Where do you go camping? At a camping. Yes, “camping” is the French word for camp site.
A campsite in Ain, central France. Photo: Victor Engmark/Flickr
Dressing is the French word for “walk-in wardrobe”, where many people might actually do their dressing.
Fooding isn't “eating” or “instagramming your meal”. No, it's the art of cooking.
You'd be forgiven for thinking footing had something to do with football, but it's actually the word for jogging.
Where do you park your car? At the parking, of course. It's French for car park.
This is how the French say “schedule”, which makes total sense if you ask us.
Photo: Mike Blackburn/Flickr
This is how the French say “blow-dry” – potentially confusing for us foreigners visiting French hairdressers.
Photo: Artur Chalyj/Flickr
Here's another one that makes perfect sense, pressing means “dry-cleaners”.
Photo: Thomas Leuthard/Flickr
No, it's not a verb – shampooing is just the French way of saying “shampoo”. And “”après-shampooing” is conditioner.
And lastly, what do you wear to do your training? A “tracksuit” of course (or a training, as the French say).
Photo: Dennis Yang/Flickr