Comment in­di­quer à quel mo­ment une ac­tion a lieu

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be­fore / af­ter / when / ago AE un mo­ment pré­cis We met be­fore/af­ter lunch. We had din­ner be­fore/af­ter going to the thea­ter. We went there when I was a child. I last saw him 2 years ago.

since AE une pé­riode de temps avec in­di­ca­tion du dé­but de l’ac­ti­vi­té I’ve li­ved here since 2008.

for AE une pé­riode de temps avec in­di­ca­tion de la du­rée I li­ved there for 2 years.

du­ring / while / when AE une pé­riode de temps pour deux ac­ti­vi­tés conco­mi­tantes I wor­ked in a bar when I was a student. I did tu­to­ring du­ring my va­ca­tion. I al­ways lis­ten to the ra­dio while wor­king.

S’agit-il d’un mo­ment pré­cis ou d’une pé­riode de temps ?

1. I’ve been sa­ving up for a car for ages.

2. She screa­med when he en­te­red the room.

3. They ate 10 pa­ckets of crisps while wat­ching the film!

4. What will you do with the chil­dren du­ring the school ho­li­days?

5. This was made over a hun­dred years ago.

6. I ha­ven’t been able to concen­trate since hea­ring the news.

Com­plé­tez les phrases avec be­fore, af­ter, when, ago, since, for, du­ring ou while.

1. It’s ten months ..................... I got made re­dun­dant. 2. I was bu­sy wor­king on my the­sis ..................... he cal­led me. 3. I wor­ked as a ci­vil en­gi­neer ..................... joi­ning the ar­my. 4. We’ll go for a drink in the bar .................... the in­ter­val. There’s a great

view over the ri­ver. 5. I ma­na­ged to clean the whole house ..................... he was away. 6. We met ..................... we were stu­dents at Ox­ford. 7. I wrote to him 3 weeks ..................... . I still ha­ven’t had a re­ply. 8. They’re going to Ca­na­da ..................... 3 years.

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