French Listening Resources : Emploi du Temps (Facile)


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Emploi du Temps (Facile)

 

 

Le lundi, j'ai cours de treize heures trente à quinze heures trente, puis une coupure de trente minutes. Et je reprends mes cours à seize heures, jusqu'à dix-huit heures trente.

Le mardi, j'ai trois heures de cours entre quatorze heures trente et dix-sept heures trente. Le mercredi, je travaille de treize heures à seize heures, puis j'ai une coupure de trente minutes. Et je reprends, donc, une heure jusqu'à dix-sept heures trente.

Enfin le jeudi, c'est la seule journée du mat... où je travaille le matin entre neuf heures trente et midi trente. Et voilà, ma semaine est finie.


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