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- Samedi, c’est ton anniversaire, Victor. On invite qui ?
- On invite Michael, Nathan, Sophie et Zoé.
- On fait les cartes d’invitation ?
- Oui !
- Bleu pour les garçons, rose pour les filles. J’écris :
Je t’invite à mon anniversaire.
Samedi 30 Octobre.
A Samedi.

  Toi, tu fais des jolis dessins.
- On Saturday, it’s your birthday, Victor. Who are we inviting ?
- We invite Michael, Nathan, Sophie et Zoé.
- Shall we make invitation cards ?
- Yes !
- Blue for the boys, pink for the girls. I’m writing :
I invite you to my birthday party.
Saturday, October 30th.
See you on Saturday.

You draw nice pictures.
When we say Je t’invite à mon anniversaire, everyone understand we’re talking about a birthday party.
Samedi : Saturday.
Anniversaire (masc.) : birthday, anniversary.
Inviter : to invite.
Invitation (fém.) : invitation.
Carte (fém.) : card.
Rose : pink.
Octobre : October.
Dessin (masc.) : drawing, picture.

Not that complicated either to tell the date. You just have to remember which goes where. Let’s compare :

Samedi 30 octobre 2010
Saturday, october 30th 2010

What did you notice ? Not too many differences ? Exactly. You will invert the day of the month and the month. That’s it !
Translate in French :
1. October, 30th.
2. December, 5th.
3. See you on Saturday.

Translate in English :
1. Le 12 septembre.
2. Samedi 8 novembre.
3. Vous faites les cartes d’invitation.

Septembre : September.
Novembre : November.

Décembre : December.


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