The word in French for ticket is le billet

The word in French for ticket is

le billet

which incorporates the word BILL but sounds a bit like BEE, YAY.

So to remember this imagine BILL Gates with a train ticket and a BILL...

french-for-ticket-is-le billet

The word in French for ticket is le billet. For a masculine word a male main character is used, and for a feminine word, a female. Famous people are often used, making recall easier. In this case, BILL Gates. Remembering words with Memory Triggers© like this makes learning, remembering and recalling words so much easier. ©exceltra 


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How do you remember that the GENDER of the French word for ticket, le billet, is masculine?

Notice the main character of the MEMORY TRIGGER© picture is a male? In this case, BILL Gates.

With all our lessons we teach you to remember the gender with the word, because this is very important in French language. In French all nouns are either masculine or feminine. And it is not always easy to remember which. Hence we add a GENDER TRIGGER.

  • Masculine nouns feature a male main character, (in this case Bill Gates) and the voice recordings on these courses on their CD's is read by a male native French speaker. (Masculine nouns start with le, which means 'the'.
  • Feminine nouns feature a female main character and the voice recordings on these courses on their CD's is read by a female native French speaker. Feminine nouns start with la, which also means 'the'.
When trying to remember whether a word is masculine or feminine, the answer lies in the picture. To learn more about learning and remembering the gender of French nouns check out this link.

Remember scientists tell us that the brain never forgets a picture. And when you have learned the picture, it is there to 'pop' up into your head, when you need it! Most of our thousands of users experience this!

Using Famous People or Celebrities to make the Memory Trigger more Memorable

Wherever possible, and where appropriate we use famous people (in this case BILL Gates) in the Memory Trigger to assist recall because they are easier to remember.

Of course, you may find that a particular person you know, a friend or family member, may better remind you of a Memory Trigger. Use that person! This will be more effective still! And you can record this in your own set of NOTES, which is stored in your own private database of your own NOTES, written as and when you want...

...and stored for your personal future reference. (If you ever want to refer to these notes of your own, you just click a button, to choose a lesson on it, or a test on them! i.e. custom-built to your own requirements).

Where the French word is similar to the English word...

...we incorporate into the picture the French colours, that is the colours of the French flag le tricolor - red, white and blue. This helps remind you that the words are similar in both languages.

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To remember the ticket in French is le billet. Famous people are often used, as we have done here with BILL Gates, making recall easier. You can remember the word, because of its similarity to the French, and you will remember the gender with BILL Gates, learn using Memory Triggers and the superlearning techniques of the 200 Words a Day! system.

Check out some RELATED FRENCH WORDS based on le billet - the FRENCH WORD for ticket

Once you know one word, this makes it easier to learn others... they build together like building blocks! The more French vocabulary that you learn, the more words and compound words you will recognize.

So if you ever want to learn how to say ticket in French, by learning it in this manner, the recall of it becomes so much easier.
Take a look at some of these words that are related to the word le billet - (the FRENCH WORD for ticket) we have just learned. It also means banknote.

le billet de banque - banknote
le faux billet - is how to say forged banknote in French.
le billet doux - is a way of saying 'love letter' in French.
le billet aller-retour - is how they say return ticket in French.
le billet simple - is how you say one way ticket in French language. In fact often the word le billet is dropped and they just say l'aller-simple or l'aller-retour.

Each word you learn acts as a building block, like Lego, for other phrases and compound words. Pretty cool aye!?

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