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"On Sunday, I go to the market in the morning, and I spend the afternoon in the kitchen, preparing a nice meal for the evening." in French

Le dimanche, je vais au marché le matin, et je passe l’après-midi dans la cuisine, à préparer un bon dîner pour le soir.

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The French translation for “On Sunday, I go to the market in the morning, and I spend the afternoon in the kitchen, preparing a nice meal for the evening.” is Le dimanche, je vais au marché le matin, et je passe l’après-midi dans la cuisine, à préparer un bon dîner pour le soir.. The French, Le dimanche, je vais au marché le matin, et je passe l’après-midi dans la cuisine, à préparer un bon dîner pour le soir., can be broken down into 23 parts:"the (masculine)" (le), "Sunday" (dimanche), "I" (je), "go; am going" (vais), "to the; at the (masculine)" (au), "market" (marché), "the (masculine)" (le), "morning" (matin), "and" (et), "I" (je), "pass" (passe), "the afternoon" (l’après-midi), "in; into" (dans), "the (feminine)" (la), "kitchen" (cuisine), "at" (à), "to prepare" (préparer), "a (masculine)" (un), "good (masculine singular)" (bon), "dinner" (dîner), "for; to" (pour), "the (masculine)" (le) and "evening" (soir).

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There is 1 example of the French word for "On Sunday, I go to the market in the morning, and I spend the afternoon in the kitchen, preparing a nice meal for the evening." being used:

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