How to Celebrate New Year in France?

hi everybody I am Lindsay from French
but one the one that cam do you know how French people celebrate
New Year’s Day in this lesson you learn some important phrases about the French
New Year and some valuable culture tips in French New Year’s Day is called
nouvelle nouvelle on nouvelle Oh French people greet each other by thing burn
and burn me this means Happy New Year when you meet
someone for the first time in the new year be sure to greet them with this
phrase French people also celebrate the holiday with special events and customs
with having a party being the most common so you should remember this word
fat fat this means party in French in France
people celebrates the coming new year with friends they have parties at home
or in cafes and restaurants the most popular places to have a party are those
closest to the FL tower as soon as night falls people go and meets to share the
last meal of the year and to also spend the evening together it’s a good
opportunity to take some time and angelite on this special day French
people have a special meal starting with an aperitif a very cheap this means
appetizer as you may know French people are foodies in order to spend the
evening well they have to eat a sophisticated meal subvert explains over
several courses first there is the operative when French people drink
champagne and give toasts to the health of friends
and family then they begin to eat starting with smoked salmon and foie
gras on toast people also eat oysters meat or fish and
of course there has to be the cheese platter for dessert
French people sometimes eat a log cake let’s wrap up this lesson by recapping
what we’ve learned listen to the words and repeat after me the New Year’s Day
Bluebell Nouvel Oh Happy New Year bonne année bonne année party
FAT FAT appetizer aperitif happy Ritchie well then here’s a fun fact
do you know what French people traditionally have to do when they pass
under a sprig of mistletoe after the stroke of midnight on New Year’s custom
dictates that French people should kiss under a sprig of mistletoe this plant is
used as an ornament for the holiday season
it symbolizes prosperity and longevity the legend states that couples which is
under the mistletoe will be married within the year you just learned how
French people celebrate New Year’s Day and some important facts about the
holiday and if you want to learn French twice as fast just click the link in the
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at the until eight maxie yeah like recapping
let’s wrap up this lesson with by

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