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Spying – L’espionnage L’ESPIONNAGE L’espionnage est la collecte des informations privées sans la permission du détenteur de l’information. Spying is the collection of private information without the permission of the information holder. La pratique d’espionnage est illégale et indésirable pour tout le monde. The practice of spying is illegal and undesirable for everyone. Je suis […]
TRANSLATION EXERCISES ON THE TOPIC OF HEALTH I find that translation is an excellent way of getting students to use verbs and vocabulary within a specific theme. In this translation, students are presented with 10 sentences on the topic of Health, and have to translate from English to French. I suggest that in a mixed […]
READING PRACTICE LEAVING CERT FRENCH DEPUIS 20 ANS, LE « PLAN VÉLO » EN UK OU EN IRLANDE A FAIT EXPLOSER LE NOMBRE D’USAGERS. Adapted from: Be Celt The following is an extract from a reading practice piece. In this extract, students are required to put the verbs from the first section into their English […]