Dreaming of Paris
French writing exercise

Rêver de Paris

Grégory imagines his ideal Valentine's Day proposal.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"to afford [something]", "to take [someone] [somewhere]", "to stroll", "an art gallery", "to go for a meal", "a bistrot", "afterwards", "to propose to [someone]", "to get down on one knee", "an engagement".

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This year, if I could afford it, I would like to take my Valentine to Paris. We would stroll along the Seine, and we'd go to art galleries together. We could also go for a meal in a good bistrot. And afterwards, I would finally propose to her. I would take her to a charming little park, and I would get down on one knee. She would be so surprised! She'd say yes, of course, then we would take a boat, and we would celebrate our engagement while drinking champagne!

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