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If you’re a comic book lover and a Francophile, Alliance Francaise du Bengale has introduced a selection of comics to hold your attention towards learning, and appreciating the use of French language in your daily life.
For A1, A2 level learners, the beginning stages of learning French, comics available at the institute’s library such as L’Élève Ducobu might prove useful. The comic published by Le Lombard, and written by Zidrou, makes the reader escape into the Saint-Potache school where the protagonist L’Élève Ducobu, an eccentric dunce, keeps looking for new ways to cheat and defy authority. The collection also boasts of comics like Chasseur De Primes and Cédric.
— Nitin Waghela
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