Leaving Cert French Sentences on Inequality
LE MOVEMENT DES GILETS JAUNES – UNE MANIFESTATION CONTRE L’INÉGALITÉ
Je suis de l’avis que le mouvement des gilets jaunes est une manifestation contre l’inégalité.
I am of the opinion that the Yellow Vest movement is a demonstration against inequality.
Au niveau le plus élémentaire, les revendications des gilets jaunes sont multiples et contradictoires dans certains cas.
At its most basic level, the demands of the yellow vests are multiple and contradictory in certain cases.
Pour commencer leur manifestation a illustré une colère commune.
To begin, their demonstration illustrated a common anger.
Les gens ont dit que les inégalités en France sont devenues insupportables car elles enferment les plus pauvres dans la précarité sans perspective d’en sortir.
People said that inequalities in France have become intolerable because they lock the poorest into precariousness with no hope of getting out of it.
Il faut dire que les gilets jaunes expriment un profond sentiment d’injustice.
It must be said that the yellow vests express a profound feeling of injustice.
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KEY GRAMMATICAL CONSTRUCTIONS
Je suis de l’avis que – In my opinion
Au niveau le plus élémentaire – At its most basic level
Dans certains cas – In certain cases
Pour commencer – To begin
Illustrer – To illustrate or show
Devenir insupportable – To become intolerable
Sans perspective d’en sortir – With no hope of getting out of it
Il faut dire que – It must be said that
Exprimer un profond sentiment d’injustice – To express a profound feeling of injustice.
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