A game of hide and seek
French writing exercise

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Linda and Christian are watching from afar a game of hide and seek between the children.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"to check [something]", "from here", "over there", "to count (numbers)", "a bush", "to be toast", "a hiding place", "to trust (have faith in)".

I’ll give you some sentences to translate into French

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- Have you seen the children? - Last time [that] I checked, they were having fun in the garden [US: yard]. From here, we can see them playing hide and seek. Look at Johanna over there who's counting with her eyes closed, behind that tree ! - Yes, I see her now! And Samuel is hiding behind the same bush as Vincent! If Johanna finds one of them, the other one is toast! - But where has Lola gone? - She must have found a great hiding place. Do you remember the day when no one could find her? - I trust Johanna, she'll find her!

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