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un  air, air, look ; avoir l’air de, to look like ; un air de musique, tune.
une 
aise, ease, pleasure ; d’aise, with pleasure, gladly ; être à son aise, to be well off.
ajouter, to add.
ajuster, to adjust, sight.
un  alignement, lines.
aligner, to arrange in line.
une  allée, alley, walk ; des allées et venues, goings and comings.
aller, to go, be about to ; s’en aller, to go away.
allons ! come !
allumer, to light.
une  allumette, match.
alors, then.
une  alouette, skylark.
un  amandier, almond tree.
un  amant, lover.
une  âme, soul, heart, spirit ; rendre l’âme, to give up the ghost.
aménager, to manage, arrange.
amener, to bring.
l’ Amérique, f. America.
une  amertume, bitterness.
un  ami, friend.
une  amitié, friendship.
amusant, amusing.
s’ amuser, to amuse oneself, take pleasure.
un  an, year.
ancien, old, former.
un  âne, ass, donkey.
une  année, year.
annoncer, to announce.
annuel, yearly.
antérieur, prior, anterior.
apercevoir, to perceive, notice ; s’apercevoir de, to be aware of, perceive.
une  apostrophe, address.
apparaître, to appear.
apparemment, apparently.
une  apparition, appearance (coming into sight).
appartenir, to belong.
un  appât, bail.
appeler, to call, summon ; s’appeler, to be called.
appétissant, inviting, tempting.
apporter, to bring.
apprendre, to learn, teach, bring up.
approcher, to bring near ; s’approcher de, to draw near, approach.
après, after ; d’après, after, according to.
un  après-midi, afternoon.
un  arbre, tree.
une  architecture, piece of architecture.
l’ argent, m. silver, money.
arracher, to tear away, wrest.
arranger, to arrange, plan out ; s’arranger, to settle oneself.
arrêter, to stop, arrest ; s’arrêter, to halt, pause.
arrière, m. rear ; arrière ! back !
l’ arrière-train, m. hindquarters.
arriver, to arrive, come ; to happen.
arroser, to bedew, water.
un  assassinat, murder.
asseoir, to sit, set ; s’asseoir, to sit down.
assez, enough, quite, rather.
assiéger, to besiege, beset.
assis, seated.
les  assises (f. pl.) = la cour d’assises, assizes.
assommer, to beat unmercifully.
assurément, assuredly.
assurer, to assure, assert ; s’assurer de, to ascertain, make sure of.