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Paris o’clock 042920 Quiz 22: Heureusement

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    25 seconds, 48 words
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    ,. 'trouvequejurydusalonofficieletdecréersalonquiontétérefusésparsalonofficiel.
    ,changementdansartistique. 'empereurNapoléontrouvequejurydusalonofficieletdécidedecréersalonlespeintresquiontétérefusésparsalonofficiel.

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    Fortunately…

    Fortunately, I have time to spend on things I want to do. Like learning French. And building a website. And making the most of things, or trying to.

    If you’re benefitting from any of these posts on this site, then I am grateful. I hope we can continue to improve our French together.

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    Heureusement, en 1863, il y a un grand changement dans ce monde artistique en France.

    L’empereur Napoléon III trouve que le jury du salon officiel est trop strict et il décide de créer un nouveau salon pour tous les peintres qui ont été refusés par le salon officiel.

    Fortunately, in 1863, there is a big change in this artistic world in France.

    Emperor Napoleon III finds that the jury of the official salon is too strict and he decides to create a new salon for all the painters who have been refused by the official salon.

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    Heureusement

    changement

    ce monde artistique

    III trouve

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