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Le Chateau d'Etre Page 6 by anijess3 Le Chateau d'Etre Page 6 by anijess3
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Translation: After having dinner, we went to our bedroom and we stayed there until morning.

The title should be "Le Château d'Être Page 6" but it won't let me place the proper accents so my OCD will have to succumb. This is the sixth page of a project I did for my high school French class. I'm fairly certain this was my third year, which means it was the year of 2007-2008, but I could be wrong about that. Our project was to make something to help us remember the verbs manipulated by the verb "être" (to be) when they are used in the past tense. I had already made my "House of Être" (which I will probably upload as well...) so I decided to expand on that idea and make a pop-up book. There are probably some mistakes with my translation, I've tweaked the story of Harry Potter as well, and my pop-up skills aren't fabulous, but I still had lots of fun making this, and I think it's still pretty neat. This is the second pop-up book I've made for school, and I plan to post the first one I made soon. The characters, setting, and story (kinda) come from J.K. Rowling. The character design comes from Neil Cicierega and his wonderful Potter Puppet Pals. I used paper for the page and illustration, black Sharpie for the writing, felt for the bed curtains, and duct tape for the binding.

Characters, setting, story (c) J.K. Rowling
Character design (c) Neil Cicierega
Book (c) me
FaeTiger Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
You know you wrote nous twice right?
Otherwise I love the story it's simple and I can (surprisingly) understand everything without the translations
anijess3 Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Oops... well... I'm a little ashamed I didn't catch that sooner... Oh well. ^^;

I'm glad you enjoyed my story. There isn't much of a plot because it was mainly used as a way to remember which past tense verbs are affected by the verb Ítre. I'm happy you were able to read it all. I hope I didn't have too many mistakes. Thank you ever so much for all of the favorites as well! Merci beaucoup! >'.'< miau Jess
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