Winter activities in French 🏂

Les sports d’hiver

Aujourd’hui, pour les personnes habitant dans l’hémisphère Nord, c’est le solstice d’hiver, c’est-à-dire le premier jour de l’hiver ❄️. Pour les autres, vous avez la chance d’être en été ! ☀️

Today, for people living in the northern hemisphere, it’s the winter solstice, that is, the first day of winter. For you others, you are lucky to be in summer!

Pour parler des activités que l’on fait en hiver, on utilise souvent le verbe FAIRE suivi de la préposition DE.

To talk about winter activities in French, we often use the verb FAIRE followed by the preposition DE.

 

⚠️ Attention, n’oubliez pas que DE + LE = DU !

⚠️ Be careful, don’t forget that DE + LE = DU !

Winter activities in French

 

  • la luge = sledge
  • faire de la luge = to go sledging
  • le snowboard = snowboard
  • faire du snowboard = to go snowboarding
  • le ski (alpin) = downhill skiing
  • faire du ski (alpin) = to go downhill skiing
  • le ski de fond = cross-country skiing
  • faire du ski de fond = to go/do cross-country skiing
  • le hockey sur glace = ice hockey
  • faire du hockey sur glace = to play ice hockey
  • le patin (à glace) = an ice skate
  • faire du patin = to go ice skating

On peut aussi utiliser ces verbes :

You can also use these verbs:

  • skier = to ski, go skiing
  • patiner = to skate
  • jouer au hockey = to play ice hockey

 
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