French Gestures By: Lindsy Maxwell
“On a sommeil” Used to say someone is tired Used to say someone is asleep and shouldn’t be woken up
“J’ai du nez” Indicates you are clever Indicates that you realize the truth faster than other people
“Alorslà” / “Bof” I don’t know It’s not my fault I doubt it can be done I don’t really agree
“Mon OEIL!” Express disbelief
« Il a un poil dans la main » Used to say someone is lazy
“QuelleBarbe!” Used to say someone is irritating Used to say someone is boring
“bisque!” Used to brag about something Used to make someone mad
“Pied de nez!” Used to make fun of someone behind their back
“Barrons-nous!” Let’s get the heck out of here!
“Vate faire foutre!” Up yours!
“Je le jure!” Used to promise or swear something
“Rien!” Used to indicate that something is “nothing” or worthless
“QueDalle!” Used to say “absolutely nothing!” in response to a question