News and questions

Compréhension et vocabulaire autour d'un article
Le principe de "News and Questions" est de répondre à des questions de vocabulaire ou de compréhension relatives à un article. Chaque semaine deux articles de niveaux de difficulté différents vous seront proposés. A vous de choisir l'article qui vous convient....dans sa version écrite ou audio.

 

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We’re more like our fathers
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We’re more like our fathers than our mothers.
 
When babies are born, we like to find resemblances between them and their mothers and fathers. Perhaps he has his mother’s eyes, or she has her father’s smile. More...
 
Who works the longest hours in Europe?
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Who works the longest hours in Europe?
It’s not the Germans. And it’s not the French or the British, either.
In fact, it’s the Greeks who work the longest hours in Europe, according to the Organisation for More...
 
Colouring books for adults
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Colouring books for adults are bestsellers on Amazon. There’s ‘Secret Garden’ by Scottish illustrator Johanna Basford, ‘Art Therapy Colouring Books’ by Richard Merritt and ‘Animal Kingdom’ by Millie Marotta.
So why are adults buying colouring books? More...
 

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Are you ever ‘hangry’?
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Are you ever ‘hangry’?
Have you heard of the newly coined term ‘hangry’? It is a mix of the words hungry and angry, and it describes the feeling of being on edge and easily rattled because you’re hungry. Being hangry can affect More...
 
Who’d be a teacher?
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Who’d be a teacher?
Many of my friends are teachers. I know that they find the job rewarding. They enjoy helping children to learn and to achieve their potential. But I also know that when the holidays come round, they are ready More...
 
Social workers and the media
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Ben Crang is a senior social worker. He works for Children’s and Young People’s Services in the UK. In an article, he wrote: “Anyone working in social work will recognise the gulf between what we actually do day in and day More...
 
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