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Exercice 1

Fill in the blanks. Use the right form of the verb BE or HAVE. (N) indicates a negative form.

1
His name William the Conqueror. He born in 1028, in Falaise, in Normandy. He (N) a legitimate child: this means that his parents (N) married. He (N) any brothers or sisters, but his mother two sons from another father. Edward, King of England, (N) any children. William ready to take the English throne after him. He (N) pleased when Harold took the throne instead.

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Exercice 2

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Correct the description of this painting. There weren’t any horses at the battle. ➝ There were a lot of horses at the battle.

1
There was a river between the two armies.



2
There was only one flag for each army.



3
There weren’t any castles near the battle.



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Exercice 3

What did you do this weekend? Make complete sentences using these prompts (beware of irregular verbs).

1
eat with my family



2
go shopping



3
watch videos on YouTube



4
listen to music



5
do homework



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Exercice 4

Create the correct question. William beat Harold at Hastings. ➝ Who did William beat at Hastings?

1
The Battle of Agincourt took place in 1415.



2
The Battle of Agincourt took place in France.



3
Harold died of an arrow to the eye.



4
The Hundred Years’ War lasted 116 years.



5
The soldiers wore armour in battle.



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