Look at France !
France has much in common with the United Kingdom. See for yourself and read carefully as there is a fun quiz at the end! Two very close neighbours:
Calais and Dover are just 35 kilometres (...)
[!sommaire] Say it in French!
France = France (that’s easy!)
United Kingdom = le Royaume Uni
population = population (easy again!)
inhabitants = habitants
Two countries with many similarities!
© Communautés (...)
[!sommaire] " Dieu et mon Droit. "
The British motto means "God and my right" in French.
French was commonly used by British rulers when Henry V chose it.
Two countries, two cultures.
You know what the Union (...)
[!sommaire] A common future.
Together, France and the United Kingdom built the Channel Tunnel and Concorde, the first supersonic passenger jet. The Airbus is another great example of their cooperation.
France has hundreds of historical monuments.
Do you recognize any?
XIX ème siècle à Paris : Tour Eiffel - construite par Gustave Eiffel sur les bords de la Seine pour l’exposition universelle de 1889 © MAE - F. de la (...)
France’s climate and landscapes are very varied! There are mountains, beaches, plains, rivers... everything you can imagine! Take a look!
Station de ski d’Avoriaz - Haute Savoie (Région (...)
Now, see how much you can remember about France and the United Kingdom:
How many colours are there in the French flag?
Can you name two of the main French cities?
What kind of food is associated with France?
A day in the life of Christope and Céline
Christophe and Céline’s day generally begins around 7 or 7.30 a.m. Their breakfast typically consists of a bowl of hot milk or hot chocolate with bread and jam, or cereal. (...)
[!sommaire] Some important dates for French kids
le jour de l’an (New Year’s Day)
mardi gras (Pancake Day/Shrove Tuesday)
le jour de Pâques (Easter Day)
le 1 er avril (April Fools’ Day)
In France on 1 April, (...)