Le Manoir de Beaulieu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... story together, do a French spelling test (for lil and roo) and then more work..so it feels so full on at the moment. I am looking forward to when Paul and the girls are confident in their French and the pressure is off me a little and off us and the girls having to do all this extra work. However having said this, it does mean we spend masses amount more time with them. Working on their homework is improving my and Pauls French as we need to spend about 1 hour working it ...
... about 45 minutes or so and then we spent a couple of hours being gouged for as much money as possible by the carney folk. The girls had fun on the rides they went on and there was one super fast spinning thing that Olivia and Ruby wanted to go on so Jess and I had to as well. Just as I thought it was about to finish and it wasn't too bad it started to go backwards. I was very happy when the time came to get off although ...
... we were more worried about her. Having an English speaking friend is obviously really helpful for her as she brings her into a little group of her friends so she seems to be fitting in quickly. Her and Ruby are both so clever and we are already able to see they have picked one or two things up and I don't think they even realise that they are. The twins also, today they told us that they don't get taught any French ...
... a bit more trouble and it sounded like she had been left to get on with it all without much help from her teacher and she said she didn't really have much idea what was going on. She wasn't overly keen on going back but we did manage to persuade her. Jess then spent the afternoon labelling half of our house in French so that the girls and I would become used to words. She's not one to let a problem develop is Jess, if there is a problem it needs to be solved and ...
... give a bad first impression. She could barely remove her ipod from her ears and didn't seem to want to spare any of her time to say hello. The impression was that it was going to be a big pain for her to have to teach a student who didn't speak the language. I guess I expected that although we are in France without speaking much French that that the teachers would be able to muster at least a 'hello' in English but they just rattled along in ...