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    Exprimer ses sentiments


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    1. Nous avons le de vous annoncer la naissance de notre fille Marion.
    2. Merci de tout coeur ! Je vous dois une éternelle après tout ce que vous avez fait pour moi !
    3. Nous avons appris avec ton retour en France: n'étais-tu pas en poste pour trois ans en Irlande ?
    4. C'est souvent avec que je me souviens de mes vacances en Lozère. J'aimerais tant m'y trouver encore!
    5. Tes grands-parents ont toujours été très accueillants avec toi. Tu dois éprouver beaucoup de à leur égard.
    6. Nous savons que tu rêves de cet ordinateur, mais nous ne pouvons pas te l'offrir cette année, et espérons que ta ne sera pas très grande.








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