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By G. Mauger

Une méthode excellente pour apprendre le francais Les classes avec leurs histoires sur los angeles vie francaises vous emmenent en France des annees 50 et vous apportent dans une manière facile l. a. mentalité francaise. Les textes vous guident sans problèmes dans los angeles langue et los angeles grammaire francaises. Pas seulement une mèthode de langue mais aussi une advent perfecte dans une tradition.

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Thrown: jeté. width: largeur, ampleur, mesure de largeur. " Guenes had on a cloke of sable skin, And over it a veil Alexandrin; These he throws down, they're held by Blancandrin; But not his sword, he'll not leave hold of it, In his right hand he grasps the golden hilt. The pagans say. " AOI. XXXVI Before the King's face Guenes drawing near Says to him "Sire, wherefore this rage and fear? Seeing you are, by Charles, of Franks the chief, Bidden to hold the Christians' right belief. One half of Spain he'll render as your fief The rest Rollanz, his nephew, shall receive, French belief: conviction, croyance, foi.

Spoken: parlé. steeped: trempa, trempai, trempâmes, trempas, trempâtes, trempèrent, trempé. surely: certes, sûrement, d'abord, si, de manière sûre, de façon sûre. vassal: vassal. vassalage: vasselage, vassalité. " King Marsilies has heard and thanks him well. AOI. LXXIII An almacour is there of Moriane, More felon none in all the land of Spain. Before Marsile his vaunting boast hath made: "To Rencesvals my company I'll take, A thousand score, with shields and lances brave. " AOI. LXXIV From the other part, Turgis of Turtelose, He was a count, that city was his own; Christians he would them massacre, every one.

Valour: courage, valeur, vaillance. wastes: gaspille, prodigue, gâche. wisdom: sagesse, intelligence. % Says Oliver: "Behold and see, Rollanz, These are right near, but Charles is very far. On the olifant deign now to sound a blast; Were the King here, we should not fear damage. Only look up towards the Pass of Aspre, In sorrow there you'll see the whole rereward. " Answers Rollanz: "Utter not such outrage! Evil his heart that is in thought coward! " AOI. LXXXVIII When Rollant sees that now must be combat, More fierce he's found than lion or leopard; The Franks he calls, and Oliver commands: "Now say no more, my friends, nor thou, comrade.

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