10 Mots du Jour – Les décorations de Noël – Christmas decorations

C’est la liste du lundi 6 décembre 2021. Here are your 10 French words of the day about les décorations de Noël. Love Learning Languages offers these quick French vocabulary lists or 10 Mots du Jour every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Each set follows a different theme, today the 10 French vocabulary words are about les décorations de Noël. Plus, you’ll get a spoken sentence about the topic and a “did you know” paragraph in French to practice your comprehension. Short sweet tasks to improve your French!

Did you know? In France most people make a Christmas tree, decorate their house, install a nativity scene and put holly or fir branches and Christmas characters like Santa Claus or elves in the living room and the entrance of their apartment or house. Some people also like to start the festivities on December 1st with an advent calendar, which can also be a Christmas decoration. The Christmas dinner table will receive special attention and will be decorated with taste and tradition. If you count, you will see that there are only 17 days left until Christmas! Get this reading comprehension in French, one of the great perks when you become a Patreon member – These paragraphs also will give you a useful glimpse into French way of life and culture 🙂

With LLL, each week you get 3 downloadable lists of the words in French and English, a “Did you know?” in French and a Quizlet study set to learn, practice, and master them all. Quizlet is a platform for learning vocabulary that’s based on flashcards, but what has really made an impression on me is how fun it makes learning new language content! Click here for details.

Does subscribing to LLL’s French Program for Self-Learners give me access to the 10 Mots du Jour?

No, the 10 Mots du Jour are only available to LLL supporters on Patreon and are not part of LLL French Academy resources.

How do I access previous sets of 10 Mots du Jour?

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