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la forêt et l' arbre

La forêt est une étendue de terrain plante d arbres le quart de la surface de la terre est recouvrante de la foret:
les foret sont composes d essences d arbres tires variées elles jouent un rôle très important dans agriculture et influence du climat elles empêchent l érosion de la terre vit régularisants le degré d humidité l thermosphère transpiration
la foret est un grand richesse commerciale d un pays
comme tout ce qui vit l; arbre mange respire transpire il peut être malade ou blesse il sensible a la chaleur ou froid a
l humidité et a la se sécheresse l arbre nous aide a la construction les bâtiment meubles les chemin de fer construction de navale
pour la préparation de planche les menuisier utilisée l, arbre elle considérer l arbre comme la, matie principale que le menuisier utilisée pour fabrication de meuble, je suis une fille congolaise j aime parle de l arbre est aimer vous aussi l arbres
Pour toute les femmes congolaise comme conseil nous pouvons garder notre forêt bien
a ne pas coupe l arbre

English translation by community member Ruth Ithurralde

Forests and trees

Forests are an expanse of land planted with trees. A quarter of the earth’s surface is covered in forest. Forests are made up of a large variety of trees which play a very important role in agriculture and have an impact on the climate. They prevent the land from eroding and regulate the levels of humidity in the atmosphere through transpiration. Forests are a great source of commercial wealth for a country. Like all living things, trees eat, breathe and transpire; they can become ill or be hurt and are sensitive to hot and cold, flooding and drought. We use trees to construct buildings, furniture, railways and ships. Carpenters use trees to make planks of wood; trees are the main material used by carpenters for building furniture. I am a Congolese woman and I like talking about trees. Do you also like trees? As a word of advice to all Congolese women, we can look after our forest by not cutting down trees.

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