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ReviewReview: All about ME & ColorsColors FRANCE
La nourriture is food. Food is very important in France as it forms part of the French lifestyle. Le petit déjeuner (breakfast) is usually small and children often drink hot chocolate in bowls with French bread or pastries. In some places in France, lunch - le déjeuner - lasts for the traditional two hours, but most schools and offices now have one hour lunches. Le dîner (dinner) is often eaten from 7.30pm - and its common to have a cheese course as well as dessert, especially when friends or family visit.
La nourriture is food. What might you eat? la nourriture - food Je voudrais à manger! - I want to eat! Je mange... - I eat... Uh oh! Ton frère a faim - your brother's hungry! And now he mentions it, so are you! J'ai faim! - I'm hungry! Ton frère a faim. - Your brother's hungry.
Delicious, eh? In French you could say: Miam miam! - Yum! If you don't like the taste though, you might say: Berk! - Yuck! Rather than saying 'yum' or 'yuck', you might want to say you like or don't like a certain type of food. To do that you use the phrases j'aime or je n'aime pas. J'aime... - I like... Je n'aime pas... - I don't like...
You use beaucoup (a lot) and un peu (a bit) to add more information. beaucoup - a lot un peu - a bit J'aime beaucoup les gâteaux. - I like cakes a lot. J'aime un peu les légumes. - I like vegetables a little bit. You could also say: Je préfère - I prefer Je préfère les sandwichs au fromage. - I prefer cheese sandwich
French Food and Drinks BREAD = le pain or baguette Butter = le beurre Cheese = le fromage Grapes= Les raisins Grape Juice = jus du raisin. Sparkling water = eau gazeuse