All about the French sentence "C'est promis"

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Translation in English

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Example in a story with translation

Now, let’s see a complete example of this idiom in a story with slow French audio and the English translation below.
Journée lessive
Laundry day
Olivia:   Je vais faire la lessive. Tu as des vêtements à laver ?
I’m going to do the laundry. Do you have clothes to wash?
Théo:   Oui, mon t-shirt et mon jean.
Yes, my t-shirt and my jeans.
Olivia:   Apportez-les moi, s’il te plaît.
Bring them to me, please.
Théo:   Voilà, merci !
There you go, thank you!
Olivia:   Aucun problème. Je lave aussi tes chaussettes ?
No problem. Do I wash your socks too?
Théo:   Non, pas besoin.
No, no need.
Olivia:   Alors pourquoi il y en a partout dans l’appartement ?
So why are they everywhere in the apartment?
Théo:   C’est comme ça que je marque mon territoire.
This is how I mark my territory.
Olivia:   Ce n’est pas drôle. J’en ai marre de ça. Tu peux arrêter s’il te plaît ?
It’s not funny. I’m sick of it. Can you please stop?
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