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Compétence

Langue : je maitrise les codes de la langue.

Mission 1

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Exercice 1 : BE / HAVE in the simple past

Complete the following sentence with the correct forms of BE and HAVE (either affirmative or negative form).

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The Normans horses whereas the Saxons horses.

2
William Duke of Normandy from 1035 to 1087 but he King of England before 1066.

3
The Saxons in favour of William.

4
The Saxons weak because there also a war in the North of England against the Vikings.

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BE → was or were ≠ wasn’t or weren’t
HAVE → had ≠ didn’t have

> Prétérit simple
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Exercice 2 : There + BE in the past tense

Describe the tapestry using there + BE in the simple past.

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Use the following words: flags / castle / battlefield / army / soldiers / helmets / bows.



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There was … ≠ There wasn’t any … + singular
There were … ≠ There weren’t any … + plural

> There + BE
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Exercice 3 : Word order in questions

Put the words back in the right order.

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        (Wh-) + aux + S + BV ?

        > Prétérit simple

        Mission 2

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        Exercice 4 : Simple past: regular and irregular verbs

        Conjugate the verbs in brackets using the simple past.

        1
        William the Conqueror’s nickname (be) William the Bastard.

        2
        William (fight) the Saxons and (take over) England.

        3
        The peasants (give) money to their landlords.

        4
        The Saxons (want) Harold to be the next King of England.

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        ▪ Regular verbs: BV + -ed.
        ▪ Irregular verbs: learn them by ❤️ !

        > Prétérit simple
        > Irregular verbs
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        Exercice 5 : Wh- words

        Read the question and find the correct answer.

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          Who invaded England in 1066?
          When did the Norman invasion take place?
          How long ago did the Battle of Hastings take place?
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          ▪ Who → person
          ▪ When → date
          ▪ Where → place
          ▪ How → manner
          ▪ What → subject
          ▪ How much / many → quantity
          ▪ Why → reason
          ▪ How long → period of time

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