What are some of the French beliefs for Christmas?
During Christmas night, le PÃ¨re NoÃ«l (literally Father Christmas, or Santa for Americans) will visit homes. He used to come down the chimney, but not necessarily so. Children leave a pair of their shoes next to the chimney, or under the Christmas tree, to mark the place where he will (if they have been nice) leave presents for them.
For naughty children, he has a replacement, le PÃ¨re Fouettard, (the Whipping guy), who can give out a little flogging or a spank instead of a nice present. I've always been nice, so I have never met him.
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Noël is Christmas in French.
The French word for Christmas is : Noël
The French word for Christmas is Noël.
Do French have Christmas trees
The French celebrate Christmas during Winter. For Christmas they have the Christmas Eve Feast. The French enjoy their Christmas every year. Everybody look forward to Christmas.
The French Christmas greeting is Joyeux Noël.
we the English have Christmas crackers and the french don't
One traditional French Christmas food is 'buch de Noel" which translates to Christmas log. This is a cake in the shape of a log, sometimes decorated with holly.
Most of Vietnam does not celebrate Christmas because of their beliefs, but if they do it is small.
I love Christmas is "j'aime NoÃ«l" in French.
No one HAS to celebrate Christmas. Most French do.
Christmas is spelled 'NoÃ«l' in French.
Christmas in french is Noel
Christmas! (in French)
Christmas -> Noël
No. The French were christian and Natives were not
the French celebrate Christmas on December 25th each and every year.
The French celebrates Christmas inside of their homes as soon as their children wake up and find gifts on the Christmas tree, then afterwards they have a big Christmas dinner!:):):)
The French go to church on Christmas. They exchange gifts on Epiphany or January 6.
"a French Christmas" is "un NoÃ«l franÃ§ais" or "un NoÃ«l Ã la franÃ§aise" in French.
The phrase "la veille de Noel" is "Christmas Eve" in French. The exact translation is "the eve of Christmas." There is no singular word that means Christmas Eve.
they celebrate it for religious beliefs
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Père Noël and Papa Noël are the French ways of saying Father Christmas.
la bÃ»che (literally 'the log') is a traditional French Christmas cake.
French Christians celebrate Christmas. French Jews celebrate Hanukkah.
Noël is the French name for Christmas. Christmas is 'Noël' in France
Christmas in english, Noel in french.
Noël is the name for Christmas in French
Because it's their Christmas.
Joyeux Noël (Merry Christmas)
Christmas is on the 25th of December in France.
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Christmas is not celebrated any differently depending on where you are. The only differences in when you celebrate Christmas is based upon personal religious beliefs
"Christmas party" in English is fête de Noël in French.
The French wear at Christmas much the same as they wear at any other time of the winter.
The French do not dress-up.
french get snails lovetarts and iqouds ...
Merry Christmas is joyeux Noël
We believe that Jesus was born on that day.
Christmas can bring families together and strengthen relationship bonds. It can also strengthen your spiritual beliefs.
French people decorate with Christmas trees,nativity scenes, mistletoe and candles
The french seem to drink a lot at Christmas which makes them drunk. They mainly drink whiskey though.
In French it is called "La Bûche de Noël" and it is translated to "Christmas Log" in English.
In French, to say Merry Christmas! you say: Joyeux Noël!
How to replay to being wished a merry Christmas depends on the persons beliefs. A typically good reply is to wish them a merry Christmas too.
The French can choose from a variety of foods to eat for their Christmas dinner. An example of a typical French dinner for Christmas would be oysters, lobster, roast beef, green beans, a cheese tray, and a yule log.
The French drink wine at Christmas. Usually wine is served with dinner. After dinner people usually drink champagne. Children drink soda at Christmas.