Who am I?

"Qui suis-je ?"
French A2 writing exercise

Guess who this important figure of the French Resistance is.

Pay attention to the hints!

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "World War II", "to fight for one's country", "to be part of", "the French Resistance", "a pseudonym", "later", "to teach", "to share one's experience", "a duty", "to forget", "a book/movie about [someone]", "to die".

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During World War II, my husband and I fought for our country, France. We were part of the French Resistance. During the war, our pseudonyms were Catherine and Aubrac. We also worked with Jean Moulin. Later, I taught history in schools and I shared my experience with the students. It was my duty because we must never forget. There have been many books and movies about me. I died on 14th March 2007. My name is... Lucie Aubrac!

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