Regarde et Ecoute – Cyprien: ” L’école” (par Emilie J)

La description du projet par Emilie:

Cyprien est un des meilleurs Youtubeurs en France, il a plus de douze millions d’abonnés sur sa chaîne YouTube. Cette vidéo montre comment le Youtubeur Cyprien n’aimait pas l’école. Il discute des choses qu’il a trouvées ennuyeuses, des choses qu’il a aimées et des choses qu’il a faites quand il s’est ennuyé. J’ai pensé que ce serait intéressant pour la classe parce que toutes ces choses dont il parle sont très générales et nous concernent aussi, ce qui rend cette vidéo amusante.

La vidéo:

Questions de compréhension:

  1. Avec quoi l’autre cyprien a téléporté le vrai Cyprien?
  2. Citez une petite chose qu’a ennuyé Cyprien à l’école
  3. Qu’est-ce qu’il a touché quand il a mis sa main sous la table?
  4. Avec quoi s’est-il poignardé?
  5. Que font tous les étudiants pour éviter le professeur?
  6. Qu’est-ce qu’il l’a plus ennuyé?
  7. Citez une petite chose qu’il aimait à l’école
  8. Quel était son pire ennemi dans l’école?
  9. Citez une chose qu’il a fait quand il s’ennuyait 
  10. Dans l’ensemble, pensez-vous que cyprien aimait l’école et pourquoi?

Un peu de vocabulaire (car Emilie est gentille et elle veut vous aider):

  • Une télécommande – a remote
  • La mine – the lead
  • un taille crayon – pencil sharpener
  • baver – to drool
  • froisser – to crumble something
  • gommer – to erase (using and eraser)
  • L’ennui – boredom
  • poignardé – stabbed

La correction:

  1. Une télécommande 
  2. A ) La mine de son crayon qui reste au fond du taille crayon . B) Il fait baver un trait tracé en enlevant la règle. C) Froisser sa feuille en gommant 
  3. Un chewing-gum
  4. La pointe du compas
  5. Éviter tout contact visuel avec le professeur 
  6. Quand il pense le prof est pas là mais le prof est juste en retard
  7. A) le prof est absent B) regarder un film C) il y avait une manifestation 
  8. L’ennui 
  9. A) le jeu des barres pour faire des carrés B) pincer son doigt dans les anneaux des classeurs (pour voir si ça fait mal)
  10. Non parce que tout ce dont il parle c’est de la mauvaise qualité de l’école

Commentaire:

Excellent travail Emilie! Merci de nous avoir fait passer un moment sympa avec Cyprien.

 

2019/20 – Senior cycle – Semaine du 20 au 27 avril

Chers élèves,

“Bonne rentrée!” I hope you had a lovely Easter break. I would love to hear from you all and to know if any of you have attempted the Easter activities I posted on the website. I am therefore inviting you to join our weekly live class via the Zoom platform. I have sent you the details (day, time and link to the meeting) via Hangouts and it is also posted in your google classroom.

So as I mentioned to your parents in an email yesterday, the work I am assigning you is to be done for the Monday of each week. I would however advise to do your assignment following your school timetable. I have therefore organised the assignment under each day of the week where you have a French class. At the moment you have the work for today and tomorrow, the rest of the week will be added here tomorrow. If this does not suit, feel free to pick another time as long as it does not interfere with your other timetabled classes and as long as the work is finished before next Monday.

Make also sure to come on Hangouts at least once every day to get up to date info about the French lessons/assignments, to ask your questions or even to just say “Bonjour!”.

I wish you all the very best for this last straight line before the Summer holidays and “A bientôt!”

 

5th years (JP):

Lundi:

Write a little text in French about your Easter holidays (between 75 to 100 words) and upload it in the appropriate section on Google classroom (“Mes vacances de Pâques). Then check out the vocabulary of the following video: https://youtu.be/j-cA7DacVIk (feel free to take some notes). Once you think you know most of it, go ahead and attempt the following kahoot: https://kahoot.it/challenge/07751050?challenge-id=e79153eb-100d-4871-b49f-21da1a1866a1_1587333177409. Make sure to use your name when completing the Kahoot so I know who has completed the assignment.

Mardi:

Mosaique:

Listening 1.3 p105 (go on edcolearning.ie to register for free access to the Mosaique ebook)

Exercise 2.1p106/107

 

Mercredi:

Vocabulaire Bonne chance (p81/82)

Mes vacances d’Avril – discussion par deux

L’économie – discussion par deux (p76)

Vocabulaire en plus:

Être en quarantaine. = to be in quarantine

Nous avons fait de nouvelles choses comme le yoga. -> BANGS adjectives (before the nouns -> Beauty / Age / Numbers / Goodness / Size) -> when the adjective is before the noun, if you have des in front it turns into “de” -> (Nous avons mangé des bons gâteaux). -> Nous avons mangé de bons gâteaux.

Petites erreurs:

Elle relaxant dans sa jardin -> Elle se relaxe dans son jardin.

Il courir trois kilomètres chaque jour. -> Il court (courir = to run) trois kilomètres chaque jour.

Il a fait rien ->  Il n’a rien fait. 

Devoirs maison:

Preparation of 3 questions of Unit 5 (page 76/77 or Bonne chance). Please type your work using Google doc and upload it in the “Oral prep” section of google classroom.

Vocab Unit 5 : learn vocab indicated by Mr Porzadny during the online class (p81/82/83)

 

6th years (JP):

Lundi (x2):

  • Upload your past paper from the holidays (if you have done it of course, remember, Google doc only for written work)
  • Do all the reading comprehensions from 2013 (higher and ordinary level). To be finished for next Monday.
  • Once the reading comprehensions are done, correct them using the marking scheme on examinations.ie then add your final mark on your “Reading comprehensions and listening marks” spreadsheet in google classroom.

Mardi:

Watch the French news as often as you can via TV5monde.org

Choose one of the following online activity. A2 is elementary level, B1 is intermediate level and B2 is advanced level. There are four exercises per activity, explanations are at the top and the correction of each exercise is given to you once you click “Ok” at the end. This exercise is a good opportunity to widen your vocabulary by adding some words you find useful in your copy.

Niveau élémentaire – Vo, village laboratoire en Vénétie (niveau A2).

Niveau intermédiaire – Vo, village laboratoire en Vénétie (niveau B1).

Niveau avancé – Vo, village laboratoire en Vénétie (niveau B2).

 

Mercredi (online lesson via ZOom):

Les pronoms relatifs:

 

Correction du premier exercice:

Le professeur qu’ils écoutent est français. (nature: humain / fonction: objet direct)

C’est une ville qui est magnifique. (n: objet / f: sujet)

C’est un livre que j’aime beaucoup. (n: objet / f: objet direct)

Voici le document dont je vous ai parlé. (n: objet / f: objet introduit par “de”)

J’ai très peu d’amis avec qui je passe de bons moments. (n: humain / f: objet introduit par “avec”)

La géographie est la matière que je préfère par dessus tout. (n: objet / f: objet direct)

 

Devoirs maison:

Finish the first exercise of the presentation and do the last one.

Have fun with the following exercises:

https://www.connectigramme.com/exercices/ex-propnoms.html

https://www.connectigramme.com/exercices/ex-relatifs2.html

http://www.franciaoktatas.eu/pronoms-relatifs/

2019/20 – Junior Cycle – Semaine du 20 au 27 avril

Chers élèves,

“Bonne rentrée!” I hope you had a lovely Easter break. I would love to hear from you all and to know if any of you have attempted the Easter activities I posted on the website. I am therefore inviting you to join our weekly live classe via the Zoom platform. I have sent you the details (day, time and link to the meeting) via Hangouts and it is also posted in your google classroom.

So as I mentioned to your parents in an email yesterday, the work I am assigning you is to be done for the Monday of each week. I would however advise to do your assignment following your school timetable. I have therefore organised the assignment under each day of the week where you have a French class. At the moment you have the work for today and tomorrow, the rest of the week will come very soon. If this does not suit, feel free to pick another time as long as it does not interfere with your other timetabled classes and as long as the work is finished before next Monday.

Make also sure to come on Hangouts at least once every day to get up to date info about the French lessons/assignments, to ask your questions or even to just say “Bonjour!”.

I wish you all the very best for this last straight line before the Summer holidays and “A bientôt!”

 

1st years

Lundi:

Check out the vocabulary of the following video: https://youtu.be/j-cA7DacVIk. Feel free to take some notes and study the vocabulary. Once you think you know most of it, go ahead and attempt the following kahoot: https://kahoot.it/challenge/07751050?challenge-id=e79153eb-100d-4871-b49f-21da1a1866a1_1587333177409. Make sure to use your name when completing the Kahoot so I know who has completed the assignment.

Mardi:

In our current unit we have started to learn vocabulary about the house. So here is our Question 11. Copy it into your French copy.

Question 11 : Décris ta maison – Describe your house.

Réponse 11 : Ma maison est petite/ de taille moyenne/ grande. Elle est en ville / à la campagne / au bord de la mer. Il y a trois chambres, une salle de bain, une cuisine et une salle de séjour. – My house is small/ average size / big. It is situated in the city / in the countryside / by the sea side. There are three bedrooms, a bathroom, a kitchen and a sitting room.

So now it’s your turn, can you create your own answers ? Go onto google classroom in the « Questions pour l’oral » assignment. This assignment contains a file with all the Oral questions we have seen so far (Question 1 to question 11). Your job (for today and to be finished by nex week) is to fill up the « Ma réponse (first draft) » column with your own answer to each question. I will then be able to help you and give you some pointers to help you do your own correction.

Mercredi (online lesson):

Les verbes en IR avec Jeremy Kong:


Online exercises:

https://storage.canalblog.com/30/14/356863/18339330.htm

https://highered.mheducation.com/sites/0073535443/student_view0/chapitre4/grammaire_3.html

DM: Copy “-IR” verbs page 168 in class copy (with negative and interrogative form) + two orange boxes p169 + finish the online exercises

Jeudi:

Copy the vocab p143 + listening p143 + blue box p144 + listening p144

Extra:

Practice Duolingo for 10 minutes everyday or for 20 minutes every two days. Remember you can do so with the Duolingo App or from any laptop/computer.

Do the following activity (or activities). A1 level activities are for beginners,  A2 are a little harder . There are four exercises per activity, explanations are at the top and the correction of each exercise is given to you once you click “Ok” at the end. This exercise is a good opportunity to widen your vocabulary by adding some words you find useful in your copy.

Niveau débutant – Nous faisons connaisance (niveau A1)

Niveau élémentaire – Vo, village laboratoire en Vénétie (niveau A2)


2nd years:

Lundi:

Check out the vocabulary of the following video: https://youtu.be/j-cA7DacVIk. Feel free to take some notes and study the vocabulary. Once you think you know most of it, go ahead and attempt the following kahoot: https://kahoot.it/challenge/07751050?challenge-id=e79153eb-100d-4871-b49f-21da1a1866a1_1587333177409. Make sure to use your name when completing the Kahoot so I know who has completed the assignment.

Mardi:

Check the correction I have made of your Postcard (blue box p90) from before the Easter break. Some of you have not done it so please do it instead. You will however have to make sure the personal reflection work is done for next week.

Once you have gone through it I will ask you to pick 5 mistakes you have made, write the mistake, the correction and the why of the mistake or how you can improve. Your personal reflection work should be added to the « Personal reflection work on your postcard (blue box p90) » assignment on google classroom before next Monday.

Mercredi:

Copy and learn the new irregular verb « devoir » p79 + do the following exercises : red boxes p87 (listening) + blue box p88 + pink box p89

Jeudi (online lesson):

Page 94

  1. Grande, jolie, belle, favorite
  2. Cherché, pensé, puni, attendu
  3. Tu as parlé, Nous avons mangé, Il a rempli, Ils ont vendu
  4. Je dois, tu dois, il doit, nous devons, vous devez, ils doivent
  5. Me voici à Paris. Il fait beau. Hier j’ai visité Disneyland. Je vais visiter le musée.

DM: revise le future proche p43 + https://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/gr/taf1.html

take notes of “Le future simple” p42 + https://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/gr/taf2.html (make sure you do the exercises)

Extra:

Practice Duolingo for 10 minutes everyday or for 20 minutes every two days. Remember you can do so with the Duolingo App or from any laptop/computer.

Do the following activity (or activities). A1 level activities are for beginners,  A2 are a little harder . There are four exercises per activity, explanations are at the top and the correction of each exercise is given to you once you click “Ok” at the end. This exercise is a good opportunity to widen your vocabulary by adding some words you find useful in your copy.

Niveau débutant – Nous faisons connaisance (niveau A1)

Niveau élémentaire – Vo, village laboratoire en Vénétie (niveau A2)


3rd years (group 1, those doing Spanish):

Lundi:

Check out the vocabulary of the following video: https://youtu.be/j-cA7DacVIk. Feel free to take some notes and study the vocabulary. Once you think you know most of it, go ahead and attempt the following kahoot: https://kahoot.it/challenge/07751050?challenge-id=e79153eb-100d-4871-b49f-21da1a1866a1_1587333177409. Make sure to use your name when completing the Kahoot so I know who has completed the assignment.

Mardi (1/2):

Online lesson (Zoom link shared with you via hangouts and google classroom). Devoirs maison: Lesson p267 +orange box p267 + Exercices en ligne:https://www.lepointdufle.net/ressources_fle/comparatifs.htm

Mardi (2/2):

Start working on you past paper Sample D. Type in Google doc and upload in the “Papiers d’examen” section on Google classroom your answer to the following written question (“JC 2017” instead of question 18):

It is the month of September and you have just returned to school. Write a letter in French to
your penpal, Benjamin. In your letter
‐ thank him for the two weeks you spent at his house in Rouen
‐ give him some news about your family
– say something about your teachers and your school subjects
– tell him about your plans for mid‐term in October
– ask him if he has gone to the cinema recently

Use the French period on Thursday to try and finis the past paper. If you are not finished by then, finish it for Monday the 27th of April.

Jeudi:

Try and finis the past paper Sample D and the written questions. If you are not finished by then, finish it for Monday the 27th of April.

Extra:

Practice Duolingo for 10 minutes everyday or for 20 minutes every two days. Remember you can do so with the Duolingo App or from any laptop/computer.

Choose one of the following online activity. A2 is elementary level, B1 is intermediate level and B2 is advanced level. There are four exercises per activity, explanations are at the top and the correction of each exercise is given to you once you click “Ok” at the end. This exercise is a good opportunity to widen your vocabulary by adding some words you find useful in your copy.

Niveau élémentaire – Vo, village laboratoire en Vénétie (niveau A2).

Niveau intermédiaire – Vo, village laboratoire en Vénétie (niveau B1).

Niveau avancé – Vo, village laboratoire en Vénétie (niveau B2).


3rd years (group 2, those not doing Spanish):

Mardi:

Check out the vocabulary of the following video: https://youtu.be/j-cA7DacVIk. Feel free to take some notes and study the vocabulary. Once you think you know most of it, go ahead and attempt the following kahoot: https://kahoot.it/challenge/07751050?challenge-id=e79153eb-100d-4871-b49f-21da1a1866a1_1587333177409. Make sure to use your name when completing the Kahoot so I know who has completed the assignment.

Jeudi (x2):

Today you need to work on your Sample paper D. Type in Google doc and upload in the “Papiers d’examen” section on Google classroom your answer to the following written question (“JC 2017” instead of question 18):

It is the month of September and you have just returned to school. Write a letter in French to
your penpal, Benjamin. In your letter
‐ thank him for the two weeks you spent at his house in Rouen
‐ give him some news about your family
– say something about your teachers and your school subjects
– tell him about your plans for mid‐term in October
– ask him if he has gone to the cinema recently

If the sample paper is not finished today make sure to finish it for Monday.

Vendredi:

Online lesson (Zoom link shared with you via hangouts and google classroom).

Extra:

Practice Duolingo for 10 minutes everyday or for 20 minutes every two days. Remember you can do so with the Duolingo App or from any laptop/computer.

Choose one of the following online activity. A2 is elementary level, B1 is intermediate level and B2 is advanced level. There are four exercises per activity, explanations are at the top and the correction of each exercise is given to you once you click “Ok” at the end. This exercise is a good opportunity to widen your vocabulary by adding some words you find useful in your copy.

Niveau élémentaire – Vo, village laboratoire en Vénétie (niveau A2).

Niveau intermédiaire – Vo, village laboratoire en Vénétie (niveau B1).

Niveau avancé – Vo, village laboratoire en Vénétie (niveau B2).

2019/20 – Junior cycle – Bonnes vacances de Pâques

Bonjour chers élèves,

Bravo à vous tous pour le travail effectué à la maison. J’imagine que ce n’était pas très facile mais vous y êtes arrivés!

Voici donc deux semaines de vacances qui s’offrent à vous. Alors ne vous inquiétez pas, les activités suivantes sont tout à fait optionnelles. Mais pour ceux qui sont motivés, en voici, en voilà!

Bonnes vacances et reposez-vous bien.

Mr Porzadny

(Well done to you all for the workd done from hoe. I imagine it wasn’t easy but you made it! So here are two well deserved weeks of holidays for you. Do not worry, the following activities are optional. But for those who are motivated: here you go! Enjoy your holidays and have a good rest.)

Pick and choose amongst the following activities:

Comment faire un lapin de Pâques en Origami?

Quelques jeux de Pâques… mais aussi des histoires, des recettes et du bricolage.

Recette du gâteau au chocolat “Nid de Pâques”

Pourquoi mange-t-on du chocolat à Pâques?

Questions sur la vidéo:

  1. Fill in the blank: “Des oeufs, des lapin et des ______ en chocolat font rêver les gourmands”.
  2. What were people giving each other for Easter before the 19th century?
  3. What does the “egg” symbolise?
  4. During the antiquity, which civilisation celebrated the arrival of Spring by giving each others eggs?
  5. What did Christians not eat during Lent?
  6. When were chocolate eggs first created?
  7. In the end, what’s the most important thing?

Si c’est trop difficile voici la transcription pour vous aider à répondre aux questions:

Tous les ans, au moment de Pâques, des œufs, des lapins et des cloches en chocolat font rêver les gourmands ! Et quand vient le weekend, la chasse aux œufs en chocolat est officiellement ouverte ! Pourtant, avant les années 1800, on ne s’offrait pas des œufs en chocolat mais de véritables œufs de poules.

Alors d’où vient cette tradition des œufs de Pâques ?Il faut savoir que l’œuf symbolise l’origine du monde, le renouveau.

Pendant l’antiquité, les Perses s’offraient des œufs de poule au printemps, pour marquer la fin de l’hiver et la renaissance de la nature.

En Europe, la fête de Pâques commémore la résurrection du Jésus Christ et la fin du Carême. Autrefois très respecté, le Carême est une période où les chrétiens se privent volontairement de certains plaisirs dont celui de manger des œufs.  Pour fêter la fin de ces privations, ils s’offraient les œufs pondus durant cette période.

Au milieu du XIXe siècle, les chocolatiers mélangent du sucre, du beurre et du chocolat en poudre, et obtiennent une pâte qu’on peut verser dans des moules. Et c’est ainsi que naît l’œuf en chocolat et plus tard, les cloches, les lapins, la friture. Selon les régions, c’est soit les Cloches, soit le Lapin de Pâques, qui déposent les œufs un peu partout dans les jardins.

Au final, peu importe qui cache les œufs, l’important c’est de se régaler !

Réponses aux questions:
  1. Fill in the blank: “Des oeufs, des lapin et des ______ en chocolat font rêver les gourmands”. cloches (bells)
  2. What were people giving each other for Easter before the 19th century? Real chicken eggs.
  3. What does the “egg” symbolise? The orgin of the world
  4. During the antiquity, which civilisation celebrated the arrival of Spring by giving each others eggs? Persians
  5. What did Christians not eat during Lent? Eggs
  6. When were chocolate eggs first created? In the middle of the 19th century
  7. In the end, what’s the most important thing? To enjoy the chocolate

Keep on practicing your Duolingo!

Bonnes fêtes de Pâques!

2019/20 – Senior cycle – Bonnes vacances de Pâques

Bonjour chers élèves,

Bravo à vous tous pour le travail effectué à la maison. J’imagine que ce n’était pas très facile mais vous y êtes arrivés!

Voici donc deux semaines de vacances qui s’offrent à vous. Alors ne vous inquiétez pas, le travail suivant est tout à fait optionnel. Mais pour ceux qui sont motivés, en voici, en voilà!

Bonnes vacances et reposez-vous bien.

Mr Porzadny

 

5th years:

Correction:

1.1 p103/104

  1. a « Vous avez enchaîné huit heures de caisse avec deux pauses de quinze minutes. »
    b lessivée
  2. Allez / ne baillez pas / commencez / ne vous laissez pas / concentrez-vous / pensez.
  3. Elles peuvent être déconcentrées par les papotages, le bruit des portes, le cliquetis des pièces.
  4. a i) a mal compté l’argent de la caisse
    b « Oui, la 173, c’est vous. » « J’ai un nom ! »
  5. a Faux. Elles doivent vérifier les chèques et les bons de réduction.
    b Elle rentre chez elle en bus.
  6. In the course of the day, the cashier dealt with 289 clients and is referred to by her till number, 173. « Oui, la 173, c’est vous ! » They are constantly harassed to work faster. « Allez, on se dépêche, en caisse centrale » They are being talked to in a cold and unfriendly way and treated like kids. « Ne baillez pas. »« du calme, du calme » « Je vous avais prévenue » « On est pas votre boniche »

4.2 p102

  1. False. Ben Johnson in an ambassador for an anti-doping campaign.
  2. He was disciplined and lost his (world record beating) title.
  3. He is asking young people to sign a petition (demanding sport to be pure and free of doping/drugs).
  4. The drugs problem has been there a long time.
  5. His reputation and his life.
  6. True.
  7. The general public /Professional sports men and women/young people.
  8. Energy drinks and proteins.
  9. Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. till 8 p.m.
  10. By email, via the website or by using the app (for Android and iPhone).

1.2p104

  1. e
  2. b
  3. h
  4. j
  5. i
  6. f
  7. g
  8. c
  9. a
  10. d

Projet de grammaire:

  1. Pick any grammar topic you would like to revise or learn.
  2. Do some reseach on it (Tex’s French grammar website is a great start).
  3. Create a presentation using prezi or google slide and include in it:
    1. An explanation of the grammar point
    2. Some examples.
    3. Some exercises or links to interactive exercises.
  4. Upload it in the appropriate section on Google classroom.
  5. The best projects will be shared on MyFrenchTeacher.eu

 

6th years:

Past paper:

If you would like you can do the past paper (ordinary or higher) of 2010 and upload it in the appropriate section on Google classroom.

Projet de grammaire:

  1. Pick any grammar topic you would like to revise or learn.
  2. Do some reseach on it (Tex’s French grammar website is a great start).
  3. Create a presentation using prezi or google slide and include it in:
    1. An explanation of the grammar point
    2. Some examples
    3. Some exercises
  4. Upload it in the appropriate section on Google classroom.
  5. The best projects will be shared on MyFrenchTeacher.eu

 

Espace détente:

Comment faire un lapin de Pâques en Origami?

Quelques jeux de Pâques

Recette du gâteau au chocolat “Nid de Pâques”

Pourquoi mange-t-on du chocolat à Pâques?

Questions sur la vidéo:

  1. Fill in the blank: “Des oeufs, des lapin et des ______ en chocolat font rêver les gourmands”.
  2. What were people giving each other for Easter before the 19th century?
  3. What does the “egg” symbolise?
  4. During the antiquity, which civilisation celebrated the arrival of Spring by giving each others eggs?
  5. What did Christians not eat during Lent?
  6. When were chocolate eggs first created?
  7. In the end, what’s the most important thing?

Si c’est trop difficile voici la transcription pour vous aider à répondre aux questions:

Tous les ans, au moment de Pâques, des œufs, des lapins et des cloches en chocolat font rêver les gourmands ! Et quand vient le weekend, la chasse aux œufs en chocolat est officiellement ouverte ! Pourtant, avant les années 1800, on ne s’offrait pas des œufs en chocolat mais de véritables œufs de poules.

Alors d’où vient cette tradition des œufs de Pâques ?Il faut savoir que l’œuf symbolise l’origine du monde, le renouveau.

Pendant l’antiquité, les Perses s’offraient des œufs de poule au printemps, pour marquer la fin de l’hiver et la renaissance de la nature.

En Europe, la fête de Pâques commémore la résurrection du Jésus Christ et la fin du Carême. Autrefois très respecté, le Carême est une période où les chrétiens se privent volontairement de certains plaisirs dont celui de manger des œufs.  Pour fêter la fin de ces privations, ils s’offraient les œufs pondus durant cette période.

Au milieu du XIXe siècle, les chocolatiers mélangent du sucre, du beurre et du chocolat en poudre, et obtiennent une pâte qu’on peut verser dans des moules. Et c’est ainsi que naît l’œuf en chocolat et plus tard, les cloches, les lapins, la friture. Selon les régions, c’est soit les Cloches, soit le Lapin de Pâques, qui déposent les œufs un peu partout dans les jardins.

Au final, peu importe qui cache les œufs, l’important c’est de se régaler !

Réponses aux questions:
  1. Fill in the blank: “Des oeufs, des lapin et des ______ en chocolat font rêver les gourmands”. cloches (bells)
  2. What were people giving each other for Easter before the 19th century? Real chicken eggs.
  3. What does the “egg” symbolise? The orgin of the world
  4. During the antiquity, which civilisation celebrated the arrival of Spring by giving each others eggs? Persians
  5. What did Christians not eat during Lent? Eggs
  6. When were chocolate eggs first created? In the middle of the 19th century
  7. In the end, what’s the most important thing? To enjoy the chocolate

Keep on practicing your Duolingo!

Bonnes fêtes de Pâques!