From 18 March to 18 April, join us to celebrate the French language based on the theme “au fil de l’eau” (“along the water”)!
Take part to the competition and create your own haiku poem using one or more of the 10 words above, either in French or in English, and stand a chance of winning $100 AF vouchers!
Here are the 10 words: aquarelle (watercolours), à vau-l’eau (with the stream), engloutir (to swallow up), fluide (fluid), mangrove (mangrove), oasis (oasis), ondée (shower), plouf (splash!), ruisseler (to trickle), spitant (sparkling).
What is a haiku? A haiku is a traditional Japanese poem, consisting in three short lines (5/7/5) that do not rhyme. It’s a way of looking at the physical world and seeing something deeper, like the very nature of existence. Here are a few examples.