Magazine Vocable All English - Du 14 au 27 Novembre 2019

-

Presse
36 pages
Lire un extrait
Obtenez un accès à la bibliothèque pour le consulter en ligne
En savoir plus

Description

EXPLORING THE NATIONAL PARKS - TIMELESS NATURAL WONDERS THAT CONTINUE TO INSPIRE AND FASCINATE

Sujets

Informations

Publié par
Date de parution 14 novembre 2019
Langue English
Signaler un problème
N° 483/All English.
La presse înternatîonale enV.O.pour progresser en anglaîs
Du 14 au 27 novembre 20193,60 € /
EXPLORING THE NATIONAL TIMELESS NATURALPWONDEARS THATRCONTINUKE TO INSPSIRE AND FASCINATE
ECONOMY NOBEL PRIZE REWARDS STUDY OF POVERTY THE ECONOMIST
PRATIC’ABLE
FASHION RENAISSANCE IS TRENDING THE GUARDIAN
HEALTH A GRIM DIAGNOSIS FOR SLOW WALKERS THE INDEPENDENT
4 pages centrales de quiz pour progresser en anglais Les articles définis et indéfinis / Vocabulaire: chez le boulanger
L 18896 483 F:3,60
DANS LE CADRE DE
SALON Partir étudier à l’étranger
22, 23 ET 24 NOVEMBRE PARIS EXPO  PORTE DE VERSAILLES
Invitation gratuite sur letudiant.fr
ESPACE DÉDIÉ STUDY UK* *Étudier au RoyaumeUni
MAGES I ETTY © G
édito
SORAYA NIGITA RÉDACTRICE EN CHEF
Exploring the national parks
Unless you live in the Southern Hemisphere, the days are now getting cooler and shorter. And to top it all, you only have a few weeks left to pre-pare your New Year resolutions.
Why not escape the winter doldrums by heading to the national parks for a much-needed breath of fresh air, and a dollop of inspiration? The United States has about sixty protected areas bearing the national park label. Yellowstone became therst by an act of Congress in 1872. It was not until 1916 that President Woodrow Wilson enacted the American federal law that created the National Park Service, to allow natural and historic land scapes to be enjoyed while also preserving them for future generations.
You’ll discover how the Grand Canyon, which ce lebrated its 100 years as a national park this year, hasplayedacrucialroleinthespaceracebyserving as a proxy for the Moon for generations of explor ers and researchers.
Going higher and faster and aiming for the stars is ne when you are an astronaut, but studies show that a growing number of American work ers are experiencing some form of burnout. Here again, parks have the solution! A startup is putting stressed out professionals in touch with cashstrapped parks to help them swap their skills in exchange for sabbatical retreats in the great outdoors. So if you're up for a little walking, we’ll be covering quite a lot of ground in the next few pages.
Rejoignez-nous sur
Happy Reading!
et suivez-nous sur
BONUS
et sur
L’artîcle est reprîs sur le CD ou les MP3 de conversatîon :Des interviews en V.O. pour améliorer votre compréhension
Tous les articles du magazine sont lus par des anglophones sur le CD (ou les MP3) de lecture
Retrouvez le reportage vîdéolié à l’ article sur vocable.r
Photo de couverture : SUPERSTOCK/SUPERSTOCK/SIPA
sommaire N° 483/ Du 14 au 27 novembre 2019 NIVEAU DE DIFFICULTÉ ET ÉQUIVALENCE CECRL (Cadre Européen Commun de Référence pour les langues): facIleA2-B1moyenB2-C1dIicIleC1-C2 Pour facIlIter le repérage et la compréhensIon, les mots traduIts sont surlIgnés dans tous les artIcles du magazIne.
Grand angle4 ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... On parle d'eux5 .............................................................................................................................................................................................
 À la une B2-C1 Astronauts in the Grand Canyon6 THE GUARDIAN (UK).......................  How they prepared or the Moon.
B2-C1 The National Parks Want You10 THE NEW YORK TIMES (US)..............  Recharging in the great outdoors.
 Société B2-C1  Renaîssancecore: dressîng lîke Anne Boleyn THE GUARDIAN (UK)..........................................................................................................................................................................................12 Channelling 16th century cool.
A2-B1
Sur le vif13 ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................
B2-C1  The New Makers of Plant-Based Meat THE NEW YORK TIMES (US)..................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Meat-makers mind their greens.
A2-B1
PRATIC’ABLE.................................................................................................................................17 Vocabulaîre, expressîons et astuces pour parler comme un anglophone Chez le boulanger / Point de grammaire : L'article défini, l'article indéfini, pas d'article / Soignez votre orthographe / Langue et culture
À 360°21 ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................
 Enjeux C1-C2  Who Lîstens In on a Presîdent's Phone Call? BBC (UK).............................22 A well-oiled protocol.
B2-C1  Nobel prîze for understandîng poverty THE ECONOMIST (UK)..........26 The triumph o the experimental approach.
Culture B2-C1  After The Irîshman and Gemînî Man, actors need never  worry about age agaîn HINDUSTAN TIMES.......................................................................................28 The coming o age o wrinkle-ree cinema.
A2-B1
A2-B1
A2-B1
Les échos30 ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................
Zoom sur31 ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Découverte The dangers of beîng a slow walkerTHE INDEPENDENT (UK)......................32 A disturbing diagnosis.
Les sorties34 ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................Le dessin35 .................................................................................................................................................................................................................