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How to make a French family a memoir of love, food, and faux pas by Samantha VГ©rant

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Social life and customs,
  • Families,
  • Family,
  • French Cooking,
  • Wives,
  • Americans,
  • Stepmothers,
  • Manners and customs,
  • Biography

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementSamantha Vérant
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDC801.C94417 V47 2017
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 308 pages
Number of Pages308
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26972553M
ISBN 101492638498
ISBN 109781492638490
LC Control Number2016032663
OCLC/WorldCa953843809

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“How To Make A French Family shares the ups and downs, good, bad and funny moments of building a new life and family in France, never letting us forget that in the end, love saves the day.” - Kristen Beddard, author of Bonjour Kale “Samantha Vérant dishes up a funny and tender memoir in How to Make a French Family. The setup is pure.   In How to Make a French Family, Samantha Verant recounts her experience of rekindling young love and becoming part of a blended family as an expatriate in Southwestern France. I picked up this book from the “Hot Picks” section of my library in hopes that it would satisfy my wanderlust as an armchair traveler.   This page booklet includes: • Vocabulary sheets • Various Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing Activities & Quizzes (to go along with all four strands of the Ontario French Curriculum) • Beginner worksheets on avoir/être • Beginner worksheets on masculine / feminine possessive adjectives • Word scramble and word maze • Card games – «J’ai, Qui a» and «5 familles. Family Members Powerpoint - Perfect for whole-class teaching, this PowerPoint features some great information to help support your teaching. The resource includes family members and lovely illustrations.

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