French Learning Video Blog, Feb 6th, on winter break and skiing

French Learning Video Blog, Feb 6th, on winter break and skiing

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Added by February 6, 2015

LEARN ABOUT FRENCH WINTER BREAK AND SKIING

BONJOUR, BONJOUR!

C’EST VENDREDI, C’EST LE WEEK-END QUI COMMENCE! MAIS C’EST AUSSI LE DÉBUT DES VACANCES POUR DES TAS DE JEUNES EN FRANCE!

France is actually divided into different school zones. If you’re in zone A, your winter break is starting today, if you’re in zone C, it will start in a couple of weeks.

QUE LES VACANCES D’HIVER COMMENCENT!

So what do we do in France for winter break. Well, a lot of families go to the mountains to ski.

ON PART SKIER! So why don’t we have a look at various words and expressions related to that activity. Be attentive, I’ll test you at the end of the video! So…

SKIER /FAIRE DU SKI= to ski

DES SKIS = skis

DU SKI DE FOND = cross country skiing

DU SKI DE PISTE = mountain skiing

UNE PISTE = a pist

LA NEIGE = snow

LA MONTAGNE = the mountain

UN REMONTE-PENTE = a ski-lift

SE PRENDRE UNE GAMELLE / SE VIANDER (slang)= TOMBER / to fall

VOICI UN PETIT TEST MAINTENANT!

Comment dit-on, “When there is snow in the mountains, I ski” en français?

On peut faire du ski de fond ou bien du ski de …..?

Pour aller en haut des pistes, on utilise un….?

VOICI LES RÉPONSES:

– “When there is snow in the mountains, I ski” will be QUAND IL Y A DE LA NEIGE DANS LES MONTAGNES, JE SKIE/JE FAIS DU SKI.

  • ON PEUT FAIRE DU SKI DE FOND OU DU SKI DE PISTE!
  • POUR ALLER EN HAUT DES PISTES, ON UTILISE UN REMONTE-PENTE!

SUR CE, BON WEEK-END À TOUS ET À LUNDI!

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