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  • Will Boeing keep their promise?
    Will Boeing keep their promise?
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    In January, an emergency exit door blew off a Boeing 737 Max airplane just after take-off. Luckily, passengers had their seatbelts on and the plane wasn’t very high. What if the passengers weren’t wearing their seatbelts and the plane was at high altitude? A lot of people would have died.

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  • A princess’s right to privacy
    A princess’s right to privacy
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    A princess’s right to privacy Niveau B1-B2 Photo de couverture : ©Muhammad Aamir Sumsum    A cancer diagnosis is distressing. Fortunately, most of us in that situation don’t have to make a video to talk about it to millions of strangers. Unfortunately for the Princess of Wales, she had to. ©Shaun Jeffers/ © Pete Hancock Even though Prince William and Princess Catherine asked for privacy...

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  • Inscriptions Webinaire | Apprendre l'anglais avec les magazines Go English et valider ses acquis
    Inscriptions Webinaire | Apprendre l'anglais avec les magazines Go English et valider ses acquis
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    Échangeons ensemble sur la méthode Go English ! Inscrivez-vous ci-dessous. ce webinaire est ouvert à tous, apprenants et enseignants.

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  • ‘Mr Bates vs The Post Office’ (niveaux A2/B1)
    ‘Mr Bates vs The Post Office’ (niveaux A2/B1)
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    ‘Mr Bates vs The Post Office’ is a very popular miniseries on British TV. Is the story entertaining? Yes, it is, but the British public don’t love the series because the story is interesting – they love it because it’s true!

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  • Super Tuesday! (niveaux B1/B2)
    Super Tuesday! (niveaux B1/B2)
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    Tuesday, March 5th was Super Tuesday in the US. What’s Super Tuesday? It’s the day when US citizens in 16 states and one territory cast their ballots in the 2024 presidential primaries.

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  • King Charles III unwell but transparent (niveaux B1-B2)
    King Charles III unwell but transparent (niveaux B1-B2)
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    Earlier this month, King Charles III went into hospital for a medical procedure. What was meant to be routine quickly took a turn for the worse. The King was diagnosed with cancer of a type that hasn’t yet been shared with the public.

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  • 51 years later – guilty or not?
    51 years later – guilty or not?
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    Patrick McVeigh, 44, was killed in south Belfast on 13th May 1972. Why? He was a victim of the Northern Ireland Troubles. Who killed him? A British soldier whose identity is secret.  Northern Ireland’s Public Prosecution Service calls him Soldier F.

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  • Élections américaines | Édition spéciale
    Élections américaines | Édition spéciale
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    L'équipe éditoriale des magazines Go English s'est plongée dans nos archives et vous propose une sélection d'articles de différents niveaux sur une même thématique : les élections américaines.  Vous allez être incollable sur le sujet !

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  • The world says goodbye to Shane MacGowan
    The world says goodbye to Shane MacGowan
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    Thousands lined the streets of Dublin to pay their last respects to singer-songwriter, Shane MacGowan on December 8th, 2023. The London-Irish punk who transformed Irish traditional music with The Pogues died on November 30th from pneumonia at 65 after contracting viral encephalitis. 

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  • Surf therapy. Is that a thing?
    Surf therapy. Is that a thing?
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    You bet it is! Research shows that surfing as a therapeutic program is a practical and effective way to deal with mental health issues for children and adolescents. In fact, it works on adults too.

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  • Was life simpler when apples and blackberries were simple fruits? B2-C1
    Was life simpler when apples and blackberries were simple fruits? B2-C1
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    10/11/23, Way before the words ‘apple’ and ‘blackberry’ become associated with telephones, they were just simple fruits. And life was simpler. Today, the fact that we think of technology instead of a delicious snack when we hear these words shows how much impact the mobile phone has had on our lives. 

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  • Day of the Dead
    Day of the Dead
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    Autumn isn’t only for Halloween and Thanksgiving! There’s another holiday you may not know about – Día de Los Muertos which means the Day of the Dead in English. Ooh, spooky! 

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  • When money is thicker than blood
    When money is thicker than blood
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    ‘Blood is thicker than water’ is an English proverb meaning that family relationships are always stronger than other types of relationships. While this is true for many people, the reality is that other things can trump family relationships, like money. This is the case with Elvis Presley’s heirs, both chosen and wannabe.

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  • Illegal to buy Jack Daniels
    Illegal to buy Jack Daniels
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    Of course, it’s not illegal to buy Jack Daniels! It’s the most famous whiskey brand in the world, isn’t it? We see it in bars and restaurants everywhere. This means people are buying it. So, how can it be illegal to buy Jack Daniels?

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  • Greenwich trip
    Greenwich trip
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    Greenwich trip

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  • To pay or not to pay? That is the question.(B1-B2)
    To pay or not to pay? That is the question.(B1-B2)
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    12/09/2023. ULEZ, is the acronym for London’s ultra-low emission zone. London mayor, Sadiq Kahn, introduced it in 2019 to tackle toxic air in the city.

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  • Nessie or giant eels? (A2-B1)
    Nessie or giant eels? (A2-B1)
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    12/09/2023. Up to three hundred people were at Loch Ness at the end of August 2023. Was it a party? 

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  • Hollywood Walk of Shame. (B1/B2)
    Hollywood Walk of Shame. (B1/B2)
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    Bill Cosby, Alfred Hitchcock, Kevin Spacey, Brett Ratner and Donald Trump – what do they have in common? 10/07/2023

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  • Beware the crow! (A2)
    Beware the crow! (A2)
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    Crows are very intelligent birds. But they are also animals who act on instinct. Combine their intelligence and their instinct and you may have a problem. What type of problem? Crow attacks! 07/07/2024

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  • Meet the new Prince and Princess of Wales! (A1-A2)
    Meet the new Prince and Princess of Wales! (A1-A2)
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    14//6/2023. The title of prince of Wales is a special one. Why? It’s reserved for the next person who will be king. There is no uncertainty. Prince William, King Charles III’s eldest son, is now Prince of Wales. The title began in 1301 when King Edward I gave it to his son, Edward II. 

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  • Marianne Williamson for President – why not? (B1-B2)
    Marianne Williamson for President – why not? (B1-B2)
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    14/06/2023. Marianne Williamson is a candidate for President of the United States. Unfortunately, she’s not being taken seriously. What beef do the American people have with her? Is it because she’s a woman? In part, yes, but it’s mostly because of her past. 

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  • Agatha Christie in revision. (A2-B1)
    Agatha Christie in revision. (A2-B1)
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    03/05/2023 .Times change. People change. Thoughts change. Things that were acceptable yesterday, are not acceptable today.

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  • Royal RSVP (B1-B2)
    Royal RSVP (B1-B2)
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    03/05/2023.The big day for King Charles is almost here. He will officially be crowned king on May 6th. His coronation will be a huge event in the UK. 

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  • Scotland’s new first minister
    Scotland’s new first minister
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    What’s up in Scotland this year? It just so happens that quite a lot is up in the land of haggis, castles and loch monsters. And it’s all to do with the Scottish National Party.

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  • Animal tourism in South Africa, the ethical way
    Animal tourism in South Africa, the ethical way
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    You’re on holiday in South Africa because you want to see the might and majesty of African animals. After all, who doesn’t want to spot a lion creeping through the bush, or a monkey grooming its baby? But is your curiosity unethical? It depends.

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  • Love is a story - A2
    Love is a story - A2
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    Here is a love story for you.They met in 2006 at the Cannes Film Festival.She was married to Vincent Cassel. He was married to Helena Bonham Carter.

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  • Niki de Saint Phalle in Toulouse
    Niki de Saint Phalle in Toulouse
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    Niki de Saint Phalle was a Franco-American sculptor and painter born in Neuilly-sur-Seine in 1930. She is famous for beautiful and positive representations of women and outsized sculptures. While de Saint Phalle passed away in 2002, the museum Les Abattoirs in Toulouse has been celebrating her career in an exhibition from October 2022 to March 2023.

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  • Music releases: Pink & Gorillaz (A2-B1)
    Music releases: Pink & Gorillaz (A2-B1)
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    Le 16/02/2023. American singer Pink is releasing her ninth album on February 17th 2023, "Trustfall", which she has described as ‘the best album I ever made’. And Gorillaz, an English virtual band, is also releasing a new album on February 24th 2023.

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  • Recipe: Sweet potato crab cakes (A2)
    Recipe: Sweet potato crab cakes (A2)
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    Le 16/02/2023. À la recherche d'une recette saine à base de crabe ? Découvrez celle du beignet de crabe à la patate douce ! Délicieuse, et facile à faire, elle sera idéale pour un apéro ou un dîner.

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  • Wednesday is a winner! (A2-B1)
    Wednesday is a winner! (A2-B1)
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    Le 18/01/2023. When someone asks you, “Do you like Wednesday?”, they are: asking you for your opinion on a day of the week? Asking you if you like a Netflix series by Tim Burton? 

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  • We love verse novels (B2)
    We love verse novels (B2)
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    Le 17/01/2023. Does poetry remind you of boring language lessons in a dark classroom on a gloomy day? If it does, you probably won’t believe me when I say that you might not like poetry, but you’ll love verse novels. 

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  • Happy New Year in Sydney! (A2)
    Happy New Year in Sydney! (A2)
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    Le 16/12/2022. New Year’s Eve in Sydney, Australia is a grand event. More than a million people travel into the city to celebrate. Most of the official celebrations are by the bay. So, the city organises vantage points and an events programme. 

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  • Christmas lights during an energy crisis (B1/B2)
    Christmas lights during an energy crisis (B1/B2)
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    Le 16/12/2022. With the ongoing energy crisis, is it reasonable to light up our streets with Christmas lights? In central London, the switching on of the lights is a big event every year as it signals the beginning of the holiday season. But concerns over energy supplies have become serious since Russian president Vladimir Putin's invaded Ukraine.

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  • Australian football team and human rights in Qatar (B2)
    Australian football team and human rights in Qatar (B2)
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    Le 15/11/2022. In November 2022, Qatar will be the first Middle Eastern country to host the FIFA World Cup. While this is positive, unfortunately, the country does not have a good track record in terms of human rights. In particular, there is concern over its treatment of foreign workers and discrimination against same-sex relationships.

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  • The lost art of writing letters (A2-B1)
    The lost art of writing letters (A2-B1)
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    Le 15/11/2022. How many emails arrive in your inbox every day? How many text messages do you send or receive? Count them. I’m sure there are lots. How many e-mails do you delete without reading? And how many text messages do you read but never reply?

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  • Wanted: Penguin Counter (A2-B1)
    Wanted: Penguin Counter (A2-B1)
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    Le 19/10/2022. At the beginning of the year, the UK Antarctic Heritage Trust created a strange job alert for four people. It said, “We are now recruiting for a new team to be based at Port Lockroy in Antarctica for the 2022/23 season.” What’s strange about that? There is no electricity, no plumbing and there are no other residents on Goudier island except for 1 500 penguins!

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  • The green king (B2)
    The green king (B2)
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    Le 19/10/2022. King Charles III has lived his whole life in the limelight. Royal functions, royal duties and his personal life have always been public knowledge. But there’s a side to King Charles that the media doesn’t often talk about – King Charles is an avid environmentalist and has a passion for architecture. 

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  • Recipe: Raspberry and oat slice (A2)
    Recipe: Raspberry and oat slice (A2)
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    Le 5/10/2022. Have you ever heard of The Hebridean Baker? His name is Coinneach MacLeod and he’s a TikTok sensation, sharing great recipes from the Isle of Lewis with a lovely Scottish accent. Here’s one of his recipes!

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  • Is Port Oakland green? (A2-B1)
    Is Port Oakland green? (A2-B1)
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    Le 21/09/2022. Port Oakland, in the San Francisco Bay, is the fifth busiest container port in the USA. Danny Wan, Executive Director for the Port of Oakland says, “We are proud of the 84,000 jobs that the port and its partners create.” Creating jobs is important for the economy, but is the port respectful of the environment? The answer is maybe. 

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  • The problem with People’s Park (B1)
    The problem with People’s Park (B1)
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    Le 21/09/2022. In Berkeley, California, People’s Park is a problem for the city of Berkeley and the University of California. Why? In the 60s, the park was a symbol for community and freedom of expression. But today, the park is home to the homeless. And not everyone is happy about that. 

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  • The Reign of Queen Elizabeth II (C1)
    The Reign of Queen Elizabeth II (C1)
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    Le 09/00/2022. Cet article en anglais de niveau C1 retrace le règne de notre regrettée Elizabeth II.

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  • Recipe: Cobb salad (A2)
    Recipe: Cobb salad (A2)
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    Le 02/08/2022. When I was living in California for one summer, my favourite meal was a Cobb salad with homemade dressing. Why? It was crisp, fresh, delicious and filling!

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  • Look to the British! (B2)
    Look to the British! (B2)
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    Le 08/07/2022. The UK are setting an example for the rest of the world in terms of the refugee crisis. While many people have criticised how the UK government treats refugees, there are charities, non-profit organisations and individuals who work hard at welcoming refugees to the country. This is definitely a time to look to the British if you want to learn about benevolence!  

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  • New York, New York! (A2-B1)
    New York, New York! (A2-B1)
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    Le 04/07/2022. New York City (NYC) is one of the world’s cultural capitals. Everyone knows about the Statue of Liberty, Wall Street and Central Park, but there is much more to the city than you thought. Here are some fun facts about the city that never sleeps. 

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  • Expressions using the word 'queen" (C1)
    Expressions using the word 'queen" (C1)
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    Le 17/06/2022. Article en anglais sur des expressions connues autour de la reine d'Angleterre, Élisabeth II. Extrait de Go English n°89

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  • Summer Carnival in Malta (B2)
    Summer Carnival in Malta (B2)
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    Le 17/06/2022. Malta is a diverse destination for a holiday. If you like swimming in the sea, learning about history, immersing yourself in a foreign culture or soaking up the sun – Malta’s the place for you! 

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  • Long live the Queen! (B1-B2)
    Long live the Queen! (B1-B2)
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    Le 08/06/2022. Imagine becoming queen at just 25 years of age! Are you scared, intimidated, anxious, excited? British Monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, who became queen in 1952 probably felt all those emotions. Now, we are 70 years later and the British are celebrating her Platinum Jubilee.

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  • ‘The Dropout’ / B2
    ‘The Dropout’ / B2
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    Le 10/05/2022. “Money. Romance. Tragedy. Deception. How did the world’s youngest self-made female billionaire loses it all in the blink of an eye?” This is part of the description for ‘The Dropout’, a series about Elizabeth Holmes and her company Theranos. Intriguing, isn’t it? And it becomes even more intriguing when you know that the series is based on a true story. 

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  • Hello May! (A2-B1)
    Hello May! (A2-B1)
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    Le 10/05/2022. May is a lovely month – it’s spring in the northern hemisphere with flowers and warmer weather. In the southern hemisphere, it’s autumn and a cool respite from the hot southern summers. But all over the world, May is a month that celebrates important historical events and some amazing facts. 

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  • Belfast (A2)
    Belfast (A2)
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    Le 13/04/2022. The 24th Oscar Awards were held on March 27th.  It was a happy day for Sir Kenneth Branagh. Why? Branagh was nominated eight times over the years, but he never won. And this year, he did! His film called "Belfast" won the category of best original screenplay. 

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  • A simple, but rich life (B1-B2)
    A simple, but rich life (B1-B2)
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    Le 13/04/2022. The Maasai are a tribe of people in Tanzania. They live off their cattle. And they are nomadic because they must often move to greener pastures so their cattle can eat. This means that they don’t have a lot of possessions. Even their houses are temporary!

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  • Floods in Australia (B1)
    Floods in Australia (B1)
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    Le 11/03/2022. Australians are currently experiencing the consequence of La Nina phenomenon. What is that? La Nina develops when strong winds blow warm surface water of the Pacific Ocean away. Cold water replaces the warm water and causes cyclones.

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  • Boys won’t be boys (B2)
    Boys won’t be boys (B2)
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    Le 8/03/2022. “Boys won’t be boys. Boys will be what we teach them to be.” Ben Hurst. Statistically, one in three women experience physical, emotional or sexual violence at least once in their lives. People like Ben Hurst challenge the ideas in our society that cause this type of behaviour. 

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  • A skiing lesson (A1)
    A skiing lesson (A1)
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    Le 17/02/2022. Meet Ella, who is English. She is having her first skiing lesson with Peter, her instructor. Let's see what they say.

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  • Jane Campion (A2-B1)
    Jane Campion (A2-B1)
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    Le 11/02/2022. Jane Campion is a contemporary film director, screenwriter and producer from New Zealand. What is she known for? She was the second woman in history nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director. But that’s not all – she was also the first woman to receive the Palme d’Or for "The Piano" in 1993.

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  • A mysterious fire in South Africa’s parliament (A2-B1)
    A mysterious fire in South Africa’s parliament (A2-B1)
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    Le 11/01/2022. On Sunday 2nd January 2022, a fire started in South Africa’s parliament. It destroyed the main chamber before firefighters stopped it. The interior of the National Assembly is damaged. It will cost a lot of money to repair it. The building is 130 years old. What a disaster!

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  • The bright side (B1-B2)
    The bright side (B1-B2)
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    Le 11/01/2022. In English, we say, “Look on the bright side”. It means you should look at the good parts of a bad situation, not just the bad parts. Why? Because there is always something to be grateful for. I hear you say, “But what about the climate crisis? What about the pandemic? I’m happy 2021 is finished! Perhaps 2022 will be better.” 

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  • Christmas in Jamaica (B1)
    Christmas in Jamaica (B1)
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    Le 13/12/2021. In Jamaica, they celebrate in many of the same ways as people in other English-speaking countries, by exchanging presents, decorating their homes and having a big family dinner. But they also have some distinctly Jamaican traditions!

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  • The Times Square Ball (A2)
    The Times Square Ball (A2)
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    Le 09/12/2021. About 100 years ago, a tradition began in New York on New Year’s Eve. Every year, thousands of people go to Times Square to celebrate the new year. But what’s so special about Times Square?

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  • Get cracking! (B1-B2)
    Get cracking! (B1-B2)
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    Le 09/12/2021. The British know how to enjoy Christmas dinner – they crack crackers! What is this strange tradition? 

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  • The rights of nature (B2-C1)
    The rights of nature (B2-C1)
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    Le 15/11/2021. The United Nations, commenting on human rights and the environment, has stated, “From New Zealand to Colombia, the powerful idea that nature has rights is taking root in legal systems".

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  • Greta Thunberg on COP26 (B2)
    Greta Thunberg on COP26 (B2)
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    Le 12/11/2021. “This is no longer a climate conference. This is now a global greenwashing* festival.” These are the words from 18-year-old Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg concerning COP26. But what is greenwashing? It’s the process of giving the false impression about how a company is environmentally friendly. But why? The aim is to win the loyalty of people by making promises that are never delivered.

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  • Fairy Creek protests (A2)
    Fairy Creek protests (A2)
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    Le 12/11/2021. In August 2020 protesters started protesting logging near Fairy Creek on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The dispute concerns a debate on logging Canada's ancient forests.

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  • Art Deco architecture (B1)
    Art Deco architecture (B1)
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    Le 11/10/2021. Art Deco was a design period in the United States and Europe in the 1920s and 1930s. It influenced fashion, art and architecture. But why is it special? It was original and it mixed beauty and practicality.  

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  • South Africa in October (B2)
    South Africa in October (B2)
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    Le 04/10/2021. While South Africa is a beautiful country to visit in any season, spring is a season that will delight you if are discovering Africa in October. Temperatures are mild, the north is on the cusp of the rainy season, and shoulder season prices for accommodation still apply.

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  • A typical secondary school day in the UK (A1-A2)
    A typical secondary school day in the UK (A1-A2)
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    Le 31/08/2021. Some general facts: the law in Britain says that all children must have an education from age four to 16. They can go to a state school (free) or an independent school (parents must pay), or have their education at home.

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  • Shorter work weeks (B2-C1)
    Shorter work weeks (B2-C1)
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    Le 31/08/2021. While the coronavirus pandemic has changed our lives irrevocably, and in often unwanted ways, a surprisingly positive trend may have come out of it – the four-day work week. 

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  • A catchy tune (A2-B1)
    A catchy tune (A2-B1)
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    Le 30/08/2021. Imagine life without music? Boring! Music influences your moods, inspires you, turns a simple gathering into a party, and makes you want to dance. But do you know how to talk about music in English? 

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  • Garde Mômji Bilingue et Garde Mômji Créative : deux concepts signés Mômji
    Garde Mômji Bilingue et Garde Mômji Créative : deux concepts signés Mômji
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    La garde Mômji Bilingue est un service de nounou à domicile en anglais et dans d’autres langues étrangères (espagnol, allemand, russe). Vous pouvez choisir une formule 100% bilingue, dite en immersion, ou une formule avec un temps d’activité et de jeux dans la langue choisie, dite en initiation. 

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  • Open questions (A1-A2)
    Open questions (A1-A2)
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    Le 26/07/2021. Afin de pouvoir converser en anglais, l'utilisation des questions est essentielle car celles-ci nous permettent de nous questionner, mais surtout de questionner les autres.

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  • #FreeBritney (B2-C1)
    #FreeBritney (B2-C1)
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    Le 08/07/2021. What’s the #FreeBritney hashtag about? Has Britney Spears been kidnapped? No, the reality is a little less dramatic, but worrying nonetheless! The star’s fans created the campaign to show their support in her efforts to regain autonomy over her finances, private life and right to live freely.

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  • Sun, sea and scenery in the southwest of England (C1)
    Sun, sea and scenery in the southwest of England (C1)
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    Le 28/06/2021. Pack your swimming costumes, your sun-cream and your surfboards everybody! We’re going on a trip to Cornwall, the beautiful county on the south-west tip of England.

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  • Cooking Measurements (A1-A2)
    Cooking Measurements (A1-A2)
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    Le 15/06/2021. Recipes in English-speaking countries use weight, volume or numbers. All countries use volume for liquids, but in the USA, Canada, South Africa and Australia, people also use it for dry ingredients, such as sugar and flour.

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  • What’s happening in Boston on the 4th of July? (A2-B1)
    What’s happening in Boston on the 4th of July? (A2-B1)
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    Le 15/06/2021. The 4th of July is Independence Day in the USA. What does that mean? Independence Day celebrates the day in 1776 when the United States was no longer ruled by Great Britain – it became an independent country. Independence Day in the USA is a national holiday and a very big deal to all Americans. Let’s visit Boston and find out how they celebrate the 4th of July!

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  • Vaccine passports for the US, UK and EU – yay or nay? (B2-C1)
    Vaccine passports for the US, UK and EU – yay or nay? (B2-C1)
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    Le 09/06/2021. People worldwide are eagerly waiting for life to pick up where it left off with the Covid-19 vaccine campaigns. While many countries are putting vaccine passports into place, questions have arisen as to whether this is ethical. The UK, US and EU have different points of view concerning vaccine passports. Let’s see where everyone is at!

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  • The phonetic alphabet (A1)
    The phonetic alphabet (A1)
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    Le 27/05/2021. Il arrive, en apprenant une langue, d'avoir l'impression de passer beaucoup de temps à apprendre des choses « inutiles », alors qu'on ne parle pas aussi bien qu'on le souhaiterait. C'est souvent le cas des apprenants appelés à apprendre l'alphabet phonétique, comme préalable à l'apprentissage de la prononciation.

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  • Invitation réservée aux enseignant.e.s d'anglais
    Invitation réservée aux enseignant.e.s d'anglais
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    Le 11/05/2021. Valérie Hyenveux, enseignante et rédactrice en chef des magazines de la gamme Go English, vous propose de découvrir comment enseigner la culture et de la civilisation anglophones pour tous avec la gamme Go English.

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    Le 15/09/2020. Maybe it's time to go back to school - so that you can learn some idiomatic expressions that contain the word.

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    21/07/2020. Although many feel that it’s a matter of opinion, statistics show that countries with female leaders have fewer cases of contamination and deaths due to COVID-19. Why?

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    Le 01/05/2020. A UK radio station called Radio X conducted a survey which revealed 1991 to be the best year for music, according to its listeners. Why 1991? Bands like Nirvana, Pearl Jam, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, UB40, Roxette and R.E.M. are the answer to that question!

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    Le 07/04/2020. J’utilise les magazines de la gamme Go English dans le cadre de mes cours depuis plus d’un an et je dois avouer que je suis séduite par le concept et les contenus proposés.

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    In 1605, Guy Fawkes and his friends wanted to blow up important buildings in London where the king and the leaders were meeting so that someone else would rule England. This was called the Gunpowder Plot.

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    Last fall, while on a trip to a conference in Bristol, England, my husband and I decided to take a trip to Swansea, Wales. It is easily accessible by train and almost everything is within walking distance of the train station.

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    The earliest use of ‘Black Friday’ to mean the shopping on the day after Thanksgiving was in 1975 in the New York Times. It was used as a negative term to describe the heavy traffic and shopping crowds on the day after Thanksgiving.

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    The whole island of Ireland is a wonderful place to visit: you can discover beautiful towns and breath-taking landscapes all around the country. But it is also possible to learn about the rich history of both countries while travelling around Ireland and Northern Ireland.

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    Each year, hundreds of hiking fans and wilderness lovers embark on an incredible adventure: the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). This long-distance hike is located on the West American Coast and goes through three states: California, Oregon and Washington.

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