In J’ai six ans, the fourth Luc and Sophie book, Luc and Sophie are at the swimming pool. Sophie introduces herself to Nadine and they find out how old they both are. As with many siblings, Sophie is not happy when her older brother tries to join in the conversation!
When Barbara Scanes, the author of Learn French with Luc et Sophie, suggested writing stories to teach French from Year 3, I wasn’t sure how it would work. Would we be able to make the storylines simple enough, while being engaging at the same time? I needn’t have worried.
While you’re at Language World, I hope you’ll also come see the Brilliant Publications’ stand as we have some great offers for you …
We are always delighted when we start to see baby lambs in the field behind our office. Sometimes it’s difficult to stop them being a distraction!
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