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Anyone read (or is reading) any French books to help with their language skills? I've just started 'Les Ames grises' by Philippe Claudel
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The stranger by Albert Camus Although it is a part of our course, it's pretty great for learning the language as it's pretty simple and I'm really enjoying it so far
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The stranger by Albert Camus Although it is a part of our course, it's pretty great for learning the language as it's pretty simple and I'm really enjoying it so far
Hi, sorry it took so long for me to reply! Yeah, it really does help with learning the language. I'll have to check out that book, because I feel the one I've chosen is a little too advanced for me; I can only vaguely understand what is going on. Still, I'm going to try and persevere with it. Before, I read 'Le Petit Prince' which is a children's book and I understood that a lot better.

What course are you doing (A-levels or uni)? I'm doing A2 French (AQA).
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Hey! Sorry I didn't reply sooner, I'm doing A2 with AQA too Didn't your teacher choose a piece of literature for you to study? ours just happened to be L'etranger so I got lucky haha and its meant to be similar to Le Petit Prince in terms of difficulty so definitely pick it up
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