• Monday, March 5th

    (the fifth)

    Experience: Have you ever...?

    è     Have you ever written a blog?

    -       Yes, I have. I have already written a blog once.cool

    -       No, I haven’t. I have never written a blog.

    Adverbs: some times (quelques fois), twice (deux fois)...

    Activities : past participles + infinitives

    -       Bungee-jumped (bungee-jump)

    -       Crossed deserts (cross)

    -       Mountain-biked (bike)

    -       Snorkelled (snorkel)

    -       Given radio interviews (give)

    -       Fed the fish (feed)

    -       Done rafting (do)

    -       Ridden a turtle (ride) he

    -       Run a marathon (run)

    -       Sandboarded (sandboard)

    -       Scuba-dived (scuba-dive)

    HOMEWORK : 07/03/2018 : learn the sentences ‘have you ever ?’ (quest + 2 rep + adv)

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  • Tuesday, February 27th

    (the twenty-seventh)


    Australia is in the southern hemisphere.

    It is a sunny country where we can practice a lot of sports and activities, like/such as hiking, scuba-diving and surfing.

    If you are lucky, you can also meet kangaroos, koalas and maybe a platypus!

    Tourists can visit the Opera House in Sydney or Harbour Bridge.

    The capital city of this country is Canberra but you can also discover Melbourne or Perth.


    If you like outdoors, you can scuba-dive above the Great Barrier Reef or hike across the desert.

    Thursday, March 1st

    (the first)

    Cliches or stereotypes

    -       French people:

    Some people think/believe that...

    -       they always eat bread.

    -       they eat a lot of cheese.

    -       they all wear berets. 

    -       Australian people:

    Some people believe that...

    -       all Australians can throw a boomerang.

    -       they all ride a kangaroo to go to school.

    -       they can all play the didgeridoo.

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  • Wednesday, February 7th

    (the seventh)


    Preparation of the final task: an interview

    -       Roles: a biographist / a journalist.

    -       Interview: pick a role, then, ask questions or answer questions about a celebrity’s life (preterit).

    Name: Millie Bobby Brown

    Dates: 1987/2022

    Job: actress – 100 films – fame in the 90’s, “Stranger Things”, 1 Oscar

    Nationality: German

    Place of living: France (Family in London, 1 brother)

    Pets: 2 parrots, 2 spiders, 134 goldfish.

    Marital status: single

    Cause of death: car crash


    -       What was her name?

    -       When was she born? When did she die?

    -       What was her job? How many films did she do?

    How many Oscars did she win?

    What films or series did she act in?

    -       When did she become famous?


    -       26/02/2018: ENGLISH TEST (2 prétérits, verbes, questions...)


    -       28/02/2018 : FINAL TASK (revise questions/answers/bio)

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  • Monday, January 22nd

    (the twenty-second)


    What happened in this extract?

    1) What was going on when...

    a)  ... Oliver entered the dining-room?

    b) ... he entered the “classroom”?

    c)  ... he stood up in the canteen?


    a)  The supervisors were eating / having dinner.

    b) Children were working.

    c)  Orphans were eating porridge.

    Parler d’événements dans le passé


    Children were eating when Oliver stood up.

                                    [preterit BE+V-ing]         [preterit V-ed/simple] 


    HOMEWORK : 29/01/2018 :

    Learn the lesson



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  • Thursday, January 18th

    (the eighteenth)

    Video: Oliver Twist, the movie.

    This video is an extract from the movie “Oliver Twist” made by Roman Polanski and adapted from the novel by Charles Dickens.

    In this video, we can see a young orphan, Oliver Twist and many other boys. We can also see rich supervisors/gentlemen.

    The scene takes place in an orphanage in England (18th or 19th century).

    At the beginning, we can see gentlemen having dinner and eating a lot.

    Then, we discover children working in a factory.

    After that, we can see the dormitory.


    At the end, they are playing a game: they are drawing the short straw. 


    HOMEWORK: 22/01: learn information/voc/structures 

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