I always hates holidays

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Broadways Terminales – page 14 - Worksheet on ‘I always hated holidays…’

Complete / Circle the right answers / Cross out the wrong answers

Author: Bernard Walsh / David Lodge / Sistine ChapelSource: an extract (an excerpt=a passage) from a novel / a short story / a magazine / a travel catalogue
Type of narrative: a monologue / a dialogue / a conversation / a soliloquy
Topic = Subject: ____________________________________________________________

The setting: on a plane / in an airport / in a camping-site
Destination: the USA / Honolulu / Hawaii / Europe
Number of charactersactually present: 1 / 2 / 3 / more
Their family names in capital letters (=surnames=last names)
____________________ ____________________ ____________________
Their first names (=Christian names)____________________ ____________________ ____________________
One company mentioned: ________________________________________
One job mentioned: ________________________________________
Namethree European towns (=cities):
____________________ ____________________ ____________________
Name three world-famous places/monuments:
____________________ ________________________________________
Name two great thinkers: ____________________ ____________________
The past opium of the people according to Sheldrake: ________________________________________
The new opium of the peopleaccording to Sheldrake: ________________________________________
The characters present have: the same point of view / opposed viewpoints / different opinions
Sheldrake’s point of view aboutholidays and travelling:
____________________________________________________________

_____________________
The key sentence in the text is on line(s) __________
Vocabulary from the text – Choose theright translation
(Intro)
his aunt = son oncle / sa tante
a travel = un travail / un voyage
(l. 1) a kid = un ado / un gamin
(l. 2) a waste of time = un gain de temps / une perte de temps
(l....
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