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What makes us... us
Activity 3

What makes us... us

Group 1: Humans

In an alternate present, people live very busy lives. ‘Synth’ are robotic domestic servants that help humans in their daily lives. They are highly performant and very similar to humans.

Group 2: Maniac

Two people are part of a pharmaceutical trial, promising that it would better their lives. But things turn out to be much more complicated than that.

Group 3: Westworld

Westworld is a new type of amusement park, filled with androids, where humans return to the old west and can behave the way they want without consequences.

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You are in charge of one TV series.

Workbook p. 87

a. Watch the trailer. Focus on keywords or expressions you understand and write them down.

b. Explain what the series is about.

a. Watch the trailer again and cut it in parts. Give a title to each part.

b. How does the trailer evolve? What does it suggest?

Useful vocabulary: The series is about…
It tackles… It wants us to think about…

Let's talk this out!

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Group work

Share your findings with your classmates and learn about the other TV series.

How does this TV series warn us about the dangers of technology?

What does it say about being human?

Useful vocabulary: In the show, being human is…
It makes us think about... It helps us reflect on…
It revolves around the idea that…
According to the show, what makes us human is…


  • one-of-a-kind / unique (adj.)
  • scientific /ˌsaɪənˈtɪfɪk/ trial / experiment (n.)
  • upgrade / improvement (n.)
  • design / create / invent (v.)
  • pretend / simulate (v.)
  • control / replace (v.)
  • set someone free / liberate someone (v.)
  • solve / find the solution (v.)

From French to English


La traduction de « bon » (et « bien »)

Exercices p. 176
  • Conforme à la norme : decent / right (adj.)
  • Agréable au goût / à l’odeur : tasty / nice / agreeable / pleasant (adj.)
  • Un bon papier à échanger contre quelque chose : a coupon / a voucher (n.)
  • Good est un adjectif, il donne donc des précisions sur un nom. Alors que well est un adverbe, il donne donc des précisions sur un verbe.
    Ex : I understand the trailer well. This is a good trailer.

Attention, avec les verbes de sensation (feel, look, smell, taste, etc.), les deux peuvent être utilisés mais ils n’ont pas la même signification.
Ex : You look good → on parle de l’apparence.
Ex : You look well → on parle de la santé.

Let's learn!

Stand up / Sit down

  • Prepare sentences about the TV series you were in charge of. Hand them to the teacher.
  • Split the class into three groups, each group is in charge of one film. Everyone stands.
  • When you hear a correct sentence about your TV series, you can sit down.

Over to you!

Best show ever!

Let’s use what you have learnt in !

Your friend asked you over the phone for recommendations on a new TV series to watch. Choose one of the three TV series on this double page and call him / her back to answer. As he / she doesn’t answer, you record your voice message.

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