Blogmas #24: A French Christmas!

Bonjour! As L and I both study French, we thought we’d set you the challenge of learning a few Christmas-related French words (unless of course you already speak French in which case félicitations vous avez déjà gagné le jeu 🎉).

I’ve concocted a sort of anagram challenge, in which I will give you a French word and the anagram of the English equivalent. You have to solve the anagram of the English word to work out what the French word means. Get it? Right, here we go!

1. Un marché de Noël – thickest rams arm

2. Le sapin – chemist’s rater

3. La dinde – rut key

4. Les lutins – leevs

5. Un traîneau – his leg

6. Joyeux Noël – sherry scam trim

7. L’hiver – wren it

8. Un bonhomme de pain d’épice – meager branding

Comment your answers below! 

Sadly this is the last blogmas post of the year 😦 but hope you all have a very merry Christmas and a good day whatever you’re doing tomorrow!

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