Saint Patrick

12 03 2011

A quiz to know more about Saint Patrick’s day

Quiz 6°5 et 5°5

11 03 2011

Here is the next bonus quiz :

Answer the five questions in English and send a comment with the answers:

Saint Patrick’s day is:

spring holiday

summer holiday

a winter holiday

On St Patrick’s day people wear (portent):

white clothes

green clothes

no clothes

The most famous Irish dance is called:

a waltz

a tango

a jig

People eart Irish Stew. This is made from:

lamb, onions and potatoes

fish, tomatoes and potatoes

sausages,  carrots and potatoes

In the parades, they make music with:




Countries and nationalities – 6°5

21 11 2010

I’ve found exercises about countries and nationalities:

exercise 1 exercice 2 exercise 3 (more complete)

6°5 & 5°5

28 11 2009

Hier aux états unis, c’était un jour spécial (le 27 novembre)

pour les autres pays du monde qui le fêtent c’est aujourd’hui (samedi 28 novembre)

De quoi s’agit il et à quoi ça sert? click here then send a comment at the end of this article!

A Christmas Candy Cane for the winner!

1ère S LV2

27 11 2009

November 27th in North America (or nov.28th international)  is a special day, try to find why on the internet.

Tell me in what it consists and send a summary of what you’ve found at my adress (

Yesterday was also a very special day in the USA!

Go to this site to learn more about thanksgiving, listen and do the quiz

if it doesn’t work, or if you’re fast, here is

a webquest to do as well as plenty information about that event

Happy Halloween!

31 10 2009

Happy Halloween to all!halloween2

Have a nice evening, picking up sweets!

(don’t forget to read the article I wrote a few weeks ago FOR THE NEW RIDDLE !: here is the link)

It’s Halloween soon!

10 10 2009

It’s nearly Halloween ! New question (October 31st) at the end!halloween1

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Earth hour – March 28th 2009

20 03 2009

For the first time in history, people of all ages, nationalities, race and background have the opportunity to use their light switch as their vote –

Switching off your lights is a vote for Earth, or leaving them on is a vote for global warming.

We all have a vote, and every single vote counts. Together we can take control of the future of our planet, for future generations.

VOTE EARTH by simply switching off your lights

for one hour,

and join the world for Earth Hour.

Saturday, March 28, 8:30-9:30pm.

Earth hour (the site)

Earth hour (the French site)

What happened the day of your birth?

15 03 2008

To know what happened the day of your birth, visit this link!