BREXIT – WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN NEXT?
- 2nd February 2020
- Posted by: Elizabeth
- Category: Leaving Certificate
BREXIT – WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN NEXT? BREXIT – QUE VA-T-IL SE PASSER MAINTENANT?
The United Kingdom has now formally left the European Union so what is next step for Great Britain and Europe? Le Royaume-Uni a maintenant officiellement quitté l’Union européenne. Quelle est donc la prochaine étape pour la Grande-Bretagne et l’Europe ? The UK officially left the European Union on Friday at 23:00 GMT after 47 years of membership, and more than three years after it voted to do so in a referendum. Le Royaume-Uni a officiellement quitté l’Union européenne vendredi à 23h00 GMT après 47 ans d’adhésion, et plus de trois ans après avoir voté par référendum en ce sens. European leaders have expressed sadness at the UK leaving the EU. Les dirigeants européens ont exprimé leur tristesse face au départ du Royaume-Uni de l’UE. The first priority will be to negotiate a trade deal with the EU. The UK wants as much access as possible for its goods and services to the EU. La première priorité sera de négocier un accord commercial avec l’UE. Le Royaume-Uni souhaite que ses biens et services aient un accès aussi large que possible à l’UE. Full version available to subscribed members of the Leaving Cert or Teacher plans https://www.frenchnotes.ie/subscriptions/
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KEY GRAMMATICAL CONSTRUCTIONS Quelle est donc la prochaine étape – What will be the next step? Après avoir + past participle – After having done something Exprimer sa tristesse – To express one’s sadness Face à – Faced with La première priorité sera de –The first priority will be to Négocier un accord – To negotiate an agreement Members of the Teacher Plan have automatic access to both Leaving Cert & Junior Cert revision notes. Also we are constantly adding new files to the site, so whatever is put up for the duration of your membership, you have access to it. While we do put up some of our material on social media, it is only a fraction of what you will find on our site.
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