ASSIGNMENT ID
100312
SUBJECT AREA Other
DOCUMENT TYPE Speech / Presentation
CREATED ON 13th February 2017
COMPLETED ON 14th February 2017
PRICE
$30
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Expert hired: Wbrian

french-film/tv speaking assessment

I need FRENCH questions answered with English translation of question and your answers and at least 4 lines for each question pick a any movie that is common and out now to write about. the rest of instructions are in the attached file WRITTEN IN FRENCH
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