• Hello everyone,

    Here are your lessons:

    Countable (dénombrables) / uncountable (indénombrable) words

    -       Les mots dénombrables: on peut les compter et utiliser “a” ou “an”. Ex : a donut / five donuts.

    -       Les mots indénombrables : on ne peut pas les compter ni utiliser « a » ou « an ». Ex : ø orange juice / a glass of orange juice. 

     

    -       Les expressions de quantité : 

    è    A spoonful of sugar 

    è    A piece of cake 

    è    A glass of milk

     

    è   A slice of bread 

    è   A cup of coffee 

    è   A bottle of water 

     

    Thursday,October 12th

    (the twelfth)

    Video: a movie extract from the film “Falling Down”

    The scene takes place in an American diner at thirty-four past eleven (11:34) at the end of morning.

    There are a customer, a manager (Rick) and a waitress (Sheila).

     

    The customer wants to order breakfast but it’s too late: breakfast is served until thirty past eleven.

     

    HOMEWORK for next time: learn the lesson (video)

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    Hello everyone, here is what we did lately:

    Ordering food at a diner

    -       Hello, I’m very hungry. I’d like...

                                              [= I would like]

    ...chilli bowl, hash browns, scrambled eggs and diet cola.

    How much is it, please?

    -       It’s fifteen dollars and seventy cents.

     

     

    There are two customers and a waiter.

    The customers are ordering dinner. (temps: présent Be + V-ing)

     

    It takes place in a restaurant.

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  • Hello everyone,

     

    Last week and this week, we finished sequence 1.

    You had a flashtest and we started preparing your blogs for the final task.

    Here are the lessons:

    Correction of the test:

    Compare people in the grid (3 sentences : +   -   = )

    James is clumsier than Dorian.

    Wendy is as clumsy as Sam.

    Dorian is less clumsy than Sam.

    Ex 2:  Talk about your tastes (use tastes verbs, activities, 4 sentences)

    I love playing soccer but I hate going to the dentist’s.

    I can’t stand eating fish but I am crazy about eating vegetables.

    Ex 3: Say it in English:

    a)   Paul est extrêmement paresseux mais il n’est pas très bavard.

    Paul is extremely lazy but he is not very talkative.

    b)  Lisa n’est pas du tout égoïste mais elle est assez travailleuse.

    Lisa is not selfish at all but she is quite hardworking.

    c)   Sam est très désordonné mais il un peu tête en l’air.

     

    Sam is very messy but he is a bit/a little absent-minded.

     

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    PREPARATION OF FINAL TASK N°1

    A blog about me

    Create a blog and include:

    -       Three things you like (minimum)

    -       Three things you don’t like (minimum)

    -       Three qualities you have

    -       Three flaws

    Vocabulary: adverbs (a little...) / taste verbs (be crazy about...) / activities

     

    Creation of the blog:

     

    www.eklablog.com       www.canalblog.com          fr.wordpress.com

     

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    SEQUENCE 2: American Diners

    Vocabulary:

     

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  • Friday, September 8th

    (the eighth)

    Paul’s and Emma’s personality

     

    Paul is wearing two different shoes. So, he is absent-minded.

    Emma is dropping litter onto the floor. So, she is messy.

     

    Voc: Selfish (égoïste) – shy (timide) – hardworking (travailleur) – polite – jealous

     

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    Monday, September 11th

    (the eleventh)

    Personality and adverbs

    [ (minimum) : not ... at all – not very – a bit / a little – quite – very – extremely (maximum) ]

    Question 1: What are you like?

     

    Question 2: How + adjective + are you?

     

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    Thursday, September 14th

    (the fourteenth)

    THE COMPARATIVE

    è    =     as + adjective + as

    è    +     soit:   more + long adjective + than

                  Soit:   short adjective – ER + than

     

    è    -      less + long adjective +  than

     

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    1)Dorian is more selfish than Sam. 

    2)Sam is less selfish than Wendy. 

    3)Wendy is more jealous than Sam. 

    4)Sam is less jealous than Wendy. 

    5)Dorian is less hardworking than Sam. 

     

    6)Sam is more hardworking than Dorian. 

     

     

     

    HOMEWORK: 21/09: REVISIONS: personality, adverbs, tastes, comparative 

     

     

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  • Hello everyone,

    Yesterday, we started working on 'personality'.

    Here is the lesson:

     

    Wednesday, September 6th

    (the sixth)

    Sequence 1: Talk about your personality

    What are they like?

    ( What do they like? <3 )

    Nigel is selfish. Greg is clumsy /)klymzq/.

                   (adj)                 (maladroit)

    WORD BANK: Personality adjectives:

    Messy (désordonné) – hardworking (travailleur) – shy (timide) – patient – lazy (paresseux) – funny (drôle) – talkative (bavard) – selfish (égoïste) – polite – jealous – absent-minded (tête en l’air).

     

    HOMEWORK : 11/09/2017 : Learn the lesson(adjectives, pronunciation, question). 

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