Anglais correction du texte the great indoors

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THE GREAT INDOORS

GENERAL COMPREHENSION:

Les points de suspension sont acceptés si les bornes des citations sont clairement délimitées.
Les guillemets ne sont pas obligatoires.

Tick thecorrect answer: (1 point pour chacune des 2 premières questions. 2 points pour la 3ème)
I) This text deals with ( American people's fear of cold weather. (American people's extensive use ofair-conditioning. (American people's allergy to air-conditioning. (the dangers of chancing temperatures

2) The narrator ( approves of American people's attitudes. ( is angry with American people. ( criticisesAmerican people's attitudes. ( is not surprised at American people's attitudes.

3) The narrator is ( English. ( Irish. (American. (French

Justify your answer to question three.
"The last time Iwas in my hometown of Des Moines, Iowa."
Accepter : "My hometown of Des Moines, Iowa."

Accepter une formulation personnelle,(il n'est pas demandé de citer le texte…) même si elle comporte desfautes de syntaxe.

1 point si American est coché, mais sans justification. Zéro si American est coché mais avec une citation erronée.

DETAILED COMPREHENSION:

A) True or False ? Justify youranswer with brief quotations (1 point X 7)

1) The situation described in paragraph one takes place in fine weather.
(True False
"It was a glorious day" (accepter que la citation se prolonge jusqu'à"as good as a day can get")

2) On the day the narrator recalls, air-conditioning was necessary.
(True ( False
"A climate inside identical to the climate already existing outside". (accepterque la citation commence à :"to create" et se prolonge jusqu'à " in the larger world outside").

3) Americans are no longer used to being- out of doors.
(True False
Lignes 8 et 9, ou lignes 10 et11. (Mais zéro si les 4 lignes sont citées.)

4) Americans mostly shop in street-markets.
( True (False
"They shop in enclosed malls."

5) In most American cities, shops are underground....
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