Vocabulaire (2 min) du Daily News du 22 juillet 2019

Well, at the tail end of Part One, we were talking
about Brexit


� la fin de
Well, [� la fin de] Part One, we were talking about Brexit

and how people on the island of Ireland are coping with


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and how people on the island of Ireland [font face au]

in Scotland as well, the First Minister is continuing to push
back against Brexit.


lutter contre
in Scotland as well, the First Minister is continuing [lutter
contre] Brexit.

Nicola Sturgeon says that quitting the bloc would
harm Scotland


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pr�judice � Nicola Sturgeon says that quitting the bloc would
[porter pr�judice �] Scotland

and she is vowing to hold an independence referendum
by 2021 if Brexit does


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and she [promet] to hold an independence referendum by 2021 if
Brexit does


indeed happen.


en effet
[en effet] happen.

Well, earlier this year, a UK government spokesman
said and I


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Well, earlier this year, a UK government [porte-parole] said and I


quote:


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[cite]:

her unwanted independence


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her [ind�sir�] independence


agenda".


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[ordre du jour]".

I still would like to see Brexit reversed so,


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I still would like to see Brexit [annul�] so,

you know, I'm doing everything I can to try to avoid Brexit,


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you know, I'm doing everything I can to try [�viter] Brexit,

because we don't have the ability to decide for
ourselves in Scotland


par nous-m�mes
because we don't have the ability to decide [par nous-m�mes] in Scotland


whether we are members of the European Union or not,


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[si] we are members of the European Union or not,

of having voted to stay in but


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of having voted [y rester] but


being taken out


en �tre retir�s
[en �tre retir�s]

with all of the consequences that for generations to come


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with all of the consequences that for generations [� venir]


brought to the fore why it makes so much sense for Scotland


mis en �vidence
[mis en �vidence] why it makes so much sense for Scotland


rather than have those decisions taken for us at Westminster.


plut�t que
[plut�t que] have those decisions taken for us at Westminster.

And we will of course follow all Brexit and Scottish independence
updates here on France 24.


nouveaut�s
And we will of course follow all Brexit and Scottish independence
[nouveaut�s] here on France 24.