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2.1.1

Activité 8

1. In Extract 43 you heard some of the language you will need to book a hotel room. Match the French with the English.

Trouvez les équivalents.

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2.2 Actividad

Actividad 2.2a

In this activity you are going to listen to two people being interviewed about monuments and sights in their country. You will also learn how to say where things are.

1 Listen and choose the correct op
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2.9.2 Au musée

In our example, the museum had four floors. Au rez-de-chaussée (ground floor) means literally ‘at the same level as the carriageway’. Some buildings will also have a rez-de-jardin when the rear of the building is lower than the front and level with the garden. If the building only had two floors, we could say ‘upstairs’ and ‘downstairs’.

2.7.1 Les musées d'Avignon

In this session, you decide to visit one of the museums in Avignon.

Key Learning Points

  • Telling the time

  • Buying tickets

  • Paying for goods and services

Activité 32

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2.3.3 Bonne fête!

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2.1.3 Activités 10 et 11

Activité 10

1. You want to know if there is satellite TV, free parking, Internet connection and a gym in your hotel. Listen to the prompts in Extract 45 and ask the questions, making sure you use the correct intonatio
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1.1.3 Activités 2 et 3

Activité 2

Listen to Extract 40 in which you ask Christine where three places are. Speak after each prompt. The first one has been done as an example.

Écoutez l'extrait 40 et parlez dans les pauses.


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