IOBE

to start your study, I invite you to check the wikipedia page which describes most important related items on this marvellous play…More will come later here such as vocabulary and your homework. Right now, all you have to do for Feb.20th is read and prepare your presentation.

Another great website resource in english literature is sparknotes

Enjoy,

Your teacher.

PRESENTATION PLANNING

  1. VOC. RESEARCH;
  2. SUMMARY OF PASSAGE;
  3. EXPLAIN WHERE IT IS SITUATED IN THE BOOK;
  4. YOUR COMMENTS ALONG WITH A THEMATIC RESEARCH.
  5. ALL THIS ON A PAPER TO BE GIVEN TO THE TEACHER ONE WEEK BEFORE THE PRESENTATION.

13 January: SECTIONS 1-2;

20 JAN : NO CLASSES.

27 JAN: SECTION 3 P. 10 L. 11 TO P. 13 L. 14. : ALS.

SECTION 4 AND 5: JA

  1. P. 13 L. 15-P. 14 BOTTOM OF PAGE;
  2. P. 14 LAST LINE TILL P. 17 L. 7

3 FEB: SECTIONS 6 & 7

  • BD:
  1. P. 17 L 8 – P. 19 L. 16
  2. P. 19 L. 17 – P. 20 L. 5
  • CB
  1. P. 20 L. 6- P. 23 L. 7;
  1. P. 23 L. 7 – P. 25 L. 28;

17 FEB.

  • DS: P. 25 L. 29 till end of ACT ONE

SECTION 10: p.

  • PDS: ACT TWO:
  1. SECTIONS 11 AND 12

24 FEBRUARY:

  • KA
  1. SECTIONS 13 (p. 30 l.33 to p. 33 l.15) AND 14 (p. 33 l.15 to end of p. 33 l.34)
  • QR
  1. SECTIONS 15 (p. 34 l.1 to p. 36 l.10)-16 (p. 36 l.11 to end of p. 37)

3 MARCH:

  • TM
  1. SECTIONS 17 (p. 38 l.1 to p. 39 l.19 ) AND 18 (p. 39 l.11 to p.43 l.17)
  • KC
  1. SECTION 19 (p. 43 l.18 to p. 48 l.20)

10 MARCH:

  • KP: SECTIONS 20 (p. 48 l.21 to p. 50 l.19) –21 (p. 50 l. 29 TILL END OF ACT 2)
  • AR: SECTIONS 22 (Beginning of Act 3 to p. 56 l.12 ) –23 (p. 56 l.13 to p. 62 l.7)

17 MARCH:

  • TF: (p. 62 l. 8 till END OF ACT 3).

to have to= must: devoir faire quelque chose

TO EARN: GAGNER DE L’ARGENT, UN SALAIRE

TO WIN: GAGNER EN SPORT

rideaux: curtains

armchair: fauteuil

many: beaucoup

cupboard: vaisselier

chest of drawers: commode

rug: tapis

a lot of: beaucoup de…

formation des temps:

présent simple= routine habituelle I read the bible every sunday.

présent continu: ce qu’on est en train de faire à ce moment précis. I’m reading a great novel.

past simple: se situe dans le pass. Last year I read a great book.

COMPARATIFS-SUPERLATIFS (more than: plus que) TOM IS AS TALL AS JIM//THIS CHAIR IS AS COMFORTABLE AS THIS SOFA //TOM IS TALLER THAN JIM (règle valable pour tous les adjectifs courts, de 1 ou deux syllabes)Michael is nicer than Jeremy JIM IS LESS TALL THAN TOM
ADJ.LONGS. ATTENTION THIS CHAIR IS MORE COMFORTABLE THAN THIS SOFA// THIS SOFA IS LESS COMFORTABLE THAN THIS CHAIR
SUPERLATIFS
(LE PLUS…DES…, LE PLUS BEAU CIRQUE DU MONDE) TOM IS THE TALLEST IN THE CLASS // THIS CIRCUS IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL IN THE WORLD)

VOC. ACT I
p. 7
Morning room
adjoining room
ceased
accurately
salver
pint
a bachelor’s establishment
to attribute
first-rate brand
misunderstanding

VOC. ACT II

grey: gris

leads up to: mène à…

old fashioned: démodé

basket chairs: chaises en osier

yew-tree: if

to water flowers: arroser les plantes

utilitarian: utilitaire

duty: devoirs, prérogatives.

Pray: s’il vous plait…

becoming: qui sied à quelqu’un

plain: terne

improve: améliorer

to lay stress: insister particulièrement sur, mettre l’accent sur.

demeanour attitude (comportement)

troubles: problèmes

idle: oisif

merriment: gaité

unfortunate: malheureux

diary: journal intime, agenda

as a man sows, so let him reap: comme on fait son lit on se couche, on récolte ce que l’on sème.

irretrievably: irrémédiablement

Canon: chanoine

pagan: païens

a stroll: une promenade

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