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TALK ABOUT AN AMERICAN CITY

TOUTES CES IDÉES NE SONT QUE DES SUGGESTIONS !

3. MORE FACTS

ClimateRecordsMain monuments / museums (= principaux) + The most important monument / museum.

1. INTRODUCTION

Salutations (Hi ! Hello !)Introduction of your project :We are going to talk about... // We are pleased (= happy, delighted, excited) to talk about...

2. GENERAL FACTS

Population : There are... million inhabitants in ... . Its residents are called the ... .Location : ... is located in (name of the State), in the East / South / West / North of the USA.City nickname (s)

5. A LITTLE HISTORY

American-Indians: The... used to live in ...First settlersOld fact(s): This city used to be / have/ ...More recent fact(s): (was / were / -ed)

4. SPORTS and LEISURE

Teams: The ... play there. They have already won... titles.Films: ... have been shot in this city.

6. CONCLUSION

Be positive !What a ... city ! This city is so ... ! We have never been to ... but we would love to !We would really love going to ...It must be worth it ! It is a must-do !It must be spectacular / interesting.

GRAMMAR RECAP

To talk about your American city, you will use :1. Simple structures: There is / there are ... We can see / We can visit ...2. Superlatives3. Comparatives4. The present5. Used to6. The preterit7. Exclamations (What a ... ! So... ! Such a ... !)8. The present perfect (We have never been to ...)9. The conditional (We would love to...)10. The future (We will certainly go to ...)

by Cyril Dussuchaud (académie de LImoges)

Be positive !What a ... city ! This city is so ... ! We have never been to ... but we would love to !We would really love going to ...It must be worth it ! It is a must-do !It must be spectacular / interesting.

Salutations (Hi ! Hello !)Introduction of your project :We are going to talk about... // We are pleased (= happy, delighted, excited) to talk about...

Population : There are... million inhabitants in ... . Its residents are called the ... .Location : ... is located in (name of the State), in the East / South / West / North of the USA.City nickname (s)

ClimateRecordsMain monuments / museums (= principaux) + The most important monument / museum.

Teams: The ... play there. They have already won... titles.Films: ... have been shot in this city.

American-Indians: The... used to live in ...First settlers Old fact(s): This city used to be / have/ ...More recent fact(s): (was / were / -ed)

Be positive !What a ... city ! This city is so ... ! We have never been to ... but we would love to !We would really love going to ...It must be worth it ! It is a must-do !It must be spectacular / interesting.