LE BREXIT – BREXIT
- 27th March 2018
- Posted by: Elizabeth
- Category: Leaving Certificate
Après un référendum qui a lieu le 23 juin 2016, Le Royaume-Uni s’apprête à quitter l’Union européene en mars 2019.
After a referendum which took place on the 23rd of June 2016, The United Kingdom is preparing to leave the European Union in March 2019.
Les Britanniques ont voté à près de 52% en faveur d’un Brexit, une sortie historique de leur pays de L’Union européene.
The British voted at almost 52% in favour of a Brexit, an historical exit of their country from the European Union.
C’était une défaite pour l’ex Premier ministre britannique David Cameron, qui militait pour rester dans l’Union.
It was a defeat for former British Prime minister, David Cameron who campaigned to stay in the Union.
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Le 30 mars, 2017 Theresa May a déclenché l’article 50 du traité de Lisbonne, entamant officiellement le divorce avec les autres membres de l’Union.
On the 30th of March, 2017 Theresa May triggered article 50 of the Lisbon treaty initiating officially the divorce with the other members of the Union.
Il faut savoir que les conséquences politiques du Brexit pour L’Union européene sont difficiles à prévoir.
It must be realised that the political consequences of Brexit for the European union are difficult to predict.
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KEY GRAMMATICAL CONSTRUCTIONS
S’apprêter à + verb in the infinitive – Go prepare to do something
Avoir lieu – To take place
Près de – close to
Militer pour – To advocate or campaign for
Délencher – To trigger
Entamer – To begin or undertake
Il faut savoir que – It must be realised that
Difficile à prévoir – difficult to predict
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