Présentation au sujet: "Le français I Chapitre 3. La maison Single-family houses are rarely seen in Paris. They are very expensive because everything is so compact. In the country."— Transcription de la présentation:
La maison Single-family houses are rarely seen in Paris. They are very expensive because everything is so compact. In the country and towns, houses are common.
La rue (Les Champs-Élysées) This is the Avenue des Champs- Élysées in Paris. This picture was taken from the top of the Arc de Triomphe. This is the biggest street in Paris. It is known as La plus belle avenue du monde. Lots of cinemas & shops like Louis Vuitton, Sephora, Virgin, Gap, Cartier, Benetton, etc. Rent for 1000 sq ft = 1.5 million http://www.fotosearch.com/phot os-images/champs- elysees.htmlhttp://www.fotosearch.com/phot os-images/champs- elysees.html More pics
Le magasin Monoprix (one price) A chain store that sells clothing, cosmetics, some housewares, and has a supermarket. Prices are not one price, but they are reasonable. Quality is good.
Une papeterie Small stationary stores Sell paper, pens, pencils, general office supplies, cards, calendars, etc. Not at all like Office Depot or Office Max. These are small stores about the size of a small store in the mall.
Largent France uses the Euro. The symbol for the euro is. Countries all over Europe use the Euro, so it is easy to travel w/out having to exchange money. Switzerland & England use their own currency. Exchange rate $1.57 = 1 euro.
Ils regardent un livre chez le bouquiniste. These little book stands are set up along the Seine River in Paris. They are good places to shop for used books, magazines, posters, post cards, and other items.