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LE SAVIEZ VOUS ? Le Moyen Âge est une période de l'histoire qui s'étale approximativement de l'an 500 à 1500 ap. J.-C, entre l'Antiquité et les Temps modernes. Il a donc duré environ 1000 ans et a été un âge plutôt sombre de guerres et de querelles. Pour plus d'info: Histoire de France

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La France des 365 Biscuits et Gâteaux, morceaux choisis de notre patrimoine à croquer !

En décembre il n'y a pas que le Père Noel, il y a aussi tous ces fruits et légumes qui sont de saison...

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Finnish snow guide

I just learned that Finnish language have more words to describe different kinds of snow than the Eskimos. After a bit of investigation I found out …

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Hello English learners! :) Today ABA English will explain to you how to pronounce the “th” combination in English. TH – voiced dental fricative /ð/ To pronounce this TH, place the tip of your tongue between your top and bottom teeth and vibrate your vocal cords – it’s quite fun! ;) Words that have the /ð/ sound are: than / then / this / weather /smooth / other TH – voiceless dental fricative /θ/ Words with this TH are, for example, “thing” and “thought”. It is a much stronger sound. To pronounce this TH, do the same: place the tip of your tongue between your teeth but just blow air through your mouth without vibrating your vocal cords. Words that have the /θ/ sound are: thank / think / therapy / moth / path / youth Sign up for free to ABA English and try out the Natural Method right now: Begin to speak fluently just like native speakers do: http://www.abaenglish.com/en/sign-up-and-learn-english/?partnerid=6032