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French television program on a dictation of a text by Jules Verne Around the Moon chapter 15
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For your information, this French television program on a dictation of a text by Jules Verne Around the Moon chapter 15: Show All ready for dictation! Show from Monday, May 24, 2021 Dictation: Around the Moon chapter 15
It's time for the dictation, followed by the correction by the French teacher Nicolas Saulais. Mélanie Taravant and Alex Goude, surrounded by college students, guests and the teacher are in Nantes, the birthplace of Jules Verne. Four teams of college students are installed in four places in the metropolis and overseas: Amiens, Brest, Kourou and Ariège
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With the incredible Nautilus, or the very first artificial satellite, or the voyage around the Moon before its time, it is said of Jules Verne, in his time, that he was an author of anticipation.
Jules Verne's work is one of the most read and translated in the world. Blending fantasy and poetry, his many novels educate as much as they entertain. By dreaming of his future 150 years ago, Jules Verne was already imagining our present.
In 40 years of writing, Jules Verne has written one hundred and two books - that's between two and three books a year! At least twice as many as the majority of our current authors.
In 1865, Jules Verne wrote From the Earth to the Moon, four years later he published Autour de la Lune. Reading it, you can imagine yourself in command of the American Apollo missions in the 1960s ...
In his novel Le Rayon vert, Jules Verne asks the question: have we ever watched a sunset over the sea? Because if you're lucky, the last ray won't be red but ... green.
Le Voyage dans la Lune, a French film by Georges Méliès, was released in theaters in 1902. This short film, adapted from Jules Verne's famous novel From the Earth to the Moon, is considered to be the first science fiction film. This version is extracted from a box of five DVDs including the complete work of Georges Méliès, restored and edited by Lobster films.
Jules Verne's scientific errors on the Moon explained by French astronaut Jean-François Clervoy.
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