France’s tragic bus crash

1. What actually happened?

Details of how the actual crash occurred remain unclear. A press conference is set to be held on Friday evening by local authorities and police during which more information should be given.

But information has leaked out from various witness reports and local officials.

We already know that the bus was engulfed in flames immediately after the crash, which is why most of the 41 passengers are said to have died from the flames rather than the impact.

http://www.thelocal.fr/20151023/three-key-questions-on-frances-coach-crash

Discover the french numbers

Welcome to FrenchNumbers.org.uk, a site focused solely on helping you to learn how to spell and say French numbers.

French numbers really are quite simple to learn, in fact you only need to learn 30 or so numbers/words and you’ll have mastered all French numbers!

To make things easier for you we’ve broken down the numbers in to smaller sections. Each of these pages come with a short video you can watch to learn the correct pronunciation.

http://www.frenchnumbers.org.uk/

Halloween in France

Halloween is a festival that takes place every year on the night of 31 October to 1 November. It is massively celebrated in Anglo-Saxon countries, but its success is less in France.
In the United States or in England, children dress up and go from house to house asking for treats. They wear disguises skeletons, witches or monsters. Small English cry doorstep “” Trick or Treat! “Which means” Trick or bad luck! “That night, they laugh at what the subject of nightmares usually: spiders, ghosts, vampires …

Indefinite article

The indefinite article is used to determine a person, animal or thing unidentified.

(masculine singular) a dog = un chien

(feminine singular) an education = une éducation

(plural) cats = chats (we put the letter “s)

Greetings in french

Bonjour = hello, hi, good day

You can use it to greet people in the morning and the afternoon.

Salut is an expression very informal

Bonsoir is used in the evening

Be Careful, Never say “bon matin”, it doesn’t exist in French