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Magazine avec audio d'anglais pour les niveaux débutant à intermédiaire : The beautiful Costwolds- vocabulaire en image : le maquillage - Prononciation : le "h" en début de mot - Graham Norton - 10 choses à faire à Bath.

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Date de parution 04 janvier 2019
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no 103English April - May 2019
Vocabulaire en images :
Le maquillage
PRONONCIATION :
Le /h/ en début de mot
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MOTS ET
EXPRESSIONS
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10 choses à faire 2 articles
INTÉGRALEMENT à Bath, England
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PEOPLE PLACES NEWS VOCABULARY LANGUAGE
➔ Dix choses à faire à Bath en Angleterre
FUN AND GAMES ISSUE AND ANSWERS
➔ Vocabulaire en images : le maquillage
4-5 FORUM ➔ Graham Norton, un Irlandais à Londres
Will you do a big spring cleaning
this year? ➔ Tout savoir sur les tomates
6-7 10 THINGS TO DO ➔ Un voyage au cœur des Cotswolds,
Bath, England, UK
dans l’Angleterre rurale
8-9 WHO ARE THEY?
➔ Trois conversations dans un institut de beauté Graham Norton
10-11 NOW NEWS
12-13 WHA T’S ITS NAME?
Makeup
14-15 MEET
Ron Finley, a guerilla gardener
in Los Angeles
16-17 GRAMMAR FILES
Prepositions
18-19 WORDS, WORDS 8
Expressions with the word ‘spring’ 12
20-21 READ ALL ABOUT IT
Tomatoes
22-23 ENGLISH AT WORK
At the beauty parlour
24-25 PRONUNCIATION
The sound /h/
26-29 TRAVELOGUE
The beautiful Cotswolds26 31 NOW YOU’RE TALKING
Choosing some vegetables
32 COOK IN ENGLISH
The BLT
33 SURVIV AL KIT
How to describe fruit and vegetables
34-35 GREETINGS FROM…
An American on the set
of ‘Downton Abbey’
36 STAR WORDS
37 NEWS FROM THE STUDIOS 20
38-39 INTERVIEW
Mark Opstad, director and conductor
of the Maîtrise de Toulouse
40 COMING SOON
Ad AstrA and Wonder PArk
41 MUSIC RELEASES 40 Stealing Sheep and Whitesnake
42 WISH YOU WERE HERE
Article en anglais américain The Roman Baths in Bath, England, UK
43-47 ENGLISH NOW TEST - Article lu et enregistré sur le CD audio
- Des exercices de prononciation et d’intonation 49 NEXT ISSUE & ANSWERS
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FORUMPEOPLE
Article by Louanne Piccolo
TESSA, 25, medical student from Montreal, Canada
Yes! I love the natural energy of spring and I get excited about
cleaning and organising after winter. The seasons are very
marked in Canada – winter is very cold and summer is hot.
I like to be ready for a new season with new activities and
the correct clothes.
JAMES, 49, bookshop owner from Edinburgh,
Scotland, UK
The answer is no. I don’t like cleaning. I pay a person to
clean my house every week. It’s a pity I can’t ask
someone to spring clean my house, too! As a shop
owner, I don’t have the time to spring clean my house
because I spring clean my shop.
WENDY, 37, history teacher from Umhlanga Rocks,
Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
My house is always neat and tidy. I don’t wait for spring
to throw away things I don’t need – I clean on rainy days.
In my region in South Africa, the temperature is always mild,
so I don’t need to organise different clothes and shoes for
different seasons.

a spring cleaning un nettoyage de printemps clothes les habits neat, tidy rangé, propre
winter l’hiver a bookshop owner un libraire to throw away jeter
summer l’été it’s a pity quel dommage a rainy day un jour pluvieux
mild doux
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Will you do a big
spring cleaning thi yea?A1 A2
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ROBERT, 67, pensioner from Auckland,
New Zealand
Defnitely! My sister and I always helped my mother
to spring clean. I’m nostalgic when I think about it.
The memories are happy memories and I like thinking
about them. When I spring clean, I feel like I’m a child
again. I also really enjoy a fresh and clean house.
HANNAH, 29, computer programmer
from Caribou, Maine, USA
I spring clean but not always in spring! When I buy new
clothes, I give some old clothes away. I love books and
I buy a lot. I regularly take books to the charity shop
so that I don’t have too many books on my bookshelves.
I spring clean all the time!
PHIL, 54, project manager from Brighton,
England, UK
Wow! Do people still spring clean? I don’t have many
possessions so my house always feels a little empty.
I clean every Sunday morning and I sort through my
clothes every six months. I give old clothes to charities
and I almost never buy useless objects. So, why spring
clean?

a pensioner un retraité to feel empty donner l’impression d’être vide
defnitely sans aucun doute to sort trier, ranger
a computer programmer un programmeur informatique useless inutile
a bookshelf (pl.bookshelves) une étagère
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