Politics – Lesson 5

Vocabulary

Budgets – budgets
Conflit – conflict
Organisation – organization
Maire – mayor
Candidates – candidates

Sentences

Ce pays a une grande dette envers toi – That country owes you a great debt
Ce pays est en conflit avec ses voisins – That country has got a conflict with its neighbors
Ce pays n’est pas en conflit avec ses voisins – That country does not have a conflict with its neighbors
Ces gens sont le personnel de l’organisation – These people are the organization’s staff
C’est à propos de la dette du pays – It is about the debt of the country
Comment faire sans budget? How to do without a budget?
Elle n’a jamais perdu une seule élection – She has never lost one single election
Elle est membre de cette organization – She is a member of this organization
Est-il le maire? Is he the mayor?
Il est le maire du village – He is the mayor of the village
Il gagne les élections – He wins the elections
Il n’a jamais perdu une seule élection – He has never lost one single election
La dette du pays est trop importante – The country’s debt is too important
L’adjoint du maire aime le café – The mayor’s assistant likes the café
Le maire a déjà quelques idées pour l’année prochaine – The mayor already has a few ideas for next year
Le candidat se présente pour être maire – The candidate runs for mayor
Le conflit dure trente ans – The conflict lasts thirty years
L’élection est demain – The election is tomorrow
Les budgets deviennent de plus en plus importants – The budgets become more and more important
On sait très peu de choses sur ces organizations – We know very few things about these organizations
Quel candidat! What a candidate!
Quelles sont ces organisations? Which are these organizations?
Quelles sont les politiques de ces organisations? What are the policies of these organizations?
Toutes les relations ont des conflits – All relationships have conflicts

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