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Hi, I'm currently taking level 2 French at school and I was wondering if these translations were correct?
1.Hi Sarah, Michelle and Crystal. I want to invite you to spend the week at my cottage. Can you come tomorrow night? = Salut Sarah, Michelle et Crystal. Je veux vous invitons ŗ passer le semaine ŗ mon chalet. Pouvez-vous venir demain soir?
2. Thank you, I may be able to go. I donít have any plans for the week. = Merci, je puis capable díaller. Je níai pas de plans pour la semaine.
3. Great. Michelle can you come? = Bon. Michelle, peux-tu aller?
4. Sorry, Iím not able to go. I have to visit my grandparents. = Dťsolť, je ne peux pas aller. Je dois rendre visite ŗ mes grand-parents.
5. Thatís too bad. Can you go Crystal? =Cíest dommage. Pouvez aller Crystal?
6.I want to go but Iím supposed to finish my homework assignment. It needs to be done by Monday. = Je veux aller mais je dois finir mes devoirs. Il doit Ítre fait díici lundi.
7. Can you go to my cottage next week? =Pouvez-vous aller ŗ mon chalet la semaine prochaine?
8. Yes, Iíll be able to go because I have no plans for next week. =Oui, jíai pourrai aller parce que je n'ai pas de plans pour la semaine prochaine.
9. Good. Sarah Iíll see you tomorrow and Iíll see you next week Crystal. = Bon. Sarah je te vois demain et je te vois Crystal la semaine prochaine.
10. Thank you for the invite. I canít wait to go. Goodbye. = Merci pour líinvitation. Je suis impatient. Au revoir.

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Hi Katy

See below my remarks in capital letters.

I hope this helps

Cheers

Caro
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1.Hi Sarah, Michelle and Crystal. I want to invite you to spend the week at my cottage. Can you come tomorrow night? = Salut Sarah, Michelle et Crystal. Je veux vous INVITER (2ND VERB - AFTER VOULOIR - IS INFINITIVE) ŗ passer lA semaine DANS mon chalet. Pouvez-vous venir demain soir?

2. Thank you, I may be able to go. I donít have any plans for the week. = Merci, je PEUX VENIR. Je níai pas de PROJETS pour la semaine. CHECK THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ALLER AND VENIR.

3. Great. Michelle can you come? = SUPER or CHOUETTE. Michelle, peux-tu VENIR?

4. Sorry, Iím not able to go. I have to visit my grandparents. = Dťsolť, je ne peux pas VENIR. Je dois rendre visite ŗ mes grand-parents.

5. Thatís too bad. Can you go Crystal? =Cíest dommage. PEUX TU VENIR Crystal?

6.I want to go but Iím supposed to finish my homework assignment. It needs to be done by Monday. = J'AIMERAIS BIEN VENIR mais je dois finir mes devoirs. IlS doiVENT (PLURAL) Ítre fait díici lundi.

7. Can you go to my cottage next week? =Pouvez-vous VENIR DANS mon chalet la semaine prochaine?

8. Yes, Iíll be able to go because I have no plans for next week. =Oui, JE pourrai VENIR parce que je n'ai pas de plans/PROJETS pour la semaine prochaine.

9. Good. Sarah Iíll see you tomorrow and Iíll see you next week Crystal. = SUPER/CHOUETTE. Sarah je te vois demain et CRYSTAL je te vois  la semaine prochaine.

10. Thank you for the invite. I canít wait to go. Goodbye. = Merci pour líinvitation. Je suis impatientE. Au revoir.

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