Lecture compréhension - Anglais : 5ème

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Cours et exercice : Lecture compréhension - Anglais : 5ème

Comic strip: Peanuts – 5ème – Lecture compréhension en anglais

Lecture compréhension en anglais pour la 5ème Comic strip: Peanuts Introduction Fais correspondre les termes suivants à leur traduction anglaise. Roman • • Picture/Photograph Article de journal • • Novel Bande dessinée • • Play Photographie • • Newspaper article Pièce de théâtre • • Comic strip A quel registre appartient le document étudié ? Connais-tu un des personnages ? OUI / NON. Si oui, remets son nom dans le bon ordre : P S Y O N O ……..

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Valentine’s Day – 5ème – Lecture compréhension en anglais

Lecture compréhension en anglais à imprimer pour la 5ème – Valentine’s Day Happy Valentine’s Day! Valentine was a man who lived in Rome in the third century. The Roman Emperor at the time, Claudius the Second, was not a Christian as Valentine. Claudius thought that married soldiers did not make good soldiers, so he told his soldiers that they must not marry….. Compréhension écrite Relève le nom des personnages ainsi que toutes les indications de temps et de lieu. Trouve…

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Saint Patrick’s Day – 5ème – Lecture compréhension en anglais

lecture compréhension en anglais sur la Saint Patrick’s Day en 5ème Saint Patrick’s Day is an Irish holiday and it is celebrated annually on March 17th. The Irish have observed this religious tradition for thousands of years. Saint Patrick’s real name was Maewyn Succat. When he was 16 years-old, he was kidnapped by Irish raiders and became a slave. He worked 6 years as a shepherd. Back to England, he became a priest and had a vision: to go and…

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Christmas in the United Kingdom – 5ème – Lecture compréhension en anglais

In the UK (or Great Britain), families often celebrate Christmas together, so they can watch each other open their presents! Most families have a Christmas Tree (or maybe even two!) in their house for Christmas. The decorating of the tree is usually a family occasion, with everyone helping. Christmas Trees were first popularized in the UK by Prince Albert, the husband of Queen Victoria in the nineteenth century. Prince Albert was German, and thought that it would be good to…

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