Halloween can be a learning experience as much as a frightening one. While this spooky holiday isn’t quite as popular in France as it is in some other countries, the French still have plenty to say about it – from manches à balai to citrouilles d'Halloween. So, whether you’re trick-or-treating among your French neighbours or tucking in to a spooky French horror film, now is as good a time as any to brush up on your French Halloween vocabulary.
For even more essential Halloween vocabulary, check out our Instagram reel: '5 emotions pour le soir de Halloween'
|Jack o’lantern||La citrouille d'Halloween|
|Broomstick||Le manche à balai|
|Creepy||Qui file la chair de poule|
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