by Henrri-Sebastien Erhard

Connaissez-vous vraiment les origines du français ? Les mots latins et grecs sont partout dans la langue française. Avec ce jeu familial, partez des racines latines et grecques et trouvez les mots français correspondants. Si on vous dit par exemple manus, la main en latin, vous pourrez proposer « manucure », « manuel » ou « manufacture ». Selon la difficulté ou la fréquence du dérivé que vous trouverez, vous marquerez davantage de points. Nul besoin d'être latiniste ou helléniste pour être fort, même si c'est un atout évident ! Un jeu addictif pour toute la famille.

Étymolinguo
Publisher
ASSIMIL
Type
book
Language
French
ISBN-13
9782700590401
ISBN-10
2700590406
Weight
495 g
Format
Book
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