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DAEU TEST D’ANGLAIS Date : 5 septembre 2018 Attention : remplissez cette fiche très lisiblement.

DAEU

TEST D’ANGLAIS Date : 5 septembre 2018

DAEU TEST D’ANGLAIS Date : 5 septembre 2018 Attention : remplissez cette fiche très lisiblement. Ce

Attention : remplissez cette fiche très lisiblement. Ce document servira d’outil de liaison

NOM de naissance :

NOM dusage:

Prénom :

Tél. domicile :

Tél.portable :

Adresse électronique :

(e-mail)

Adresse postale :

Avis du correcteur

Note obtenue :

/20

/20

1. Avis favorable au DAEU

2. Avis favorable au DAEU et soutien

3. Avis défavorable

Date :

Nom du correcteur :

Signature :

D.A.E.U.

Université de Paris 1 Panthéon – Sorbonne

ENGLISH TEST

5 septembre 2018

Durée de l’épreuve : 1h30

Le test comporte 8 pages numérotées de 1/8 à 8/8.

Dictionnaire non autorisé.

Répondez directement sur le sujet, ne rendez aucune feuille en annexe.

Le texte A DIFFICULT CHOICE est placé en annexe.

I. COMPRÉHENSION

1 - RIGHT OR WRONG ?

Les phrases suivantes sont-elles vraies (right) ou fausses (wrong)? Cochez la bonne réponse

et justifiez votre choix uniquement en citant le texte. Toute réponse non cochée ou non justifiée sera considérée comme nulle.

/ 5 pts

a - Jim stopped working to take care of his mother.

Right

Wrong

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b - They have more than two children.

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Wrong

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c - Jim was the only one who had a job.

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Wrong

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d - Jim wasn't satisfied with his job.

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e - Jim doesn't regret the decision he made.

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Ces phrases sont vraies. Trouvez la citation qui les justifie.

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a

- In the future, Jim would like to go back to work.

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b - His father didn't spend a lot of time with him when he was young.

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c- They are having financial difficulties.

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3 - Répondez à cette question EN ANGLAIS.

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a) About his father, Jim says " I think he missed a lot " (line 13).

What do you think he means ?

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II - COMPÉTENCES LINGUISTIQUES

1. Mettez le verbe entre parenthèses au temps qui convient.

a) Yesterday, Jim (watch)

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him from work.

TV when Alice (call)

/2,5 pts

b)

In general, Alice (come back)…………………………………… around 6 o'oclock from work.

c)

Tomorrow, Gary (call) ……………………………………………. his former boss to thank him.

d)

Listen ! The children (sing) ………………………………………………

in the shower!

2.

Imaginez que vous rencontrez Jim, demandez - lui:

/1,5pt

a

S'il est heureux avec ses enfants.

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b

- Si son fils aime les dessins animés. (= cartoons)

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– S'il est déjà allé à New - York avec sa femme.

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3.

Imaginez maintenant que vous rencontrez Lisa pour parler de Jim, demandez- -lui:

/ 1 pt

a

– Si Jim était un bon étudiant à l'université. (= student)

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– Quand elle a rencontré Jim.

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4. Alice et Jim sont en pleine discussion… Que lui dit-elle pour lui conseiller de trouver un autre emploi :

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Que lui dit-il pour lui interdire d'acheter des bonbons aux enfants :

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III - EXPRESSION ECRITE EN ANGLAIS – environ 100 mots minimum.

Jim meets a friend and tells him that he wants to quit his job to stay home with his children. friend doesn’t agree. Imagine their conversation.

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ANNEXE

A DIFFICULT CHOICE

Jim North, 33, stopped working two years ago so he could stay home and raise his three children. His wife, Alice, is an executive secretary at an investment bank. They live in Glasgow. “Before our third child was born, we both worked,” says Jim. “But with three

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small children, there was too much to do, and when the day-care centre 1 near our house closed down, we decided that one of us would have to stop working. Our salaries were about the same, but Alice’s company provided better benefits.” "Was it difficult to quit this job? In a way, it was, because there’s so much unemployment. But I was fed up with my job as a supermarket supervisor. I’ll go

back to work in a year or two, when the children are a little older. Of course, now I worry about finding another job.” “But I’m glad I chose to stay with my children. My father was a merchant seaman, so we rarely saw him, and I think he missed a lot. I really enjoy my children and have a lot of fun with them. But it’s been hard to make ends meet. It’s

difficult for five people to live off one salary.”" Alice agrees, but she too is pleased with the decision they made.

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Jeremy McCready, NewsNow, 2002.