Hello, my name is France!
French writing exercise

Bonjour, je m'appelle France !

The country France introduces itself.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"a Germanic tribe", "the Franks (tribe)", "a flag", "a national anthem", "a democracy", "French people", "to elect", "to own", "an inhabitant", "to share", "borders (country)", "varieties of", "on average", "per year".
Vocabulaire - Les pays

I’ll give you some sentences to translate into French

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How the test works

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My name comes from a Germanic tribe, the Franks. My flag is blue, white and red. My national anthem's name is "La Marseillaise". I am a democracy, and French people elect a president. I own eighteen regions and one hundred and one departments, and I have 67 million inhabitants in 2019. I share my borders with eight countries: Belgium, Luxemburg, Italy, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Monaco and Andorra. I love bread, wine and cheese! There are about four hundred varieties of French cheese, and French people drink, on average, forty-three litres of wine per year!

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