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Yet, in recent years, the hypermarket seems to have become as big an attraction for the visitor, and to be just as characteristically French in its own way. The following pair of texts present aspects of these two very different sides of shopping in France. ' interroge Ie marchand de legumes. En griffonnant Ie compte, iI trouve Ie temps de glisser un mot aimable. Le seul de la journee pour la 'petite dame', car elle vit seule. 'Mes clients, c'est devenu ma famille', dit Ie gros Marcel, rose comme ses jambons.

Regardez tout particulierement ce qui se trouve hauteur des yeux. Notez les prix. Sortez et regagnez votre voiture. a In fact, you decided not to follow these instructions, but write down what you would have done, if you had obeyed. For example: J'aurais fait tout Ie parcours, etc. iiJ Isabelle discusses with Elisabeth the pros and cons of shopping in markets or supermarkets. Isabelle: Alors, ta preference, c'est d'aller au marche, non? Elisabeth: Qui, pour les legumes frais, pour les fruits, les oeufs.

C) On en parlait depuis Noel. (d) On s'installa dans deux chambres. (e) On etait plus entasses qu'a Paris. (f) On mangeait ades tables separees. (g) On n'avait rien afaire du matin au soir. (h) II y avait un tele pour les moments creux. 3 Rewrite the following passage inserting punctuation and accents as required. Je ne vois pas comment on aurait pu faire autrement vu qu'on se tombait dessus sans arret qu'on mangeait a une grande table midi et soir et qu'on allait aux memes endroits avec ca qu'on n'avait rien a faire puisque justement on eta it la pour ca et meme iI n'y avait pas de tele pour remplir les moments creux avant Ie repas alors ils se payaient des tournees.

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