anglais abréviations exercice

EXERCICE 3

Faites correspondre chaque abréviation avec le mot complet qu’elle signifie:

vrai ou faux: rechercher les fausses abréviations

 

MPH – Miles per hour
BBC – British Broadcasting Corporation
EU – European Union
NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NATO – North Atlantic Treaty Organization
UNICEF – United Nations Children’s Fund
Mr. – Mister
Mrs. – Mistress
Ms.
Dr. – Doctor
Jr. – Junior
Sr. – Senior
Capt. – Captain
Comdr. – Commander
Col. – Colonel
Gen. – General
Hon. – the Honorable
Lt. – Lieutenant
Rev. – the Reverend
Jan. – January
Feb. – February
Mar. – March
Apr. – April
Aug. – August

Sept. – September
Oct. – October
Nov. – November
Dec. – December
Mon. – Monday
Tues. – Tuesday
Wed. – Wednesday
Thurs. – Thursday
Fri. – Friday
Sat. – Saturday
Sun. – Sunday
gal. – gallon
lb – pound
oz – ounce
pt – pint
qt – quart
wt. – weight
vol. – volume
in. – inch
ft – foot
mi – mile
yd – yard

B&B
– Bed and Breakfast
1. Rd. Road
2. Hwy. Highway
3. Mon. Monday
4. Tue. Tuesday
5. tsp. teaspoon
6. min. minute
7. Thurs. Thursday
8. gal. gallons
9. in. inch
10. Dec. December
11. Apr. April
12. Mr. Mister
13. Fri. Friday
14. Jan. January
15. Sun. Sunday
16. Nov. November
17. Jr. Junior
18. Sat. Saturday
19. Mrs. Missus
20. cm centimeter
21. m meters
22. ft. foot or feet
23. sq. square
24. Oct. October

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