Bonjour, tout le monde ! (Hello everyone!): Level 1 - Brilliant French Information seriesby Danièle Bourdais, Sue Finnie
The focus for this e-book is on the different ways people greet each other in different countries. In France, it is common to say Salut ! (Hi!) to friends. To be polite, the French commonly add Monsieur when greeting a man, or Madame when greeting a woman.
Encourage primary school pupils to become independent French readers with this highly-illustrated French information reader. Pupils can easily and quickly read this short, attractive, highly-illustrated French e-book for a sense of enjoyment and achievement. The e-book can be used to introduce children to reading in French and help them to improve their reading skills.
It strongly supports Intercultural Understanding by making a point of revealing, via the texts and the pictures, various cultural aspects of life in France or French-speaking countries.
In France, it is common to say Salut ! (Hi!) to friends. To be polite, the French commonly add Monsieur when greeting a man, or Madame when greeting a woman. La bise (kiss) is mainly for people you know well. People kiss on both cheeks. Sometimes, people kiss three times (right cheek, left, and then right again).
This e-book is one of six Brilliant French Information Books at Level 1.
|Age Groups||7 - 11 years,|
|Author||Danièle Bourdais, Sue Finnie|
|Product format||Children's information book|
|Market restriction||There are no market restrictions for this book.|
|Released date||14 July 2016|