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I'm still doubting about the true/false activity you corrected yesterday.
I need to motivate my choice.

1) Lorenzo says: "I’m not very fond of French and English. I think learning foreign languages takes a lot of time and you have to revise too often. If you don’t, it’s very easy to forget what you have learn. Maths is okay –sometimes - I really like PE and my new geography teacher is great – she tells some good jokes – so our lessons are fun this year. I wish all my teachers were like her."


1) Lorenzo thinks that learning English is difficult: incorrect (he says it takes a lot of time.)
2) Lorenzo prefers geography lessons to English lessons. (he says that his geography teacher is great so he likes his lessons: correct??)

  • English -

    Sentence 3 = what you have learned.

    Rather than Maths (it sounds plural), Math is better as the singular.

    1 and 2 are correct, BUT English IS hard to learn!

    Sra (aka Mme)

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