Anglais 6e

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Ch. 0
Prologue: Can you spell... B-E-E?
Thème 1 : Me, myself and I
Ch. 1
School again!
Ch. 2
Talent show!
Ch. 3
Amusement park!
Thème 2 : Across the United Kingdom
Ch. 4
Sport rocks!
Ch. 5
Haunted homes
Ch. 6
Getting around London!
Thème 3 : Through time!
Ch. 7
I, robot!
Ch. 8
George the Dragon Slayer?
Ch. 9
Epilogue: Into the deep...
Cultural spots
Chapter 8

Think about it

Langue : je maitrise les codes de la langue.

Workbook p. 114

Mission 1

Describe a scene

Describe Raphael's painting with the right expression.

1. There is a cave
and a princess

2. The knight and his horse are in the

3. The village and a forest are in the

Use location markers (one the right, in the background...).


Describe activities

Reorder the conversation between the museum guide and the student.

1. What / happening / painting / in / is / the / Miss, / ? /
2. dragon / Saint George / spear / killing / his / is / with / the / . /
3. is / doing/ this / Why / he / ? /
4. tormenting / village / Because / dragon / is / the / the / . /
As the action is ‘frozen in time', we use the present BE + V-ing.


Compare using the verb look

Fill in the blanks using “look” or “look like”.

In Raphael's painting of Saint George, George doesn't
scared. On the contrary, he
very confident. The princess is kneeling on the ground clasping her hands, she
a statue. The dragon
a strange snake with wings whereas the horse
a traditional knight's white horse.

Look + adjective / Look like + NG

Mission 2

Tell a story chronologically

Fill in the blanks using chronological link words.

, there was a peaceful village where a king and his daughter lived.
, a cruel dragon came to torment the village.
, the dragon only wanted to eat sheep but
it started to ask for maidens!
the villagers had no choice and gave their daughters to the dragon.
it was the princess's turn, she was very brave and walked to the dragon's lair.

Chronological link words structure your tale: so, first, then, when, one day.
A tale starts with “Once upon a time”.


Contrast situations

Compare and contrast to the legend using these verbs: save, kill.
Use whereas to oppose two situations.

Irregular verbs in the past

Conjugate the verbs in the past.

1. George
(ride) his horse.

2. The dragon
(burn) the village every day.

3. The villagers
(give) the dragon everything they

4. Saint George
(slay) the dragon.

5. The villagers
(be) happy.

When telling a story, use the simple past but be careful with irregular verbs!


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