Émile et moi (A1)
French writing exercise

Émile and I

Antoine talks about his imaginary friend, Émile.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"imaginary", "inseparable", "to really like [someone]", "because", "there", "for", "sad", "to give [someone] cuddles", "to tell a joke", "to laugh", "always", "to cry", "tears (crying)".

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My imaginary friend is called Émile. We are inseparable. I really like Émile because he is there for me. When I am sad, he gives me cuddles. When I tell a joke, he always laughs. And when I cry, he wipes away my tears. And you, do you have an imaginary friend? What's his name?

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