Voici un cours sur le Nouvel An.
Que font les Français au nouvel an ? Quelles sont les expressions et mots français pour la nouvelle année ? Passe-t-on le nouvel an en famille ou avec des amis en France ? Quels sont les plats que l’on mange au nouvel an en France ?
Voici des questions qui sont répondues dans tous les exercices que vous avez dans ce cours sur le nouvel an.
Cliquez vite sur le bouton et commencez à apprendre le français et sa culture tout de suite.
Here is a course on the New Year.
What do the French do at the New Year? What are the French expressions and French words when talking about the new year? Do you spend the New Year with family or friends in France? What dishes and meals do you eat at New Year in France?
Here are some questions that are answered in all the exercises you will find in this course on the New Year in France and in French.
Click on the button and start learning French and its culture right away.
New Year – French Vocabulary and Quiz
How do you say to celebrate the new year, a costume, firecracker, bubbly ? Listen to Anne and do the quiz as many times as you want.
Le nouvel an en France – Culture Insight and Quiz
How do the French celebrate the New Year? With whom? What do they eat? Do they kiss under the mistletoe? Do they write cards?
Réveillon au Champ – French dictation
neuf, nouveau, vieux, ancien
Table du Réveillon – Quiz
Who benefits from New Year’s Resolutions – Shuffle Exercise
Pour qui les bonnes résolutions? Everyone has new year’s resolutions in January. Learn about who’s to gain what from that and do this quiz with Anne.
Les Bonnes résolutions – Step Dictation
Bonnes résolutions – In January, we make new year’s resolutions to lead a better life. Do this step dictation to learn French with Anne.
Vin chaud – French Recipe
Vin chaud – Mulled wine is a recipe that comes to us from Alsace. Check out Anne’s favorite recipe at FrenchHour. Learn French in the process.
Galette des Rois – January 6 King Cake
La galette des rois is traditionally served on January 6th, on the twelfth day of Christmas, or on the first Sunday of January. Now, you find them in pâtisseries throughout the whole twelve days, or even throughout January.
King’s Cake Traditions – Shuffle
On January 6 – the whole month of January, thruthfully – the French eat King’s cake, la galette des rois. You can see galettes des rois in every bakery, and you can eat it at all the parties organized in January. Kids and adults alike love to collect the lucky charms. Listen to this video to see what it’s about. The text is also available in slow French at the end of this page.