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Think about it

Think about it

Think about it


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.

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.


▪ 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!

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.


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.

  • the king found the best man for the job.
  • he said there would be a great race.
  • the men ran as fast as they could.
  • King Malcolm went to Craig Choinnich hill.
  • he announced his new idea.
After that,


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.

You begin with both feet behind the starting line.

You step forward after the jump but not before.

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

You bend your knees before you jump.


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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