Bonjour, tout le monde ! (Hello everyone!): Level 1 - Brilliant French Information Bookby Danièle Bourdais, Sue Finnie
The focus for this 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 book for a sense of enjoyment and achievement. The 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 book is one of six Brilliant French Information Books at Level 1.
|Age Groups||7 - 11 years,|
|Author||Danièle Bourdais, Sue Finnie|
|Product format||Story book|
|Market restriction||There are no market restrictions for this book.|
|Released date||14 July 2016|