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Paper 2 French IB

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Mercredi, le trois Novembre Cher mon petit journal, Je m'excuse de ne pas t'avoir �crire plut�t dans la semaine, mon petit journal, car j'ai trop de devoirs, alors, je suis tr�s occup�e. En plus, mes parents toujours font des remarques critiques sur comment je m'habille (c'est toujours la m�me histoire depuis l'ann�e derni�re!!) ...read more.


Bien que je sois assez mature, mais toute la m�me, mes parents pensent que je suis un b�b�. Alors, mes parents me veulent de porter les v�tements qu'ils ach�tent. Donc, je pense que mes parents sont toujours sur mon dos et �a me tape sur les nerfs ! Alors, j'ai seize ans et � mon avis, je peux porter ce que je veux quand je veux, tu te rends compte journal ?? ...read more.


Comme d'habituellement, je mets des shorts ! Cependant, mes parents ne me permettent pas parce qu'ils pensent que c'�tait trop froid (c'�tait 20'C !! C'ETAIT TRES CHAUD !!). Ile ne peuvent pas me l�cher les baskets ?? �a me prend la t�te et je n'en peux plus !! Aide-moi, journal !! Bonne, il est tard, il faut que j'aille me coucher. Merci de m'avoir �cout�, journal, tu es vraiment le seul qui me comprenne. (306 mots) ...read more.

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