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PERSONAL DESCRIPTION, FAMILY, FRIENDS AND PETS:

Bonjour, je m’appelle Marc/ Sophie. J’ai douze ans et je vais bientôt fêter mes treize ans. Ma famille et mois irons ( will go) au restaurant pour prendre un bon repas suivi d’un délicieux gâteau d’ anniversaire. Dans ma famille, il y a quatre personnes. Mon père, ma mère, ma sœur et moi. Ma mère est assez grande et elle a les cheveux longs et blonds. Elle est de taille moyenne et elle est jolie. Ma mère est gentille et elle s’occupe bien de moi. Elle adore jouer au tennis et faire de l’équitation. Mon père est très grand. Il a les yeux bleus et il a les cheveux courts et bruns. J’aime beaucoup mon père parce qu’il est sympa et on fait beaucoup d’activités ensemble. Par exemple, nous allons souvent voir des matchs de rugby le week-end quand les « Saints » jouent à Franklin’s gardens. J’ai également un animal à la maison. C’est un chien. Il est assez petit. Il est noir et blanc et il a quelques ( a few) tâches(Spots) sur le dos. Je joue souvent avec mon chien dans le jardin. Il adore aller chercher sa balle. Le week-end dernier, mon meilleur ami / meilleure amie est venu( e ) me rendre visite chez moi. Nous avons joué ensemble dans ma chambre avec mes jeux vidéo. Ensuite, nous avons regardé mon émission préférée à la télévision qui s’appelle « Doctor Who » . Mon ami ( e) est parti (e ) en fin d’après –midi. Le week-end prochain, moi et ma famille allons sortir en ville pour faire les magasins. Je veux acheter une nouvelle paire de baskets. J’ai également (also) besoin d’acheter un nouveau jean à la mode car le mien est usé. Ensuite, le soir nous allons aller voir un bon film au cinéma qui s’appelle « Avatar ». Ça va être génial.…...

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