Visit to Disneyland Paris
French writing exercise

Visite de Disneyland Paris

Tristan can't wait to visit the famous theme park for the first time!

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"actually", "first-ever", "once over there", "a classic attraction", "to get lost", "Alice in Wonderland", "a maze", "iconic", "Sleeping Beauty", "the basement", "a dragon", "can't wait to [do]", "the haunted manor", "to jump with fright", "to cry with laughter", "to stand [somewhere]", "to immortalise", "a logo".

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Next week, I'll go to Disneyland Paris with my cousin Lila. Though I've dreamt of going there for years, it will actually be my first-ever visit, and I know exactly what I want to do once over there. I'll start with the classic attractions. I'll get lost in Alice in Wonderland's maze. I'll visit the iconic Sleeping Beauty's castle, in the basement of which lies the evil dragon. And of course, I can't wait to discover the haunted manor which will make me jump with fright and cry with laughter! And before leaving, I'll stand proudly at the park's entrance so that my cousin can immortalise this visit by taking a souvenir picture of me with the famous Disney logo.

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