Exposé en anglais de trois pages sur la Princesse Diana, niveau lycée
Lady Diana was educated first at a preparatory school, Riddlesworth Hall at Diss, Norfolk, and then in 1974 went as a boarder to West Heath, near Sevenoaks. At school she showed a particular talent for music (as an accomplished pianist), dancing and domestic science, and gained the school's award for the girl giving maximum help to the school.
[...] The Princess was the first Englishwoman to marry an heir to the throne for 300 years. The Prince and Princess made their principal home at Highgrove House near Tetbury. The Princess of Wales had two sons. Prince William Arthur Philip Louis was born on 21 June 1982 and Prince Henry (Harry) Charles Albert David on 15 September 1984. The Princess had seventeen godchildren. In December 1992 it was announced that The Prince and Princess of Wales had agreed to separate. [...]
[...] EXPOSE ANGLAIS : DIANA CHILDHOOD AND TEENAGE YEARS Diana, Princess of Wales, formerly Lady Diana Frances Spencer, was born on 1 July 1961 at Park House. She was the youngest daughter of the Viscount and Viscountess Althorp. Together with her two elder sisters Sarah (born 1955), Jane (born 1957) and her younger brother Charles (born 1964), Lady Diana continued to live with her father at Park House. Lady Diana was educated first at a preparatory school, Riddlesworth Hall at Diss, Norfolk, and then in 1974 went as a boarder to West Heath, near Sevenoaks. [...]
[...] The vehicle in which the Princess was travelling was involved in a high-speed accident in the Place de l'Alma underpass in central Paris shortly before midnight on Saturday August. The Princess was taken to the Hospital, where she underwent two hours of emergency surgery before being declared dead. The Princess's companion, and the driver of the vehicle died in the accident, whilst a bodyguard was seriously injured. The Princess's body was subsequently repatriated to the United Kingdom in the evening of Sunday August. The Prince of Wales and the Princess's elder sisters accompanied the Princess's coffin on its return journey. [...]
[...] In December 1993, the Princess announced that she would be reducing the extent of her public life in order to combine meaningful public role with a more private life'. After her separation from The Prince of Wales, the Princess continued to appear with the Royal Family on major national occasions, such as the commemorations of the 50th anniversary of VE (Victory in Europe) and VJ (Victory over Japan) Days in 1995. Following her divorce, the Princess resigned most of her charity and other patronages. In the year before her death, the Princess was an active campaigner for a ban on the manufacture and use of land mines. [...]
[...] The Prince and Princess were divorced on 28 August 1996. The Prince and Princess continued to share equal responsibility for the upbringing of their children. The Princess, as the mother of Prince William (second in line to the throne), continued to be regarded as a member of the Royal family. PUBLIC ROLE After her marriage, The Princess of Wales quickly became involved in the official duties of the Royal Family. Her first tour with The Prince of Wales was a three-day visit to Wales in October 1981. [...]
avec notre liseuse dédiée !