Mice invasion
French writing exercise

Invasion de souris

Lisa and Paul are discussing options to get rid of Lisa's mice.


Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"a mouse", "to be gutted [US: really annoyed]", "to get rid of [something]", "to dig", "an exterminator", "to be overrun [by vermin]", "an ant", "Consider it done!".

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- They're back! I'm gutted [US: I'm really upset]! - Who[m] are you talking about? - Mice! We'd got rid of them last winter, but they must have dug another hole somewhere... - You have to have an exterminator come over. - I called them this morning, but they told me they wouldn't be able to come until next week! - I know a great one if you're interested. My grandmother's house was overrun by ants which had got inside all the cupboards. I'd never seen that, it was like in a horror movie! He came once, and in two hours, the problem was fixed! - That's exactly what I need! I need you to send me his number as soon as possible! - Consider it done!

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