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May 7 2009 5 07 /05 /May /2009 16:00
Here is a new challenge for you. It's a bit different as it is not a place this time but a celebrity.


Who is this man ? What's his name ? Have you seen him before ?

That's right, Sonia, his name is Aaron McGruder. He's American and he is the one who created the Boodocks.

Aaron McGruder, the creator of the Boondocks

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April 26 2009 1 26 /04 /April /2009 17:18
Here's a new pic and a new challenge!


What is it and where is it ?


Any ideas? Send your answers!
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March 27 2009 6 27 /03 /March /2009 12:00
Here is the fifth picture.

Will you be able to tell me what it is and where it is ? (Your answer will have to be precise = what city ?)


So think and send your answers !

Congratulations Grégory (10C).

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March 10 2009 3 10 /03 /March /2009 14:10
At Grégory's request, here is the fourth picture.
As 10C-pupils have soooo much free time this afternoon, here's to keep you busy...

What is a typical English breakfast composed of ?

Have a good look at thie picture and list 12 different items.

A full English breakfast is composed of
-a glass of orange juice or grapefruit juice
-a bowl of cereals (cornflakes, for example) served with cold milk or porridge
-a cup of tea or coffee (white coffee or black coffee)
-toast with butter, jam or marmalade
-baked beans, bacon, sausages, an egg (poached, hard-boiled or scrambled), cooked mushrooms and tomatoes
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March 10 2009 3 10 /03 /March /2009 14:00
Here's a new pic and a new challenge for you : What is it and where is it ?


Send your answer quickly !

You're right, Marius (and Apolline !). It is Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences. It is in the City of Westminster, London.

Since its opening by Queen Victoria in 1871, the world's leading artists have appeared on its stage (The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Deep Purple, Petula Clark, Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix, ABBA, Genesis, The Cure, Chris Rea, Jean-Michel Jarre, and The Corrs, of course... )

Each year it hosts more than 350 performances including classical concerts, rock and pop, ballet and opera, tennis, award ceremonies, school and community events, charity performances and banquets.
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March 3 2009 3 03 /03 /March /2009 08:00
Here is a new picture with the same question again : What is it and where is it ?
Will you be up to this new challenge ?
Be the first to answer by clicking on "ajouter un commentaire".
Good luck !

That is the correct answer, Rémi (10B). It is the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland. Well done Rémi !

The Giant's Causeway is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. It is situated on the northeast coast of Ireland,
You're right, Manon, legend has it that the Irish warrior Finn McCool built the causeway to walk to Scotland to fight his Scottish enemy Benandonner.

The legend tells that Fionn fell asleep before he got to Scotland. When he did not arrive, the much larger Benandonner crossed the bridge looking for him. To protect Fionn, his wife Oonagh disguised him as a baby in a cot. Then she pretended that he was actually their baby son.

When Benandonner saw the size of the baby, he assumed the alleged father, Fionn, must be gigantic indeed.

That's why, Benandonner fled home in terror, ripping up the Causeway in case he was followed by Fionn.

Next pic will be on line on Tuesday !
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February 18 2009 4 18 /02 /February /2009 21:30
 Have you seen this picture before ?

What is it and where is it ?

If you know the answer, click on "add comment" to send it. Hurry up, the first one to come up with the right answer will be the winner.

Need some help ? Visit Mme Monin's blog, you will find a helpful clue...

Click on this link


It IS Mount Rushmore National Memorial indeed.

Well done Sonia (10C) ! Now can you, or anyone else, name the 4 people carved in the mountain (in the right order, of course) ? Don't forget to click on "Ajouter un commentaire" to send your answer.

Well done Juliana, is is the national memorial of 4 American Presidents : George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt.  Each head is about 60 feet high.
The construction of the memorial began in 1927. The rock was so hard that more than 90 % of the mountain was carved using dynamite ! The faces of the presidents were carved one after the other.
Mount Rushmore is one of the most visited monuments in the United States.

A special thank-you to Mme Monin and Juliana (10C) who both answered the question correctly. Congratulations !

Next picture will be posted on Tuesday.
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Ce blog pédagogique a été créé par Madame Lebeau, professeur d'anglais au Collège Louis de Broglie à Ancemont près de Verdun.
Il s'adresse aux élèves désireux de progresser en anglais.
Son contenu est dans la continuité des activités et thèmes travaillés en classe. Ce blog propose de nombreuses ressources audio et vidéo ainsi que de nombreux liens vers des sites web très riches.
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