French Roll Call
I just got the sentence "C'est present" for "He is present" and it got me wondering: how do French children answer a roll call? In the U.S., when a teacher goes through the roll, children usually answer "here" or "present." Do French students say "ici" or "present" or something else? Do they do roll calls in France? Thank you in advance.
I thought you were going to ask whether we were here - how are you?
I don't know, do schools still do that? It was 'here' or 'yes' for us, as I didn't go to a fancy school, but later the teacher just looked around the room to check - it wouldn't surprise me if they are actually having to clock on now.