Did I/you/he/she/it/we/they (infinitif)?

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Did I/you/he/she/it/we/they (infinitif) ?

Exercice: Poser des questions pour savoir s ices gens ont fait ces choses ou pas:

a. Regarder la télé ? Did you watch TV ?

b. Être malade? Were you ill/sick? c. Bien dormer? Did you sleep well?

d. Parler anglais? Did you speak English?

Christopher Columbus was a 15th century Italian navigator, explorer and

colonizer. He was born in 1451 in Genoa. And he died in 1506. He wanted to find a western route to India. He asked the Pope and nearly all the European monarchs to finance his expedition, but they refused. Then he asked the

Spanish King and Queen who accepted. He discovered the Bahamas, Cuba, Haiti and finally America: but he thought it was India.

Monday, December 6th

The Pilgrim fathers were 17th century English puritans who wanted to separate

from the Church of England. They left England because of political and

religious persecution. They went to the Netherlands and then decided to create a new society in America. They sailed across the Atlantic Ocean on the

Mayflower. They settled in North America, in present day Massachusetts in 1620.

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Pocahontas Benjamin Franklin George Washington Thomas Jefferson Meriwether and Clark

Susan B. Anthony was a 19th century American feminist and civil right leader. She was born in 1820 in Massachusetts and she died in 1906. She started as a teacher. Then she fought to secure women’s suffrage in the USA. She took

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part into the American anti-slavery movement. She wanted the equality of rights between men and women.

Sitting Bull Thomas Edison

Rosa Parks Martin Luther King Jr. Neil Armstrong Barack Obama

Friday, December 10th

What was his name? When was he born? What was his job?

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What was his nationality? / Where was he from? When did he start his job?

What was his political party? What did he do?

When did he die? How did he die?

Abraham Lincoln was a 19th century American politician. He was born in 1809. He became the 16th president of the USA

in 1860. He was a Republican. He led the country during the civil war and he abolished slavery. In 1865 he was assassinated.

John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK) was a 20th century

American politician. He was born on May 19th 1917. He started as 35th president of the USA in 1960. He was a Democrat. He supported racial integration and civil rights and he wanted America to be the 1st on the moon. In 1963 he was assassinated in Dallas.

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Monday, December 13th Parler de points communs:

Abraham Lincoln was American, and Kennedy was American too. , just like Kennedy.

, so was Kennedy.

Both Lincoln and Kennedy were Presidents of the USA.

Parler des differences:

Lincoln was a Republican whereas Kennedy was a Democrat.

Dire une date:

1725 → seventeen twenty five 1605 → sixteen o five

1700 → seventeen hundred 2000 → two thousand

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Les nombres ordinaux:

the first → 1st the twenty first 21st the thirty first 31st

the second → 2nd the twenty second → 22nd the third → 3rd

the fourth → 4th

the fifth → 5th

… On les utilise pour :

the ninth → 9th - classer des choses

… - pour dire une date

the eleventh → 11th - donner les titres des rois

the twelfth → 12th …

the twentieth → 20th

Kennedy became president in 1960. 50 years ago. il y a 50 ans.

Attention: il y a → there is / are (il existe) → … ago (cela fait...)

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Exercise: Say it differently using « ...ago »:

a. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1964.

Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated 46 years ago.

b. We started school in September 2010.

We started school 4 months ago.

c. We arrived at school this morning at 8.

We arrived at school 6 hours ago.

Thursday, December 16th Planning d’apprentissage des verbes irréguliers (3eD) Apprenez les verbes irréguliers (les 4 colonnes bk p188-189) pour les dates indiquées et vous serez

évalués aux dates en gris sur le planning suivant :

Date Apprendre de… à… Test le… Date Apprendre de… à… Test le… 03/01/11 Be  bring

07/01/11

17/01/11 Pay  sell

24/01/11 06/01/11 Broadcast  do 20/01/11 Send  sleep

07/01/11 Draw  find 21/01/11 Smell  sweep

10/01/11 Fly  hang

14/01/11

24/01/11 Swim  write 13/01/11 Have  lead

14/01/11 Learn  meet

Planning d’apprentissage des verbes irréguliers (3eE) Apprenez les verbes irréguliers (les 4 colonnes bk p188-189) pour les dates indiquées et vous serez

évalués aux dates en gris sur le planning suivant : Date Apprendre de…

à…

Test le… Date Apprendre de… à… Test le… 04/01/11 Be  bring

07/01/11

18/01/11 Pay  sell

25/01/11 06/01/11 Broadcast  do 20/01/11 Send  sleep

07/01/11 Draw  find 21/01/11 Smell  sweep

11/01/11 Fly  hang

14/01/11

25/01/11 Swim  write 13/01/11 Have  lead

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Exercice: Ecrire ces dates en lettres: 1709 → seventeen o nine

2002 → two thousand and two

1491 → fourteen ninety one

1600 → sixteen hundred

1206 → twelve o six

1843 → eighteen forty three

Exercice: Compléter ces phrases pour parler des points communs ou des différences:

1. Both Pocahontas and Sitting Bull were Indians. / Pocahontas

was Indian, and Sitting Bull was Indian too. / …, just like Sitting Bull. / …, so was Sitting Bull.

2. George Bush was a president whereas Martin Luther King Jr

was a Protestant minister / Martin Luther King Jr. wasn't a president.

3. Washington wrote the Declaration of Independence, just like Benjamin Franklin. / …, so did Benjamin Franklin. / …, Benjamin Franklin wrote the Declaration of Independence too. / Both Washington and Franklin wrote the Declaration of

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4. Lewis explored the American continent, and Clark explored the

American Continent too. /..., just like Clark. / …, so did Clark. / Both Lewis and Clark explored the American continent.

Friday, December 17th

Exercise: Say it in English: 1. Je suis né(e) il y a 14 ans

I was born 14 years ago.

2. Quand mon professeur d'anglais a-t-il commencé à enseigner?

When did my English teacher start his job / teaching?

3. Elle est morte en 1804.

she died in eighteen o four

4. Il est arrivé il ya 1h et il est parti à 1h.

he arrived 1 hour ago he left at 1 o'clock

5. Elle a cuisiné, moi aussi.

She cooked and I cooked too. / …, just like me. / …, so did I. /

Both she and I cooked. Voir fiche sur les vacances.

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Monday, January 3rd

Happy new year 2011 (two thousand and eleven)!

Parler de ses vacances et se renseigner:

When did you go on holiday / vacation? I went on holiday last week

on a trip in December in 2010 2 weeks ago. Where did you go on holiday? I went to Miami.

travelled to Paris. was in London.

stayed in Montpellier. How did you go on holiday? there?

I took a plane / a boat / a car flew / sailed / drove went there by plane / boat / car Where did you stay?

sleep? I stayed in my family's.

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I slept in a hotel / a YMCA /a B&B on a campsite.

How long did you stay there?

I stayed there for 2 weeks. a few days. What did you do there?

I went shopping. went clubbing. went sightseeing. I visited museums.

Did you have any problems? I missed my bus.

I lost my passport. I forgot my ID. I was seasick.

I didn't speak the language. Did you like it?

Yes, I loved it. It was great! I liked it.

No, I didn't like it. It was crap. I hated it.

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Thursday, January 6th

Parler de ses vacances:

I went on holiday on the 22nd December

I went to Morocco. I took a plane.

On December 22nd I took a plane to Morocco.

One week ago I went to Morocco by plane. Last week I flew to Morocco.

I stayed in a hotel

I stayed there for 1 week.

 I stayed in a hotel for 1 week.

I went shopping and I went to the cinema, and I liked it because I think it was great.

Bilan de la 1ère partie de la séquence:

 Savoir poser des questions pour savoir ce que quelqu'un a fait.

 Savoir écrire la biographie de quelqu'un

 Savoir poser des questions sur la vie de quelqu'un

 Savoir parler des points communs et des différences.

Savoir dire une date, une année  Savoir utiliser les nombres ordinaux

 Savoir dire “il y a...”

 Savoir se renseigner sur les vacances de quelqu'un et raconter ses

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Friday, January 7th English test n°2 Part 1

Monday, January 10th

Raconter un fait divers:

Yesterday, at 7.30 in the morning, Peter who is a 15-year-old boy from Manchester was riding his bike to school. While he was cycling, he was listening to music on his mp3 player. And he was daydreaming about his

girlfriend when he had a car accident. The car driver was Mr Roger, who is a Scottish 86-year-old man who lives in Edinburgh. Mr Roger was smoking and he was phoning on his mobile phone when he had the accident. Then the

ambulance took the young boy to the hospital. The nurse called his parents: his father was fishing and his mother was working.

Friday, January 14th PRETERIT SIMPLE = les évènements principaux de l'histoire

(en français = passé simple ou passé composé) PRETERIT BE -ING = les circonstances de ces évènements

(en français = imparfait)

Affirmative: I/he/she/it was sleeping. You /we/they were sleeping. Négative: I/he/she/it wasn't sleeping. You/we/they weren't sleeping. Interrogative: Was I/he/she/it sleeping? Were you/we/they sleeping?

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Exercise: Say it in English:

a. Hier à 20h je regardais la télé.

Yesterday, at 8 p.m. / in the evening, I was watching TV.

b. Et toi, que faisais-tu?

What about you? What were you doing?

c. Quand tu es arrivé, elle cuisinait. When you arrived, she was cooking.

d. Il ne travaillait pas, il lisait le journal.

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