What do the French drink?
The French tend to settle on mineral water and fruit juices as room temperature drinks. They tend to drink tea and coffee as hot drinks. They tend to choose French wines, liqueurs and champagnes as alcoholic beverages.
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Coffee (of varying strengths) and mineral water (Perrier, Vichy, etc) are also very popular.
Coffee, tea, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, milk, water, wine, beer, liquor, ginger ale, etc.
French people drink almost every commonly known drink: coffee, orange juice, seltzer, sodas, milk, beer, and, of course, wine and spirits.
Un CafÃ© , Un Double , Une Noissette , CafÃ© au Lait , CafÃ© LÃ©ger , Chocolat Chaud , ThÃ©,ThÃ© au Lait and Tisane these are all different coffee's and te…a's.
In France the children usually start drink wine and wisky at the age of 10
une boisson = eg. We've got ten drinks to choose from.. un verre = eg. I have one more drink before I leave.
Younger people drink milk with their cereals. Other popular drinks are coffee (black or with some milk), chocolate, orange juice.
Usually, for Christmas and the new year eve, most of the french drink a cup of champagne, often at the end of dinner.
boire un coup
"Qu'est-ce que tu bois?"
French people drink orange juice apple juice coffee and chocolate
drinks (noun): les boissons (he) drinks : il boit, elle boit (verb 'boire')
To have a drink with you is 'prendre un verre avec toi' in French.
Most popular French drinks are: . Wine . Champagne . Pastis (made with anise, licorice and other aromatic plants) . Cognac
drink plenty wine