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Wikimini:Enfants et ados

Wikimini:Enfants et ados
Présentation des lieux Le bureau des enfants est une pièce spécialement aménagée pour les enfants et adolescents qui, comme toi, souhaitent participer à la construction de l'encyclopédie Wikimini! Tout le monde peut participer. Alors, n'hésite pas! Aujourd'hui, 26 avril 2017 L'image du jour La nageuse suédoise Jennie Johansson, championne du monde 2015 de brasse. | Crédits Les articles du moment Voici quelques articles en lien avec l'actualité… à lire, à améliorer, ou à créer d'urgence s'ils n'existent pas encore ! Pensées positives Attitudes positives Le proverbe du jour expliqué Il ne faut jamais jeter le manche après la cognée Explication : Il ne faut jamais se décourager. Ta page personnelle Related:  General French

French War and Military Vocabulary Unfortunately, to follow the news in French, this bilingual French English war and military vocabulary may come in handy. War = La Guerre (not la gare) La guerre – war. Watch out for the pronunciation since I hear many students mistake “la gare” (A sound = the train station) with “la guerre” (ay sound). Peace = La Paix This weird French word ends in a silent X, and is pronounced like “pay”. We talk about “des pourparlers de paix”, “des négociations de paix” = peace talks. French War Vocabulary Une arme = a weapon Different French Armies L’armée – the army (general term)L’armée de terre – the army (the ground division)L’armée de l’air – the Air ForceLa Marine Nationale – the Navy (not the Marines, which would be translated as… I’m not sure: “les forces spéciales” maybe… Note as well that “la marine marchande” is the ensemble of commercial ships. How do You Say World War I and World War II in French? We have several ways to talk about WWI and WWII in French. The War Against Terror in French

Vikidia DELF/DALF Archives - Talk in French Connect with Talk in French Mes intérêts Blog French Sports Vocabulary: 200 Football Terms and Expressions Sports is easily among the topics that people love to discuss, argue, butt heads, or bond over immediately like brothers-in-arms. Whether or not you’re in a pub in a French-speaking city, in the dining table discussing with French-speaking friends, or watching a World Cup game in your couch, French words for sports can surely come […] Continue reading Vote for Talk in French Voting is very simple. Vote Now French Sports Vocabulary: General Terms Are you into sports? 40 Common French Acronyms and Abbreviations Learning and mastering a new language requires that you read a lot. 25 Tasty French Expressions Every language has its own share of unique idioms and expressions, and learning these would give us insights into the thoughts and culture of its native speakers. Newsletter Q&A: 3 Tips for French Teachers Bonjour tout le monde. 10 useful French proverbs for all situations Life is one hell of a roller coaster ride. Salut, ça va?

7 Tips for Learning French Grammar I Wish I'd Known Earlier Struggling to learn French grammar? Or just looking for tips to accelerate your French learning? You’ve come to the right place. Previously, we’ve covered useful French idioms and everyday French phrases. Today we present seven tips I wish I’d heard when I first started learning French grammar. He or She? When you name a table, a chair or a house in English, you don’t need to worry about its gender; however in French, every noun has a gender, and you need to know it. This is one of the tricky parts of French grammar, because the idea doesn’t really exist in English. The difficulty is that many of the words in a sentence must agree. But to say “a good-looking man,” we would say un bel homme. So, when learning French vocab, it’s super important that you learn not just the word, but its gender! There are many tricks for learning the gender, so try a few to find out what works best for you. · a vowel then a consonant then “e,” like: -ine, -ise, -alle, -elle, -esse, -ette, -euse, -ance and -ence;

eTools for Language Teachers: Videos Click here for a document explaining how to create your own YouTube channel.Click here for a document explaining how to download YouTube videos. 1. My YouTube videos 3. Many high-quality Disney clips in French (YouTube channels with tons of vocabulary videos.) (National Film board animations to watch on-line. (great videoclips about French culture, etc.) Video clips of songs from musical cartoons. 10. (Amazing website with tons of different videos and activities.) (CBC's French videos) 13. Cute TV show with one-eyed characters. Lots of animated shows to watch. 19. 20. 22. 24. 25. 26. 27. 29. 31. 33. 34. 35. 37. 40. 43. 44. 45. 47. 49. 50. 51. 53. 34. 35. 37. Some great videos here to promote French culture. 41. 43. Lots of wordless animated videos. Great IT videos This is Google's YouTube channel with very informative (and funny) videos. YouTube channel for how to use Tech in the class. 3. 4.

eTools for Language Teachers Formules de politesse : 50 exemples et usages corrects Formules de politesse cordiales et amicales Exemples de formules de salutations pour des lettres au ton cordial, telles que des lettres de remerciements, des emails pour des connaissances, des communications personnelles et tout courrier au style détendu : Veuillez agréer, Madame, Monsieur, l'assurance de mes sentiments respectueux Avec mes remerciements, je vous prie de trouver ici, Madame, Mademoiselle, l'expression de mes sentiments distingués Recevez, Madame, Monsieur, mes salutations distinguées Croyez, Madame, Monsieur, à mes sentiments les meilleurs Veuillez trouver ici l'assurance de mon amitié Bien à vous / Votre dévoué / Cordialement / Toutes mes amitiés Formules de politesse standards pour courrier administratif Modèles types de formules de politesse "par défaut" pour tout courrier classique et respectueux comme des lettres de résiliation, de réclamation ou des correspondances administratives : Je vous prie d'agréer, Madame, Monsieur, mes salutations distinguées Have a lovely day

Wikipédia pour les petits, eh bien c'est Wiki Mini! Spécialement conçu pour les jeunes du primaire et du secondaire, ce site fonctionne sous le même principe que Wikipédia, on y fait donc un partage d'information, mais les sujets sont plus adapatés à eux. De plus, parents et professeurs peuvent s'assurer que les sujets traités seront tous de leur âge. On ne s'inquiète donc plus ! by sophielapierre Nov 29