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Activités de vocabulaire, de CO et de CE, et de grammaire (prétérit simple)

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UPON A TIME

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UPON A TIME

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Do you know the following stories ?

THREE LITTLE PIGS

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

CINDERELLA

GOLDILOCKS

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD

SNOW WHITE

THE FROG PRINCE

THE LITTLE MERMAID

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What's the English for ... ?

A DRAGON

A KING

A QUEEN

A WITCH

A WIZARD

A FROG

AN OGRE

A KNIGHT

A PRINCESS

A FAIRY

A WOLF

A CASTLE

A FOREST

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Where is the king ?

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He is in front of the bench.

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Where is the queen ?

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She is on the carpet.

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Where is the knight ?

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He is between the king and the queen.

A QUEEN

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Where is the princess ?

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She is next to the queen.

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Where is the witch ?

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She is under a bench.

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Where are they ?They are in the throne room !

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- The Beast -

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- The Prince Frog -

Watch and fill in with the main information !

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- The Little Mermaid -

Read and fill in with the right past form : was, wasn't, were, weren't

Pour raconter une histoire, j'utilise le prétérit simple.BE+ Forme affirmativeI / He / She / It wasYou / We / They were- Forme négativeI / He / She / It wasn'tYou / We / They weren't

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- The Princess & the Frog -

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- Cinderella -

Watch and pick up the regular and the irregular verbs !

Regular

Irregular

EXTRA CHALLENGE !Cette vidéo a été faite en hommage à ceux qui ont travaillé le confinement aux USA. Retrouve quels métiers font ces héros du quotidien !

Les verbes réguliers ont la terminaison -ed ou -d au prétérit.Les verbes irréguliers ne suivent aucune règle... Il faut donc les apprendre par coeur !

PHONETICS / Prononcer -EDIl existe 3 prononciations de la terminaison -ed :/d/ > moved, arrived, loved, .../t/ > danced, jumped, liked, .../id/ > visited, hated, ...Ecoute de nouveau la vidéo et répète les verbes réguliers plusieurs fois avec la bonne prononciation de -ed !