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Published 29 September 2020
Language English
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The history of
INDIGENOUS
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CONTENTSSOMMAIRE
o 110 June - July 2020
PEOPLE PLACES NEWS VOCABULARY LANGUAGE
Welcome to English Now number 110! FUN AND GAMES NEXT ISSUE AND ANSWERS
Quelles sont les images qui vous viennent à l’esprit lorsqu’on parle
de l’Australie ? La nature sauvage, les kangourous, l’opéra de Sydney, 4-5 FORUM
la montagne Uluru ? Ce numéro vous permettra d’aller au-delà What do you think of when you hear
des clichés pour plonger dans la culture aborigène et la place qu’elle the words ‘Indigenous Australians’?
tient dans la société australienne aujourd’hui. Nous vous aidons
6-7 10 THINGS TO DO également à préparer l’été avec le vocabulaire des vêtements d’été, Ten extreme sports worldwide
la pratique des sports extrêmes, un portrait du plus célèbre réalisateur
8-9 WHO ARE THEY? australien, et une double page sur les feux de forêts.
Baz LuhrmannVous souhaitant une belle échappée !
10-11 NOW NEWS
Valérie Hyenveux, rédactrice en chef
12-13 WHAT’S ITS NAME?
Summer clothes
14-15 MEET
Ashley Hunt, architect
16-17 GRAMMAR FILES
The possessive form
18-19 WORDS, WORDS
Expressions to convey fear
20-21 READ ALL ABOUT IT
Wildfres 12
22-23 ENGLISH AT WORK 6 Extreme sports
24-25 PRONUNCIATION
Intonation
26-29 CULTURAL NOTES
The history of Indigenous Australians
31 NOW YOU’RE TALKING
A surfng lesson
32 COOK IN ENGLISH
The classic pavlova
33 SURVIV AL KIT
What to do in an emergency
on the beach26
34-35 GREETIN GS FROM…
A camping car trip in the Australian bush
36 STAR WORDS
37 NEWS FROM THE STUDIOS
38-39 INTERVIEW
Megan Stevenson, a dental technician34
40 COMING SOON
Wonder Woman 1984 and Soul31
41 MUSIC RELEASES
Larkin Poe and Cub Sport
42 WISH YOU WERE HERE
The Great Barrier Reef
Article en anglais américain 43-47 ENGLISH NOW TEST
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FORUMPEOPLE
Article by Louanne Piccolo
ELIZA, 37, postural alignment specialist
from Thatcham, England, UK
When I hear the word ‘Indigenous’, I always think of
colonisation. Australia was colonised like many other
countries in the world. Indigenous Australians suffered
like the native people in North America when European
travellers arrived in their country and took their land.
It was shameful!
BENJAMIN, 42, ski instructor from Banff,
Alberta, Canada
1I imagine people living in the outback . They have a
very rich culture and a special relationship with their
environment. They also speak several languages that
are different from all the other languages I know. They
are exotic and beautiful to me. I would like to learn
more about them.
1 The outback is the vast interior of Australia, arid and more remote than the bush.
CHRISTIANE, 60, retired bank manager
from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
I’m South African but I moved to Australia 10 years
ago. I lived in South Africa during apartheid. When
I hear the words ‘Indigenous Australians’, I think of
the injustice that colonisation caused to the native
people in this country. The Aborigines have a similar
history to native South Africans.
several plusieurs
indigenous un autochtone, un indigène land une terre, un pays retired retraité
a postural alignment specialist un spécialiste en posturologie shameful honteux to move (ici) déménager
native people le peuple indigène, autochtone a relationship un lien, une relation to hear entendre
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What do you think of
when you hea the wod
‘Indigenou Autalian’?A1 A2
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SONIA, 27, primary school teacher
from Glasgow, Scotland, UK
I think of the fres in Australia. I read
an article on an Aboriginal technique
to control bushfres. It’s a very old
skill. Basically, to prevent big
bushfres, you must make lots
of small fres that clear an area.
Maybe the Australian government can ask Indigenous
Australians for help?
MATT, 32, medical student from Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, USA
When I hear those two words, I realize that I don’t
know a lot about Australia or
native Australian people at all!
Everything about Australia is
so foreign to me. I think that
the Indigenous Australians
must have an interesting
culture and a unique language,
like all native people.
NOEL, 53, computer programmer
from Cork, Co. Cork, Ireland
Didgeridoos! I’m passionate about wind
instruments – I play the fute and the trombone.
So, I’m very interested in the didgeridoo,
which the Aborigines created. It’s a very
sophisticated instrument and I admire the
Indigenous Australians for making it.
It makes beautiful music and I want to learn
to play it.
a primary school teacher un instituteur basically en gros, simplement foreign étranger
a fre un feu to prevent empêcher, éviter a computer programmer un programmeur (informatique)
a bushfre un feu de brousse an area une zone, un espace a wind instrument un instrument à vent
a skill une compétence, at all du tout to learn apprendre
une habileté
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