Sunday Bloody Sunday A song by U 2

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Sunday Bloody Sunday A song by U 2

Sunday Bloody Sunday A song by U 2

Listen and repeat these words 3 or 4 syllables 2 syllables Reality Away Bloody

Listen and repeat these words 3 or 4 syllables 2 syllables Reality Away Bloody Tomorrow Battle Brothers Begun Children Fiction 1 syllable Millions Mothers Sunday Tonight Blood Call Can’t Close Drink Eat Eyes Hearts How Long Many Song Street Tears Tell True Wall Your

3 or 4 syllables Reality Tomorrow 2 syllables Away Battle Begun Bloody Brothers Children

3 or 4 syllables Reality Tomorrow 2 syllables Away Battle Begun Bloody Brothers Children Fiction Millions 1 syllable Mothers Sunday Tonight Blood Call Can’t Close And the _______ (2)’s just _______ (2) There’s many _____, (1) but _______ me who has won (1) The trench is dug within our _______ (1) And ______, (2) children, _______, sisters torn apart (2) Sunday, bloody sunday How ____. . . (1) ________ (1) must we sing this _______ (1)? Song Street Tears Tell True Wall Your Sunday, bloody sunday (tonight) Tonight Sunday, bloody sunday (tonight) ‘cause _______. . . we can be as one (2) ______. . . _______ (2), _______ (2) Sunday _______ (2), ___________ (2) Sunday, bloody Sunday (sunday bloody Sunday. . . ) How Long Lost Many cause _____. . . we can be as one (2) ______. . (2) I ____ (1) believe the news _____ (2) Oh, I _____ close my eyes and make it go away (1) How ______. . . (1) How _____ must we sing this song? (1) How _____? (1) how ______. . . (1) Broken bottles under ______’s feet (2) Bodies strewn across the dead end ______ (1) But I won’t heed the battle ______ (1) It puts my back up Puts my back up against the _______ (1) Drink Eat Eyes Hearts • Wipe the ____ from your eyes (1) Wipe your tears ______ (2) Wipe your ______ (1) _____ (2) I wipe ____ tears away (1) (sunday, bloody sunday) I wipe your _____ (1) shot _____ (1) (sunday, bloody sunday) Sunday, bloody sunday (sunday, bloody sunday) (here I come!) And its ______ (1) we are immune When fact is ______ (2) and tv _______ (4) And today the _____ (2) cry We ____ (1) and _____ (1) while _______ they die (3) The real ______ (2) yet _____ (2) (sunday, bloody sunday) To claim the victory jesus won (sunday, bloody sunday) On. . . Sunday bloody sunday

Français DES BOUTEILLES CASSÉES LES PIEDS DES ENFANTS LE CRI DE BATAILLE DIMANCHE SANGLANT

Français DES BOUTEILLES CASSÉES LES PIEDS DES ENFANTS LE CRI DE BATAILLE DIMANCHE SANGLANT TES YEUX INJECTÉS DE SANG LA VRAIE BATAILLE LE CRI DE BATAILLE LES PAROLES (D’UNE CHANSON) DES LARMES CŒUR Anglais

Think about it! LA PLACE DU QUALIFICATIF DANS LE GN A – Recopiez ces

Think about it! LA PLACE DU QUALIFICATIF DANS LE GN A – Recopiez ces groupes nominaux dans le tableau ci-dessous: a – The battle call QUALIFICATIF NOM b – blood-shot eyes (noyau du GN) c- Bloody Sunday B- Remarquez la nature du qualificatif et sa place dans le GN. Dans tous les GN, le qualificatif (le ou les mots qui ___________ le ______) se trouve _________ le nom qu’il qualifie. En anglais, le __________ n’est pas forcément un ______________________, il peut aussi être un___________ ou un autre _________. En anglais, on peut former des ____________ à partir de noms. Ex: blood (le sang) → ____________ (sanglant)