A bit of culture
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Par Alice Johns le 20 Septembre 2017 à 17:36
In Scotland, people eat haggis.
Haggis is a type of big sausage. The meat inside the sausage is lamb (in French, "agneau"). They often cook the heart (in French, "coeur"), the liver (in French, "foie") or the lungs (in French, "poumons") of the lamb and mix it with onions, spices and a lot of fat (in French, "gras").
After, it is put in the stomach of a sheep ! Uggh !
Watch the video to see how is Haggis made. Answer this question : "What do Scottish people eat and drinkwith their haggis ?"
Par Alice Johns le 3 Février 2015 à 12:33
Netball is a fast, exciting team sport which involves running, jumping, throwing and catching, and of course scoring goals!.
Netball is similar to basketball but the rules, equipment and team numbers are slightly different:
- no dribbling; no running with the ball;
- players must pass the ball in 3 seconds
- the ball and basket are smaller
- there is no backboard
- players can't play in certain areas of the court.
Netball is played by over 20 million people in more than 70 countries. In 1995, Netball became a “recognized” Olympic sport and a strong push is underway for its inclusion in the Olympic Games Program.
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