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The wheel of

rituals

The sections

5 things challenge: Find 5 words corresponding to the theme.
An extract from…: Watch the extract from a movie and try to guess which film it is, who the actors are,…
Expression of the day: Try to guess the meaning of the expression, and to find an equivalent in French
Who is it? Guess who the famous person of the day is.
Tongue Twisters: Try the tongue twister of the day, but be careful, it is not that easy.

Turn the wheel and play!

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  • Tong twisters
  • Who is it?
  • Expression of the day
  • 5 things challenge
  • An extract from...?
  • Tong twisters
  • Who is it?
  • Expression of the day
  • 5 things challenge
  • An extract from...?

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Tong twister

Expression of the day

Who is it?

Five things challenge

An extract from...

Tong twisters

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She sells sea shells by the seashore

Kitty caught the kitten eating chicken in the kitchen

If two witches would watch two watches, which witch would watch which watch?

Whether the weather is warm, whether the weather is hot, we have to put up with the weather, whether we like it or not.'

Give papa a cup of proper coffee in a copper coffee cup.

Betty bought some butter, but the butter was bitter. So Betty bought some better butter to make the bitter butter better.

How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream

Who is it?

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I'm the heir of the British throne just after my father and my grandfather.
Who am I?

I'm Prince George of Cambridge!

I'm the first black woman to be Vice President in the USA.
Who am I?

I'm Kamala Harris!

I invented the most famous wizard of the literary world.
Who am I?

I'm J.K. Rowling!

I'm a Jamaican artist, famous for my reggae music.
Who am I?

I'm Bob Marley!

I am the king of the pop and I am famous for my moon walk.
Who am I?

I'm Mickael Jackson

I was imprisonned because of my skin, and later became President of my country.
Who am I?

I'm Nelson Mandela!

I'm a British actress who fight for women's right.
Who am I?

I'm Emma Watson!

I'm an actor who became famous for my silent movies during the golden age of Hollywood.
Who am I?

I'm Charlie Chaplin!

I was the first female Prime Minister of Great Britain, my nickname was "the Iron Lady".
Who am I?

I'm Margaret Thatcher

I was the first man to land foot on the moon.
Who am I?

I'm Neil Armstrong

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It costs an arm and a leg!

You can say it before a game, an exam or a show.

It costs an arm and a leg!
= It's very expensive

In French, we would say "ça coûte un bras!"

Break a leg!


You can say it before a game, an exam or a show.

Break a leg!
= good luck!

In French, we would say "Merde!"

It's a piece of cake.

You can say it before a game, an exam or a show.

It's a piece of cake.
= It's easy

In French, we would say "c'est de la tarte"

You can say it before a game, an exam or a show.

It's raining cats and dogs

You can say it before a game, an exam or a show.

It's raining cats and dogs
= It's raining a lot

In French, we would say "Il pleut des cordes"

It's not rocket science

You can say it before a game, an exam or a show.

It's not rocket science
= it's not complicated

In French, we would say "C'est pas sorcier"

You're pulling my leg!

You can say it before a game, an exam or a show.

You're pulling my leg!
= You're kidding, you're joking

To be broke

You can say it before a game, an exam or a show.

To be broke
= not have any money

In French we would say "être fauché"

To be under the weather

You can say it before a game, an exam or a show.

To be under the weather
= to feel sick, unwell

In French, we would say "ne pas être dans son assiette"

You don't judge a book by its cover

You can say it before a game, an exam or a show.

You don't judge a book by its cover
= don't judge people only on their appearance

In French, we would say "l'habit ne fait pas le moine"

To be a chatterbox

You can say it before a game, an exam or a show.

To be a chatterbox
= to be very talkative

In French, we would say "être un moulin à parole"

You can say it before a game, an exam or a show.

5 things challenge

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Find 5 words that start with a "B"

You have 20 seconds

Find 5 American singers

Find 5 English speaking countries

Find 5 yellow things

Find 5 fruit / vegetables

Find 5 cities in the USA

Find 5 animals who live in the farm

Find 5 words starting with the letter "M"

Find 5 British / American series

Find 5 Britsh cities

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