Partager l'article ! Qu'est-ce que je peux faire à Nice ? (Fle A1 verbes modaux): Voici une composition de mon étudiant Christian ...
Auteur : Vanessa-George Barraud
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Voici une composition de mon étudiant Christian qui adore Nice ;
"Vous voulez visiter une ville sympa en France pour un week-end ? Est-ce que vous savez où se trouve Nice ? C'est la capitale de la côte d'Azur. Je pense que l'emplacement de Nice est pratiquement parfait, situé sur la côte d'Azur à côté de Monaco et de ses casinos et près de l'Italie à l'est et de l'Espagne au sud.
Ainsi, en hiver on peut aller à la montagne pour faire du ski.
Si vous allez à Nice, vous devez absolument vous promener sur la Promenade des Anglais. Mais l'attraction principale de Nice, ce sont ses plages. On peut choisir entre 15 plages privées, jolies et très agreables et les plages publiques, larges et ouvertes à tous.
Si vous ne voulez pas bronzer ou vous baigner, vous pouvez visiter les musées. Il y a 14 musées. Les plus importants sont le musée d'histoire naturelle, le musée Matisse et le musée d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain.
Vous devez absolument aller à un musée à Nice ; c'est gratuit ! Il y a aussi beaucoup de galleries d'art.
Le vieux Nice ;
La gastronomie est très importante aussi. Savez-vous que Nice est la seule ville de France avec sa propre appellation ; "cuisine niçoise" ? Les spécialités de Nice sont la salade niçoise, un mélange de légumes crus, d'oeufs et d'anchois et la ratatouille avec ses courgettes et ses aubergines.
on peut prendre l'apéritif sur la promenade, danser dans les boites ou aller au casino.
Nice, avec ses jours ensoleillés, sa gastronomie et sa culture est la destination que vous devez choisir pour vos vacances d'été ou d'hiver !"
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