Les villages de Bretagne sont très typiques et leur folklore est très riche. La danse bretonne en fait partie.
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As I already mentioned it in an earlier article, French spoken in Québec (le québécois) is quite different from French spoken in France (le français de France, as Quebecers call it), in many respects. Differences concern phonetics, syntax, morphology and most of all, vocabulary. Today, I’ll focus on that aspect and I’ll point out various food related phrases or expressions which are typically « québécoises ».