Ex-professeure d’anglais en lycée, j’ai rédigé des exercices et corrigés de Bac pour un éditeur ; j’ai écrit deux livres sur la cuisine anglaise. Finalement, je lis la presse britannique quotidiennement pour aider mes enfants. Aujourd’hui je souhaite vous faire partager mon travail !
Ce blog est destiné aux francophones qui souhaitent entretenir ou améliorer leur niveau d’anglais : adultes et étudiants de tous horizons y compris lycéens (niveau B2 à C1 du CECRL). Mon objectif est de vous faire LIRE EN ANGLAIS des articles ou DOCUMENTS AUTHENTIQUES ; afin de vous faire gagner du temps et de faciliter votre compréhension écrite je vous traduis le vocabulaire important ou difficile.
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Depuis : 07/05/2014
Categorie : Emploi, Enseignement & Etudes
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Famous places in London Auteur: Laurence Bordas DOCUMENT SUPPORT : London map for tourists Can you match the following words to recognize famous London places? SHARD Buckingham… PALACE Marble… GARDEN Oxford… ABBEY Royal Albert… MUSEUM Saint Paul’s… GALLERY Hyde… BRIDGE Covent… TOWER The British… CATHEDRAL The National … SQUARE S
There was nothing before Mary : V&A announces major Mary Quant retrospective V&A = Victoria and Albert museum in South Kensington, London On Thursday, the V&A staged a “Quant revival” outside the museum to mark the launch of ticket sales for its upcoming retrospective of iconic fashion designer Mary Quant. Models and staff who worked with Quant
Irish authorities investigate UFO sightings by commercial pilots BA and Virgin pilots report seeing bright lights that disappeared at high speed The Irish Aviation Authority is investigating after an unidentified flying object was sighted by pilots flying over Ireland. On the morning of 9 November the pilot of British Airways flight BA94 from Montr
Climate change strike: thousands of school students protest across Australia Naaman Zhou Fri 30 Nov 2018 07.26 Thousands of schoolchildren across Australia walked out of class on Friday to demand action by the federal government on climate change. The “Strike 4 Climate Action”, inspired by 15-year-old Swedish student Greta Thunberg, brought tog
End of an era as Ireland closes its peat bogs 'to fight climate change' Written by Rory Carroll, Ireland correspondent Tue 27 Nov 2018 When the company that harvests Ireland’s peatlands recently announced the closure of 17 bogs, the news was greeted as the end of an era. Turning the soggy landscape that covers much of Ireland’s midlands into a
The weedkiller in our food is killing us Erin Brockovich Thu 6 Dec 2018 On a recent Saturday afternoon, in an estuary near Tampa Bay, Florida, I watched airboats move up and down the river banks, spraying massive plumes of weedkiller on to the vegetation. The state of Florida was trying to control and kill off scores of plant species. Nearby, child
LET’S QUIZ ABOUT EMMELINE PANKHURST CE QUIZ (18 questions) A ÉTÉ RÉDIGÉ PAR LAURENCE BORDAS, IL EST LIBRE DE DROIT MAIS JE VOUS DEMANDE DE MENTIONNER MON NOM SI VOUS L’UTILISEZ. 1. WHY IS EMMELINE PANKHURST KNOWN AS ONE OF THE MOST INFLUENTIAL BRITISH WOMEN TODAY? She was the first woman to work in a factory. She fought for British women’
Gender equality is your issue too By Emma Watson Saturday, September 20, 2014 Gender equality = égalité des sexes An issue = un problème pour lequel on se sent concerné Today we are launching a campaign called “HeForShe.” I am reaching out to you because I need your help. We want to end gender inequality—and to do that we need everyone to
Revolutionary spinal cord implant helps paralysed patients walk again A small group of paraplegic patients have once again been able to take steps after researchers implanted a device to electrically stimulate their spinal cords. Two separate teams of scientists have revealed for the first time that the technique, together with physical training, h
Emmanuel Macron should be lauded for confronting France’s last great taboo The admission by Emmanuel Macron, in a suburb of Paris , that a young Frenchman called Maurice Audin was tortured and killed by the French state in Algiers more than 60 years ago may well turn out to be one of the most significant events of his presidency. To laud = glorif