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Magazine avec audio d'anglais pour les niveaux débutant à intermédiaire : Incredible Tasmania : la faune et la flore, 10 choses à faire à Hobart, un refuge pour sauver les diables de Tasmanie - A l'aéroport et conversation dans l'avions - expressions avec le mot "world" - les retards.

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Date de parution 01 octobre 2019
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Incredible Tasmania
La faune et la flore de Tasmanie
10 choses à faire à Hobart, Tasmanie
Un refuge pour sauver les diables de Tasmanie
WHO ARE THEY? P L TRavrs BOOST YOUR ENGLISH!
PHRASES-CLÉS ET VOCABULAIRE :À l’aéroport Conversation dans l’avion
EXPRESSIONS IDIOMATIQUESavec le mot ‘world’
DETAILS INSIDE
PRONONCIATION : Le ‘s’ en fin de mot
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Dix choses à faire àHobart, Tasmanie Vocabulaire en images :à l’aéroport Rencontre avecDonna Poingdestre, artiste Qui étaitP L Travers ?IncroyableTasmanie Trois conversationssur le retard au travail
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Article enanglais américain
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- articleluetenregistrésur CD ou en téléchargeable (www.englishnow.fr) - Des exercices de prononciation et d’intonation AUDIO - Une conversation spontanée (avec sa transcription sur Go Digital)
Unexercice interactifse rapporte à cet article dans Go Digital.
Les articles couvrent les niveaux A1 à B1 du Cadre Européen Commun de Référence pour les langues. Débutant Élémentaire Intermédiaire A1 A2 B1
SOMMAIRE CONTENTS o106 October - November 2019
PEOPLE PLACES FUN AND GAMES
NEWS VOCABULARY NEXT ISSUE AND ANSWERS
LANGUAGE
4-5FORUMWhat is it like living in Tasmania? 6-710 THINGS TO DOHobart, Tasmania, Australia 8-9WHO ARE THEY?P L Travers 10-11NOW NEWS 12-13SITHATME?SWNAAt the airport MEET 14-15Donna Poingdestre, artist in Portsmouth, UK 16-17GRAMMAR FILESComparative 18-19,SDROWDSORWExpressions with the word ‘world’ 20-21READ ALL ABOUT ITCricket 22-23ENGLISH AT WORK Late for work 24-25TIIAONROPNCNUWords that end in ‘-s’ 26-29TRAVELOGUE Incredible Tasmania 31NOW YOU’RE TALKINGCalming someone who is afraid of flying 32HSILGNEINKOOCTraditional neenish tarts 33KALITUSVRVIAt the airport 34-35ORMSGFTENIGER An Englishman in Tasmania 36STAR WORDS 37NEWS FROM THE STUDIOS 38-39INTERVIEWWade Anthony, owner of a Tasmanian devil sanctuary 40COMING SOONJOKERandSORRYWEMISSEDYOU 41ELEASESSUMRCI Mika and Westlife 42WISH YOU WERE HERE Lake Oberon, Tasmania, Australia 43-47ENGLISH NOW TEST 49NEXT ISSUE & ANSWERS
INTERACTIVE EXERCISES
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PArEticle byLouannePPiccolLoE FORUM
What Ś it like living ? inTŝmania
MEL ANIE,46,stay-at-home mumfrom Brigalow, Queensland, Australia I moved to Tasmania when I was 15. At first, I didn’t like it, because it was different from South Africa, but then I saw that it was beautiful,cleanandsafe. Now I live on the Australian mainland, but I have many good memories of Tasmania and many good friends who still live there.
AXEL,18, student from Brighton, England, UK If you want aquietlife, it’s the perfect place to live. I was on holiday for two months in Tasmania last year, and it was boring. There is nothing forteenagersto do, and everybody knows each other. Maybe I will go back one day when Iretire.
DEBOR AH,36, pharmacist from Devonport, Tasmania, Australia  A lot of people say that Tasmania is a place they want to go when they retire. It’s beautiful and charming, but it’s not to  a destination if you are ambitious. It’s also not the best for people who love busy cities. I love living here place though; it’s perfect for me!
a stay-at-home mum clean safe quiet
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une mère au foyer propre sûr, sans danger calme
boring a teenager to retire though
ennuyeux, barbant un adolescent prendre sa retraite cependant
1 Tassie is a nickname for the Australian state of Tasmania. It may also refer to the people of Tasmania.
un propriétaire de boutique au monde, sur Terre
CALLUM,39,shop ownerfromAppleton, Maine, USA
I lived inTassie for four years. It’s truly beautiful, and it is one of my favourite placeson Earth. The south is less rural than the rest of the island – there are a lot of museums and galleries in Hobart, but the economy isn’t good. It’s difficult to find work there.
MARY,61, freelance editor from Auckland, North Island, New Zealand
Igrew upin rural Tasmania, but I left when I was 21 because it was difficult to find a job after school. I remember that it was cold in winter and hot in summer. It’s an island, so theseafoodis fresh and delicious, and the landscapes aregorgeous.
MARC,25,sales representativefrom Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
un commercial un paysage le plein air, la nature la randonnée
a sales representative scenery the outdoors hiking
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1 Tassie is an amazing place to live! The people are friendly and thesceneryis some of the best in the world. If you want to be happy here, you must like the outdoors. I love fishing, swimming andhiking. My friends and I camp almost every weekend.
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to grow up (grew, grown) seafood
gorgeous
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a shop owner on Earth
grandir des fruits de mer,  du poisson superbe, splendide