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School of French Language, Amritsar organized the French Film Festival for its students. Where students unleashed their emotions and laugh, cry, and fall in love with the French cinema.
From riveting action thrillers, uproarious comedies, to heart-warming dramas and children’s films – Students enjoyed watching French cinema at School of French Language, Amritsar as it serves up stories of love, loss, fear and hope that tugged the heartstrings of every movie goer.
School of French Language organized an Interactive Session of its students with Mr Alexandre Marchand Journalist from Agence French- Presses (AFP) at Amritsar.
Mr Marchand interacted with our students to understand why they are learning French and what are the benefits and opportunities after learning French.
Students from School of French Language participated in big numbers to Interact with the Francophone, as it was one of the unique opportunity for the students to speak to a Francophone (a person who speaks French)
School of French Language keeps on organizing such events for the benefit of its students.
Mardi Gras was celebrated in Roman Catholic France centuries before the New World was discovered. The riotous parades and parties in New Orleans got their start as imports by French explorers who introduced a favorite annual custom to the raw social fabric of the colonial Gulf region. So, the French had it first and they named it well. Mardi Gras is the last day Christians could eat des mets gras (fatty foods) before spending 40 days of prayer and meat abstinence, until Easter. This day announced the beginning of Carême (Lent). It marks in a climactic fashion the end of la semaine des sept jours gras (week of seven fat days fat), once called jours charnels (carnal days). This period precedes le mercredi des Cendres (Ash Wednesday).
Today, the happy festival is celebrated in all sorts of wonderful ways all around the globe.