Buzz Aime Les Abeilles
10th - 11th
Part of becoming fluent in another language is being able to read and comprehend the language. Intermediate or early advanced learners read the page-long passage provided here and complete the reading comprehension questions that follow. There's also a question that asks learners to do a bit of writing.
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