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(Updated on 16/09/2016)
"Watch the slideshow and play the game (Rags to Riches)..."
Created by Renée Maufroid. (Ac. Lille)
National Doughnut Day "is on the first Friday of June each year, succeeding the Doughnut Day event created by The Salvation Army in 1938 to honor the men and women who served doughnuts to soldiers during World War I.The holiday celebrates the doughnut (a.k.a. "donut") – an edible, torus-shaped piece of dough which is deep-fried and sweetened. Many American doughnut stores offer free doughnuts on National Doughnut Day."
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"is an interactive tool that will help you personalize the information
found in Canada's Food Guide.
By entering personal information, such as age and sex, selecting various
items from the four food groups and choosing different types of physical
activities, you can create a tool that is customized just for you..."
- with a Guided Tour
- Uncountable : interactive activities
Contents : Likes and Dislikes
Type of activity: Individual, Matching, Filling gaps, Right, Wrong
- des exercices interactifs proposés par Renée Maufroid,
en particulier : "Food to sort out"
- Matching exercise (with animated pictures)
picture dictionary - Vegetables
"Move your mouse around the screen to learn new vocabulary.
Click on "test" when you are ready to check your knowledge."
- "Match the food on the right with the actions on the
(intermediate level) - "Match the words with the proper meaning"
(English - French) - interactive (iteslj)
do people eat ? - an interactive quiz (fekids.com)
- Food in the USA - What can you order
in the following fast
food restaurants ? (Ac. Caen)
" Match the items on the right with the items on the left."
- Food and meals
(intermediate level) - TRUE OR FALSE? (english.specialist.hu)
- Pub food - exercise with nicephotos and questions in French (skyblues67)
Vs South (absolutenglish-972)
|"Take a look at the picture
Identify : - the type of document - the main characters - the
Compare the characters, then the situation.
Do the exercises on the comparative and superlative forms."