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DUBLIN - THE FRIENDLY CITY -
For this issue, Vocable focuses on the friendly city of Dublin. With its colourful facades, majestic Georgian architecture, and small traditional pub-filled side streets, the Irish capital is utterly charming. It also boasts a range of impressive monuments and cultural treasures for visiting tourists.

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Date de parution 26 octobre 2018
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SOCIETY AMERICAN BUSINESS AND #METOO THE ECONOMIST
La presse internationale enV.O.pour progresser en anglais
4 pages centrales de quiz pour progresser en anglais L'ellipse / Vocabulaire : les commémorations
DUBLIN THE FRIENDLY CITY HISTORY, CULTURE, MUSIC AND BEER IN IRELAND’S CAPITAL
SCIENCE INFLUENCING THE WEATHER WITH TECH THE GUARDIAN
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CULTURE RAMI MALEK, CATCHING MERCURY THE NEW YORK TIMES
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BeautiFul Dublin
For this issue,Vocablefocuses on the friendly city of Dublin. With its colourful facades, majestic Geor-gian architecture, and small traditional pub-filled side streets, the Irish capital is utterly charming. It also boasts a range of impressive monuments and cultural treasures for visiting tourists.
Ireland’s oldest university is in Dublin. Its famous Trinity College houses the sublimeBook of Kells, be-lieved to date back to the 9th century. Oscar Wilde, James Joyce and Samuel Beckett hail from this city; it was nominated, UNESCO City of Literature in 2010. Dublin is also an ideal destination for letting your hair down. In the evening, the famous Tem-ple Bar area is a must for beer lovers (Guinness, of course!). The city comes alive with the sound of guitars and mandolins from buskers and street entertainers.
The city has undergone significant changes re-cently. From a long economic crisis that affected the whole of Ireland, to its spectacular recovery in 2015, when it was able to shine in all its glory. The “Silicon Docks”, a kind of European version of Silicon Valley, currently attracts the biggest international corporations. The Irish capital has also diversified and is enjoying a renaissance of its own. Nearly 30% of the population is aged between 20-34, and more than 20% of Dubliners were born abroad. Perpetu-ally evolving, Dublin, like its architecture, oscillates between traditional and modern. One thing is always on offer, the good humour of its residents.
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Grand angle4 .......................................................................................................................................................................................................On parle d'eux5 ............................................................................................................................................................................................. À la une Dublin, Rich in History and BeerB2-C1 THE NEW YORK TIMES (US)........................................................................................................................................................................6  Tips or visiting Ireland’s capital.
Henrietta Street tells the story o DublinB2-C1 ........................ ...............9 THE NEW YORK TIMES (US). ................................................................................................................................  A glimpse o Dublin’s first Georgian street.
Focus11 .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Société B2-C1  American business and #MeToo12 THE ECONOMIST (UK)......................................... #MeToo one year on: what changes in corporate America?
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THE GUARDIAN (UK).................................................................................................................  The 'un' queue14 Queuing, a new trend in the United Kingdom!
NOUVEAU................................ ................ Sur le vif16 ....................................................................................................................................................... ................
PRATIC’ABLE17 .................................................................................................................................Vocabulaire, expressions et astuces pour parler comme un anglophone Les commémorations / Point de grammaire : L'ellipse / L'expression idiomatique
À 360°21 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Enjeux B2-C1 na–U.S. trade war  The cost o the ChiLOS ANGELES TIMES (US).........22 Consequences o the trade war or American consumers.
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Les échos25 ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................Culture THE NEW YORK TIMES (US)...........................  Rami Malek, Catching Mercury26 Rami Malek in reddie Mercury’s shoes.
B2-C1  Brexit through the git shop28 THE GUARDIAN (UK).......................................................... The House o European History, a controversial museum.  Découverte B2-C1  Using tech to control the weather THE GUARDIAN (UK)..................................30 Do anti-hail cannons and cloud seeding really work?
Bons plans32 ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Les sorties34 ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................Le dessin35 .................................................................................................................................................................................................................