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Phrase of the week 2019/2020

lundi 28 octobre

A plus tard

This means ‘See you later’

It is pronounced ‘a ploo tar’

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lundi quatorze octobre

A bientôt!’ which means ‘See you soon!’ 

It is pronounced ’a bee an toe’

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lundi trente septembre

merci’ which means ‘Thank you’.

It is pronounced mer-see’

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lundi 23 septembre

Au revoir’ which means ‘Goodbye’.

It is pronounced Oh revwar’.  The ‘ar’ at the end of the word is the same as in ‘star’.

EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES CHALLENGE

As you know, we will be celebrating European Day of Languages on Thursday 26th September.

Can you find five words that are the same as or have been ‘borrowed’ from another language?

For example ……’dinosaur’ comes from a Greek word meaning ‘terrible lizard’.

Please write your words onto a piece of paper with your name and class at the top and give it to your class teacher.

All children who complete the challenge will be awarded two dojos.  The entry with the most interesting words (judged by Madame Allenby) will receive a prize.

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lundi 16 septembre

‘Salut’

This phrase means Hi’

It is pronounced ‘Sa - loo’

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lundi neuf septembre

‘Bonjour’

This phrase means Hello’

 It is pronounced ‘Bon-j-or’