Who am I? (A2)
French writing exercise

Qui suis-je ?

Guess who this important figure of the French Resistance is.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"World War II", "to fight for one's country", "to be part of", "the French Resistance", "a pseudonym", "later", "to teach", "to share one's experience", "a duty", "to forget", "a book/movie about [someone]", "to die".

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How the test works

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During World War II, my husband and I fought for our country, France. We were part of the French Resistance. During the war, our pseudonyms were Catherine and Aubrac. We also worked with Jean Moulin. Later, I taught history in schools and I shared my experience with the students. It was my duty because we must never forget. There have been many books and movies about me. I died on 14th March 2007. My name is... Lucie Aubrac!

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