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Document passerelle CP

Initiation à une langue vivante étrangère


Nom de l’école :




Fonctions langagières Structures langagières Lexique

Se présenter - donner son nom

- donner son âge

- dire où l’on habite

- présenter sa famille

I’m Mary. My name’s Peter I’m five I live in ... It's my... English names Numbers from 1 to 10 towns, countries Family

Demander des informations à quelqu’un - nom - état général - âge - possession - famille - goûts

What’s your name ?

How are you ?

How old are you? (compréhension)

Have you got...?

Do you like ... ?

English names

fine, happy, not very well, tired Numbers from 1 to 10

Schools things, animals brothers and sisters Food & drinks

Exprimer - état général

- sentiments :

I am fine, not very well, ill, tired

happy, sad

Parler de ses goûts - dire ce que l’on aime

- dire ce que l’on n’aime pas

II like

I don’t like cheese.

Food & drinks

Dire ce que l’on possède I’ve got... Animals


Dire ce que l’on veut I want... Christmas presents

Donner un ordre ou un conseil Stand up ! Sit down ! Take

your..! Be quiet ! And so on...


Relations sociales

- se saluer/ prendre congé

- répondre :

Hello ! Good morning !

Good afternoon ! Good night ! Good-bye ! Bye-bye !


*positivement *négativement - remercier - souhaiter (anniversaire- fête) Donner un avis : I wish you... It's ...

Yes !Yes, please. No ! No, thanks.

Thank you !

Merry Christmas! Happy New Year! Happy Easter ! Happy birthday !

Good, bad, right, wrong

Formuler une demandepolie pour


quelque chose

Can I have… ? Please !

Food & drinks

Présenter une personne, un animal ou une chose

This is / It is / It's... Animals, family, things Body parts

Demander des informations What's this ? / What is it ?

Is it ...?

Animals, food & drink, school things Décrire - taille - qualité - couleur - vêtements It’s What colour is it ? Show me your ….! big / small good / nice / bad

blue, green, red, yellow, white, black, orange, pink, grey, purple, brown

tee-shirt, pullover, shoes, trousers, dress, socks

Les nombres

- connaître les nombres de 1 à 10

Numbers from 1 to 10

La météo

- demander le temps qu’il fait

- dire le temps qu’il fait

What’s the weather like ?

It’s ...

sunny, raining, snowing,

cloudy, cold, warm,

Date (en interdisciplinarité avec Espace/temps)

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,

Thursday, Friday, Saturday,


January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December



(Lexique donné à titre indicatif. A surligner par les enseignants de la classe, pour pointer ce qui a été étudié)


mother, mum, mummy,father, dad, daddy, brother, sister

parents, Grandparents, grandmother, grandfather


Pets : cat,dog, bird fish, mouse(plur :mice), hamster, guinea pig,

Farm animals: cow, duck, chicken, horse, pig, sheep, rabbit,chick,

Wild animals: bear, crocodile, monkey, elephant, giraffe, lion, tiger,

kangaroo, tortoise, frog,wolf, snake,...

bee,butterfly, ladybird, caterpillar,


Fruit : apple, banana, orange, lemon, pear, peach, plum, grapes

Vegetables :potato(es), tomato(es),carrot, lettuce, peas, corn,

Food : eggs, hamburger, sausage, sandwich, meat, chicken, fish, chips, salad, cheese,

butter, honey, soup, spaghetti, steak, rice, crisps,bacon, cookies, bread, cake, chocolate, sugar, sweets, butter, jam, marmalade, toast

Drinks: milk, water, coffee, tea, soda, (orange) juice

At home

Rooms: toilets, kitchen, living-room / lounge, dining-room, bathroom, bedroom

things : table, cupboard, (arm)chair, TV set, bed, lamp, bottle, glass,(tea)spoon, bowl, fork, knife (plur : knives), plate

Body parts

head, hair, face, eyes, ears, mouth, nose, tooth (plur : teeth)

shoulders,arms, hands, fingers, legs, knees, foot (plur : feet), toes,

neck, thumb


pullover, T-shirt, shirt, sweater,coat, jacket, jeans, trousers, shorts, dress, skirt,

Socks, shoes, boots, slippers,

(sun)glasses, scarf, cap, hat,


Circle, square, rectangle, triangle, diamond


white, black, yellow, orange, pink, red, blue, green, grey, brown, purple


big, large,long, tall, small, little, nice, beautiful, young, old


One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen,...

School things

school bag, pencil case, book, copy book, pencil, pen, rubber (UK), eraser (US) , ruler, glue, (a pair of) scissors, a (pencil) sharpener, paper, computer, bin, dictionary, board, desk, picture, poster


happy, fine, well, sad, tired, sleepy,angry, hungry, thirsty, cold, warm


The weather

cold, warm, hot, sunny, it's raining, it's snowing, it's freezing, windy, cool

sky, sun, cloud, rain, snow, wind, storm, fog, rainbow


flower, tree, grass,sea,mountain,forest, jungle, hill, desert, river


America, England, Italy, Ireland, France,Germany, Spain, Belgium American, English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Belgian

The calendar

Days of the week : Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Months of the year : January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Seasons : Autumn (UK), fall (US), winter, spring, summer


football, handball, rugby, tennis, ski, swimming, baseball, basketball, horseriding, cycling, ice skating, cricket, curling,…


ball, teddy bear, doll, robot, bike, train, plane, (computer, video) game,kite, roller skates, skate board, cards, …

Fairy tales

king, queen, prince, princess, witch, fairy, wizard, knight


Car, bus, bicycle,plane,boat,train, motorbike,helicopter, ship


boy, girl, baby, friend, man (plur :men), woman (plur : women), child (plur: children)


(à compléter par l'enseignant)

Mode de vie Repas, nourriture,

Fêtes traditionnelles

Comptines Titres :


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