Qu'est que tu as fait pendant les vacances?

Pendant les vacances, je suis allé(e) au Canada pour visiter ma famille.

Il faisait beau tous les jours, donc j'ai passé la majorité de mon temps à la plage.

J'adore le Canada parce qu'il y a beaucoup de choses à faire, et les Canadiens sont très sympas.

L'année prochaine, je retournerai au Canada encore une fois et je crois que mon ami m'accompagnera aussi.

Tori M. A Level French tutor, 13 Plus  French tutor, GCSE French tuto...

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