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TEB 2 - Unité 1A

les fêtes

françaisanglais
l' ambiance (f.) atmosphere
au fait by the way
un(e) autochtone native
avoir lieu to take place
bien sûr of course
un détail detail
en plus in addition to
faire une nuit blanche to stay up all night
la fête holiday
la fête nationale national holiday (au Canada - le 1er juillet, aux E.U. - le 4 juillet, en France - le 14 juillet)
fêter to celebrate
un feu d'artifice fireworks
le feu de joie bonfire
gratuit(e) free
un groupe group
imaginer to imagine
une plaine plain
un point de vue viewpoint
selon according to
un skype skype call
skyper to skype
tard late
tôt early
vers around
les jours fériés holidays
religieux, religieuse religious
le Jour de l'an New Year's Day (le 1er janvier)
la Saint-Valentin Valentine's Day (le 14 février)
la Saint-Jean Quebec's national holiday (le 24 juin)
l'Action de Grâce (f.) Thanksgiving (au Canada - le 2e lundi d'octobre, aux E.U. - le 4e jeudi de novembre)
la Toussaint All Saint's Day (le 1er novembre)
Noël Christmas (le 25 décembre)
l'Épiphanie (f.) Epiphany (le 6 janvier)
l'indépendance (f.) day many former colonies celebrate their independence (varies by location)
Mardi gras Mardi Gras/Fat Tuesday (jour avant le merrcredi des Cendres - février ou mars)
Pâques Easter (mars ou avril)
Created by: pjohnson-fox