Book: «R&233;ussir le DELF scolaire et junior A1 2009 livre eleve»

R&233;ussir le DELF scolaire et junior A1 2009 livre eleve

Производитель: "Didier"

Un large choix d`activit&233;s d`apprentissage correspondant au niveau de l`&233;chelle de comp&233;tence du CECR vis&233; et au contenu des r&233;f&233;rentiels. La d&233;marche m&233;thodologique applique une approche actionnelle dans une dynamique positive et valorisante. 4 dossiers socioculturels apportent un&233;clairage sur la France et la francophonie. les cd audio inclusPour s`entra&238;ner&224; l`oral.

Издательство: "Didier" (2009)

ISBN: 978-2-278-06578-3

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Didier

Didier is a French name. It comes from the Latin name Didius, which was used in antique Rome (as in Titus Didius, 1st century BC, and the Roman emperor Didius Julianus 132-193).

During the 5th century AD, with the christianisation of ancient pagan names, it was decided to associate a new latin translation to this name: Desiderius or "Desiderare", meaning "desiring", "aspiring to"... Thus, the Latin variant of the name of the king of Lombards, Didier (710-774), was Desiderius. is the variant of the name or the Latin name Deodatus.

It may also refer to:

In people given names:

In people surnames:

  • Candice Didier (b. 1988), French figure skater
  • Charles A. Didier (b. 1935), Belgian Mormon leader
  • Clint Didier (b. 1959), U.S. politician and former football tight end in the NFL
  • Daniel J. Didier (b. 1945), Judge - Orange County, CA. Superior Court
  • F.O. "Potch" Didier (1919–2007), Louisiana sheriff who once spent seven days in his own jail upon conviction of malfeasance in office
  • John Peter Didier (1748–1823), U.S. politician, first State Treasurer of Missouri

In organizations:

In film:

  • Didier (film), a 1997 French film

See also

Источник: Didier

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