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1 Cest à toi! 2 Unité 1 – Les fêtes Leçon 1 Texte p32 #1-11

2 Les fêtes dans le monde francophone 1.To whom do French-speaking adults offer New Years Gifts? They offer New Years gifts to children and to people who have performed services for them during the year. 2.Do French people send holiday greeting cards before Christmas? No, they send holiday greeting cards in January.

3 Les fêtes dans le monde francophone 3. What determines who becomes the king or queen of the January 6 celebration? Whoever finds the object baked inside la galette becomes king or queen of the January 6 celebration. 4. Where do French speakers observe le Carnaval? French speakers observe le Carnaval in Quebec City, New Orléans, Haïti and Martinique.

4 Les fêtes dans le monde francophone 5. There is no Easter Bunny in France. According to tradition, where do Easter treats come from? Easter treats are brought back from Rome by the church bells. 6. What do French students put on their friends backs on April 1? French students put paper fish on their friends backs on April 1.

5 Les fêtes dans le monde francophone 7. What sports competition is one of the highlights of the July celebration on the island of Tahiti? A canoe race is one of the highlights of the July celebration on the island of Tahiti. 8. What do the French observe on November 11? November 11 marks the end of World War I.

6 Les fêtes dans le monde francophone 9. What is a traditional Christmas Eve meal in France? A traditional Christmas Eve meal in France consists of goose or turkey stuffed with chestnuts and une bûche de Noël for dessert. 10. What do French children hope that le père Noël will fill? French children hope that le père Noël will fill their shoes.

7 Les fêtes dans le monde francophone 11.During the Christmas season, what do the white lights on trees, streets and stores symbolize? During the Christmas season, the white lights on trees, streets and stores symbolize the winter solstice and the start of longer days.


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