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Fáilte go mBaile Átha Cliath!
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Mission 2


Fáilte go mBaile Átha Cliath!




Did you know?

1. The Book of Kells is from England.
2. Books in Ireland are considered very important.
3. England’s oldest books were written during the Middle Ages.
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A First Look at Dublin

1
Listen to the recording and identify the Flannigans’ door.

A first look at Dublin

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2
Listen again and pick out proper nouns (people, places, language). 
Granny /ˈgræni/: grandmother.
Gaeltacht /'geiltəxt/: the Irish-speaking regions of Ireland.


Proper nouns
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A Tour of Dublin

1
Label the parts of this document.

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2
Write your questions before calling Croke Park.

You want... You ask...
information about the address.
information about the price for two children.
information about opening times.
information about exhibitions inside.


3
Label the pictures with elements from the text.

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The Book Of Kells

1
Complete the mindmap as you listen to the document.

The Book of Kells

Who is speaking?
Where is he?

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When and where was it made?

Who wrote the Book of Kells? Why was it moved?


2
What questions did Josh ask? Complete these sentences with Wh- words.
💡 Tip: Remember: Wh- words → missing information. Auxiliary first → yes / no questions.

    a)
    is the Book of Kells?
    b) 
    created it?
    c)
    was it made?
    d)
    pages does it have?
    e)
    the book have pictures?
    f)
    is your job, exactly?

    3
    Watch the video. What might be the boy’s future job?

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    4
    Focus on the images of the video and number the elements below in order of appearance.

      1.
      2.
      3.
      4.
      5.
      6.
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      Phonology

      L'accent irlandais !

      Listen

      Listen: I moved to Dublin when I was thirty-three.

      Réfléchis : Les Irlandais, prononcent-ils /th/ : /θ/ (mouth) ou /t/ (tomato) ?

      Repeat

      Répète : Dublin is my third favourite place in Ireland!
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      Grammar

      Le prétérit simple

      Observe : I lived in Connemara as a child, but I moved to Dublin in 2015. I wrote a book about the city! Aiden studied at Trinity College.

      Réfléchis : Repère les verbes dans les phrases ci-dessus. Ces trois verbes sont . Trois verbes se terminent en . Un verbe ne se termine pas en : il est . La base verbale du dernier verbe est .

      Conclus : Pour mettre un verbe régulier au prétérit, je rajoute à la BV. S’il s’agit d’un verbe irrégulier, j’apprends sa conjugaison par ❤️ . Si la BV se termine en -y, je transforme le -y en .
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      Mission 2

      1
      I must prepare...









      2
      What did I visit?











      3
      Choose your level:









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