For the foodies
mon chou (we actually don’t know if it is referring to the pastry chou or to the vegetable) Chouchou is also used as well as mon bout d’chou, choupinette
mon sucre d’orge
For the animal-lovers
ma puce (for ladies only) or pupuce
ma biche or my bichette (a little doe) for ladies only
mon (petit) chat
ma cocotte or ma poule (ladies only)
mon lapin / also lapinou
For the classics
ma belle (ladies only) or ma jolie
mon chéri (gentlemen) ma chérie (ladies)
mon (petit) coeur
ma poupée (ladies only)
mon amour – also Mamour
mon (petit) homme
For the others
Loulou (gentlemen) Louloute (ladies)
Sun 22nd Jan women's football match with France v South Africa friendly
This Sunday 22nd Jan at 5pm (GMT) viewers can enjoy the French women's football teams first game of 2017. The blues will face South Africa, the semi-finalist of CAN 2016 in the last friendly of the season before preparations start for The European Cup.
It's the second meeting between the two countries after 2009, when France won with a score of 3 goals against 2. Don't miss the first female sports event of the year on TV5MONDE!
Canada 150: Canadians are gearing up for the 150th anniversary of Confederation and everyone is invited to take part in the year-long celebration! On December 31st, to kick-off this celebration year, memorable activities and exciting performances will be held in 19 urban centres across the country, find out more and learn all about 150 years of Canadian history.