What is national dress?

A national dress refers to an outfit that is used as symbol for a country. Most countries have no national dress as they have adopted various fashion trends.

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What dates are significant to the french?

Obviously all the public holidays are important for practical reasons, and some historical dates taught in school that are learned by heart. For instance, ask any French child or adult "1515?" and they will answer "Marignan!" (the French victory at the Marignano battlefield during the Italian wars).

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How do you say 'trick or treat' in French?

Trick or treat in French is friandises ou bêtises.

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How do you say may your days be merry in French?

que vos jours soient joyeux

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What is Halloween in French?

Halloween is spelled the same in French. In fact the name has been borrowed from English imported, but not the tradition which has not caught on.

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What is French for 'fete' or 'gala'?

Both words actually come from French. The word for fete is the same in French: fête

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What are some popular french phrases?

bonjour - comment allez-vous - comment va votre femme / votre mari / comment vont vos enfants merci au revoir il fait beau aujourd'hui - le temps est beau - il va pleuvoir - il fait froid ce matin

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French for fete or gala?

ADDENDUM: I believe it bears sayign that these 2 words mean the same thing; more so, they are the same thing. Fete is gala. both these words are French and have been adopted into English

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Why is April Fools' Day called the April fish in French?

because kids in France would stick fish on a paper then to the kids back and say April fools day

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How do you spell jack-o'-lantern in french?

Jack-o-lantern in french is= Un feu follet (By Me :P) There isn't a difference in the spelling between each languages. English: Jack O'Lantern French: Jack O'Lantern

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How do you say 'All Saint's Day' in French?

La toussaint. (lah-too-sahn)

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How do you say day of the dead in french?

Jour des morts is a direct translation but November 1st is the day of mourning in France when everyone goes and pays their respects to their dead. This is referred to as "Fete de la Toussaint"

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How do you say Kwanzaa in french?

the same, "kwanzaa" - but note that is completely unknown in France and that nobody would understand the concept without having a look at Wikipedia.

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What are ten popular french phrases?

How are you? Comment vas-tu?/ Comment allez-vous? (polite) I'm fine, thanks! Je vais bien, merci! And you? Et toi?/ Et vous? (polite) Good/ So-So. Bien / Comme-ci, comme-ça. You're welcome! Il n'y a pas de quoi Hey! Friend! Hé ! L'ami! I missed you so much! Tu m'as tellement manqué! What's new? Q...

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What does Dia de la bruja mean in spanish?

Day of the Witch, which is halloween.

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When do you stand under a mistletoe?

Usually near Christmas or on Christmas

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What is the Kwanzaa word 'nadia' in English?

The word may come from an Arabic word meaning "caller" or "announcer."

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What do French do in Halloween?

It's not a native French holiday, although it is gaining popularity across Europe. Some have adopted the American customs of trick or treating.

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How long is the summer holiday in France?

there is a two-month holiday for schoolchildren in France.

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What are the Special days in may?

The special days in May are: Mother's Day and the Gosselin Sextuplet's birthday.

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What is the most celebrated holiday in France?

Bastille Day, 14-July, is a French national holiday that celebrates the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille on 14-Jul-1789. The Bastille was the prison in Paris and this event was a pre-cursor of the French Revolution.

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How do you enjoy holidays?

Maybe take a visit to people's houses or maybe a vacation! you have to be ina happy mud always and dont spend much timein tv,comps,gaming comsoles and make a intresting schedule

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What is the word 'Halloween' when translated from English to French?

Halloween in French is L'halloween. Pronouced L'olloween

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How do you say Halloween in french?

L'Halloween- Is what my french teacher says.

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How do you enjoy a holiday?

you relax, eat good food, try to forget about other (stressful) things and read a book. :)

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Someone who is on holiday?

Holiday is another term for vacation.

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Why do the government in french do not allow head scarfs to be worn in France?

Head scarves are not forbidden in France. Any woman can wear a head scarf or Islamic veil in public. It is not authorized for civil servants, as they act on behalf on a neutral state. There is a current discussion - ahead of the next elections - revolving about the issue of 'what are French valu...

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What are some courtesys of the french?

i only know a couple. if you ask friends if they want to get something to eat you don't split the check, you pay for it. as they say in France "inviter=payer" or "to invite=to pay"

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What is the date for le festival du voyageur?

The next one is 17 to 26 February 2012.

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What is French for Halloween?

Easy : Halloween = Halloween

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How do you say 'All Saints Day' in French?

Les vacances de la Toussaint.

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How do you say 'Halloween costumes' in French?

You would say : des costumes d'Halloween, des déguisements d'Halloween. Costumes obviously means costumes, d'Halloween means "of Halloween", so literally it is "costumes of Halloween". You would pronounce it Coz-toome d-all-oh-een.

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Holiday that starts with w?

Washington Day , weekend

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