A busy weekend ahead
French writing exercise

Un weekend chargé en perspective

Olivier sums up his busy schedule for the weekend.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"to pick up [someone]", "to drop [someone] off", "a table seating plan", "a florist", "to sort [something] out", "a caterer", "to be on site", "so much".

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My busy weekend is starting as early as Friday evening. I have to pick up my parents at the train station, where they will arrive around 9pm. Then, I'll drop them off at their hotel, while Lisa finishes preparing the table seating plan for Saturday. The next morning, I'll have to get up very early as I'll have to clean the whole house. Then, at 10am, I'll go to the florist, with whom I have to decide how to place the bouquets on the tables. Once I've sorted this out, I'll need to speak to the caterer who will already be on site. I don't think there will be a problem, but I want so much for everything to be perfect!

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