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Road to legend!

Did you know?

Did you know?

1. Knights only existed in Europe. Right or wrong?
2. What is the English title for a knight? Sir, Sister or Santa?
3. In Japan, what is called a knight? A sumo, a samurai or a saint?

01A remake of the story

02The full legend

The full legend

1.
Watch the video without the sound. Fill in the table with what you can see.
💡 Tip: Use what you already know and what you can see to help you understand the missing elements of the story.
2.
Now watch the video with the sound. Select the words you hear.

03A Russian version

A Russian version

Russian story of St George and the dragon

The inhabitants of the pagan city of Troy worshipped nothing but gold and silver, we are told, so the Lord made the water courses run molten gold instead of water, with the result that these two products were soon transposed in value. After a time He took pity on the misery and thirst of the people, and made a deep lake in front of their town; but as a punishment he placed there a monster dragon, who demanded from the people a maiden every day in exchange for water. Soon the supply of the former ran short, and all the maids in the place were sacrificed to the monster, except the King’s daughter. When her turn came to follow her sisters, and she was placed by the lake side, the dragon came up to devour her, as he had done her predecessors; but St George descended from heaven on a milk-white horse, and after the exciting conflict depicted in the eikon slew the dragon.


The Evening Post, Friday 5 October 1900.

Grammar

Les verbes irréguliers

Observe : Once upon a time there was a knight. He had many adventures. The villagers gave their gold. George fought the dragon and he won.

Réfléchis : Repère les verbes. Sont-ils au passé, au présent ou au futur ? Se terminent-ils par -ed, -es ou des formes différentes les uns des autres ?

Conclus : Au passé, la plupart des verbes sont ... et ont la terminaison ... . Cependant, certains verbes sont ... .
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