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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #9896
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    1. N'oubliez pas la réunion de demain, vous devez tous assister.
    2. Où est le papier j'ai écrit les horaires de train ?
    3. Un bateau se trouvaient 3000 tonnes de pétrole s'est échoué sur la côte.
    4. L'amant est un roman Marguerite Duras a gagné le prix Goncourt en 1984.
    5. La maison a vécu Victor Hugo de 1832 à 1848 se trouve place des Vosges à Paris
    6. Ces gadgets, je me suis attaché, sont des souvenirs de Tokyo.








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