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memovoc.com Le Prétérit (ou Past Simple) permet de parler d'évènements terminés, passés. Comment se forme-t-il ? Activité 1 : Découvrez le prétérit avec des chansons. regardez bien les verbes en jaune... Activité 2 : Vous avez remarqué que le passé de certains verbes se forme en ajoutant "ed" au verbe. Ces verbes sont réguliers. Par contre, d'autres ne semblent obéir à aucune règle, ce sont les verbes irréguliers. Activité 3 : Entraînez-vous à former le prétérit des verbes réguliers. Activité 4 : Le "ed" se prononce [t], ou [d] ou [id] selon la fin du verbe : [d] comme dans "amazed" [t] comme dans "amassed" [id] comme dans "added". L'essentiel à retenir est qu'on prononce le "e" du "ed" UNIQUEMENT quand le verbe se termine par "t", "te", "d" ou "de". Pour ceux qui veulent aller plus loin et savoir dans quels cas "ed" se prononce "d" ou "t", Yvan Baptiste a préparé toute une série d'activités très intéressantes. Activité 2 : Entraînez-vous à former des questions au prétérit.

Recursos y Materiales didácticos para profesores - Kumubox.com Five more YouTube channels to use with curious students In this post, I am sharing 5 more YouTube channels you can share with your curious students. You might find them appropriate for older and more mature teenagers as well. The only prerequisite is for both you and your students to be curious, open-minded and eager to learn new things about the world. Why do I use videos with my students? I use videos for a number of reasons. What I also often do is ask my students to watch a certain video at home and either treat is as homework (comes with some exercises) or as a way for them to prepare for the next lesson where the video’s content and language will be relevant (comes with a set of instructions and points to pay attention to). The YouTube channels below feature videos that I have already used with both adult and teenage students. #1 Sprouts Authors behind Sprouts make animated videos on education, learning, science, and creative and critical thinking. My pick: The Pygmalion effect #2 Old Time TV My pick: Good Eating Habits #3 DW Documentary

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