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    Dialogue : Describing the house


    Find the missing words / Retrouvez les mots ou groupes de motes manquants.

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    -Je vis dans une maison dans la parisienne. -De quoi est-elle composée? -Au , tu trouves la , la , le et la . -Où sont les ? -La de mes parents est située au premier sur le devant de la maison. Celles de mon frère et la mienne sont à l'arrière de la . -As-tu un ? -Oui, une partie sert de , l'autre partie de la est là où l'on peut jouer au billard. -Et le ? -Le jardin est situé à l' de la maison, il est plutôt grand. Une partie est composée d'une où nous faisons des barbecues. Nous avons aussi une piscine et tout au bout, nous avons un petit nous faisons pousser des légumes et où mon père a installé un petit .







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