Planning a camping trip
French writing exercise

Organiser un séjour en camping

Patricia and Alexandre are planning their camping weekend.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"to check", "the weather forecast", "to predict (weather)", "both [things]", "to pitch a tent", "a clearing (woods)", "to go paddleboating (lake)", "earplugs (noise)", "just in case", "an extra night", "out in the open (camping)", "to be last minute".

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- I've just checked the weather forecast for the weekend, and they're predicting nice weather both days! - You see, I told you so! I think we should pitch our tent by the lake. It will be a bit noisier than in the clearing, but we'll be closer to go paddleboating or swimming. - I agree, and I will take some earplugs just in case. When would you like to leave? - I will finish work early on Friday, so we could leave in the evening, which would give us an extra night out in the open! - OK, but in that case, we'll do the food shop on Thursday, so that it's not last minute.