I love New England all year long but I have to admit that I have a coup de coeur for the fall season. What is more satisfying than walking le nez en l’air and looking at all the lovely colors of the leaves? Yellow, red, purple or orange- pick your favorite! New England’s foliage is the most beautiful I have ever seen. In this article we will brush up on fall vocabulary so you can go on your next fall adventure in full French mode!


Fall

L'automne

Foliage

Le feuillage

Leaf

Une feuille

Pine cone

Une pomme de pin

Forest

La forêt

Trees

Les arbres

Acorn

Un gland

Squirrel

Un écureuil

Fox

Un renard

To stock

Faire des réserves

Harvest

La récolte

Orchard

Un verger

Gourd

Une courge

Pumpkin

Une citrouille

To carve pumpkins

Sculpter des citrouilles

Cider donuts

Des beignets au cidre

Hazelnuts

Des noisettes

Walnuts

Des noix

Cinnamon

Cannelle

Mushrooms

Des champignons

Umbrella

Un parapluie

Scarf

Une écharpe

Hot chocolate

Un chocolat chaud

Apple picking

Cueillette de pommes

Hike

Une randonnée

Trail

Un sentier

Hiking shoes

Des chaussures de randonnée

Maze

Un labyrinthe

What’s your favorite activity to do during the fall?




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Clémence Bary-Boloré

Cultural Programs Manager / Office Manager

Clémence has a Master’s degree in Cultural Projects Management. She worked in Paris for several years for theater companies. She likes discovering new cultures, people and places, which is why she crossed the ocean to start a new experience in Boston. She is glad to be part of the French Library to promote French culture and language. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, hiking, kayaking and all forms of art!

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