Tag Archive: detective.stories


Play the game and solve the mystery  HERE

 

 

   

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 This was the nickname (surnom) given to Agatha Christie, here is a very simple exercise to do on line about the subject : MYSTERY QUEEN EXERCISE (it’s an extract from the text that we have studied)

Agatha Christie est assez facile à lire si vous voulez vous entraîner à lire en anglais.

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Laughing Out Loud  and now for something completely different : Agatha Christie’s SKETCH by Monty Phyton.  There are no subtitles so it could be difficult to understand.

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Whodunit?

                                           New Yorker - whodunit

 If you like solving mysteries (and if you like reading in English!) you might want to have a look here : MYSTERY NET(choose : Get a Clue)

(mais ce n’est que l’une des pages de ce site (voir dans  les liens : READ IN ENGLISH)

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VOCABULAIRE :

Short BBC Crime  Quiz : you have 1 and a half minute to find the answers !

MYSTERY VOCABULARY : matching exercise

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This is the sort of atmosphere where I could imagine SHERLOCK HOLMES  investigating a murder…

Discover a wonderful painter…

–  John Atkinson GRIMSHAW  (1836-1893)  –

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SHERLOCK HOLMES CROSSWORD

Just a joke :
Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson are camping in a forest.  They put up a tent under the stars and go to sleep.  In the middle of the night, Holmes wakes Watson up.
« Watson – look up at the stars and tell me what you deduce. »
Watson says : »I see millions of stars.  And even if a few of those have planets, it’s very possible there are some planets like Earth.  And if there are a few planets like Earth out there, there might also be life. »
* Merlock Sholmes* * * 
<<<< Have some fun while you revise the time with Merlock Holmes : Time Bomb (game)
+ A lot more  about SHERLOCK HOLMES 
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