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BOOKS FOR TEENAGE GIRLS: The French Assistant (funny books for teens, teen books, free teen books, books for girls, humour book, teen and young adult books, funny books for women)

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Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Prime members can read this book for free. Marianne, a young French student, realised her dream to live in England when she became a French Assistant in a secondary school in London. She thought she knew everything about England until she actually lived there. She soon faced problems that she had never had before like: how do you deal with a mo Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Prime members can read this book for free. Marianne, a young French student, realised her dream to live in England when she became a French Assistant in a secondary school in London. She thought she knew everything about England until she actually lived there. She soon faced problems that she had never had before like: how do you deal with a monolingual English boyfriend, a gay landlord with an invasive family, a flatmate who believes she is the reincarnation of Beyonce, a boring job and the whole thing with no bank account and no money in one of the most expensive capital cities of the world? Marianne tries to break the code of British society but it’s a long way to go when the entente cordiale is threatened by ‘beans and bacon’ cultural shock. Extract: I rushed to the first floor with the little energy I still had in my feet. The kids were there, sitting in silence, looking at their fingers, waiting for the fatal moment when Miss Peggy would call their names. That’s when the door opened behind me. I heard her calling: « Clifford! ». The kid stood up in a reluctant mood, draining the chair behind him like a slave chain attached to his ankle. He looked pitiful, desperate, his whole body moaning movement epitomised perfectly his inner feeling of mental mutilation. His soul was probably still sitting on the chair. His physical envelope only would be sacrificed to the French teacher. I could hear his neurons screaming: « they won’t have me! FREEDOOOOOM! ». Other kids dared to look at him with one eye only, just in case involving both eyes would put them in the next train for torture. You never know. They felt for him, with a huge sense of relief, as their body and soul were screaming: « Phew! It wasn’t me! ». Clifford opened the door in a never ending slow motion movement. The creaking of the door gave us a chill. It was the last time we would see him. When the door shut behind him, he was out of sight, and fell in the dark hole of destiny. He alone could change the course of time. I was about to pray in silence for him when a student grabbed my shirt with heavy tears in the voice. — Miss, he’s my brother, PLEAAAAASE!


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Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Prime members can read this book for free. Marianne, a young French student, realised her dream to live in England when she became a French Assistant in a secondary school in London. She thought she knew everything about England until she actually lived there. She soon faced problems that she had never had before like: how do you deal with a mo Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Prime members can read this book for free. Marianne, a young French student, realised her dream to live in England when she became a French Assistant in a secondary school in London. She thought she knew everything about England until she actually lived there. She soon faced problems that she had never had before like: how do you deal with a monolingual English boyfriend, a gay landlord with an invasive family, a flatmate who believes she is the reincarnation of Beyonce, a boring job and the whole thing with no bank account and no money in one of the most expensive capital cities of the world? Marianne tries to break the code of British society but it’s a long way to go when the entente cordiale is threatened by ‘beans and bacon’ cultural shock. Extract: I rushed to the first floor with the little energy I still had in my feet. The kids were there, sitting in silence, looking at their fingers, waiting for the fatal moment when Miss Peggy would call their names. That’s when the door opened behind me. I heard her calling: « Clifford! ». The kid stood up in a reluctant mood, draining the chair behind him like a slave chain attached to his ankle. He looked pitiful, desperate, his whole body moaning movement epitomised perfectly his inner feeling of mental mutilation. His soul was probably still sitting on the chair. His physical envelope only would be sacrificed to the French teacher. I could hear his neurons screaming: « they won’t have me! FREEDOOOOOM! ». Other kids dared to look at him with one eye only, just in case involving both eyes would put them in the next train for torture. You never know. They felt for him, with a huge sense of relief, as their body and soul were screaming: « Phew! It wasn’t me! ». Clifford opened the door in a never ending slow motion movement. The creaking of the door gave us a chill. It was the last time we would see him. When the door shut behind him, he was out of sight, and fell in the dark hole of destiny. He alone could change the course of time. I was about to pray in silence for him when a student grabbed my shirt with heavy tears in the voice. — Miss, he’s my brother, PLEAAAAASE!

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