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Sujet du devoirJe dois envoyer un email a ma classe d’Angleterre pour raconter mon séjour (au sein d'une famille canadienne) au canada,mais avant je dois faire la préparation pouvez vous me corriger s'il vous plait? 1)imagine a english name for yourself,2)imagine the name of the canadian family,3)the day you arrived in Canada,4)the city you arrived in,5)the weather,6)your first impressions of Canada,7)during the trip you went to an ice hockey game.Imagine in wich city you saw the game,8)write the names of the two teams that were playing,9)write the resultof the game,10)write an adjective that describe the game,11)imagine how you travelled the stadium,12)did you go to the game alone?,13)write down three pieces of informaton about the first nations that you will include in your e-mail,14)imagine yhe subject of each photograph,15)writ any other informatin you want to include in your e-mail.
Où j'en suis dans mon devoir1)John walken.2)Lenon family.3)10th fabruary.4)montreal.5)snowy cloudy.6)canada is a big country with many people.7)caligary.8)maple leafs of Toronto and Oilers of Edmonton.9)Maple Leafs 5-1 Oilers .10)the game was exciting i loved it.11)by taxi.12)yes i went to the game alone.13)in canada there wasthree groups of aboriginal people in canada :first nations ,inuits and metis -the wendet people between lake hunon and lake ontario in big long wooden houses-they grew crops such as vorn and beans to get food they collected berries and hunted wild animals such as bear and wolves,14)my arrival in canada-my visit of canada during my study trips there concerning my study trip and some others photos and inomations.15)canada is a marvelous country,with good snowy weather in winter when the season is winter there is many competitions of ice hockey,i just love that sport...and in canaada there is a delicious drink called¨¨MAPLE SIRUP¨¨!hmmmmm i can't stop thinking about, it's delicious taste!and canada's story is facinating!
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