Learn French vocabulary with the French version of the famous pop song HAVANA (French Song Vocabulary, FSV #10, Camila Cabello with the Sara’h Cover). The French version of the song is as catchty and melodious as its English version. For the French version, we use the Sara’h Cover song which has a good combination of French words & phrases for the French beginner/novice trying to expand their vocabulary.
Watch the music video and see if you can fill in the Video Word Blanks below.
Video Word Blanks
Havana (oh na na)
Une (1)_____ de mon (2)_____ est à Havana (oh na na)
Il me (3)_____ à l'(4)_____ d’Atlanta (na na na)
Tout mon (2*)_____ est à la Havana
Il a ce je ne (5)_____ (6)_____ (Havana oh na na)
For all the lyrics & cheat sheet, download the FREE CHEAT SHEET SET (includes word lists, word definitions and review word puzzles).
B) Word List
Learn some of the words from the song with the Word Map & Word Table below.
A WORD TABLE is a table where each word is listed with its dictionary-look-up word (the form of the word that it is listed under in the dictionary), definition, grammatical parts of speech and other notes about the word.
Notes: 1) Scroll horizontally, if all table columns are not visible. 2) LINK* This column shows the DICTIONARY-LOOK-UP word & a link to an online dictionary entry. 3) (* ) This is the translation of the conjugated verb.
Notes: 1) (* ) This is the translation of the conjugated verb.
2) Pink word boxes show the lyric vocabulary words.
3) Blue word boxes show Bonus words.
4) Dotted outline word boxes attached to other word boxes (verbs, nouns, adjectives) who the different forms of the words they are attached to
5) Bold font show dictionary-look-up words (The form of the word that it is listed under in the dictionary.)
6) Italics show feminine words.
Q) TRIVIA TRUE or FALSE? Nobel Prize Winner Ernest Hemingway spent much of his time in both Paris & Havana. Yet he spent more time in Havana which is why it became an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982.