Our plans for Valentine's Day
French writing exercise

Nos plans pour la Saint-Valentin

Barnabé and Samia discuss their Valentine's Day plans.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"to pull out all the stops (= to bring my A game)", "to book", "a chalet", "in the mountains", "to cuddle", "the fireplace", "to go for romantic walks", "lovely (=delightful)", "I, on the other hand", "to thrill [someone]", "can't wait for [someone] to...".

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- Have you planned anything special for February 14? - This year, it will be our tenth Valentine's Day together, so I really must pull out all the stops. I booked a romantic little chalet in the mountains, not far from where Lucie and I met. We'll spend the weekend cuddling by the fireplace and going for romantic walks in the snow. - What a lovely plan! She's so lucky! I, on the other hand, don't know what I'll do yet. Audrey wants it to be a surprise, so she hasn't told me anything at all, which worries me and thrills me at the same time! - I can't wait for you to tell me everything on Monday!

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