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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    Merci merci :3 hésite jamais à me corriger surtout !! C'est comme ça que j'apprends (et c'est pour ça que je suis là haha) j'ai remarqué qu'il y a des gens qui osent pas me corriger des fois .. :P
    Dis moi si jamais y'a qch avec lequel t'as besoin d'aide en anglais
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    (Original post by rileystringer1)
    Dis moi si jamais y'a qch avec lequel t'as besoin d'aide en anglais
    Pour l'instant rien de particulier j'apprends réellement en faisant des fautes, mais si j'ai des questions je te demanderai merci c'est gentil
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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    yeah it's not fluid. I suggest you :

    Mais, malheureusement, ce n'est qu'un rêve. En réalité, je voudrais avoir des vacances à bord d'un sous-marin ! (In a submarine ? Or underwater ?) Ce serait éblouissant de s’endormir avec une vue sur l'océan et les superbes créatures nageant dans l'eau, aussi translucide qu'un diamant. Ce serait à couper le souffle !


    Rien à voir avec l'ambiance ennuyeuse de Londres * is correct. But if the teacher thinks you better not say it, that's because it's a difficult sentence to remember I think

    ohh ok
    I was trying to say that i want to have an underwater vacation.
    and yeah i will include 'rien a voir avec l'ambiance ennuyeuse de londres'
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    (Original post by bluepearl7)
    ohh ok
    I was trying to say that i want to have an underwater vacation.
    and yeah i will include 'rien a voir avec l'ambiance ennuyeuse de londres'
    Then say : vacances sous l'eau (less confusing than "vacances sous-marines" that was correct but your teacher might think you're trying to say "in a submarine" )

    Perfect ^^
 
 
 
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