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grammaire et structures de communication

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

comment dire ….

comment exprimer une notion, une idée  ?

les réponses ici , en fiches !

structures communicatives

American English

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013

words can be quite different between American Englosh and British English  :

As one pupils asked about it :

American English

lien externe ici

et là des exercices

des activités 

history of the English language

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012
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School supplies Vocab’

Monday, September 10th, 2012




-Pencil Sharpener (if you have those kinds of pencils) …

-Correction fluid or tape but tape is better !
-Stapler and Staples
– Tape
– Glue
Paper clips
Highlighters (soooo useful ! )
-Lined Paper (not to ask your friends when there’s a test …)
-Pencil case for school (get a soft one, not a hard case)
-Ink –
USB key ! So useful for your oral presentations !
Sheet Protectors
-Dictionary (pocket size)
 -Diary (not for your friends to write on it but to write down your homework … of course ; )

How to be healthy

Sunday, May 20th, 2012

bonne lecture : reperez les mots clés


Facts about languages

Thursday, March 1st, 2012
  • Up to 7,000 different languages are estimated to be spoken around the world
  • Mandarin Chinese, English, Spanish, Hindi, Arabic, Bengali, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, German and French are world’s most widely spoken languages, according to UNESCO
  • Languages are grouped into families that share a common ancestry
  • English is related to German and Dutch, and all are part of Indo-European family of languages
  • Also includes French, Spanish and Italian, which come from Latin
  • 2,200 of the world’s languages can be found in Asia, while Europe has 260


proverbs and sayings about money

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

English proverbs

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011


enrichissez votre expression écrite !

Friday, June 10th, 2011

Par quels mots peut-on remplacer ‘good’, ‘bad’, ‘interesting’, ‘important’ dans les sujets d’expression écrite?

Voici quelques synonymes que vous pouvez utiliser (attention, chaque mot a sa nuance, on ne les emploie pas dans les mêmes contextes):

GOOD: excellent, hard-working, thrilling, fine, positive, proper, appropriate, convenient, desirable, efficient, first-class, first-rate, fit, genuine, satisfactory, suitable, sound, workable, attractive.

BAD: unacceptable, unsuitable, undesirable, absurd, appalling, awkward, criminal, defective, evil, false, foolish, groundless, harmful, second-class, second-rate, unfortunate, serious, useless, hopeless, critical.

INTERESTING: captivating, curious, exciting, fascinating, provocative, stimulating, thought-provoking.

IMPORTANT: major, significant, decisive, consequential, crucial, essential, of substance, paramount, capital, impressive.

BIG: huge, tall, large, enormous, high, gigantic, great, immense, vast, sizeable.

NICE: friendly, lovely, beautiful, kind, attractive, charming, delightful, likeable, pleasant.

Find the French translation of these words on WordReference.

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Fiche de Vocabulaire Immigration TSTG

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

Welcome to the TSTG2 students on the blog !

Please feel free to visit and comment.

Our first theme for the year is immigration and The American Dream.

To start with, I would like you to watch several videos (included in previous articles) :




Finally , here is some vocabulary. Please download and print this page.