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Let’s be e-poets for the European day of languages! + Letter to a penfriend

O for organize, often, officially, only, offer, own,

let’s open our houses to our

old opposites and let’s have a good party!

D for dream, day, definitely and do the best!

Do your best!

E for Enjoy the Ode to Joy!

Elected engineers and experience!

WRITING TO A PENFRIEND(1)

 

T for take your time!

0 for  our  best friends  and our best neighbours!



J for our joy, for  our original future

just   for  our wonderful  men and women

for our children, our cities,  our buildings,

our forests and our  nature!

O  for  our   magnificent  trees and plants and flowers

our gardens, our vegetables and sun!

Y for our   yellow and  yelling yes!

… Young and yesterday!

… Our years!

E for elected and election

enjoy, everyday, everybody,

everything

U for until,unpack,up,

upstairs,use,

united and unity

for United Kingdom

R for ready, real and really, rich and richness,

relax and relaxing, race, rabbit,react,ring,

roads and rivers,receive,remember, riddle,

rain and rainy, read, readers, reading, roots,

routes, room,right, rules,

reach,recognize, roadsign

run, run, run, run, run,run,

run,run,run,run,

run,run,run,run,run,

run,run,run,run,run,run,

run,run,run,run,run,run!


O for over,offer,open,officially,

often,only,order,

own, other

P for paint and painting


E for enjoy and e-communication!

Colors (US) Colours (GB) 4°2

4°2

Some interesting images you found (dictionaries were allowed)

in bigger characters my favourite ones!

I am black  like a monster and a murderer

I am red like  blood and a victim or like a crime

I  am grey today, like the weather

I am green  and free like a garden

I am all in a muddle today and crazy like my thoughts

I am white today, big and soft like a cloud in the sky

I am pink today, happy and beautiful like a flower

I am pink today, happy and messy like love

I am brown today, dizzy and  not beautiful, not like a round day

I am white today, cute and interesting, humid and beautiful like  a lake

I am grey today, sad and wrong like TV (like a  TV set)

I am blue today, happy and serious like people

I am  pink today, awesome and cute like a clever clown

I am brown today, sweet and beautiful like life

I am pink today, like beauty, yummy and crisp like a big lovely apple

I am yellow today, shiny, sparkling and fascinating like a bright candle

I am blue today, fresh and icy like ice in winter

I am grey today, sad and miserable like a morning rain

I am yellow today, happy like a beach

I am red today, like a pen and small like a big hen

I am purple today, tall, very tall like my heart because I love you!

Le prétérit et la Maison Blanche

The White House, Washington
Good morning,

Six months ago, Gail O’Brien didn’t know whether or not she would be able to treat her cancer.  Betsy Burton wasn’t sure if she could afford to keep paying the skyrocketing premiums for her employees’ health insurance. Paul Horne was struggling to make ends meet after his prescription drug coverage hit the “donut hole.”

The thing about these stories is that they could happen to anybody.  Millions of Americans — maybe even you or someone you know — have been struggling for years with our broken health care system.  These stories are what inspired me to fight for the Affordable Care Act and made me so proud to sign this landmark legislation into law six months ago.

Every day, I hear from Americans like Gail, Betsy and Paul, and a few of these folks have stepped forward to bravely share their stories with the entire country. Take a minute to hear what they have to say:

50 States/50 Stories. Listen Now

The Affordable Care Act is already making a difference in the lives of millions of Americans.  And starting tomorrow, the Patient’s Bill of Rights goes into effect, ending some of the worst abuses of the insurance industry and putting you, not your insurance company, in control of your health care.

Here’s what the Patient’s Bill of Rights means for you:

  • No more discrimination against kids with pre-existing conditions. Insurance companies can no longer bar families from purchasing coverage because of a child’s pre-existing condition.
  • No more lifetime coverage limits. Insurance companies can no longer put a lifetime limit on the amount of coverage you can receive.
  • Young adults can now stay on their parent’s plan. Young adults can stay on their parent’s health insurance plan up to age 26 if their job doesn’t provide health care benefits — a huge relief for many parents and recent college graduates.
  • Free preventive care. If you join or purchase a new plan, the insurance company will be required to provide preventive care like mammograms, colonoscopies, immunizations, pre-natal and baby care without charging you any out of pocket costs.
  • Freedom to choose your own doctor. If you purchase or join a new plan, you have the right to choose your own doctor in your insurer network.
  • No more restrictions on emergency room care. Insurance companies will not be allowed to charge you more for out of network emergency services if you purchase or join a new a plan.

This is a long-overdue victory for American consumers and patients.  For years, millions of Americans have been at the mercy of their insurance companies as they jacked up rates, denied coverage or dropped patients all together.

Now, some opponents of this reform have pledged to “repeal and replace” all of the progress we’ve made over the past six months.  But I refuse to go back to the days when insurance companies could deny a child health care due to a pre-existing condition or impose a lifetime limit on care for a cancer patient.  Those days are over.

The Affordable Care Act provides basic rules of the road that make our health care system work for consumers.  It cuts costs and will help us begin to get our fiscal house in order.  And most importantly, it provides Americans with the peace of mind that their insurance will be there for them when they need it.

To learn more about the Patient’s Bill of Rights and the Affordable Care Act, visit:

http://www.whitehouse.gov/healthreform

Sincerely,

President Barack Obama

P.S. Last week, I surprised Gail O’Brien by calling her at home.  You can see what happened here:

http://www.whitehouse.gov/healthreform

Positive piece of news: tigers in the Himalayas

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-11368475

The Mom’ s song

The Mum’s song – Some expressions de Corinne Dezegelle    Académie de Grenoble


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGViouBPNIU

Don’t forget you gotta feed the cat
___________pas de donner  à ______________________
Chew slowly
Mâche______________________
But hurry
Mais ______________toi !

Be careful
Fais _______________
Did you wash behind your ears?
T’es tu lavé _____________les ________?
Clean your room
Range ta ____________________
Fold your clothes
Plie tes ___________________
Put your stuff away
____________________tes trucs
Answer the phone
Répond au _________________
Turn it down
_____________ça moins fort
No texting at the table
Pas de __________________à table
No more computer time tonight
Fini _________________pour ce _________
I thank you NOT to roll your eyes at me
_____________de ne pas me __________ces yeux____
Close your mouth when you chew
____________la __________quand tu mâches
Use your fork
____________ta fourchette!
Do not you burp
_____ rote________ !
Eat the food I put upon your plate
_________ce qu’il y a dans ton ____________
Stand up straight when you walk
___________toi droit ___________tu marches
Look at me when I am talking
______________moi quand je te_________
Don’t get smart with me
__________ le malin avec_________
I don’t care who started it
Je me moque de savoir qui a____________
You’re grounded until your 36
_______privé de sortie ____________________36 ans
Stop crying
____________  pleurer

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