Matilda

La fille marchent le long de la route ensoleille. Les fleurs fleurirent, et les oiseaux chantent. La fille s’appelle Matilda. Elle a une enfance tres triste. Les parents de Matilda etaient morts. Depuis, elle ne parle pas.

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“Matilda, Matilda! Ou est tu? Viens, viens!” le maman de Matilda crie. “Oui, oui, Maman!” parle Matilda. “Quelle?”
“Matilda, ma chere, nous allons a la magasin. “Tu es une bonne fille, ne casses pas n’importe quoi.”
“Oui, Maman. Au revoir!”
“Ciao, ma chere!”

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LES NOUVELLES

“UNE FEMME ET UN HOMME MOURIENT. DANS UNE ACCIDENT DU VOITURE.”

Matilda crie. Elle etait seul.

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  1. Thanks a lot for the comment. It was really a challenge writing in french, but I thought I’d try it anyway, and it turned out to be fun. The advice really helped, and I’ll really pay attention to my tenses. Thanks again. I really appreciate the comment.

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  2. Wow it’s nice to see you again, and I really appreciate your attempt in writing a post in French. Takes lots of courage. Even I can’t trully attempt this yet and, speak and write French fairly accurately. So if I have to give an advice: don’t mix up the tenses. French is full of tenses that makes it so complicated and most tenses can’t be mixed. At one moment, you talked in the past, then present then future and back to present continuous. It left me confused.
    But the story is good. I like it so bravo 👏 Great post 👏

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