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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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  • 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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  • 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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