La Géographie De La France
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PowerPoint used in class to present the rives, borders, main towns, and mountains in France.

PowerPoint used in class to present the rives, borders, main towns, and mountains in France.

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  • 1. La g éographie de la France 1. Les fleuves 2. Les montagnes 3. Les villes 4. Les frontières
  • 2. Les fleuves Loire Seine Rhin Rhône Garonne
    • Les 5 fleuves principaux sont:
    • La Seine
    • Le Rhin
    • La Loire
    • La Garonne
    • Le Rh ône
  • 3. Les fleuves L _ _ _ _ S_ _ _ _ R _ _ _ R _ _ _ _ G _ _ _ _ _ _ Quels sont les 5 fleuves principaux?
  • 4. Les montagnes Jura Alpes Vosges Massif central Pyrénées
    • Les 5 montagnes principales sont:
    • Les Vosges
    • Le Jura
    • Le Massif central
    • Les Alpes
    • Les Pyrénées
  • 5. Les montagnes J_ _ _ A _ _ _ _ V_ _ _ _ _ M _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ P_ _ _ _ _ _ _ Quelles sont les montagnes?
  • 6. Les villes Paris Toulouse Nice Clermont Ferrand Bordeaux Nantes Rennes Lille Lyon Marseille Grenoble Strasbourg Nancy Metz Rouen
  • 7. Où est la ville de …?
  • 8. Les frontières Le Luxembourg La Belgique La Suisse L’Italie Le Mer M éditerranée L’Allemagne La Manche L’ Espagne L’oc éan Atlantique
  • 9. Vocabulaire … traverse la ville de … (such river) crosses the town of … La France a pour fronti ère … France is bordered with Pr ès de next to À l’est in the east À l’ouest in the west Au sud in the south Au nord in the north … est situ é … ... is located …