le dépôt de discomfort
a location that sells bread 2
- French butchers don’t sell pork, pork products, nor horsemeat. Of these products, visit a charcuterie. However, lots of boucheries will also be charcuteries, and therefore are known as boucherie-charcuterie
- In France, bakeries only sell fresh bread e.g. the bread is baked on-site. Places where they offer bread that isn’t fresh are known as dépôt de discomfort.
- ‘Charcuteries’ sell things besides pork products, including pâté, salami, cold meats, salads, quiches and pizzas.
- An alternative choice to an ‘épicerie’ is definitely an alimentation générale (an over-all foodstore).
Grammar · -yer verbs 
-yer verbs are irregular -er verbs. When y belongs to the final syllable, it changes to i to keep the ay seem. In our suggestive of -yer verbs, this affects all forms except nous and vous. Some -yer verbs, for example payer, may optionally support the y.
In our indicative, payerto pay for is conjugated the following:
|je paye (ou peut-rrtre un paie) /pɛj/||I pay|
|tu payes (ou peut-rrtre un paies) /pɛj/||you have to pay|
|il paye (ou peut-rrtre un paie) /pɛj/||he pays|
|nous payons /pe.jɔ̃/||we pay|
|vous payez /pe.je/||you have to pay|
|ils payent (ou peut-rrtre un paient) /pɛj/||they pay|
Extra vocabulary · Other -yer verbs