It’s raining cats and dogs. It’s pissing down today and Samy is late! September 22nd.
- I think I can compare Malala to the Black people who fight for their rights.
- verbes present simple pluriel pas de ‘s’ ( he / she / it < singulier) / them : eux / their : à eux
- Malala looks a little like the Granny because they continue their fight even if it’s dangerous.
- She was attacked by Talibans but she continues to fight for girls in Pakistan.
- passive voice be (aux.) V-ed
- pluriel indéfini > sans ‘the’
- Talibans want to kill her because she wants to go to school.
- Malala wasn’t afraid to speak up for girls’ rights.
- do + not + have
- / doesn’t have any
- ous > adj / -ly : adv
- People love her and respect her for what she did.
- She wants to become an icon for women’s rights / freedom.
- She hasn’t got any superpower but she has got courage. / is courageous
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