The French quote "J'ai quelque chose à te dire" revealed

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Translation in English

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Example in a story with slow audio

Now, let’s see a complete example of this sentence in a story with slow French audio and the English translation below.
Une conversation importante
An important conversation
Un jour, Pierre appela Brigitte et lui proposa un rendez-vous.
One day Pierre called Brigitte and proposed her a date.
Brigitte accepta l’invitation avec joie.
Brigitte gladly accepted the invitation.
Il lui dit qu’il viendrait la chercher chez elle.
He said he would come to pick her home.
Brigitte fut surprise et excitée par cette initiative.
Brigitte was surprised and excited by this initiative.
Elle était contente d’éviter les transports en commun.
She was happy to avoid the public transports.
Comme prévu, Pierre arriva chez Brigitte :
As planned, Pierre arrived at Brigitte’s:
Pierre:   Tu es magnifique aujourd’hui !
You look wonderful today!
Brigitte:   Merci Pierre !
Thank you Pierre!
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