Diary Entry 1998 – In 1998, students were asked to write about a dream that they had to fulfill.
Here are a few sentences to get you writing on the topic. As always, the full version is available to members of our Leaving Cert or Teacher plans.
DREAMS AVEZ-VOUS UN RÊVE À RÉALISER?
DO YOU HAVE A DREAM TO FULFILL? DIARY ENTRY 1998
Tout le monde a un rêve dans la vie.
Everyone has a dream in life.
Je rêve de finir cette année infernale et de commencer ma vraie vie, mais pour atteindre des rêves, il faut travailler.
I dream about finishing this awful year and starting my real life, but in order to attain our dreams, we have to work.
Je suis complètement de l’avis qu’un rêve peut être atteint.
I am completely of the opinion that a dream can be attained.
Il y a toujours ceux qui veulent casser nos espoirs en disant qu’une aspiration n’est rien qu’une chimère, mais cela n’est pas forcément vrai.
There are always those who want to wreck our hopes saying that an aspiration is nothing but a pipe-dream, but this is not strictly true.
Je passe mon temps cette année à faire des révisions et je fais de mon mieux afin d’atteindre mon rêve.
I am spending my time this year doing my revision, and I am doing my best in order to achieve my dream.
KEY GRAMMATICAL CONSTRUCTIONS
Avoir un rêve – To have a dream
Je rêve de – I dream of
Atteindre ses rêves – To attain one’s dreams
Je suis complètement de l’avis que – I am completely of the opinion that
Il y a toujours ceux qui – There are always those that/who
Cela n’est pas forcément vrai – This is not strictly true
Je passe mon temps à + verb in the infinitive – I spend my time
Je fais de mon mieux – I do my best
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