Beginner #19 #Politics in France #French #vocabulary and simple sentences

Beginner #19 #Politics in France #French #vocabulary and simple sentences
Beginner #19 #Politics in France #French #vocabulary and simple sentences

Today I ahve the pleasure to teach you how to use words about French politics in easy sentences to repeat with me my friend.

Beginner #19 #Politics in France #French #vocabulary and simple sentences
Beginner #19 #Politics in France #French #vocabulary and simple sentences
Beginner #19 #Politics in France #French #vocabulary and simple sentences
Beginner #19 #Politics in France #French #vocabulary and simple sentences
Beginner #19 #Politics in France #French #vocabulary and simple sentences
Beginner #19 #Politics in France #French #vocabulary and simple sentences
Beginner #19 #Politics in France #French #vocabulary and simple sentences
Beginner #19 #Politics in France #French #vocabulary and simple sentences

L’Assemblée nationale est à Paris.
The national assembly is in Paris.

Il existe plusieurs partis politiques.
There are several political parties.

Les politiciens sont de droite ou de gauche.
Politicians are right-wing or left-wing.

La démocratie est un système politique.
Democracy is a political system.

Les femmes ont le droit de vote en France depuis 1944.
Women have the right to vote in France since 1944.

Le Président de la République habite à l’Elysée.
The President of the Republic lives at the Elysée.

Le Premier ministre dirige l’ensemble des autres minitres.
The First Minister leads all the other ministers.

Quel est le résultat des élections ?
What is the result of the elections?

Published by Claire SAMUEL

My name is Claire and my mission is to teach you French with a smile my friend!

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