Comment se sont passées les vacances de Stacey ?
Cheryl: Hi! How are you doing?
Cheryl: So tell me... How was your vacation?
Cheryl: Wow, you don't sound really enthusiastic!
Stacey: No, really, It was good. I went home to be with my parents. And I spent some time with my grandma.
Cheryl: Sounds great.
Stacey: No really, it was good... It's always good to get back home.
Cheryl: So, tell me, what did you do in Springville, Alabama?
Stacey: Well, I went horseback riding... I never get to ride horses in London! I miss it so much!
Cheryl: I didn't know you were into horseback-riding...
Stacey: Yeah, I bet there are a lot of things you don't know about me! But, hey, did I tell you about my little sister?
Cheryl: You mean... Celia?
Stacey: Yeah Celia! She turned sixteen this year, so we had a huge 'sweet sixteen' party for her! Back home in the US, turning sixteen is a very big deal! We made tons of little cupcakes, of all different colors and flavors...
Cheryl: Oh, I just love cupcakes!
Stacey: We had such a good time making them together, but, afterwards, boy! did we make a mess of the kitchen!
Cheryl: So you did have a nice vacation!
Stacey: Yeah! And I got to spend some time with my old friends from high school. It was great... just to hang out with them again... So, yeah! It was a real nice vacation back home, in Springville, Alabama!
Produite par les Éditions Didier, leader sur le marché des manuels scolaires en langues vivantes, la série The Twins’ Podcast répond aux niveaux de compétences décrits dans le Cadre européen commun de référence pour les langues et relève des niveaux A2 / B1 (fin du collège et début du lycée). Les épisodes sont visionnables avec l’option sous-titrage en anglais pour établir le lien entre graphie et phonie.