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    Here is what i write, its about possible effects on holidays for British people if we leave the EU.
    Can someone please tell me whether this makes sense and please translate it for me if you can. I tried google translate, but some parts were translated incorrectly ad it didn't make sense.

    Ce sera donc surement plus difficile de se rendre en Europe. Beaucoup de gens seront ennuyes par cette situation. Surtout moi, j'ai prèvu de faire une croisière en croisière dans quelques annees. je suis donc le sortie de l'angleterre de l'union Europeenne.Il y aura plus d'inconvenients que d'avantages.


    I don't really understand what you are trying to say in your first sentence.
    Beaucoup de gens seraient (I think) énervé/fâché contre cette situation.
    Surtout moi car j'ai prévu de faire une croisière à l'avenir (I think...)
    Je suis donc CONTRE LA sortie de l'Angleterre de l'union européenne parce qu'il y a plus d'inconvénients que d'avantages.

    Don't trust all of my judgement, just a bored GCSE French student...
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