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Objectives . English grammar Grammar and vocabulary through translation Cambridge Advanced Certificate in English (Use of English) – techniques and strategies. Homework. Find examples in the text of: A compound adjective and compound noun

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objectives

Objectives

English grammar

Grammar and vocabularythrough translation

Cambridge Advanced Certificate in English (Use of English) – techniques and strategies

homework
Homework

Findexamplesin the text of:

  • A compound adjective and compound noun
  • Wordsthatcollocatewithinquiry or survey
  • Twoexamples of the past simple
  • A superlative
  • A presentverbform for a changing state
  • An acronym
http englishtransgram wikispaces com
http://englishtransgram.wikispaces.com/

TRUTH OR LIES?

Mynameis Andrea Emara

aemara@univ-catholyon.fr

  • I have been living in Lyon for 5 years.
  • My husband is working in the USA at the moment.
  • I also teach English at CPE de Lyon.
looking at the present
Lookingat the present
  • I have been living in Lyon for 5 years. - present perfect continuous
  • My husband is working in the USA at the moment. – present progressive/continuous
  • I also teach English at CPE de Lyon – present simple
  • Why do we use the different verb forms to express the present and how would you translate these sentences in French?
french
French

1) Il parle chinois couramment et maintenant il apprend l’espagnol à l’école.

2) Depuis combien de temps habitez-vous cette ville ?

3) Nous habitons ici depuis 1980.

4) Nous lirons ce livre la semaine prochaine.

5) Les gouvernements d’Europe sont en train de redéfinir leurs lois sur l’immigration pour essayer d’endiguer le flot d’immigrants clandestins.

6) J’habite à Lyon en ce moment, mais normalement j’habite à Paris

7) L’anniversaire officiel de la Reine est le 12 juin.

8) Les coûts de production sont en train d’augmenter dans l’industrie.

9) J’attends la lettre depuis six jours.

10) Je travaille avec vous depuis trois ans.

english
English

1) He speaks Chinese fluently and now he is learning Spanish at school.

2) How long have you been living in this city? Difference… How many…+have you +pp

3) We have been living here since 1980. No difference – We have lived…

4) We are reading this book next week (for plan/arrangement)

5) Europe’s governments are redefining their immigration laws in an effort to stem the tide of illegal immigrants.

6) I am living in Lyon at the moment, but I normally live in Paris.

7) The Queen’s official birthday is on 12th June.

8) Production costs are increasing in industry.

9) I have been waiting for the letter for ten days.

10) I have been working with you for three years.

Any differences? Can you explain why you have used the present verb forms?

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la rentr e
La rentrée

rentrée f 1. ECOLE new term; le jour de la ~ the day the schools go back;aujourd'hui, c'est la ~ (des classes) the schools go back today2. UNIV start of the new academic year3. (après les vacancesd'été) à la ~ after the summer break; la ~ politiquethe return of parliament la ~ théâtralethe start of the new theatre season; faire sa ~ POL to start the new session of parliament4. (come-back) comeback; faire sa ~ to make one's comeback5. (fait de rentrer) return; ~ dansl'atmosphèrere-entry into the atmosphere6. (sommed'argent) money coming in no pl; ~s income7. (mise à l'abri) bringing in

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la sant des 11 15 ans bilan mitig le monde 02 09 08 15h34 mis jour le 02 09 08 15h45
La santé des 11-15 ans : bilan mitigéLE MONDE | 02.09.08 | 15h34  •  Mis à jour le 02.09.08 | 15h45

Bonne nouvelle : en France, les élèves de 11 à 15 ans se jugent, pour la très grande majorité d'entre eux, en bonne santé. C'est ce qui ressort de l'enquête internationale HBSC (HealthBehaviour in School-AgedChildren) menée, en 2006, dans 40 pays sous l'égide de l'Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) et publiée, mardi 2 septembre, par l'Institut national de prévention et d'éducation pour la santé (Inpes).

La consommation de cigarettes est en baisse, le recours aux préservatifs pour les jeunes de 15 ans sexuellement actifs est massif, les problèmes de surpoids sont, en moyenne, moins fréquents que dans les pays comparables. En revanche, certains indicateurs sont au rouge. La consommation de cannabis, même si elle stagne, est une des plus fortes d'Europe, les ivresses dues à l'alcool progressent, le rapport à l'école laisse à désirer, de même que la communication entre parents et adolescents.

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The Health of 11-15 year olds: A mixed bagAre 11-15 year-olds healthy: Results are mixed/Mixed results

Good news: in France, most 11-15-year-old school children consider themselves in good health/ to be healthy. These are the findings/conclusions/results of an international HBSC inquiry (Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children) conducted/carried out/undertaken in 2006 in 40 countries under the aegis of /sponsored by the World Health Organisation(WHO) and published on Tuesday 2ndSeptember by the National Institute for Prevention and Health Education (INPES).

Cigarette smoking is decreasing/is on the decrease, the use of condoms is prevalent among sexually active 15-year-olds and weight problems are less frequent than in similar countries. However, certain indicators are alarming. Cannabis consumption, although stable, is one of the highest in Europe, drunkenness is increasing and the attitude to school leaves a lot to be desired, just like communication between parents and teenagers.