etudes anglais exercice

EXERCICE 14: apprendre une langue (Learning a language)

Complétez le dialogue avec les expressions suivantes: 

  • second language
  • bilingual
  • strong accent
  • mother-tongue
  • native speaker

1. So, Sandy, what language do you speak in Hong Kong?

> Well, of course, Chinese is my , but for almost everyone, English is spoken as a .

2. So, Sven, you’ve been learning English for ten years. That’s a long time.

> I suppose it is, but I want to keep learning until I can hold a conversation like a .

3. Where did you learn to speak such good Spanish, Mary?

> Well my dad’s Spanish and I went to school in Madrid until I was nine so I’m basically .

4. I find it very difficult to understand Maggie when she speaks quickly.

> Well, she comes from Liverpool and she’s got quite a . I’m sure you’ll get used to it.


RÉPONSES

1. mother-tongue, second language 2. native
speaker 3. bilingual 4. strong accent

1. So, Sandy, what language do you speak in Hong Kong?

> Well, of course, Chinese is my . . . . . . . . . , but for almost everyone, English is spoken as a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2. So, Sven, you’ve been learning English for ten years. That’s a long time.

> I suppose it is, but I want to keep learning until I can hold a conversation like a………..

3. Where did you learn to speak such good Spanish, Mary?

> Well my dad’s Spanish and I went to school in Madrid until I was nine so I’m basically …

4. I find it very difficult to understand Maggie when she speaks quickly.

> Well, she comes from Liverpool and she’s got quite a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I’m sure you’ll get used to it.

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