Fun with English

Vous voulez améliorer votre anglais ? Eh ben allez voir ailleurs. Ici, vous trouverez simplement de quoi vous amuser, et il y en a pour tous les niveaux.
Les activités ci-dessous sont classées en ordre croissant de complexité linguistique.

Le traducteur Anglais-Français.
Voici une petite activité pour rigoler... Composez votre phrase en sélectionnant un morceau dans chaque catégorie, puis cliquez sur "translate" pour voir ce que ça donne en Français. Hi hi hi !
Voir plus bas pour le traducteur Français-Anglais.

Do you want Do we really have Do you know how
Is it be possible Will I manage

to sleep with to find to eat to buy to show me
to look like to put up with to get in

Gerard Depardieu perfume a pair of frog legs
good cheese the Eiffel Tower
a genuine Parisian my wife my trousers

in your wildest dreams? to cover the smell? while drinking red wine? without speaking French? right after breakfast? without being too arrogant? when my mother-in-law is around? after eating 300 croissants? ? (nothing)

Votre signe astrologique

Entrez votre date de naissance, cliquez sur "submit" et découvrez votre signe en anglais.

 Month   Date    :   Sunsign 

How many days old ?

Find out your age in days, hours and minutes.

Your date of birth in English, please: (Example: november 16,1969)

You are days old
You are hours old
You are minutes old

Fun with numbers - in English of course !

You may want to write these numbers down.
No cheating allowed - you must do all the arithmetics in English !


Click "Go" to start a game.

Score :
Fails (6):

Tell me a story

Fill in the fields with your personal details, click the "Write Story" button, and bingo ! Read the story where YOU are the heroin or hero.
First Name: Something to Hide Behind:
Last Name: Friend's First Name:
Male or Female: A Piece of Furniture:
Age: A word expressing Anger:
Mother's First Name: Your favourite drink:
Your favourite colour: A Room in Your House:
Your City: Your favourite Hobby:
Your county: Your Father's Name:
Type of animal: Your favourite shop:
favourite TV programme: Word to Describe Someone's Rear-End:

So you think you know England...?

How much is 1 Euro worth in pounds sterling ?
b) £ 6.60
c) 66 pence
d) What's a Euro worth anyway ?


3) How many yards are there in a mile ?
a) 2000
b) 1760
c) 12
d) 240


5) What's the emergency phone number ?
a) a) 991
b) 123
c) 156
d) 999


7) Which of the following is a pub game ?:
a) poker
b) dominoes
c) bridge
d) pictionary


9) On which day of the year is Boxing Day ?
a) 1st January
b) 1st May
c) 26th December
d) 31st December
2) What is a toad-in-the-hole ?
a) a savoury dish
b) a folk dance
c) a kind of joke
d) a garment


4) Who's the leader of the Liberal-Democrats ?
a) Mo Mowlam
b) Peter Mandelson
c) Michael Portillo
d) Charles Kennedy


6) Who's Mayor of London ?
a) Gordon Brown
b) Yvette Cooper
c) Ken Livingstone
d) Frank Dobson


8) What's another name for a doctor ?
a) G.T.
b) G.P.
c) G.M.
d) G.O.


10) How do you translate "la chandeleur" ?
a) pancake day
b) Shrove Tuesday
c) Whitsunday
d) Good Friday

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Trivial Pursuit

(Thanks to Trivial Pursuit for some of the Trivia questions.)

When you think of the answer, click in the box beneath the question to check it out. If you want to get rid of the checks, click the button at the end.

The square root of 289 is ?

The capital of Poland is ?

As I was walking to London when I met 9 wives going the other way. Each wife had 9 sacks, and in each sack there were nine cats, and each cat had nine kittens. How many people were going to London?

If one-and-a-half chickens can lay one-and-a-half eggs in one-and-a-half years how many eggs could 100 chickens lay in 150 years?

What do frogs close when they swallow?

What is the worlds most common last name in English-speaking people?

What food contains up to 16 additives, including Plaster of Paris?

What was the first fruit eaten on the moon?

The trichina worm is most likely to be found in what meat?

One joke per channel - you have the remote