I’ll give you some sentences to translate into French
- I’ll show you where you make mistakes
- I’ll keep track of what you need to practise
- Change my choices if you want
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Nowadays, these three words are part of the French patrimony, but when did France officially adopt this motto? Enlightenment philosophers often associated the two concepts of freedom and equality, but it was during the French Revolution that the three words were used together for the first time. In 1793, Parisians started to paint on their houses' façades: "Unity and Indivisibility of the Republic: Liberty, Equality, Fraternity or Death." The motto then disappeared for most of the 19th century. Finally, in 1871, it became the French Republic's official motto and has remained so until today.