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L2 Thème Gram 14h-15h - Mercredi - Shared screen with speaker view
Amanda Bigler
00:46
Hello all. We'll start in a minute or two
Faustin Combelles
05:05
I am home alone
Caroline Boudin
05:05
I am alone / I am on my own
Elie Herbet
05:05
I am alone ?
Dimitry Delacourt
05:06
i'm alone
Amanda Bigler
05:45
I am all alone
Caroline Boudin
06:15
my family has gone to spend the weekend at the seaside.
Elie Herbet
06:16
my family was going to the beach this week end ?
Dimitry Delacourt
06:23
my family have left to spend the weekend by the seashore
Amanda Bigler
06:49
my family has gone
Amanda Bigler
07:16
my family have -
Amanda Bigler
07:35
they all are doing the same thing - and as one unit in this case
Amanda Bigler
07:42
my family have / has
Dimitry Delacourt
07:51
okay thanks!
Amanda Bigler
08:21
seashore
Amanda Bigler
08:24
by the sea
Amanda Bigler
08:31
at the beach - yes
Amanda Bigler
08:51
British English - yes beach is for the sea
Amanda Bigler
09:03
pebbles?
Caroline Boudin
09:50
at the seaside ?
Amanda Bigler
10:02
by the sea, at the seaside
Amanda Bigler
10:24
US - beach is ONLY sand
Amanda Bigler
10:32
usually - oceans
Amanda Bigler
11:25
week-end -NO
Amanda Bigler
11:33
weelemd
Amanda Bigler
11:35
weekend
Elie Herbet
12:15
He's too proud to admit he made a mistake
Caroline Boudin
12:18
This man is too vain to admit that he was wrong.
Anaïs Ménival
12:39
He is a too vain man to confess he was wrong
Dimitry Delacourt
12:39
This man is too self-important to admit that he was wrong
Amanda Bigler
13:02
He is too vain a man
Amanda Bigler
13:08
He is too vain
Matthias Tillier
13:13
He's too conceited to admit he was wrong
Amanda Bigler
13:34
confess - you KNOW you are wrong
Renaud Lep
14:14
Self-centered ?
Amanda Bigler
14:30
conceited
Amanda Bigler
14:36
self-centered
Amanda Bigler
14:50
egotistical
Caroline Boudin
16:41
This damn customs officer
Elie Herbet
16:45
This filthy customs officer
Amanda Bigler
17:06
This pig of a customs officer
Anaïs Ménival
17:08
we can also use 'that'?
Anaïs Ménival
17:39
ok :)
Amanda Bigler
18:15
US - border patrol officer
Elie Herbet
19:01
made me unload both of my suitcases
Hayder Zalazil
19:12
made me empty my 2 suitcases
Amanda Bigler
19:15
unpack
Manon TORCQ
19:15
Made me empty out my two suitcases.
Amanda Bigler
19:20
empty
Caroline Boudin
19:27
made me empty my two suitcases.
Amanda Bigler
19:42
unpack - orderly
Amanda Bigler
20:34
unload - to unload physically the actual suitcases
Elie Herbet
20:48
Okay
Anaïs Ménival
21:12
He earns more than 2000 pounds a month
Elie Herbet
21:13
he's earning more than 2000pounds per month
Hayder Zalazil
21:15
He earns more than 2000 pounds by month.
Caroline Boudin
21:27
He earns over two thousand pounds a month.
Amanda Bigler
21:50
present simple - he earns/ he makes
Manon TORCQ
21:54
He's making more than 2000 pounds a month
Amanda Bigler
22:04
per/a
Amanda Bigler
22:24
each month
Amanda Bigler
22:50
He's making - it might stop next month
Amanda Bigler
23:22
he makes/
Amanda Bigler
23:48
He's making more than 2000 pounds a month until next year
Dimitry Delacourt
24:21
Kipling was both novelist and poet
Caroline Boudin
24:22
Kipling was both a novelist and a poet. (he was both racist and xenophobic too)
Elie Herbet
24:25
Kipling was both a novelist and a poet
Hayder Zalazil
24:38
Kipling was both a novelist and a poet.
Amanda Bigler
24:59
was both a novelist, a poet, a racist, and a xenophobe
Caroline Boudin
25:21
OK
Caroline Boudin
25:51
His/her brother, a famous journalist, was a member of the Fabian Society.
Elie Herbet
25:53
His Brother, a well known reporter
Faustin Combelles
26:06
17. His brother – a famous journalist – was a member of the Fabian society
Amanda Bigler
26:16
journalist/reporter
Amanda Bigler
26:57
well-known (well known)
Amanda Bigler
27:05
famous
Amanda Bigler
27:21
renowned
Caroline Boudin
27:59
I can't stand his/her stupid brother.
Elie Herbet
28:00
I can't stand his dumb brother
Manon TORCQ
28:01
I can't stand his silly brother.
Hayder Zalazil
28:05
I can’t stand her\his silly brother
Dimitry Delacourt
28:15
I cannot stand his/her foolish brother
Amanda Bigler
28:29
stupid/foolish/dumb
Amanda Bigler
28:35
silly - drole
Amanda Bigler
28:54
annoying
Amanda Bigler
29:15
I can't stand
Amanda Bigler
29:35
I've had enough of his/her stupid brother
Caroline Boudin
29:56
A dozen eggs costs fifty pence.
Manon TORCQ
29:56
These eggs are 50 pence the dozen.
Elie Herbet
29:57
these eggs cost 50pennies per dozen
Anaïs Ménival
30:13
These eggs cost 50 pence the dozen
Amanda Bigler
30:21
A dozen eggs cost 50 pence
Amanda Bigler
31:23
pence - plural for penny in UK English
Amanda Bigler
31:34
US - 50 pennies
Amanda Bigler
31:42
US - pennies plural for penny
Amanda Bigler
31:52
penny/pence in UK english
Amanda Bigler
32:33
per/a
Amanda Bigler
32:59
A dozen / the dozen eggs
Caroline Boudin
33:21
She phones her mother twice or three times a week.
Hayder Zalazil
33:22
She calls her mom twice or thrice a week
Elie Herbet
33:22
She calls her mom two or three time a week
Amanda Bigler
33:38
she phones her mother two or three times a week.
Amanda Bigler
34:25
two or three times / twice or thrice
Amanda Bigler
34:39
time(s)
Amanda Bigler
35:00
she telephones her mom
Amanda Bigler
36:45
hair
Amanda Bigler
36:47
cheveux
Caroline Boudin
36:59
I have long hair
Amanda Bigler
37:10
I have long hair - NOT hairs
Elie Herbet
37:25
I need to cut my hair ?
Amanda Bigler
37:34
I need to cut my hair
Amanda Bigler
37:38
I need a haircut
Hayder Zalazil
37:48
I need to get my hair cut
Manon TORCQ
37:53
I need to have my hair cut.
Amanda Bigler
37:55
NOT pluraliz(s)e hair
Amanda Bigler
38:22
I need my hairs cut - NO
Amanda Bigler
39:06
English - uncountable nouns
Amanda Bigler
39:29
5 baguettes
Amanda Bigler
39:36
some bread
Amanda Bigler
39:42
some breads - NO
Amanda Bigler
40:13
I had cake
Amanda Bigler
40:24
I had cakes
Anaïs Ménival
40:37
gâteaux
Amanda Bigler
40:54
I had cake
Amanda Bigler
41:26
advices - NO
Caroline Boudin
41:50
I give you some advice
Amanda Bigler
42:01
I give/ am giving you some advice
Hayder Zalazil
42:19
we never can ?
Amanda Bigler
42:40
I am giving you 3 pieces of advice
Amanda Bigler
43:04
some
Amanda Bigler
43:30
advices - NO
Amanda Bigler
44:07
My three guns have different types of ammunition
Amanda Bigler
45:26
media
Caroline Boudin
45:37
media
Amanda Bigler
45:49
NO SUCH THING AS medias
Amanda Bigler
46:26
social media platforms
Amanda Bigler
46:33
facebook is
Manon TORCQ
46:42
Social network
Elie Herbet
46:44
social media
Amanda Bigler
46:54
social mediujm
Amanda Bigler
47:00
medium
Caroline Boudin
47:18
That's because it comes from Latin
Amanda Bigler
47:48
pedantic
Amanda Bigler
48:54
baggages - NO
Amanda Bigler
49:13
suitcases
Amanda Bigler
49:52
I ate some broccoli
Amanda Bigler
49:56
I ate broccoli
Amanda Bigler
50:04
I ate broccolis - NO
Hayder Zalazil
50:17
it's already broccoli so this one does make sense
Amanda Bigler
50:43
cereals - more than one type
Hayder Zalazil
51:11
different kind of cereal
Amanda Bigler
51:26
different kinds of cereal
Amanda Bigler
51:52
a different kind of cereal
Amanda Bigler
52:39
clothing - singular
Caroline Boudin
53:12
My clothing is damaged
Amanda Bigler
53:31
clothing - singularly
Amanda Bigler
53:41
My clothing is new
Amanda Bigler
53:50
clothes
Amanda Bigler
53:58
clothes - plural
Amanda Bigler
54:04
My clothes are damaged
Amanda Bigler
54:08
My clothes are not
Amanda Bigler
54:09
new
Amanda Bigler
55:31
the, an, a
Elie Herbet
55:47
the
Anaïs Ménival
55:48
the
Amanda Bigler
55:52
the
Anaïs Ménival
56:55
no thanks!
Manon TORCQ
56:59
No thank you.
Dimitry Delacourt
57:58
Have a nice day, goodbye!
Elie Herbet
57:59
Have a nice day !