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    • FRENCH HOLIDAY HOMEWORK Resources -:Google SearchGoogle Image Made by Archi Kumari VIII-C
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    • Il pleut. Il neige. Il y a du soleil. Il y a du vent.Il y a du brouillard. Il y a des nuages.Il y a des orages. Il fait froid. Il fait chaud.
    • Different Weather Conditions Weather France is usually described as being temperate in nature although it is marked with important variations. France is a huge in terms of its size and different parts of it experiences diferent types of climate. The weather of a place is influenced by itslocation and topography. Weather Franceprovides with a better understanding of WeatherEurope .
    • SOUTHERN FRANCEThe South of France has a warmMediterranean climate with hot summers,cool winters and limited rainfall- frost is rareand spring and autumn downpours aresudden but brief. In Provence-Alpes-Côte-dAzur and in theRhône valley in particular strong winds canoften appear in winter and spring.
    • NORTHERN FRANCENorthern France, including Paris, has aclassic temperate climate that is similar tosouthern England.It is characterised by warm summers, coldwinters and rainfall throughout the year.The climate of northern France isusually cold in winter and mild to hot insummer
    • WESTERN FRANCE The western coast, from the Loire valley to thePyrénées, is milder and summer days aregenerally very hot.The Western France is affected by the Atlantic.Consequently, it has a changeable, maritimeclimate like that of the UK.This area of the country experiences relativelymild winters with very infrequent frost and snow.Rainfall tends to be fairly evenly spreadthroughout the year.
    • EASTERN FRANCEThe area of east is an imaginary line runningbetween Lille, Paris and Lyon, experiences a mid-latitude, continental climate. This means winters tend to be cold with frequentsnow and frost particularly along the easternborder.Rainfall is even throughout the year but generallyannual rainfall totals are low. Thunderstorms arecommon during the warm summers, especially inthe south of the area towards the Juramountains.
    • CENTRAL FRANCE Central France, It enjoys a temperateclimate that is heavily influenced by theAtlantic Ocean.This mean all four seasons but no realextremes of temperature and regular rainfallyear-round.Summers are warm to hot, but incomparison to other parts in the region theyare fairly mild. The surrounding area is madeup almost entirely of highlands; as a resultthe conditions are much milderand damper than other parts of France.
    • DRESSING INFLUENCED BY THE WEATHER OF FRANCEIn france the weather influenceseverything from the type of clothes thepeople wear to the outdoor activites theycan perform. Having the right clothing in the closet tohandle unexpected weather events canbe a bit challenging when we areexperiencing weather in france we usuallydo not have for the area we live in or arevisiting.
    • L’ete saisson Summer is traditionally associated with hotdry weather, but this does not occur in allregions.In areas of the tropics and subtropics,the wet season occurs during the summer.The wet season is the main period ofvegetation growth within the savanaclimate regime.Where the wet season isassociated with a seasonal shift inthe prevailing winds, it is known as amonsoon.
    • Printemps SaissonSpring is one of the four temperate seasons, thetransition time between winter and summer.Spring and "springtime" refer to the season, andalso to ideas of rebirth, renewal and regrowth.The specific definition of the exact timing of"spring" varies according to local climate, culturesand customs. At the spring equinox, days are close to 12 hourslong with day length increasing as the seasonprogresses.
    • En Autumn Autumn is at war with the rain. The Autumn-windispels the clouds in the sky. The sunny weather ofAutumn wipes off the footprints of the rainy season. The muddy paths are dried up. Bogs and swamps areno more seen. The marshy-land gets dried and ditchesare dried too. Gutters are dried up. Water in ponds and rivers is no more muddy. The mudin the water goes down unto the beds and the waterlooks clear and blue. It is transparent.
    • En Hiver SaissonBy October, the rainy season comes to an end allover the country and the days become short and the night become long. The rays of the sun are not overhead. The air turns cooler in the plains marking the coming of the winter season. The winter season lasts from November toFebruary every year. In the Northern Plains, verycold wind blow making the winter months severe
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