Halloween 🎃

Le vocabulaire d'Halloween

Halloween in French

  • une citrouille = pumpkin
  • un bonbon = sweet, candy
  • orange = orange
  • noir  = black
  • une araignée = spider
  • une toile d’araignée = spiderweb
  • une chauve-souris = bat
  • une maison hantée = haunted house
  • un os = bone
  • une tête de mort = skull
  • un squelette = skeleton

Est-ce qu'on fête Halloween en France ?

Halloween est une fête celtique d’origine irlandaise, qui est très importante dans la plupart des pays anglophones. Ce n’est que récemment qu’elle est aussi célébrée en France, mais ce n’est pas une fête aussi populaire que dans les pays anglophones. ☠️

Halloween is a celtic celebration originally from Irland, that is very important in most of English-speaking countries. It’s only recently that it is also celebrated in France, but it’s not as popular here as it is in English-speaking countries.

Des bonbons ou un sort !

Le 31 octobre, les enfants se déguisent et vont frapper aux portes des maisons du voisinage pour réclamer des bonbons. Ils disent alors : “Des bonbons ou un sort !” ou “Farce ou friandises !“.

On October 31st, children dress up and go knocking on the doors in the neighbourhood to ask for candies. They then say: “Trick or treat!”

Fêtez-vous Halloween dans votre pays ? Répondez en commentaire 😉

Do you celebrate Halloween in your country? Write in the comments 😉

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  1. Thanks! I’ll use this to send out to my students. With COVID, we are not able to meet together, so I appreciate the visual and audio!

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