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Why Bastille Day is vital to French men and women

By Vision Reporter

Added 14th July 2014 07:14 PM

The French Bastille Day, is a time for the French, as a Nation, to stand and have a collective introspective reading of their history, shaped by their achievements and expectations. The New Vision team caught up with the French Ambassador, H.E Mrs. Sophie Makame, below are the excerpts

Why Bastille Day is vital to French men and women

The French Bastille Day, is a time for the French, as a Nation, to stand and have a collective introspective reading of their history, shaped by their achievements and expectations. The New Vision team caught up with the French Ambassador, H.E Mrs. Sophie Makame, below are the excerpts

 The French Bastille Day, is a time for the French, as a Nation, to stand and have a collective introspective reading of their history, shaped by their achievements and expectations. The New Vision team caught up with the French Ambassador, H.E Mrs. Sophie Makame, below are the excerpts

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Reasons to learn French 

Gilbert Kidimu

Nineteen-year-olds Charif Allaoui and Iliass Dhanouni are students at Makerere University. As you can tell by their names, they are neither Ugandans nor East Africans.Comoros at the northern end of Mozambique. But the two neither came for a bachelor’s nor a diploma; they came to Uganda to learn English. French being their official language back home, they want to learn English to have more opportunities globally.

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Why Bastille Day is vital to French men and women

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