My hotel room

"Ma chambre d'hôtel"
French A1 writing exercise

Lucas describes his Paris hotel room.

Pay attention to the hints!

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "a week", "a hotel room", "very", "a ceiling", "high (height)", "classic", "wallpaper", "a painting", "on the walls", "large", "a roof", "next to", "comfortable (object)", "a double bed", "an armchair", "velvet (fabric)", "a coffee table", "to sit [down]", "to admire", "a view", "to represent", "the charm".

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I am in Paris for a week, and my hotel room is very beautiful. The ceiling is very high and there is (some) classic wallpaper and (some) elegant paintings on the walls. The windows are large and we can see Paris's rooftops. Next to the comfortable double bed, there are two blue velvet armchairs and a small coffee table. We can sit and admire the view. This room really represents the charm of Paris.

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