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Fáilte go mBaile Átha Cliath!

Mission 2

Fáilte go mBaile Átha Cliath!


Réagir et dialoguer : je participe à une conversation.

Did you know?

The Book of Kells is considered to be Ireland’s finest treasure. Scotland also has very old books, but England’s oldest books were written between the 9th and 11th centuries. What would you like to see in Ireland?

Exercice 1 : A First Look at Dublin

What impression do the doors give of Dublin?

What do you think you will find behind the doors?

Look as you listen, and say which house the Flannigans live in.

Pick out information about Fiona and Aiden.

A first look at Dublin

A first look at Dublin

Exercice 2 : A Tour of Dublin

What kind of document is this?

What kind of information can you find inside?

As a tourist you call Croke Park to organise a visit. Act out the conversation.
Enregistreur audio

Research another famous Dublin must-see (museum, park…).

Dublin City visitors attractions

5. Croke Park Visitor Attractions

St. Joseph’s Avenue
Tel: 01 819 2323

Explore the home of Gaelic sport on the Croke Park Stadium Tour with an access‑all‑areas visit to this 82,300 capacity venue. Walk in the footsteps of legends as you visit the team dressing rooms, experience the excitement of walking through the player’s tunnel and enjoy panoramic views from the top tier of the stand. [...] The GAA Museum celebrates Ireland’s national games of hurling and Gaelic football. Trace Irish social history and test your skills in the interactive games zone – a must for museum visitors of all ages!

See website for opening times.

Admission: Adult €12.50, Child (U12) €8.50, Child (U3) FREE.

Exercice 3 : The Book Of Kells

Listen and guess who is speaking. Where is he?

Who wrote the Book of Kells?

When and where was it made? Why was it moved?

Watch the Book of Kells trailer. Guess who the hero of the film is and what his adventure will be.

What did you visit during your last holidays (museums, parcs…)? Prepare a short presentation.

The Book of Kells

The Book of Kells



Irish accent!


I moved to Dublin when I was thirty-three.

Speak like the Irish

Speak like the Irish: Dublin is my third favourite place in Ireland!


Simple past

Observe: I lived in Connemara as a child, but I moved to Dublin in 2015. I wrote a book about the city!

Think: Do the sentences refer to present, past or future situations? Does the verb change? Is the last verb different?

Practise: Make your own past sentences using the verbs want, live & visit!

The Dublinia museum is so interesting!

The Dublinia museum is so interesting!

Imagine a conversation

Use Audacity. A friend calls to ask you about your visit to Dublin. Imagine the conversation.

How far can you go?

A1+ I can describe something in simple terms.
A2 I can make descriptions and link my sentences.
A2+ I can also use some past tense verbs.
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