Ready for Easter
French writing exercise

Prêts pour Pâques

Christine and Baptiste discuss their plans for Easter.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"Easter", "almost", "to be big enough to [do]", "a unicorn", "a rocket(ship)", "so + [adjective]", "as usual", "an egg hunt", "to take place", "to be full of (food)", "a relaxed afternoon".

 

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- So Baptiste, is everything ready for Easter? - Almost! I went to buy all the chocolate last weekend. This year, Théo is big enough to go look for the eggs with his sister, so I had to buy more chocolate! But I found a chocolate unicorn for Lila and even a little chocolate rocket for Théo. They'll be so happy! And you? Where are you going for Easter weekend? - As usual, we'll be at my parents in the countryside. They'll take care of the egg hunt that will take place in their huge garden. The kids will be exhausted and full of chocolate, and us, we'll have a relaxed afternoon. Perfect, isn't it?

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