Today, we’re going to explore the hairstyles and textures vocabulary in French, as well as hair styles for men. Study the French hairstyles vocabulary and then watch my video featuring the popular videogame The Sims in French.
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What does "Black Friday" mean and is it popular in France? This article in the form of an easy French English bilingual story takes a closer look at the vocabulary and French traditions for the huge American after Thanksgiving sale called "Black Friday" and the one held on the next Monday called "Cyber Monday".
Camille and I sometimes have students or friends from the US/Canada asking us about how we celebrate Thanksgiving in France. The short answer is "we don't" and that often comes to a them as a surprise... In this article, you'll find Thanksgiving French vocabulary as well as how to thank in French, and cultural notes about "le Jour de l'Action de Grâce(s)" as they say in Québec.
We don't typically celebrate Halloween in France. In the 1990s, young French hipsters started to have costume parties for Halloween, and some bars and restaurants took up the trend as well (French people typically love costume parties, they are very popular for New Year's Eve or birthdays, even among grown-ups).