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Compétence

Langue : je maitrise les codes de la langue.

Mission 1

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Exercice 1 : Possession

Match the objects with the right person then make sentences to say whose object it was.

1
    the cook
    the maid
    the nurse
    the musician
    Margaret Brown
    Captain Smith


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    ’s symbolises a close relationship between two people or between a person and his / her possession.

    Ex: Elijah’s suitcase.
    The Browns’ house.
    Mr and Mrs Brown’s cabin.

    > Déterminants
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    Exercice 2 : Simple Past (regular)

    Put these verbs in the past tense.

    1
    Margaret Brown (visit) Egypt in 1912.

    2
    Passengers (play) cards or chess on the Titanic.

    3
    The Carpathia (save) many people.

    4
    Poor people (travel) in 3rd class.

    5
    Many passengers (emigrate) to America.

    6
    Margaret’s daughter (study) in Paris.
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    “BV + -ed

    ▪ Verb ending in “e”, just add “d”
    ▪ Verb ending in “y”, transform into “ied”

    > Règles orthographiques

    Mission 2

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    Exercice 3 : BE in the simple past

    Complete with was or were.

    1
    Margaret Brown a rich American woman.

    2
    Imagine you on the Titanic.

    3
    The Titanic the largest ship.

    4
    Women and children the first to be saved.

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    I was / you were / he-she-it was / they were

    > Prétérit simple
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    Exercice 4 : Simple past (irregular)

    Conjugate these verbs in the past tense.

    1
    The passenger (buy) a 2nd class ticket.

    2
    The girl (have) three brothers and sisters.

    3
    Some passengers (see) the iceberg.

    4
    She (go) to Paris to see her daughter.

    5
    They (swim) in the cold ocean.

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    No choice! You must learn them by heart !

    > Voir Irregular verbs
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    Exercice 5 : 's

    Select the correct word.

    1
    Margaret’s got two children.









    2
    Elijah’s ancestors are English.









    3
    Elijah’s looking for objects in the garage.









    4
    This is Margaret’s sister





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    3 possibilities:
    ▪ BE (he is, she is, it is)
    ▪ HAVE (he has, she has, it has)
    ▪ or ’s for possession
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