1G2 2022/23

Thursday, November 24th

Friday, November 18th

The modals, online exercises:

Exeercise 1 to 3 are very basic, do them only if you want to revise the basics!

  1. Exercise 1
  2. Exercise 2
  3. Exercise 3
  4. Exercise 4
  5. Exercise 5
  6. Exercise 6
  7. Exercise 7
  8. Exercise 8
  9. Exercise 9

The modals (the simple chart needs to be completed with elements from the exercises and the complete chart below)

Thursday, November 10th

Reformulez les phrases anglaises suivantes en employant un auxiliaire de modalité.

1. Certainly, Tina knows that smoking is forbidden

2. Certainly, Tina knew that smoking was forbidden.

3. It is possible that Tina didn’t know that smoking was forbidden.

4. The Masked Avengers were probably the best band at the concert.

5. Brian forgot his own address. That’s incredible.

6. Perhaps she is right after all.

7. It is probable that the fire started in the kitchen.

Thursday, October 20th

Watching The Circle

some facts about The Circle (the link opens to IMDB.com – the American equivalent of AlloCiné.fr)

Friday, October 14th

Test

Thursday, October 13th

Write about the picture below using this worksheet and some vocabulary help.

Friday, October 7th

you need to work with 2 windows side-by-side (one for the sound, the other for the exercise, or you may listen to the sound file on your smartphone)

The Bear and The Dragon by Tom Clancy – American accent + extract from a spy novel – you may download the mp3 file or listen to it directly below.

and/or

Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling – British accent – extract from the first chapter of the first volume – you may download the mp3 file or listen to it directly below.

Thursday, October 6th

Write about the picture below using this worksheet and some vocabulary help.

Friday, September 30th

Take a look at this page about Irregular Verbs.

Use these handouts as reference : Simple Tense Chart / Complete Tense Chart

  1. https://www.englishclub.com/esl-quizzes/grammar-3-for-since.htm
  2. http://englishmaven.org/HP6/Present%20Tense%20Final%20Exam.htm
  3. http://www.english-grammar.at/online_exercises/tenses/at050-my-piano-lessons.htm
  4. http://www.english-grammar.at/online_exercises/tenses/all-tenses-19.htm
  5. http://www.english-grammar.at/online_exercises/tenses/all-tenses18.htm
  6. http://www.english-grammar.at/online_exercises/tenses/all-tenses17.htm
  7. http://www.english-grammar.at/online_exercises/tenses/all_tenses3.htm
  8. http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/verbs29practicetest.htm
  9. http://examtimequiz.com/english-aptitude-test-on-tenses/

Thursday, September 29th

Friday, September 23rd

Re-write the story using Morag’s point of view, and write it in the first person (350 words +/-10%)

Thursday, September 22nd

Reading Tartan, a short-story by George Mackay Brown.

Thursday, September 15th and Friday 16th

Friday, September 9th

Reading Tartan, a short-story by George Mackay Brown.

Thursday, September 8th

“That willing suspension of disbelief for the moment, which constitutes poetic faith.” 

Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Reading Tartan, a short-story by George Mackay Brown.

Visualizing the scene by drawing elements. The scene takes place in the north of Scotland, near Durness and it looks like this when the weather is good!

Friday, September 2nd

General introduction and a short history of the English Language.

=> homework: watch the video