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être fâché contre – Mot du jour at French Hour

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to be angry with – French expression

What does ” être fâché contre ” mean? How do you say ‘ to be angry with ’ in French? How is it pronounced? How is it used in a French sentence? Listen to Anne, a French native say it at FrenchHour.com.

être fâché contre, être fâchée contre – to be angry against – In everyday French, être fâché uses the preposition CONTRE and it means ‘to be angry with’. Knowing the preposition that goes with a verb is very important.

  • « Les Gilets Jaunes sont super fâchés contre le gouvernement. Ils manifestent tous les jours depuis un mois. »
    • “Yellow Vests are very angry with the government. They have been demonstrating every day for a month. “
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During Hanukkah, we eat donuts. I’m offering you today to learn French with this kosher recipe.

À Hanoukah, on mange des beignets. Je vous propose aujourd’hui d’apprendre du français avec cette recette cashère.

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Tell me what you hear – Spot the sentence in the quiz and check CORRECT or INCORRECT. Get immediate feedback.

You will have to listen to this passage many times, and that’s what you want to improve your French. This exercise is good at all levels.

Dites-moi ce que vous entendez – Trouves la phrase dans l’interro et coches CORRECT ou INCORRECT. Voyez vos résultats immédiatement.

Vous devrez écouter ce passage plusieurs fois, et c’est bon pour votre français. Cet exercice est bon à tous les niveaux.

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Mini À l'écoute - Beignet de Hanoukah - This Quiz is interactive at FrenchHour

Spot the sentence and tick the exact sentences you hear in the passage. Correct the ones that are wrong. - Repérez la phrase et cochez les phrases exactes que vous entendez dans le passage. Corrigez celles qui sont fausses. --->
  • So we need: 1 kg of flour, 2 tablespoons of sugar, 1 teaspoon of salt, 2 tablespoons of brewer’s yeast, 2 eggs, ¾ liter of tepid water; that is to say, if you have a measuring cup, 750 ml.
  • So, we’re going to start with the eggs.
  • There can always be a bit of blood.
  • The 2 scant tablespoons of sugar.

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The Holiday season is here. At one time, the season was mainly oriented toward religious celebrations.

To my knowledge, there are three main religions in France: Christian, Jewish and Muslim.

This time of year gives us the opportunity to look at French religious terms.

That’s why I’m offering you, today, a little vocabulary quiz on the three religions.

And if you have time, take a look at this material on Christmas and Hanukkah as well.

There is always a way to learn French at all levels at French Hour.

So good luck on your quiz, and find out why the French say M_RDE instead of ‘Bonne Chance’!

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Decide whether the word fits better the Christian, Jewish or Muslim religion. -- Dites si le mot correspond le plus à la religion chrétienne, juive ou musulmane.

 

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Saint Nick In French

Fighting for Saint Nick – 2 départements, Alsace and Lorraine are fighting to know who ‘owns’ Saint Nick.

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This is the beginning of an article from Le Monde. Saint Nick, who brings candy to children in Eastern France on December 6 seems to be a money making event as well as the popular holiday we know.

Lisez et écoutez en même temps – Read and listen at the same time. If you are more advanced, you’ll improve your French by translating the text and checking with my translation.

Texte

POINT D’ÉPICE – L’Alsace et la Lorraine se disputent Saint Nicolas.

La querelle va-t-elle gâcher la fête, s’interroge Le Parisien ? L’an dernier, la Lorraine a déposé le nom de Saint Nicolas, patron des écoliers…

Translation

‘GINGERBREAK’ – Alsace and Lorraine are competing for Saint Nick.
Will the quarrel spoil the holiday, Le Parisien newspaper asks? Last year, Lorraine filed the name of Saint Nicolas, patron saint of schoolchildren.

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Childhood – Vocabulary

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  1. baby …. m …. bébé
  2. baby bottle …. m …. biberon
  3. child …. m …. enfant
  4. crib …. m …. berceau, lit de bébé
  5. day care …. f …. crèche
  6. diaper, nappy …. f …. couche
  7. maternity, paternity leave …. m …. congé de maternité, de paternité
  8. newborn …. m …. nourrisson
  9. nursery school …. f …. maternelle
  10. pacifier …. f …. tétine
  11. playground …. f …. aire de jeux
  12. rearing …. f …. éducation
  13. snack …. m …. goûter
  14. stroller …. f ….  poussette
  15. swaddling cloth …. m …. lange
  16. teenager …. m/f …. ado, adolescent/e
  17. to be born …. ø …. naître, être né/e
  18. to breast-feed …. ø …. allaiter
  19. to crawl …. ø …. marcher à quatre pattes
  20. toddler …. m …. petit, tout-petit, enfant en bas âge

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What does ” le ravi de la crèche ” mean? How do you say ‘ the idiot ’ in French? How is it pronounced? How is it used in a French sentence? Listen to Anne, a French native say it at FrenchHour.com.

le ravi de la crèche – the thrilled one of the nativity scene – ravi means ‘thrilled’ in French and it’s an adjective. In Provence French though, ravi, almost always in the masculine form is a noun and was used to talk about this santon character that was naively marveled in the nativity scene. In everyday French, le ravi de la crèche is an old expression that means the idiot, the village idiot.

  • « On dirait que tu es le ravi de la crèche quand tu dis ça. »
    • “You sound like an idiot when you say that. “
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