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Quelle est l’histoire du drapeau français ?

Quelle est l’histoire du drapeau français ?

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Oral Beaucoup d'apprenants peinent à se préparer à l'épreuve orale du DELF B2. Il est important de savoir comment présenter un exposé sur un article de type argumentatif, présentant la thèse d'un auteur, de débattre ensuite, sans avoir le jargon adéquat. Souvent les apprenants manquent de répondant ou de " liant"... Une petite fiche permet de leur donner ainsi toutes les billes pour réussir au mieux leur production orale au DELF B2 : Cliquez ici pour la télécharger Comment Organiser un exposé: Xmas in France: Christmas Eve or Christmas Day? The Christmas meal in France is called "le réveillon de Noël" and usually takes place on December 24th. But, things change and now, many French families have their traditional Christmas meal on December 25th. Here is why.

Visite virtuelle du Sénat français  Allez au contenu, Allez à la navigation Sénat - Visite virtuelle du Sénat français Repas de Noël en France - French listening comprehension Listening comprehension: See the links at the bottom for lessons related to the phrases in italics. Listening comprehension Pronunciation j’adore – affective accent Expressions Symboles et emblèmes de la France - Les secrets du 14 Juillet Saviez-vous que la fête nationale du 14 Juillet ne date que de 1880 ? Dix ans après la défaite face à la Prusse, l’objectif était de redonner de la superbe à l’armée française.

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Bruxelles - French listening comprehension Listening comprehension: See the links at the bottom for lessons related to the phrases in italics. Listening comprehension Vocabulary Grammar nichée, considérée – past participlevers, de – prepositionssa bière, ses frites et son chocolat – possessive adjectiveselle a regagné – passé composéelle-même – stressed pronounles espaces sont rares et chers – adjective agreementn’hésitez pas, ne partez pas – negative imperativevous asseoir – reflexive verbs

Visites virtuelles 360 de la France Bienvenue à Montargis, dans le Loiret, pour cette visite virtuelle 360° du jour. Nous apercevons ici le quartier de la Pêcherie, qui doit son nom aux bateaux viviers qui s'y trouvaient il y a de cela quelques siècles, et qui acheminaient le poisson vers Paris.L'un des nombreux canaux, qui valent à Montargis l'appellation de "Venise du Gâtinais", longe le mur du Moulin de la Pêcherie qui fonctionna jusqu'au milieu du XXe siècle, pour passer sous un charmant pont de pierre (il y a plus d'une centaine de ponts et passerelles à Montargis). Evidemment, si vous souhaitez satisfaire vos papilles avec les délicieuses praslines Mazet, il faudra vous rendre sur place... La Bataille de Fleurs du Carnaval de Nice - Bilingual Story Practice your French with this easy learn French in context bilingual story which will take you to the Nice Carnival, during the battles of flowers! Le premier mars (2015) , nous sommes allées mon étudiante Jessica et moi-même à la Bataille de Fleurs qui se passe durant le Carnaval de Nice . La fête se déroule sur la fameuse « Promenade des Anglais » et par chance nous avons eu un temps splendide , cela sentait bon le printemps grâce aussi aux fleurs fraîchement coupées des compositions florales . On March 1st, my student Jessica and I went to the Battle of Flowers, which happens during the Carnival of Nice. The festival takes place on the famous Promenade of the English and luckily we had splendid weather. It smelled like spring also, thanks to the freshly cut flowers of the floral arrangements.

How to do Montmartre in 24 hours 12.30pm: Exquisitely prepared seafood and pasta Amble down the Rue Ravignan. On your left, you’ll pass larger-than-life antique shop Zut!, as well as the building where the poet Max Jacob lived, which is now occupied by an estate agents. Then pass onto the Rue des Abbesses, and continue right until you reach the Rue Audran, where you should check in at Al Caratello, a lovely Italian restaurant where we recommend you try the Calamaretti Saltati in padella. Or any of the hearty pasta plates. Top 10 Most Famous Monuments of Paris Paris, the City of Light is the world’s most visited capital. The city is proud of its many monuments from the iconic Eiffel Tower to the lofty Notre-Dame cathedral and the majestic Arc de Triomphe. No doubt this is Europe’s most enchanting capital! Here is our list for the top 10 most famous monuments of Paris. What are the most famous monuments of Paris? We often take for granted that all our readers should be familiar with Paris’ iconic monuments.

20 unmissable things to do in Paris in autumn 2016 A lively arts fest grants free access to 24 historic institutions in the Marais Large-scale community art project ‘Les Traversées du Marais’, from September 9-11, aims to celebrate of Paris’s most historic neighbourhoods through the prism of its vast, wide-ranging cultural heritage. After all, the Marais is home to all manner of museums, refitted public and private town houses and hidden gardens, as well as innumerable leading-edge art galleries. But though all this stuff exists all year round, from the outside, these imposing old monuments can appear quite intimidating to the even the most seasoned of Parisian travellers (not to mention the often offputtingly high entry fees).

The 10 Best Photo Locations in Paris Paris is hands down the most photogenic city in the world so it’s impossible not to be snap-happy all the time. Every street is worth getting your camera out for which makes it difficult to prioritise what to take a photo of. We’ve made your job a lot easier by listing the most iconic photo opportunities in Paris. These are the best photo locations in Paris that will make jaw drops and induce envy into all fellow Paris lovers.

25 romantic things to do in Paris Every couple will make a trip to the City of Love at some point. And yet, Paris is so jam-packed full of ‘special’ things to do with your loved one, that it can actually be pretty tricky deciding what to do on this romantic rite of passage. So if you’re keen to avoid the clichéd tourist traps, we’ve hand-picked a range of less obvious, more under-the-radar date-y things to do across the city below. From a gentle stroll through the Parc des Buttes Chaumont or along the Promenade Plantée to channelling your inner Romantic at the Musée de la Vie Romantique, or simply cocktails à deux at cosy bar Les Etages, there’s something which will impress on any date, however long you’ve been together.

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