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In the 60's, people listened to the Beatles, Francois Hardy, Gilles Vigneault, Jacques Dutronc, Bridgitte Bardot, and Buffy Sainte-marie. The beatles was a soft rock band that formed in liverpool in the 1960's. John Lennon was the lead vocalist while Paul Mcartney was bass guitar, george harrison was the lead guitar, and Ringo star was the drums. Their smash hits were: Yellow submarine, Sgt. Peppers Lonely hearts, and "she loves you."

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    PLEASE HELP !! i really need this translated !

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    if anyone would have the heart to look up cars of the 60's and write out a small paragraph in french about them too, i would be forever grateful!!!

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    im begging you! somebody pleaaaaaase help me on this! i have about 5 hours before its due!!

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    Look at the time you posted these -- 3 and 4 am, Eastern time. I guarantee you that even our West Coast tutors are sound asleep at these hours!!

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    Dans les années 60, on écoutait les Beatles, François Hardy, Gilles Vigneault, Jacques Dutronc, Bridgitte Bardot, et Buffy Sainte-Marie. Les Beatles étaient un groupe de soft rock qui s'est formé à Liverpool dans les années 1960. John Lennon était le chanteur principal alors que Paul Mcartney était le bassiste George Harrison était le guitariste solo, et Ringo Star était à la batterie. Leurs plus grands tubes furent: Yellow Submarine (Sous-marin jaune), Sgt. Peppers Lonely hearts, et "she loves you”.

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    First of all this is NOT a translation site. We HELP with the homework. One would assume, if you received this as homework, that you could at least make an effort. We do not DO the work for you but HELP after you make an effort.

    If you GOOGLE cars of the 60's you should have no problem. Careful planning would give you sufficient time.

    Sra

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    P.S. In place of "furent" you might use "étaient" or "ont été" - especially if you haven't studied the passé simple. Your teacher might wonder where it came from!

    Sra

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    P.P.S.

    In case you would LIKE to learn about the passé simple:

    http://french.about.com/od/grammar/a/passesimple.htm

    Sra (aka Mme)

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