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Friday 6 january 2012 5 06 /01 /Jan /2012 13:34
- Posted in: 2011-2012 - 2nde 2

Hi guys,

 

as some of you were absent since there was a special Portuguese class, we will do the vocabulary test on Wednesday.

So we talked more about the story of Jacob in the video. Here is what we said about it:

 

The main character (actions)

- He sees / saw them arrive.
- He sees / saw his companions being killed.
- He warns / warned his father that the soldiers are coming.
- His father is / was killed by a soldier in front of him.
- He screams / screamed.
- He tries / tried to escape.
- he is / was shot by a soldier in the right leg.
- He falls / fell down, gets up / got up and limps / limped.
- He frightens / frightened a horse with a torch.

- He kills / killed  a soldier.
- He flees / fled his village on a horse.

Present / preterit

 

Then we continued with reviewing how to build the preterit in English (regular and irregular verbs) + how to pronounce the /ED/ ending.

 

Verbes réguliers au prétérit:
[d] ---> Le dernier son du mot fait vibrer les cordes vocales.
ex: warn, scream, try, kill.

[t] ---> Le dernier son du mot ne fait pas vibrer les cordes vocales.
ex: escape.
[id] ---> Le dernier son du mot se termine par les sons [d] ou [t], il faut donc le prononcer [id] pour éviter la répétition. 
ex: need, want, respond.

 

HW:

- apprendre la leçon

- réviser pour le contrôle de vocabulaire qui n'a pu avoir lieu ce matin.

- commencer à réviser la liste des verbes irréguliers (d'ici deux mois votre liste devra être intégralement connue...).

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The main character (actions)

- He sees / saw them arrive.
- He sees / saw his companious being killed.
- He warns / warned his father that the soldiers are coming.
- His father is / was killed by a soldier in front of him.
- He screams / screamed.
- He tries / tried to escape.
- he is / was shot by a soldier in the right leg.
- He falls / fell down, gets up / got up and limps / limped.
- He frightens / frightened a horse with a torch.
- He kills / killed a soldier.
- He flees / fleed his village on a horse.


Present perfect / preterit

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Phonologie

Verbes réguliers au passé :

[d] ---> Le dernier son du mot fait vibrer les cordes vocales.

ex : warn, scream, try, kill.

[t] ---> Le dernier son du mot ne fait pas vibrer les cordes vocales.

ex : escape.

[id] ---> Le dernier son du mot se termine par les sons [d] ou [t], il faut donc le prononcer [id] pour éviter la répétition.

ex : need, want, respond.
Comment number1 posted by Ameline on 08/01/2012 at 16h01

Song of the moment

Abonnez-vous !



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