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Les boissons

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French English
De l'alcool (masculine) Some alcohol
De l'eau (feminine) Some water
De l'eau gazeuse (feminine) Some sparkling water
De l'eau plate (feminine) Some still water
De la bière Some beer
De la tisane Some herbal tea
Du café Some coffee
Du champagne Some champagne
Du coca Some coke
Du jus Some juice
Du lait Some milk
Du sirop Some syrup
Du thé Some tea
Du vin Some wine
Un chocolat chaud A hot chocolate
Un cocktail A cocktail
Un digestif An after-dinner liqueur
Un soda A fizzy drink/a soda
Une boisson chaude A hot drink
Une boisson froide A cold drink


Instead of “eau gazeuse,” you can use “eau pétillante.” In informal speech, “une tisane” is also called “un pisse mémère.” 

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