• Hello everyone,

    This week, we had two lessons:

    - Lesson 1: we recorded your voices on MP3 players to create a GPS for bikes.

    - Lesson 2: We discovered a new "sequence" and a new grammatical tense: 

    Friday, June 10th

    (the tenth)

    Le présent Be + ing

    è    Phrase affirmative:

    The boys are playing football.

    è    Phrase négative:

    The boys aren’t helping the father.


    è    Phrase interrogative:

    Is Jennifer doing her homework?

    è    Réponse courte:

    -       Yes, she is.

    -       No, she isn’t.

    On utilise le présent be + ing pour:

    -       Donner des informations en plus

    -       Pour donner une justification/ explication

    -       Donner son avis/sentiment

    -       Décrire une action




    Tuesday 14th : just learn the lesson on be + ing 

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  • Hello everyone,

    Today, you tried to get your cycling licence (compréhension écrite et orale) but we didn't have time to finish.

    So, we'll continue next time and we'll also prepare the final task. I hope it's going to be fun!

    No homework...

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  • Hello everyone,

    Yesterday, we studied phonetics and rhythm.

    Here is the lesson:

    Tuesday, May 31st

    (the thirty-first)


    Rhythm and sounds

    Can and can’t

    /kFn/    /’kà:nt/

    -       On remarque que “can” contient la voyelle neutre /F/. Le mot « can » n’est donc pas accentué. 

    -       Le mot « can’t » s’entend plus (+), il est accentué. 

    Examples : 

    You can swim.        You can’t turn.

       o     o      O               o    O    O

    Les mots accentués portent le sens le plus important.


    Too fast: trop vite

    Here: ici

    A (traffic) light: un feu tricolore

    To wear: porter (un accessoire, une ceinture, un vêtement...)


    HOMEWORK : 02/05/16 :


    Learn the lesson : can/can’t (sounds) + vocabulary

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  • Hello everyone,

    First of all, watch these videos and sing along!

    Here is the link to British Council youtube channel if you want to watch more videos:

    British Council Channel

    Tuesday, May 24th

    (the twenty-fourth)

    Song: Stop, look, listen, think!

    You can’t cross the street.

    You must look up and down the road.

    We must see if it’s safe or not and then we can cross the road.

    You must stop, look, listen and think.

    You must look to the left and to the right.

    You mustn’t forget looking to the right again

    -       Cross: traverser

    -       Up  ^  ≠  Down V       -       Left     <--  ≠ -->    Right 

          Again: encore      -   Think: penser ou réfléchir

    HOMEWORK: revise the lesson about the song (for Friday or Tuesday)



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  • Hello everyone,

    Today, first, we worked on three exercises: here is the correction of 1 and 2:

         1)    Can, can’t or must ?

    a)    Mum, can I watch television ? = demande de permission

    b)    No, darling, sorry, you can’t [ce n’est pas possible], you must do your homework.

    c)     Mum, can I play now? = demande de permission.

    d)    No, sorry, you can’t (ce n’est pas possible), it’s too late, you must go to bed (obligation).

         2)    Quelles règles faut-il respecter dans un musée?

    a)    You can’t eat or drink.

    b)    You can take photos, but you can’t/mustn’t use the flash.

    c)     You mustn’t touch the paintings or statues.


    d)    And you mustn’t run around...

         Then, some of you worked on school rules: invent (normal or strange) school rules in pairs. 

         Finally, we heard the siren blast out so we gathered in the class and waited for the alert to end.

         Just revise can / can't / must / mustn't for next time, please.


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