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French

Families

Worked answer with examiner's comments

Answer

 

LikesDislikesListen out for:Examiner's Comments
Suzanne
Raoul
Michel
Listen out for words which sound similar to English to help you. "Je me dispute" (I argue) is a good example.
Marie
Even if you can't remember "je m'entends bien avec..." (I get on well with), you are also told they often go to the cinema together, which suggests they get on well.
Laurent
Julien
There are two hints to help you to decide how Antoine feels about his uncle.
Elisa
Here are more words which sound very similar to English.

Georges

Réné

You might not remember "on s'entend donc bien tous les trois" (so the three of us get on well), but you can use the fact that he says they are "aussi passionné de football que moi" to guess that they have something in common.

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