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Kiffe kiffe demain

An excellent, short novel to help young students of French get inside some of the problems hampering the progress of young second generation immigrants. Use the alevelfrench.com link to find material for exploiting the language of the book-page by page vocabulary, gapped summary, questions, contextualised grammar and speaking and writing examination preparation.


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Kiffe kiffe demain

Kiffe kiffe demain

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Artsworld interview with Faïza Guène. (first item in programme)

Guardian article in English on the writer.

Full page by page vocabulary, gapped summary, questions, contextualised grammar and speaking and writing examination preparation from alevelfrench.com

Detailed academic study of Kiffe kiffe demain on the Mémoire Online site

PDF from a French teacher giving background on the novel.

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