This course provides students with the tools to build on semesters 1 and 2 and produce sentences with greater confidence and accuracy. Various types of exercises will be used, including translation from French to English. Semester 3 focuses on the main features of the Verb Phrase, such as tenses, aspects, the passive voice, modal auxiliaries, the subjunctive and verbal complementation, including nominal and adverbial subordinate clauses.
This survey course will focus on Britain in the nineteenth century, a period when the country experienced remarkable prosperity at home and hegemony on the world stage.
In 1815, at the end of the Napoleonic Wars, Britain was already industrialized. This technological and economic advantage allowed her to supplant her European neighbours and become the “Workshop of the World”. Britain’s economic supremacy was paralleled on sea as its naval domination enabled the expansion of the Empire and the development of trading relations along free-trade policies. However, economic prosperity brought unprecedented changes which threatened the traditional social and political order and inspired the Establishment with fear of revolution. As reform was deemed preferable than revolution, major changes were brought to the franchise and the electorate was significantly expanded. In parallel, social reforms were introduced to improve the living and working conditions of the working classes while maintaining the social and political control of the élite. Nonetheless, the development of trade unionism together with the democratization of education allowed the working classes to partly emancipate themselves from their socially superior. Meanwhile, in the colonies, the domination of the metropole was also questioned: in the white dominions, demands for autonomy led to the introduction of self-government, which contributed to changing representations of imperialism. In African or Asian colonies on the other hand, the natives’ total subjection was expected and exacted, in keeping with the belief in “the white man’s burden”. All these evolutions gave rise to vivid debates, which formed part of a rich intellectual and political life in Victorian Britain.

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CM de Linguistique de l'oral (Phonologie) indépendant des TD de linguistique de l'écrit au S3.
Compléments de cours du CM de Littérature anglaise S3 (GB) pour les étudiants assidus de L2 Anglais.
Supports de TD pour les deux oeuvres au programme de Littérature L2 (Macbeth, Jane Eyre).
Welcome to the course! We will be meeting for two hours each week. This class will help you improve your English-speaking skills, diversify your sources of information, and expand your vocabulary. In this class you will learn to choose sources that have excellent data, and then use this data to persuade and convince your peers of your stance. In this course you will refine your way of researching and learn how to properly quote different sources.
Welcome to the course! We will be meeting for two hours each week. This class will help you improve your English-speaking skills, diversify your sources of information, and expand your vocabulary. In this class you will learn to choose sources that have excellent data, and then use this data to persuade and convince your peers of your stance. In this course you will refine your research methods and learn how to best quote different sources.
Welcome to the course! We will be meeting for two hours each week. This class will help you improve your English-speaking skills, diversify your sources of information, and expand your vocabulary. In this class you will learn to choose sources that have excellent data, and then use this data to persuade and convince your peers of your stance.

Complément de cours présentiel: exercices et corrigés partiels