A nostalgic walk
French writing exercise

Une promenade nostalgique

Bernard's neighbourhood has changed a lot over the years.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"a neighbourhood", "to change / a change", "at the end of the street", "to pass by [somewhere]", "a coffee shop", "sweets [US: candy]", "there", "to evolve", "positive", "a bench", "comfortable".

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My neighbourhood has changed a lot in forty-eight years. At the end of my street, I pass by the new coffee shop. When I was young, it was Mrs Poitier's bakery. We used to buy our sweets [US: candy] there. I've seen the neighbourhood evolve and there are also positive changes. For example, I like the new park because it's greener than before and its benches are prettier and more comfortable.

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