Anglais lv1 2009

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Corrigé bac 2009 : Anglais LV1 Série S – Métropole

Ces éléments de correction n’ont qu’une valeur indicative. Ils ne peuvent en aucun cas engager la responsabilité des autorités académiques, chaque jury est souverain.

BACCALAURÉAT GENERAL

SESSION 2009
ANGLAIS – LV1 Séries ES-S
Durée : 3 heures – Coefficient 3 L’usage des calculatrices et de tout dictionnaire est interdit.
Barèmeappliqué pour la correction Compréhension écrite Expression 10 points 10 points

Wives and Lovers, Jane Elizabeth VARLEY, 2003

Corrigé Bac 2009 – Série S – LV1 Anglais – Métropole

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I. COMPRÉHENSION
NOTE IMPORTANTE AUX CANDIDATS : Les candidats traiteront le sujet sur la copie qui leur sera fournie en respectant l’ordre des questions et en faisant apparaître la numérotation(numéro et lettre repère le cas échéant, ex : 15b – voir en particulier les questions 6 et 10). Ils composeront des phrases complètes chaque fois qu’il leur est demandé de rédiger les réponses. Le nombre de mots indiqué constitue une exigence minimale. En l’absence d’indication, les candidats répondront brièvement à la question posée. Les citations seront limitées aux éléments pertinents etprécédées de la mention de la ligne.

1. Nancy Masters, Philly Bingham and Victoria are the three main female characters. Alex, Algy, Connor, Hayden and Rufus are male characters. Each of them is related to one of the three women. Say in what way. Alex is Victoria’s son, Algy is Philly’s husband, Connor is Nancy’s son, Hayden is Nancy’s husband and Rufus is Philly’s son. 5x2pts = 10pts 2. How did Alex,Connor and Rufus get to know each other? They met at school. (They are classmates.) 3. Where is the scene set (country, city)? In whose house? The scene is set in England, in London, in Nancy’s House. 4. How long has Nancy been living there and where did she use to live? She’s been living there for six months and used to live in the United States. (Accepter ‘Dallas’ sans mention du pays) 2x3pts =6pts 5. What does her home reveal about her standard of living? Explain in your own words. (20 words) She must be quite wealthy since she can afford a large / richly furnished house full of expensive high-tech goods. 3x3pts = 9pts 6. a) What do we learn about Nancy’s husband’s working hours? He has a very long working day. OR He leaves home at 6 a.m. and does not return until 8 p.m. 1x3pts OU2x1,5pts = 3pts b) l. 29 ‘I mean the cab comes at six in the morning.’ Why does Nancy feel the need to insist on ‘morning’? Philly completely misunderstood her, thinking Hayden left work at 6 p.m. 2x2pts = 4pts 3x2pts = 6pts 4 pts

7. How does Nancy make sure such working hours have no consequence on her husband’s health? (30 words) She makes him stick to a healthy diet banning alcohol during theweek so that he can cope with his working hours. What’s more, she makes sure they work out together at the weekend. 3x3pts = 9pts

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8. l. 34 ‘Wow, thought Victoria, life was a bundle of fun for Hayden Masters’. Explain in your own words what Victoria really thinks of Hayden’s live. (30 words) She is being ironic as sheobviously thinks that on the contrary Hayden’s life is no fun at all. She feels sorry for him what with an overbearing wife and an exhausting workload. 3x3pts = 9pts Bonifier ‘ironic’ et bonifier ‘overbearing’. (+1pt) 9. Has Nancy adopted the culture and way of life of the country she is now living in? Answer in your own words (25 words), then quote at least four elements to support your answer. Noshe hasn’t. She is determined to cling to her American lifestyle and references and looks down on anything that is not American. 2pts+4pts = 6pts. Bonifier ‘looks down on anything that is not American’. (+1pt) l. 7 ‘American burgers’; l. 8 ‘tubs of expensive ice-cream’; l. 20 ‘I’ve located the American library’; ll. 20-21 ‘signed on with an American doctor’; II. 20-21 ‘the US school was full...
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