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Voyage & vacances

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diverse        material        expectancy        subtract        visited        lag

1. When you cross the International Date Line from east to west you add a day and if you travel the other way you … a day.
2. Jet … often feels worse when you travel from west to east.
3. Studies have shown that if you spend your money on travelling, rather than … items you will be happier in life.
4. France was the most … destination by international tourists in 2016.
5. Papa New Guinea is one of the most culturally … countries in the world, with over 820 spoken languages.
6. Those who travel tend to have a longer life …, due to improved physical and mental health.

1. subtract
2. lag
3. material
4. visited
5. diverse
6. expectancy

FAITS DE L’ÉTÉ

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temperatures        destination        solstice        seasons        village

1. Summer is one of the four …..
2. Summer begins on the day of the summer ….. and ends on the day of the autumn equinox.
3. The hottest day on record in the UK was recorded in 2003 when ….. soared to 38.1C.
4. The ….. located furthest from the sea in the UK is Coton in the Elms in Derbyshire which is 113km away from the coast.
5. The most popular holiday ….. for British tourists is Spain.

1. seasons
2. solstice
3. temperatures
4. village
5. destination

CÉLÉBRATIONS DU NOUVEL AN

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resolutions         fireworks         poem         symbol         Day

1. New Year’s ….. is a bank holiday in the UK.
2. Big Ben is a well known ….. of New Year’s Eve and many people gather near the clock tower to see in the new year.
3. At New Year, people often sing ‘Auld Lang Syne’, originally a ….. written by Scottish poet Robert Burns.
4. At the start of the new year people often make …..
5. People often celebrate the new year by setting off …..

1. Day
2. symbol
3. poem
4. resolutions
5. fireworks

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