Understand spoken French

Dialogue French lesson

The Saint Michael campsite (dialogue). The French for "The Saint Michael campsite (dialogue)" is "Le camping Saint-Michel (dialogue)".
On the six of January, it’s the Epiphany holiday. In France, for Epiphany day, people eat kings’ cakes.. The French for "On the six of January, it’s the Epiphany holiday. In France, for Epiphany day, people eat kings’ cakes." is "Le six janvier, c’est l’Épiphanie. En France, pour l’Épiphanie, on mange des galettes des rois.".
On the first of November, it’s All Saints day. In France, people go to the cemetery to celebrate the memory of their ancestors.. The French for "On the first of November, it’s All Saints day. In France, people go to the cemetery to celebrate the memory of their ancestors." is "Le premier novembre, c’est la Toussaint. En France, on va au cimetière pour célébrer la mémoire de ses ancêtres.".
On the twenty-fourth of December, it’s Christmas Eve. In France, people gather with their family. Then, at midnight, many people go to Mass.. The French for "On the twenty-fourth of December, it’s Christmas Eve. In France, people gather with their family. Then, at midnight, many people go to Mass." is "Le vingt-quatre décembre, c’est le réveillon de Noël. En France, on se réunit en famille. Ensuite, à minuit, beaucoup de gens vont à la messe.".
On the twenty-fifth of December, it’s Christmas Day! Children open the presents brought by Father Christmas.. The French for "On the twenty-fifth of December, it’s Christmas Day! Children open the presents brought by Father Christmas." is "Le vingt-cinq décembre, c’est Noël ! Les enfants ouvrent les cadeaux apportés par le père Noël.".
Roger Federer is a tennis player. He is Swiss.. The French for "Roger Federer is a tennis player. He is Swiss." is "Roger Federer est un joueur de tennis. Il est suisse.".
You don’t look well. You should go to the doctor.. The French for "You don’t look well. You should go to the doctor." is "Tu n’as pas l’air bien. Tu devrais aller chez le médecin.".
Around Avignon (Dialogue). The French for "Around Avignon (Dialogue)" is "Autour d’Avignon (Dialogue)".
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