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“Pardon my enthusiasm!”
“I like your enthusiasm!”
an extract from The Corpse Bride by Tim Burton
My haunted house
There is an owl in the tree. There is a Jack o’ Lantern in front of the house. There is a cat on the roof. There is a ghost in the left downstairs window. There is a witch flying on a broomstick above the moon. There are graves beside the house. There is a skeleton in the right downstairs window. There is a bat in the sky. There is a cobweb above the door. There is a vampire next to the house. There is a werewolf under the tree.
There is a five centimeter pumpkin on the road.
There is a moon at the top of the pumpkin.
There are three cats on the left of the pumpkin.
There is a hat under the road.
There is a cobweb next to the moon.
The wedding of the King and the Princess of the Kingdom of the Dragon.
Bhutan in English or Bhoutan in French is a country as big as Switzerland.School is compulsory for boys and girls. The language is “ dzongkha” . English is compulsory for boys and girls. School has got a mixed number of boys and girls. You can see dragons everywhere in Bhutan.
Bhutan means the last valley in Sanskrit. The inhabitants are the Bhutanese.
My noun toolbox friend=
music, a uniform, silk, shiny silk, a scarf,respect, a tie, the lady, the gentleman, ladies and gentlemen, the King, the Princess, the crown, a necklace, a ring and a watch, fruit, the Palace of Happiness,
My adjective toolbox friend=
happy, unhappy, manly and handsome, lovely and beautiful, sad, nervous, afraid and frightened, obedient, respectful, smiling, serious, kind, good-looking, green orange, red, black, white, yellow, grey, purple, in love, not in love, tolerant, different, religious and military
My verb toolbox friend=
to be in love, to walk, to smile, to sing, to hold, to bow, to pay respect to, to like, to enjoy, to hate, to accept difference, to wear (the lady is wearing) (the gentleman is wearing)
My preposition toolbox friend=
close to, near, behind, in front of, on top of, up, down
My culture toolbox friend=
Bhutan, India, Nepal, The Himalayas, a country, wedding or marriage, ceremony, tradition, history, war, peace, a Catholic, Catholicism, a Protestant, Protestantism, an Islamic, Islam, Buddhism, a Buddhist, a Hindu, Hinduism, religion.
Voici la petite compilation Audio-lingua pour Halloween:
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Jo : I like Halloween
Jo explains why she likes celebrating Halloween.
Frank : how kids celebrate Halloween in the US
Frank explains how American kids celebrate Halloween.
Cortney : the whole tradition of Halloween
Cortney talks about the way younger children celebrate Halloween in the US.
Blaine : I like Halloween
Blaine explains why Halloween is his favourite holiday.
Molly : trick or treating is fun !
Molly talks about what people usually do on Halloween night in the US.
Morgan : let’s get dressed up for Halloween !
Halloween is a fun time to spend with friends, trick or treating in random streets.
Leslie : Halloween is my favourite holiday
Leslie explains what young people usually do on Halloween day.
Declan : Halloween
Hallowe’en in Ireland.
Ashley : teenagers don’t celebrate Halloween as younger kids do
Ashley talks about the way kids and students celebrate Halloween in the US : picking a costume, trick-or-treating, partying and playing scary games.
Jason : Halloween and its traditions
Jason speaks about the celebration of Halloween and its traditions : trick or treating, pumpkin carving, dressing up…
Paul : Halloween in the US
Paul tells us what Halloween is and how kids celebrate it : costumes, carving a pumpkin and trick or treating.
Kerrin : Trick or treating – Halloween in Scotland
Kerrin, a Scottish girl, tells us everything about the tradition of trick or treating for Halloween.
Kerrin : Apple bobbing – Halloween in Scotland
Kerrin, a Scottish girl, tells us evertything about the game of apple bobbing and its variations for Halloween.
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