Hello, some sayings from all around the world and a quote. Again, feel free to critize. 🙂 My favourite is the number 2. Edit: changes made.
Hello, first paragraph of the book of short stories, “Lettres de mon moulin” by Alphonse Daudet. (I’m not very happy about my “lapin”, the “p” curves difficultly…) Again feel free to criticize… Edit: changes made.
Hello, a long time ago existed a blog full of interesting texts, insights, wits, thoughts, humour… It hasn’t completely disappeared because its pages have been saved in another website. The name of the blog was: cheztom.com Here is one of the texts you could find on this blog: Edit: a little change made…
Hello, as the first part was perfect because no mistakes have been found, I resume and conclude the story. This story is — more or less — an education to courtship. Edit: the changes have been made.
Hello, here is a nice African fairy tale. It has been written into French by a well-known writer, Henri Gougaud who collected a lot of meaningful stories. I will post it in two parts… For the numbers, I will remove them later… when there will be no corrections to be made. So… by kind permission…
Hello, here are some quotes from Albert Einstein, not the most well-known, I think… Again, feel free to criticize… (must I say it?) 🙂 Edit: changes made.
Hello, Here is a Persian poem, whose poetic form is called Ghazal. I will send later the link where I found this poem… I didn’t find the name of the author on this page. Edit: Changes made.
A short transcription of the beginnig of a news article from Le Monde, about the (almost former) Algerian president. This time I have been more careful about using the proper brief forms. The question marks indicate the words I wasn’t sure about (re. my other post about the -ien endings, among othe doubts). Anyway I’ll…
Hello, I want to write the word gestion (which I pronounce jes-t-ion), which I haven’t found either in my (unfinished) readings. Is there a -tion (pronounced TION not SION) special ending? Also, I’m not sure about the ending -ien as in lien, algérien, entretien. Is it written the same way as “ion” (i-n) ? Thanks!
Hello, some quotes from Tristan Bernard, an French author famous for his humour… 🙂 Edit: Updates made.