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 French holiday is celebrated on November first?

La Toussaint (All Saint's Day) is celebrated on November 1st in France.

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When is the French holiday toussaint?

the Toussaint is on the 1st of November.

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What do French people do to celebrate the 6 of January?

It is traditional to share a piece of 'la galette des rois' (the Wise Men's cake). In the families where a crèche (Nativity scene) is put in place, children can put the little figures of the Wise Men in place to mark their arrival.

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Quelle est le costume traditionnel dans au Etats-Unis?

quel est le costume traditionelle des etat unis

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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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What are stereotypes of France?

Accented speaking of other languages, beautiful well-dressed women, handsome skirt-chasing men, sauce-heavy culinary creations, and topless beach behavior are stereotypes of France. In reality, many French exhibit articulate fluency in other languages (including English), do not just drown exquis...

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What are the different customs between France and US?

They bothe celebrate 'Noel' which is similar to 'Christmas'. It is customarily necessary to practice oceanic or atmospheric sailing in order to cross the body of water that separates the US from France, as it is not possible to exercise the customs of walking.

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Why do French children put sticky fish on their parents?

In France, what English speakers call an April Fool is called Poisson d'Avril or April Fish. Young children stick fish on the backs of their friends and family as a joke. The origins of April Fool and April Fish are on this website. http://www.factmonster.com/spot/aprilfools1.html

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