french restront

Next tuesday we will be having a french restront. At the french restront we will be having different tipes of food, last year we had things like cocolat mouse and crapes. I hope that we will be having that tipe of stuff again.tommorow we will figure out the menue an divide into two groups one will be working in the kitchens and serving wile the other will be ordering and eating, after half an hour we will switch. I want to start with being a server. It is gonna be really fun.

What my friend orderd

Last week my friend ordered from my fake restaurant using my fake menu witch you can see on my blog.
Whatever he ordered I had to get from a pile of papers that said different things I then would put the right meal on the right plate and would deliver it to him.

This is what he ordered.

  1. Le soup le onion
  2. Pork roti est riz
  3. fillet du sole
  4. troist oronge juice

My Menu

Le menu Robert’s
Le Salad

• Salad cesar $5.00
• Salad maison $4.50
• Salad depinard $4.50

Le commence

• Soupe aux champions $6.00
• Soup aux legumes $6.00
• Soup a onion $6.00

Le Boisson

• Une boisson gauzeau $2.50
• Une lemonade $2.50
• Un jus d’oronge $2.50

Le plat principall

• Le roti de pork est le riz $12.00
• Le filet du sole $9.00
• Le poulet roti est les haricots vert aux amandes $10.00

Posters

These Posters are posters of my work. One is of my poster of La Boulangire (The Bakery) The other one is a bunch of french labels.

                                                                               

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Conjugating

Robert

              Singular                      Plural

  • Je porte                     Nouse portons
  • Je danse                    Nouse dansons 

 

  • Tu portes                   Vous portez
  • Tu danses                  Vous dansez 

 

  • Il porte                      Ils portent
  • Il danse                      Ils dansent 

 

  • Elle porte                  Elle portent
  • Elle danse                 Elle dansent 

Remembrance Day

Remembrance day happens on the 11Th month on the 11th day at the 11th hour. at the 11th hour we all stand in a moment of silence. at our school we usually hold a cerimony on the the 10th day because the 11th is no school. at the ceremony we start by singing oh Canada and then we have poems, sing the song in “Flanders fields” and some times watch a movie. remembrance day is important because we need to honor those people that died in the war and we need to keep the peace in the world.If we had another world war the effect would be devastating.

jour de souvenir

Robert le 2 novembre 2010

Ces 10 mots sont importants pendant le jour de souvenir.

rouge                                                                                                                   

pavot

guerre

mort

paix

armée

homme

soldat

vies

liberté

How francophone culture is the same and different than mine in Canada

I surveyed my friends so I could find out what was different and what was the same in francophone culture and Canadian culture these are my results.

Different                                                                      Same

  1. They wear different clothes.                1. We are both people.
  2. They have a different language.         2. We both live in houses.
  3. They have different food.                     3. We both have nice cars.
  4. They use different money.                   4. We all breath the same air.

All though some of my results are quite bland I believe my survey worked.

I survayed 8 people from grade 4-7.

D’Gary

Today and yesterday May 11 & 12, 2010 I have bean studying a madagascar guitarist named D’Gary he was born in Madagascar on October 22 1961 and is famous for guitar he has played many songs such as Betepotepo. He is 41 years old  now in 2010 and has gaind fame on madagascar for many years This is a picture of him playing his guitar.

 

I got my info from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D’Gary

Quebec city of light.

Today Ms.Lansdowne gave a bunch of books to us about Quebec and France. My book was called Quebec city of light. The book is pretty much a big picture book, “A big picture book !!” It has a bunch of really neat pictures like a picture through the church towers window in old Quebec (pg 158). The book is quite neat I really like it.

Madagaskar food report.

There are many recipes in Madagascar. Some of the recipes are for foods like Lasopy, Varenga, Vary amin anana, Sakay, Kitoza, Ranonapango or Banana fritters. Here is an malagasky shopping list for eight people.

Meats

  • 3 lbs veal bones
  • 4 lbs boneless chuck
  • 1 lb soup meat

Gourmet shop

  • 1 small can of lichee nuts

Fruits & veggies

  • 3 lbs tomatoes
  • 1 lb potatoes
  • 1 bunch of carrots
  • 1/2 lb turnips
  • 1/2 lb string beans
  • 1/2 lb mustard greens
  • 1/2 lb spinach
  • 1 bunch of water cress
  • 2 bunches of scallions
  • 1 lemon
  • 1 fresh pine apple
  • 1 cantaloupe
  • 3 thick-shined oranges
  • 1 box of strawberries

Groceries

  • 1 box of pure vanilla extract
  • 2 lbs white rice
  • 1 box of soda crackers

That is the list that was posted on http://www.africa.upenn.edu/Cookbook/Madagascar.html#Shopping List for Eight.

 (picture from google Lasopy)

Cultural activities in Madagascar

There are many cultural events in Madagascar such as,  Independence day, memorial day for those that died in the French Malagasy war, republic day, commemorationday and many national events such as Christmas, the day of the dead, new years, Easter Monday and good Friday.These are just some  of the many holidays.