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Compétence

Langue : je maitrise les codes de la langue.

Mission 1

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Exercice 1 : At, in, on and until

Fill in the gaps with the right prepositions: on, in, at, or until.

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I have to be the games 2 p.m. I need to be ready time. I will stay midnight! Then, I will go home because I have school the morning.

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HINT



▪ At + specific clock times, mealtimes and points in space

▪ In + periods of time in the day, month, year, season, longer periods

▪ On + date / day

▪ Until + before, up to a certain time

> Prépositions
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Exercice 2 : Talk about the past

Put the past form of these verbs into the text. Be careful: some are regular but others are irregular!

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The Highland Games (exist) in Scotland in the 11th century. Some believe that King Malcolm III (organize) a foot race that (become) the start of the Games. Others believe the Games (begin) even before that.

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HINT



Regular verbs:
V + -ed

Irregular verbs:
be → was / were
begin → began
become → became
do → did

…Learn them all!

> Prétérit simple
> Irregular verbs

Mission 2

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Exercice 3 : Sequencing words

Put the story back in order, using the sequencing words given.

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    First,
    Then,
    After that,
    Finally,
    Next,
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    first (of all) → next → (and) then → after that
    afterwards → plus → (what’s more) → finally

    > Mots de liaison
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    Exercice 4 : Modal auxiliaries

    Write the rules for the standing long jump using modals.

    1
    You begin with both feet behind the starting line.

    2
    You step forward after the jump but not before.

    3
    You  step backwards after a jump or you will be eliminated.

    4
    You bend your knees before you jump.
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    Modal + BV
     must → always do something
     mustn’t → never do something
     should → good to do something
     shouldn’t → bad to do something
     can → possible to do something
     can’t → not possible to do something

    > Modalité
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