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Two riddles … Zwei Rätzel… Dos adivinanzas… Deux devinettes… Due indovinelli. 8 February 2008

Posted by Lycée Alexis de Tocqueville in Der Ameisenhaufen, Deutsch, El Hormiguero, Español, Français, La Fourmilière, The Beehive.
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What always weighs the same no matter how big it gets?

                                                                                                                                                                                  Was hat immer das gleiche Gewicht, egal wiegroß es ist ?

                                                                                                                                                                                 ¿ Qué cosa tiene siempre el mismo peso cualquier sea su tamaño ?

                                                                                                                                                                             Qu’est-ce qui fait toujours le même poids, quelle que soit sa taille?

                                                                                                                                                         Che cosa ha sempre lo stesso peso qualunque taglia habbia?



          What can you always count on ?       


          Womit kann man immer rechnen ?   


           ¿Con qué podemos contar bajo todas las circunstancias?   


           Sur quoi peut-on compter en toutes circonstances?  


            Su cosa possiamo contare in ogni circostanza?           


Teenage is a golden age! A few reactions… 4 February 2008

Posted by Lycée Alexis de Tocqueville in English, Lifestyles.

We are students of 1re STG, which means that we study marketing and communication. We all learn English and another foreign language, Spanish or Italian. We have discussed the saying “Teenage is a golden age” with Susie, our English assistant. Here are the points of view of some of us. Tell us what you think too !

“To a certain extent, I agree with the statement, ‘Teenage is a golden age’, because you can do what you want. You are in good health… But you have worries and you are stressed by school work…” Sophia

“Well, I agree but not totally. We’re young and we don’t have any trouble. Teenagers think that life is not complicated and they don’t worry about anything. But they have to go to school for their future, to take their A’levels. And very often young people are miserable because they often argue with their parents. So, for me, to be in the “golden age” has advantages and drawbacks.” Xavier

“Well, it’s partly true: you have fun with your friends, you organise house parties, you go out, you flirt… Yet, you often argue with your parents who can sometimes be very annoying.” Amel