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Are you a survivor?

Lycée Martin V - Mrs Gerard

Part II

Start

You've discovered your destination and learnt a lot about it.
You've seen a new tense - The Present Perfect.
You've spent your first night on the island.
And so far you haven't been eliminated!


Previously on Australian Survivor

In today's episode you will face the Reward challenge. Then you will try to win the invidual immunity to stay longer on the island. Are your ready? Click on the logo.

Before you get to take up the Reward challenge, let's see if you remember what was explained in Part I.

Australian Survivor
Day 2

Now, get ready for
the Reward Challenge.

Reward challenge

Remember: you were given the opportunity to bring five items on the island while preparing your backpack. It's time they serve you.

Each member of both team has to check if the chosen items are useful or not.
Watch the following video and sum up your points.
The team with the most points will get a survival training with a great expert ...

How many points do you give your team ?


  • Between 25 and 18
  • Between 17 and 10
  • Between 9 and 5

Congratulations!

You chose the right items.
So did the other members of your team.

You have just won the Reward challenge.
It's time to meet Bear Grylls, a survival expert.

You could have chosen better items but luckily the other members of you team made great choices.


Congratulations!
You have just won the Reward challenge.
It's time for your team to meet Bear Grylls, a survival expert.

Seriously ?

You could have chosen better items. You don't seem well prepared for this adventure. But luckily the other members of you team made great choices.

Congratulations!
You have just won the Reward challenge.
It's time for your team to meet Bear Grylls, a survival expert.

BEar Grylls

The real survivoR

Bear Grylls is a British adventurer, traveller, explorer, survival trainer, writer and television presenter.

He has been to many countries in the world, has travelled to Antarctica, has crossed the Atlantic Ocean, has climbed numerous mountains including Mount Everest, has trained as a Karate Grand Master in Japan, has set various Guinness World records, has survived in the most inhospitable places and has written many books. He is definitely no ordinary man...

Edward Michael Grylls was born on June 7, 1974 in London. His sister Lara nicknamed him Bear soon after his birth.

At the age of 8 he joined the Cub Scouts and has remained involved ever since.
He has always been interested in adventure sports, such as mountaineering, sailing, and sky diving. He was trained in these sports by his father.
He was educated at Eton College and helped start its mountaineering club.

In 1998, at the age of 23, he became one of the youngest climbers ever to conquer Mount Everest. Just 18 months before he had been severely injured in a parachuting accident that had left him almost paralysed. After that, in 2000, he published his first book ‘The Kid Who Climbed Everest’.

After his trip to the Himalayas, he joined the 21 SAS (Special Air Service) Regiment. He worked there for 3 years as a a combat survival instructor.
He also wanted to join the MI5 but he needed a University degree to do so. He then started Hispanic studies and graduated from Birkbeck, University of London, in 2002.
He set an expedition and led a team to para-motor over Angel Falls (the highest waterfall in the world) in 2005.
In 2006 he hosted a series titled Man vs. Wild. The series featured him dropped into inhospitable places and showing viewers how to survive.
In 2008, Bear and a team of four travelled to Antarctica to climb one of the World’s most remote unconquered peaks. He suffered a broken shoulder while using a jet-ski and had to be evacuated.

In 2015, Bear went on an adventure into the Alaskan Wilderness with the then US President Barack Obama.
In 2019 he was appointed as ‘Officer of the British Empire” by the Queen of England.
Bear has been married to Shara since 2000 and they have three sons: Jesse, Marmaduke and Huckleberry. They live on a houseboat on the River Thames (London).
He has written numerous books including biographies, survival guides, a children’s adventure fiction and a healthy-eating recipe book.

Check your comprehension

Listen carefully to Bear's tips to stay alive

Some content might be disturbing. If you want, you can immediately go to the next page.

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Simple past vs Present perfect

I have worked

You have lived
he has begun

I worked

You lived
He began

In 2000, he wrote his first book.

He has written many books.

In 1998, he climbed Mount Everest

He has climbed numerous mountains.

Même si les deux temps peuvent se traduire ici par du passé composé, ils n'insitent pas sur la même chose.

En 1998, il a gravi le Mont Everest.
En 2000, il a écrit son premier livre.

Il a gravi de nombreuses montagnes.
Il a écrit beaucoup de livres.

Ce qui est important ici, c'est le moment où l'action a eu lieu.

Ce qui est important ici, c'est que l'action a eu lieu, peu importe à quel moment.

L'action a eu lieu dans une période de temps terminée.

L'action a eu lieu dans une période de temps qui n'est pas terminée, qui se prolonge jusqu'au présent.

Simple past vs Present perfect

Compare

I lost my wallet last week.

I have lost my wallet. (I can't find it now)

Mike went home ten minutes ago.

Mike has gone home. (he isn't here now)

Did you see Mary on Saturday?

Have you seen Mary? (where is she now?)

Have you ever been to Italy? (in your life)

We've lived in Singapore for six years. (we live there now)

We lived in Singapore for six years but now we live in Oxford.

Did you go to Italy last year?

Australian Survivor
Day 5

It's time for
the Immunity Challenge.

You have to go deep into the jungle and be the first to find the Immunity Necklace. Good luck!

Search the place to find some clues

There's nothing here.

There are so many ants here. I wonder where they are going.

It's just an old branch.

There's nothing here.

You have found some berries.

But don't eat them. They're poisonous.


These rocks are slippery.

It could be dangerous to climb them.

It's not the best moment to go for a swim. Get out of the water and keep looking for some clues.

Are you hungry? It's not a coconut tree. Don't waste your time climbing it.

There are some aboriginal symbols painted on the walls.

Can you decifer them ? You might need a code.
Get out of the cave.

It might be interesting to explore the cave.

Search the place again to find the code.

There's nothing here.

There are so many ants here. I wonder where they are going.

It's just an old branch.

There's nothing here.

You have found some berries.

But don't eat them. They're poisonous.


These rocks are slippery.

It could be dangerous to climb them.

You know there's nothing in the water. Hurry up!

It's just a palm tree.

Good job. The code was hidden under the rock.
Do you remember the symbols from the cave?

Back to the cave.

You need to be the first to find the collar.

There's nothing here.

Lucky you!

You have found the Immunity Necklace.

You can now go to the Tribal Council safely.

Click on the bottom right corner to go to the council.

It's just an old branch.

There's nothing here.

You have found some berries.

But don't eat them. They're poisonous.


These rocks are slippery.

It could be dangerous to climb them.

You know there's nothing in the water. Hurry up!

It's just a palm tree.

The Immunity Necklace has protected you.

You haven't been eliminated!

Congratulations!