Sing along to this catchy French song for Halloween.
Video and lyrics for the traditional French Christmas carol Çà, bergers, assemblons-nous
, with literal translation.
July 1st is Canada Day, the national holiday of Canada.
Improve your French listening comprehension while learning about the history of Nice's immense Carnaval celebration.
Read about American Thanksgiving and some harvest festivals in other countries in this bilingual article.
La Chandeleur, le 2 février, est une fête catholique qui commémore la purification de la Vierge Marie et la présentation de l'enfant Jésus. En France, elle s'appelle également la Fête de la Lumière et le jour des crêpes.
Christmas is celebrated in many countries around the world, though the exact traditions and foods vary greatly. Here are some general French Christmas terms to help you celebrate.
Learn about a typical Provençal crèche
in this reading comprehension exercise.
In 2020, Easter is on 12 April, and the week immediately preceding Easter (Sunday to Saturday) is called Holy Week. Here's all the French vocabulary you need to celebrate this Christian period of renewal.
Practice your French translation and writing skills with this A1-level writing challenge: Easter DecorationsNote:
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You don't need a long weekend to read this lesson on the French expression faire le pont
Don't let gray skies keep you from learning about the French expression faire un temps de Toussaint
Le 21 juin est une journée musicale à travers la France (et apparemment dans beaucoup d'autres pays aussi). Ce festival gratis en plein air regroupe tous genres de musique dans toutes ses formes.
One Sunday every May or June is Mother’s Day in France, but why? Where does this annual maternal celebration come from? Find out in this bilingual audio article.
Sunday, 21 June is unofficially Father’s Day in France. When and how did it get started? Find out in this bilingual audio article.