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UK Culture: Ethical Shopping

Quand vous faites du shopping pour acheter des choses à la mode, êtes-vous pour la valeur de l’argent ou pour la mode faite avec des valeurs ? Écoutez pour en savoir plus.


Try this grammar exercise. If you want more information about this area of grammar you can click the link(s) in the Grammar Support block on the right.


Combien de mots pouvez-vous obtenir en 3 minutes ? Les mots longs marquent plus de points. 

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Philipe Hart, le Directeur Général  de WebWare, une entreprise d’informatique, annonce au Directeur des ventes Brian O’Dell quelques mauvaises nouvelles. 

A group of people

This page can help you with your writing in the field of sociology. Take a look! 


Your Comments

26 March, 2017 - 09:03
Hello ibrahemyacoup, In the affirmative the meanings of 'have to' and 'must' are very similar. 'Must' often implies an obligation which you have set yourself - it is your own decision - while 'have...
26 March, 2017 - 09:03
Hello dipakrgandhi, There is no difference in meaning. After 'if' in hypothetical constructions of this kind we can use either 'was' or 'were'. If I was a rich man... If I were a rich man...
26 March, 2017 - 09:03
Hello dipakrgandhi, It is possible to omit the definite article when the superlative is used after the verb 'be' and not immediately before a noun. These are called predicative adjectives: This is...