PARIS (AFP) - Napoleon's first English lessons while he was banished to exile on the South Atlantic island of Saint Helena fetched more than 93,000 euros at an auction in France Sunday, several times more than they had been valued. Three lots of text in English and French, as well as drawings, by the fallen emperor had been valued 7,000 to 9,500 euros, said the Osenat auction house. "Ques qui toit arriv. What was it arrived," Napoleon wrote in his first stumbling efforts to grasp the language of his adversaries. In other exercises he wrote: "Combien etoint-ils. How many were they" and "Comment se portoient-ils. How do they do".