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Think about it


Think about it


Compétence

Langue : je maitrise les codes de la langue.

Mission 1

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Exercice 1 : Give directions

Reorder these sentences.

1
into / Turn / Road / Brompton / right / . /



2
up / Road / York / Go / . /



3
Street / Keep / walking / Baker / on / . /



4
Park / Walk / across / Hyde / . /



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HINT



▪ Use imperatives (just the BV).
▪ Use directions (see Treasure Trove).

> Impératif
> Prépositions
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Exercice 2 : Ask questions politely

Match the sentences correctly.

1
    You need help.
    You offer some help.
    You're asking for an intinerary.
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    ▪ Can you + BV ?
    ▪ How can I + BV ?
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    Exercice 3 : Use prepositions

    Complete with the right preposition.

    1
    Paddington is input of Buckingham Palace, so the palace is him!

    2
    Tower Bridge is two minutes away from where I live, so it is my house.

    3
    There is an Oyster card in my bag, my phone and my umbrella.
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    HINT



    ▪ Behind ≠ in front of
    ▪ Next to ≠ far from
    ▪ Between = in the middle of two things

    > Prépositions

    Mission 2

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    Exercice 4 : Describe in the past

    Complete with was / were.

    1
    At the Tower of London, there many ravens.

    2
    And there the Union Jack on the roof of Buckingham Palace.

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    ▪ There was + singular noun
    ▪ There were + plural noun

    > There + BE
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    Exercice 5 : Talk about the past

    List what Mark did when he visited London.

    1
    1. Visit the Tower of London.
    2. Admire the Shard.
    3. Walk to Madame Tussauds.
    4. Take a cab.



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    Regular verbs: BV + -ed
    → visited / enjoyed
    ⚠ BE = was / were

    > Prétérit simple
    > Voir irregular verbs
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    Exercice 6 : Give your impressions

    Write exclamations.

    Example: London Dungeon: place / scary
    What a scary place! How scary!


    1
    London Eye: wheel / high



    2
    Madame Tussauds: museum / cool



    3
    Tower Bridge: bridge / original

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    HINT



    ▪ How + adjective + !
    ▪ What a / an + adjective + noun + !
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