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What are they doing together? (speak, discuss, talk about, are getting involved in…)
Where do they live?
What are they cooking?
Do they shout at each other or do they respect each other?
What are they talking about?
Thanksgiving is an American ——– celebrated each year in the USA on the ——- Thursday of ———–.
This year, Thanksgiving is on the ——- of November.
On Thanksgiving, people have a special ——- with their ———. They eat roast ——- with ——– sauce and ——– pie.
In 1620, the ——– came from England aboard the ——- and they settled in Plymouth.
At first, life was very hard but the ——- helped them to plant ——, to —– turkeys, to pick up berries. That’s why the Pilgrims —— Squanto and his friends to share a big dinner.
It was the first ——-.
It was in —-
**** Validations transversales A1-A2-B1 et B2I *** Revise your vocabulary and grammar exercise in practise ***
A couple in the US stumbled across hundreds of buried gold coins
while walking their dog,
they’ve now been told this hoard is worth about ten million dollars
voir aussi le site BBC Phonemic Chart POUR LA PRONONCIATION ET LA PHONÉTIQUE
JE CHOISIS UN SUJET, UN CHAMP LEXICAL OU GRAMMATICAL OU DE CIVILISATION (LA VIE QUOTIDIENNE, LES LOISIRS, LES VOYAGES, LES PRONOMS INTERROGATIFS, LA NOUVELLE-ZELANDE ETC..) ET JE CONSTRUIS MES DOCUMENTS AVEC LE DOCUMENT SOUCHE DONNÉ ICI .
Ever serene and fair,
And there is another sunshine,
Though it be darkness there;
Never mind faded forests, Austin,
Never mind silent fields –
Here is a little forest,
Whose leaf is ever green;
Here is a brighter garden,
Where not a frost has been;
In its unfading flowers
I hear the bright bee hum:
Prithee, my brother,
Into my garden come!
Emily Dickinson’s Gingerbread
As transcribed in Emily Dickinson: Profile of the Poet as Cook from Dickinson’s
1 quart flour
½ cup butter
½ cup cream
1 tablespoon ginger
1 teaspoon soda
1 teaspoon salt
Make up with molasses
The editors of the book add the following about Emily Dickinson’s gingerbread recipe:
“Cream the butter and mix with lightly whipped cream. Sift dry ingredients together
and combine with other ingredients. The dough is stiff and needs to be pressed into
whatever pan you choose. A round or small square pan is suitable. The recipe also
fits perfectly into a cast iron muffin pan, if you happen to have one which makes oval
cakes. Bake at 350°F for 20-25 minutes.”
“Guides at the Emily Dickinson House, who in 1975 individually experimented with
the quantity of molasses, have generally agreed that a ‘cup or so’ is just about right.”
Brose, Nancy, Juliana McGovern Dupre, Wendy Tocher Kohler and Jean McClure Mudge,
Emily Dickinson: Profile of the Poet as Cook (Amherst, Massachusetts, ©1976).
des textes de compéhension orale et des fiches écrites
de la musique dans le respect de la légalité
Mark Bittman ‘s cooking advice…. Yummy! Enjoy!