We encourage you to register as soon as possible in order to guarantee you a place and to help us with the schedule. Includes admission to all Presentations, Tech Clinics and demonstrations. See details and pricing above. We strongly recommend that you book soon, should you want a mobile home, as they will fill up rapidly! What's happening and when? Present your story or 'how to' session! Where is it? Facilities on site Local hosts How much? It was well organised. And I met real amazing travellers again. Driving on old bikes, new 'real' dual sports bikes, amazing old sidecars, and driving in real 4X4's.
The food was perfect, and we had running warm water in the showers this time. Thanks John and thanks to all the HU members who I met. I enjoyed it. I hope to see you all next year full of new adventures to tell. We had a fantastic time, and met with inspiring and great people. The location was superb, and the couple running the campsite are absolutely fantastic and the food too: The confit de Canard or the dessert in particular A massive thanks to John for doing a great job on organising and making the weekend run so smooth even if at one point I thought John was going to have a melt down lol.
It is a beautiful site and hope I get the chance to visit again. And finally thanks to all the new friends I've made for making it a good weekend. I've learnt lots of new things and now have new ideas for future travel and at the same time friends to travel with. It was our first HU event and certainly not the last! Poster in pdf format, Francais 1. Postcard in pdf format, Francais kb full colour Event postcard, can be printed 4 to a page :. If you have a few minutes, please download the poster Adobe pdf format or postcard and print off a few and hand them round your club or your local bike shop or anywhere seems like a good place.
Poster in pdf format, English 1. Postcard in pdf format, English kb full colour Event postcard, can be printed 4 to a page! From welcoming travellers at the gate, to taking care of the campsite and making sure all the presentations run smoothly, the success of every HU event relies on the enthusiasm of its volunteer crew. I had no idea how much fun I'd have by helping out! Volunteering is a great way to make new friends, get more involved with Horizons Unlimited and have loads of fun!
You can sign up to volunteer when you register for the meeting, OR click here if you have already registered and want to add volunteering. We're inviting submissions for presentations, so whether you're attending the event or exploring a distant continent, if you've got a story to tell or expertise to share we'd like to hear from you.
We love to hear stories about your travel adventures, especially if you have great pics! There are 40 minute and 90 minute sessions available for talks, workshops, demos and live web chats. Submitting a Presenter registration DOES NOT mean you will automatically be included in the schedule, as we often have more presenters than available presentation slots. We will confirm one way or the other as soon as we can but not immediately! If you're planning an expedition, why not make the Horizons Unlimited meeting your official start point?
Or maybe you're nearing the completion of a journey and would like a very public welcome home? Of course you might just be passing through and fancy marking a key stage of your travels? We'd love to make you a big part of the meeting, so feel free to get in touch and tell us your plans. There is a Total station in Payrac, village 4 kilometers from the campsite. You will also find a grocery store, tobacco shop, newsagent, restaurants. Souillac is 10 km, you will find all the facilities of a small town. We can always use help on the day - please volunteer to help out for a couple of hours when you signup!
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Within 15 days of the event start, there will be no refunds, but we will apply your registration fee to any subsequent HU event in the year or following year. The website, HUBB forum and regular events across the globe have inspired thousands of people to follow their dreams and take the road less travelled. Horizons Unlimited is not a big multi-national company, just two people who love overland adventure travel and have grown what started as a hobby in into a full time job usually hours per day and 7 days a week and a labour of love.
To keep it going and a roof over our heads, we run events such as this one 18 this year! What you get for your membership contribution is our sincere gratitude, good karma and knowing that you're helping to keep the motorcycle travel dream alive.
You can join at a reduced rate as part of your meeting registration. Note that new Memberships with your Meeting Registration are applied as of the Meeting date or as soon as possible thereafter, not earlier, unless you make a special request in the Comments box when you register. Why a Bike? Build your own panniers Equipment Which Bike? DVD Tire Changing! Shipping parts. Travel Advisories News that may affect your plans. Security tips and questions.
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Become a Contributing or Gold Member here! New to HU? On two wheels On 3 wheels Or 4 wheels It's where they take you that counts! Plan your next adventure Come to an HU event and meet your tribe! Overlanding Inspiration. It's All About Overland Adventure Whether you're a seasoned veteran with wisdom to share or a complete novice hungry for ideas and guidance, it doesn't matter if you ride a motorcycle, a bicycle, or drive an expedition vehicle See you soon! Horizons Unlimited France team. Presenters at HU France so far Workshops and Tech Sessions below.
LOTS of presentations to come! As people register to present we'll list them here. Maria est cheffe. Return of New Zealand Chef, pastry specialty. Maria will also share with us some of her culinary secrets. Il nous expliquera tout notamment le transport de sa moto par avion.. The American Dream! From Vancouver to Toronto crossing the American West. He will explain everything including the transport of his motorcycle by plane. He wanted to see Mount Fuji This is Jean-Michel's crazy challenge. Never alone, in fact, for who knows how to open to each other.
Nelly et Jean-Luc Lanfranchi, Adventura2. South America From north to South by the Andes Mountains! Jean-Luc and Nelly report on their motorcycle trip from the top of South America to the bottom. Presenters at HU France in previous years included Ted Simon and ''Jupiters Travels'' On the 6th October at the age of 42 Ted Simon left London on a cc Triumph Tiger to complete a four year solo round the world trip covering miles and passing through 45 countries.
Tim Cullis Orkney and the Outer Hebrides - Scotland at its best Orkney and the Outer Hebrides Scotland at its best: exploring the islands in the west and north How to plan your trip and the ferries, and then an photographic account of a nine-day tour of the islands with their gorgeous scenery, empty beaches, excellent food, neolithic remains, plus traces of Vikings, Picts and other groups.
One outfit, one family and one country to discover: Morocco Here we are, gone for a four weeks trip in May all around Morocco with Lucie 5 years old, Claire the mum, Hug the dad and "Roule" the side car. Like all our previous trips, discoveries, encounters and amazing scenery are our leit motif. Iran, country of marvels.
Workshops and Educational Sessions Travail sur table ou en salle avec cartes papier et photographies. To conjugate, drop the -re to find the "stem" or "root". Add endings to the root based on the subject and tense, as demonstrated below for the present tense. Common -re Verbs Compared to -er verbs, -re verbs are not very common.
Consonant Masc. Vowel Fem. The grammar now becomes a lot more advanced, and each lesson now gives much more information. Also remember to go to the lessons planning page if you would like to help improve this course. You will eventually learn everything that is covered in it, but if you would like a preview, read it, and if not, continue on to the school section.
You will eventually learn everything in here. Whereas American grade numbers go up as you approach your senior year, they descend in France. You will learn to conjugate it in the next section. While in English, you would say my hand or your hand, the definite article is almost always used in French. The hand is broken if you speak about your own hand.
It is not necessary to add a preposition to the verb. It varies from other '-re' verbs in the plural conjugation, by adding a 'v'. Lire is an irregular french verb, meaning to read. It's plural conjugation adds an additional 's'. With most verbs, that auxiliary verb is avoir. Auxiliary Verb - Avoir Conjugate avoir in the present indicative. We have played.
You have played. He has played. They have played. The culture of France is diverse, reflecting regional differences as well as the influence of recent immigration. Also, try and reflect on how your culture is similar and different to French culture. Others are regular -ir or -re verbs or are simply irregular. Voir is an irregularly conjugated -re verb. How old are you? French butchers do not sell pork, pork products, nor horsemeat. For these products, go to a charcuterie.
However, a lot of boucheries are also charcuteries, and are called boucherie-charcuterie 2. In France, bakeries only sell fresh bread; e. A direct object pronoun is used to refer to the direct object of a previous sentence: Pierre voit le cambrioleur. Pierre sees the burglar. Pierre le voit. Pierre sees him. The following table shows the various types of direct object pronouns: French me, m' te, t' le, l' la, l' nous vous les English me1 1 1 1 you him, it her, it us you them Notes: 1 me, te, nous, and vous are also used as indirect objects to mean to me, to you, to us, and to you respectively.
The pronoun form with an apostrophe is used before a vowel. The direct object pronoun for nous and vous is the same as the subject. When the direct object comes before a verb in a perfect tense, a tense that uses a past participle, the direct object must agree in gender and plurality with the past participle. For example, in the phrase Je les ai eus, or I had them, the past participle would be spelled eus if the direct object, les, was referring to a masculine object, and eues if les is referring to a feminine object.
Indirect Objects An indirect object is an object that would be asked for with To whom? He gives some bread to Pierre. Il lui donne du pain.
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He gives bread to him. The following table shows the various types of indirect object pronouns: French me, m' te, t' lui nous vous leur English to me1 to you1 to him, to her to us1 to you1 to them Notes: 1 me, te, nous, and vous are also used as direct objects to mean me, you, us, and you respectively. The indirect object pronoun for nous and vous is the same as the subject. The indirect object pronouns do not agree with the past participle like the direct object pronouns do. When me, te, nous, and vous are used in a perfect tense, the writer must decide whether they are used as direct or indirect object pronouns.
This is done by looking at the verb and seeing what type of action is being performed. The bread is given by the man direct. Pierre gets the given bread indirect. The stem change applies to all forms except nous and vous. When y is part of the last syllable, it changes to i in order to keep the ay sound. In the present indicative of -yer verbs, this affects all forms except nous and vous.
Payer The verb payer translates to to pay. Est-ce que vous avez des cerises? Marie : Oui Useful vocabulary: "Qu'est-ce que vous avez Lesson 2. The preposition de can indicate an origin, contents, possession, cause, manner, and several other things which will be covered later. When le follows de, the de and le combine into du. Similarly, de and les combine into des.
V: Leisure Activites Les loisirs refers to leisure activities. Some other verbs use sortir and partir as stems. One would normally use "une place" whenever "a seat" is used in English. Prenez place! No article before place, you should not say Prenez la place Les films sont fascinants! Vous aimez les films? G: -enir verbs -enir verbs are irregularly conjugated they do not count as regular -ir verbs. Venir The most common -enir verb is venir.
The verb venir is translated to to come. When it means to come from, venir is used with the preposition de. Nous venons du stade. You can also use venir with a verb to state that you have recently accomplished an action. This should help you ask for and give directions. Je suis perdu. Je cherche Other -uire Verbs produire - to produce traduire - to translate reduire - to reduce V: Driving ouvrir to open fermer to close G: -rir Verbs These verbs are conjugated irregularly, and normally follow the -er conjugation scheme. A common -rir verb is ouvrir. In a general case, these verbs indicate a change in state or position.
I went to the cinema. I came to France. The train has arrived. She left to go to work. I stayed home. He returned to the restaurant. I fell into the pool. I was born in october. He died in It happened in front of the house. I climbed to the top. He got out of the train.
I went out with my friends. I entered my room. He came back early from school. Direct Objects One must know that these verbs take their conjugated avoir when they are immediately followed by a direct object For Example: Je suis descendu with the direct object "mes bagages" becomes: J'ai descendu mes bagages. Note that there is no agreement if these verbs are conjugated with avoir. If the subject is masculine singular, there is no change in the past participle.
If the subject is feminine singular, an -e is added to the past participle. If the subject is masculine plural, an -s is added to the past participle. If the subject is feminine plural, an -es is added to the past participle. I respond to the questions. Note that lui and leur, and not y, are used when the object refers to a person or persons.
Replacement of Places - there The French pronoun y replaces a prepositional phrase referring to a place that begins with any preposition except de for which en is used. Les hommes vont en France. The men go to France - The men go there. Note that en, and not y is used when the preposition of the object is de. However, if the subject were to act on someone else, the verb is no longer reflexive; instead the reflexive pronoun becomes a direct object.
Je m'habille: I get myself dressed. Je t'habille: I get you dressed. These pronouns are me, te, se, nous, and vous and are used as either direct objects or indirect objects, depending on the verb that they modify. There are three types of pronominal verbs: reflexive verbs, reciprocal verbs, and naturally pronominal verbs. Reflexive Verbs Reflexive verbs reflect the action on the subject. Je me lave. Nous nous lavons. Ils se lavent.
Reflexive verbs can also be used as infinitives. Je vais me laver. Je ne vais pas me laver. Reciprocal Verbs With reciprocal verbs, people perform actions to each other. Nous nous aimons. Naturally Pronominal Verbs Some verbs are pronominal without performing a reflexive or reciprocal action. Tu te souviens? Falloir is always used with the impersonal il only in the 3rd person singular, whereas devoir can be used with all subject pronouns in all tenses.
Falloir expresses general necessities, such as "To live, one must eat" or "To speak French well, one must conjugate verbs correctly. Reflexive Verbs In perfect tenses, the past participles agree with the direct object pronoun, but not the indirect object pronoun, in gender and plurality. Therefore it would only agree when the reflexive pronoun is the direct object.
Also remember that the past participle does not agree with the direct object if it goes after the verb. Reciprocal Verbs Like reflexive verbs, the past participle of reciprocal verbs agrees in number and gender with the direct object if it goes before the verb. It therefore agrees with all reciprocal pronouns that function as direct objects. The reciprocal pronoun can also function as an indirect object without a direct object pronoun.
Naturally Pronominal Verbs In perfect tenses, these verbs agree with the direct object if it goes before the verb. Otherwise, the past participle agrees with the subject. Elle s'est souvenue. Le chien se couche. Note that assis e es , the past participle of s'asseoir to sit , does not change in the masculine plural form.
The most common -ger verb is manger. For manger and all other regular -ger verbs, the stem change is adding an e after the g. This only applies in the nous form. In this case, the change is made to preserve the soft g pronunciation rather than the hard g that would be present if the e were not included. As learned earlier, de and le contract combine into du, as de and les contract into des. Also, instead of du or de la, de l' is used in front of vowels. When speaking about food, the partitive article is used at some times while the definite article le, la, les is used at other times, and the indefinite article un, une in yet another set of situations.
In general "de" refers to a part of food a piece of pie whereas the definite article le refers to a food in general I like pie in general. The indefinite article refers to an entire unit of a food I would like a whole pie. When speaking about preferences, use the definite article: J'aime la glace. I like ice cream. We prefer steak. Vous aimez les frites You like French fries.
When speaking about eating or drinking an item, there are specific situations for the use of each article. I ate the whole pie. I ate a pie. I ate some pie. In the negative construction, certain rules apply. As one has learned in a previous lesson, un or une changes to de meaning, in this context, any in a negative construction. Similarly, du, de la, or des change to de in negative constructions. We ate a pie. We ate some pie. Note : Now you should understand better how that "Quoi de neuf?
G: En To say 'some of it' without specifying the exact object, the pronoun 'en' can be used. Additionally, 'en' can mean 'of it' when 'it' is not specified. For instance, instead of saying J'ai besoin d'argent, if the idea of money has already been raised, it can be stated as 'J'en ai besoin'. This is because en replaces du, de la or des when there the noun is not specifically mentioned in that sentence.
Like with 'me', 'te' and other pronouns, en meaning 'some' comes before the verb. Tu joues du piano? Non, je n'en joue pas Do you play piano? No, I don't play it. Vous prenez du poisson? Oui, j'en prends. Are you having fish? Yes, I'm having some. Oui, nous en avons Did you order some water? In France, bakeries only sell fresh bread. Do not confuse with le livre book. I would like V: Ordering G: -cer Verbs -cer verbs are regular -er verbs, but are also stem changing.
The most common -cer verb is commencer. Savoir is used to say that you know a fact or piece of information. G: Appeler Appeler is used to say what your name is. Appeler is a regular -er verb, but, as you may have noticed, is also stem changing. Lesson 3. This is a much more rigorous presentation of the French language. Several verb tenses will be introduced in this level, and there will now be more vocabulary sections in each lesson.
But we didn't decide to stop there! Also remember that if you would like to help develop this course, go to the lessons planning page. France, Industrial Rev. Je reviens de Paris. Feminine Regions, Countries, and Continents Most geographical areas are feminine Every French geographical area that ends in -e is feminine, with one or two exceptions. Every continent is feminine. Je vais en Espagne. Je vais au Texas. Masculine Countries Starting With a Consonant all countries that do not end in a silent e are masculine le Cambodge, le Mexique, le Zimbabwe, and le Mozambique are masculine au is used to say in, at, to for masculine countries beginning with a consonant Je vais au Portugal.
Check For Understanding Are all French countries ending in e feminine? What geographical areas use the preposition dans le? What prepositions do countries beginning with vowels use? What prepositions does the city of Quebec use? If you are referring to a person, as in an Arab person or a Chinese person, the French equivalent is un Arabe or un Chinois. However, if you are referring to the Arabic language or Chinese language, the French would not capitalize: l'arabe; le chinois.
If the nationality is used as an adjective, it is normally left uncapitalized; un livre chinois, un tapis arabe. Review the grammar behind them. This time, make sure you know all the rules. The perfect tenses are also called the compound or composed tenses. The perfect tenses are all composed of a conjugated auxillary verb and a fixed past participle. J'ai fini. Je l'ai fini. Je l'ai finie. J'ai fini les jeux. Je les ai finis. Je les ai finies. In most circumstances, the auxillary verb is avoir. Note that when a direct object is used with these verbs, the auxillary verb becomes avoir.
The verb is reflexive. That is, the subject of the verb is also its object. List of Tenses There are seven perfect tenses in French. These are: 1. Le plus-que-parfait de l'indicatif The Pluperfect of the Indicative 3. Le plus-que-parfait du subjonctif The Pluperfect Subjunctive 4. Nous partirons en voiture et il y aura certainement beaucoup de bouchons sur l'autoroute. Vivement les vacances! You simply conjugate the first verb, then put the infinitive. Examples follow. J'aime lire le journal au lit I like to read the newspaper in bed. Vouloir Je veux aller au centre commercial I want to go to the mall.
However, when one uses vouloir to request something of someone else, one must use the subjunctive. Je veux que tu fasses la vaisselle I want you to do the dishes. Pouvoir Faire Causitif Audio : french native speaker The faire causitif is formed by conjugating faire and adding an infinitive. Futur Proche The future proche tense is formed by conjugating aller in the present indicative and adding an infinitive Je vais aller. Pronouns Pronouns come before the verb they modify, which is not necessarily the first verb in a sentence Je vais le voir.
Negation Either the conjugated verb or the infinitive can be negated, each meaning slightly different things. Je n'aime pas marcher. J'aime ne pas marcher. Je n'ai plus de travail et j'en cherche tous les jours.
Je lis les petites annonces et j'envoie des lettres de candidature. Mais aujourd'hui, j'ai obtenu un entretien d'embauche. Avec un peu de chance, j'obtiendrai le travail What makes this somewhat easy is that verbs with similar endings normally have similar future stems. For example, the future stem of the verb venir is viendr-. Verbs like venir devenir, revenir have a very similar stem deviendr-, reviendr-. The subject is not used when giving a command. Formation Take away the ending and add on the following shown in the table. Nous -ons Parlons! Vous -ez Parlez!
Don't speak! Ne regarde jamais le soleil! Never look at the sun! G: Adverbs French adverbs, like their English counterparts, are used to modify adjectives, other adverbs, and verbs or clauses. They do not display any inflection; that is, their form does not change to reflect their precise role, nor any characteristics of what they modify.
Formation In French, as in English, most adverbs are derived from adjectives. In most cases, this is done by adding the suffix -ment "-ly" to the adjective's feminine singular form. I am ill. I have a headache. I am fevrish J'ai mal au ventre. Je vomis. Je tousse. I cough Le docteur Comment allez-vous? Prenez de l'aspirine. Vous avez une carie. Il va enlever la dent J'ai un appareil dentaire. Je vais utiliser la roulette. C'est grave! Je vais aux urgences.
J'ai eu un accident de voiture. When you're sick, tu es malade. I have a headache ; J'ai mal aux dents My teeth hurt. For example, in te phrase Je les ai eus, or I had them, the past participle would be spelled eus if the direct object, les, was referring to a masculine object, and eues if les is referring to a feminine object.
The man gives some bread to Pierre. The following table shows the various types of direct object pronouns: French me, m' te, t' lui nous vous leur English to me1 to you1 to him, to her to us1 to you1 to them Notes: 1 me, te, nous, and vous are also used as direct objects to mean me, you, us, and you respectively.
Pierre gets the given apple indirect. Note that lui and leur, and not y, are used when the the object refers to a person or persons. Replacement of Places - there The French pronoun y replaces a prepositional phrase referring to a place that begins with any preoposition except de for which en is used. Note that en, and not y is used when the object is of the preposition de. En Note how we say Je veux du pain to say 'I want some bread'? But what happens when we want to say 'I want some' without specifying what we want? In these cases, we use the pronoun 'en'. As well, 'en' can mean 'of it' when 'it' is not specified.
For instance, instead of saying J'ai besoin de l'argent, if the idea of money has already been raised, we can just say 'J'en ai besoin'.
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This is because what en does is replace du, de la or des when there is nothing after it. These are: The pronouns are attached the the verb with a hyphen. Me and Te become moi and toi. Le, la, and les precede all other object pronouns. An example in English being: "We were singing when Dad came home. Every other verb uses the nous form of the present indicative as its root. Elle est ta voiture? Tenses affected by this rule: -yer Verbs -yer verbs are regular -er verbs. However, when y is part of the last syllable, it changes to i in order to keep the ay sound.
Tenses affected by this rule: commencer -ger Verbs An e is added after the g in the nous form. France , centre d'achats m. Either the conjugated verb or the infinitive can be negated each with slightly different meanings. In perfect tenses, the past participles agree with the direct object pronoun, but not the indirect object pronoun, in gender and plurality.
Like reflexive verbs, the past participle of reciprocal verbs agrees in number and gender with the direct object if it goes before the verb. In perfect tenses, these verbs agree with the direct object if it goes before the verb. Some verbs have different meanings as pronominal verbs. The imperfect is used for past habitual actions Quand j'etais petite, je jouais au foot. La lune brillait. This does not mean that the action had to happen over a very short time, but that it is understood as a single punctual event, now finished. Examples: Les singes criaient violemment lors de ma visite du zoo When I visited the zoo, the monkeys were loud.
In English, this is used in a phrase like "I had given him the toy before he went to sleep. The plus-que-parfait can be used to indicate the occurrence of one before the other. In French, the plus-que-parfait is formed by conjugating the auxiliary verb in the imparfait and adding the past participle. I spoke French on one particular occasion. I spoke French during a period of time, and I don't speak French any more.
We passed the test. He was my friend when. Ils ont fait leurs devoirs. They did their homework. Il est venu. He came and I don't need to say when Il vint le lendemain. He came the day after. He had already come. It should be noted that these examples are making use of all the possible past tenses; not just the plus-que-parfait.
I danced. Tu -as Tu dansas. You danced. Il -a Il dansa. He danced. They danced. Infinitive Stem Je Others must be memorized. L'homme qui l'a fait est ici. If que is followed by a vowel, it is shortened to qu'. Il est l'homme qu'il a vu. It is used to express what you would have done if a certain condition had been met I would have gone to school. I am more intelligent than you Je suis moins intelligent que toi. I am less intelligent than you Je suis aussi intelligent que toi.
I am as intelligent as you. Adverbs Sub. Formation The future perfect is a perfect tense, and therefore consists of an auxiliary verb and a past participle. Past Part. This construction is used to say that before an event occurs, something else "will have" occurred by that time. Il existe aussi de nombreux candidats soutenus par aucun parti. Il y a souvent entre 10 et 15 candidats au premier tour. Y a-t-il des candidats qui ne sont pas soutenus par un parti? English translation: on the long way everything is white of snow an old mister moved forward with his stick in his hand and there's nothing but the wind which whistles between the branches inspires him with romance that he sings little child : chorus live the wind , live the wind live the winter wind that goes whistling , breathing between the big fir trees oh!
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Mon beau sapin. Mon beau sapin tes verts sommets M'offrent la douce image. English translation: My beautiful pine, king of the forests That I like your greenness When by the winter woods and fallow lands Their attractions are totally stolen My beautiful pine, king of forests You keep your decoration You that Christmas planted at our home The holy birthday Nice pine, like their sweet And your candies, and your toys You that Christmas planted at our home You spread the light My beautiful pine, your green peaks And their loyal shadow The faith that never lies The constancy and the peace My beautiful pine, your green peaks The peaks offer the soft sensation.
My beautiful pine, king of the forests That i like your decoration And when the snow whitens your lines That your greenness disappear My beautiful pine, king of the forests You shine in the Azur. La marche des rois mages. English translation Early in the morning I came across the procession Of three great kings going on a journey. Early in the morning I came across the procession Of three great kinds on the great road. First there came The troop of guards, Armed men, with thirty little pages; First there came The troop of guards, Men armed atop their tunics Then, on a chariot Gilded on all sides, One sees three kings as modest as angels.
The star shines And leads the kings By long roads before a poor stable.
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