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Examen du Supérieur Université de Technologie de Belfort Montbéliard. Sujet de Anglais niveau I 2009. Retrouvez le corrigé Anglais niveau I 2009 sur Bankexam.fr.
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LE01
AUTUMN 2009
Midterm
NAME :
GRADE :
/25
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portable, lecteur MP3, traducteur,…) autorisé pendant l’examen. Vous n’avez
droit qu’au brouillon de couleur et au sujet distribués par les surveillants.
Vous pouvez être soupçonné de fraude en cas de présence d’autre matériel sur
les tables.
Your signature :
Circle the name of your TD Teacher : Mme Taylor-Monnin / Mme Verna / Mme Chambreuil / Mme
Duriez
I. Dates, numbers, punctuation.
A). Complete the lists.
(16 pts.)
1) Monday / ___________ / _____________ / ______________ / Friday / Saturday/
____________.
2) January / ______________ / ___________ / April / May / __________ / _________ / August /
3) September / ____________ / November / _____________.
4) Winter / __________ / ____________ /Autumn.
5) Ten / twenty / _________ / _________ / fifty / sixty /seventy / _________/ ninety/ __________
B). Write down the following numbers in letters. (5 pts)
328 :
14,712 :
962,540 :
C) Write today’s date entirely in letters : (“Aujourd’hui nous sommes le jeudi cinq novembre deux mille
neuf”). (2 pts)
D)
Write the name of the symbol. (3 pts)
@ =
.org =
2.9 % =
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II.
British Trivia : answer the following questions about
the UK as precisely as you can. (4 pts)
a) Who lives at 10, Downing Street in London?
b) What countries are part of the United Kingdom ?
c) What was Margaret Thatcher’s nickname?
d) What is a bobby?
III. Adverbs and adjectives (7.5 pts)
a) Read this diary of a young skater and complete it with the correct form of the words in
parentheses.
Jan. 4 :
I
saw
Stars on
Ice
tonight. It was a _____________ (great) show. They skated
___________________
(beautiful), and they looked _________________ (beautiful) too.
March 10
: I’m not a _______________ (good) skater, but I’m learning ____________ (fast).
June 30
: It’s _______________ (cold) on the ice, so we dress _________________
(warm) there.
Our hats and gloves look ________________ (funny) in the summer !
Aug. 15 :
I’m skating very _______________ (good) now. I want to compete. My teacher says I’ll win
________________ (easy). Mom says school is ________________ (important) too.
Sept. 15
: It’s ________________ (dark) at 5:00 a.m., but I never sleep ____________ (late). I need a
_______________ (big) breakfast before my 6:00 a.m. lesson. I’m working _____________ (hard) at
school and on the ice, but it’s fun !
IV. Everyday talk
What would you say if somebody told you this.
(4 pts)
1. Hello! My name is Dorothy Johnson. How do you do? / _____________________
2. How are you today? /_______________________
3. Thank you very much! /_________________________
4. Have a nice evening! /_(# You too!)_________________________
V.
State Verbs, Present, Present Progressive (Continuous)
a) Read this conversation and complete it with the correct form of the verbs in
parentheses. Use the present progressive or the simple present.
(15 pts)
A
: You _______________ tired. Are you OK ? ( look)
B
: I’m fine. Just hungry. I _______________ something to eat. ( need)
A
: ________ the Space Museum _____________ a cafeteria ? ( have)
B:
Sure, but I __________________
where it is. Hey, where _______
you ___________ ?
( not
know / go)
A
: W ell, I _______________
food, so I ________________
my nose ! (smell / follow)
[A little later]
A
: This cake _______________ great. Try some. ( taste)
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B
:
No,
thanks.
I
_________________
sweets.
What’s
wrong
with
your
tea
?
You
___________________ it. ( not like / not drink)
A
: It ________________
funny. I _________________ the milk is bad. I’ll get another cup.
( smell / think)
B
: Good idea. You know, I really _______________ the postcards we bought. ( like)
A
: Me too. I _______________
to send one to Klaus. ________
you __________ a pen ?
( want / have)
b.
)
Complete the following sentences using the verbs below (some sentences are negative,
and some sentences are questions).
(10 pts)
stay /happen/ try/ look after/ mean/ open / understand/ work/ do/ visit/
a.
A babysitter…………………....... children, while the parents are gone.
b.
W hat……………….....you……………….....?
I’m an accountant.
c.
I’m sorry but I ………………..... what you are saying.
d.
Could you help her? She……………... to translate this letter from a Spanish client and
she doesn’t know what this word ……………..
e.
Normally they ……………… from 9 am to 5 pm but today they ……………… late because they
have a lot of work.
f.
How often ……........he…………....... his grandmother? Twice a year.
g. When ……………… the factory ………………? Officially on 1
st
July.
h. What………………....
next door ? There’s a lot of noise !
c) Write two sentences about what you are doing next week-end.
(2 pts)
1.
___________________________________________________________________
2.
___________________________________________________________________
d) Write three sentences about your hobbies. Don’t use “like” or “love” or “prefer” in your
answer. (6 pts)
1.
________________________________________________________________________________
2.
________________________________________________________________________________
3.
________________________________________________________________________________
VI.
Question-words
:
Write in the “Question-Word”. (6 pts)
1) ______________ does this hat cost ? /
It costs $13.00.
2) ______________ is London from Cambridge ? /
About 80 km.
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3) ______________ do you ride your bike? /
Twice a week.
4) ______________ does her train leave ? /
At 2 o’clock.
5) ______________ dog is this ? /
It’s my sister’s dog.
6) _______________ is your book bag? /
It’s 12 kilos.
VII.Vocabulary :
A.
Complete the sentences.
Watch your spelling!
(4 pts)
1) The
_____________
for Nike on TV is really beautiful !
2) What time is it?
/ Sorry, I don’t know.
There is no ____________ in this room.
3)
Tonight we are eating at a very expensive restaurant.
The ladies will be wearing elegant dresses
and the men must wear a ___________ .
4) To cut paper, you need ________________ .
B.
Match the vocabulary to the correct sentence. Write your answers in the grid below. (10 pts)
1.
Sushma Advani works for a recruitment agency.
She is a ____.
2.
Mary is the team leader of the project SI-Quality.
She is _____ 15 people, plus all the deadlines.
3.
This person runs the business.
4.
You have your Engineering Degree from UTBM.
Now, you would like a firm to ___ you.
5.
First you send the company your CV and letter of motivation.
If the company likes your profile they
will call you for ___.
6. This person takes care of the finances of the business.
7. Total money from sales in one year.
8.
Pierre wants to be an engineer because he wants ___ a lot of money.
9.
To make money you have to pick the “right”
___ to sell.
10. On your CV,
it is very important to have ____ in a foreign country.
Employers like to know that
you can work abroad.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
a.
CEO
b.
accountant
c.
hire
d. headquarters
e
fire
f. to earn
g. product
h. head-hunter
i. in charge of
j. turnover
k. an
interview
l.
to win
m. an internship
n.
a job place
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VIII. The Family. (32 pts)
Complete the tree and answer the questions. Be careful : you mustn’t change the names in
your answers.
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IX.
Holiday choices
(
I
NSIDE
O
UT
,
M
ACMILLAN PUBLISHERS
)
Laura
When I go on holiday abroad I always try to learn some of the local language and meet some of the local people.
I’m not like those tourists who just lie on a beach, eat the same food as they do at home, and don’t try to learn
anything about the local culture. Why don’t they just spend their money on a sunbed instead?
Susan
The travel agency where I work is doing well at the moment because so many people are taking weekend breaks
in cities all over Europe. They can afford them because the flights are so cheap. We also sell lots of ten-day and
two-week package holidays to Spain, Greece and Florida – they’re always really popular.
Dave
For me, a proper holiday means having nothing to worry about, apart from remembering to put sun cream on.
That’s why I love package holidays. You’ve got the coach from the airport, three meals a day at the hotel, a nice
pool, a nice beach, cheap drinks – what more do you want? Maybe satellite TV, so you don’t miss the football!
Oliver
Because air travel is so bad for the environment I really think people should start going on holiday closer to
home. We can all do something to help slow down global warming and one way is to take fewer flights,
especially to destinations on the other side of the world.
For the last two years I’ve taken my summer holidays here in the UK, and they’ve been good. I’m going to Italy
this year, though – I’m dying for a bit of sun.
Exercise 1
( 6 pts)
Here are some simple definitions for words that appear in the text. Find the words they refer to and fill in the
gaps.
1. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
the place where someone is going
2. _ _ _ _ _
a short holiday
3. _ _ _ _ _ _
a machine with special lamps that you lie under to make your skin go brown
4. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
a holiday arranged by a travel company for a fixed price that includes the cost
of your hotel and transport, and sometimes meals and entertainment
5. _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _
a cream that you put on your skin to prevent it burning in hot sun
6. _ _ _ _ _
a long comfortable vehicle for carrying a large number of passengers, especially on long journeys
Exercise 2 (10 pts)
Decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F), or if the text doesn’t say (D).
1. Laura speaks five foreign languages.
2. The travel agency where Susan works is not selling many holidays.
3. Dave never travels by plane.
4. Oliver always stays in the UK for his holidays.
5. Laura likes trying different food when she goes away on holiday.
6. Oliver thinks that taking long flights is bad for the environment.
7. Susan likes going on holiday to Spain and Greece.
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8. Dave doesn’t like watching TV when he is on holiday.
9. Laura has never used a sunbed.
10. Dave sometimes needs to use sun cream when he is on holiday.
Exercise 3 (11 pts)
Complete the two crosswords below. If all the words are correct in the first, the country that is the most popular
tourist destination in the world will read from top to bottom. The second crossword reveals the second most
popular destination.
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2
3
4
5
6
1.
Susan says that lots of people can now ___________ to take short holidays in cities all over Europe.
2.
Oliver believes that people shouldn’t ___________ by plane so much.
3.
Dave likes to be able to eat his ___________ at the hotel.
4.
It seems Laura enjoys learning foreign ___________.
5.
Susan says that air travel to European cities is ___________.
6.
It seems Laura likes to do ___________ than just lie on a beach when she’s on holiday.
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7.
Laura thinks people should buy a ___________ rather than go on holiday just to lie in the sun and not learn
anything about the local food or culture.
8.
Oliver thinks people should ___________ travelling so far for their holidays.
9.
It seems Oliver thinks the ___________ can be a problem with summer holidays in the UK.
10. Dave doesn’t like to ___________ the football on TV when he’s away on holiday.
11. Dave doesn’t like worrying about ___________ when he’s on holiday.
X. Re-order the words so as to build a correct sentence.
(8 pts)
1) you / please / more /could /speak /slowly /?
2) works/ Margaret / hard / usually/.
3) he/understand/never/says/I/what.
4) usually/you/ have/do/on/ a/the/ bath /week-end ?
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XI.
Written essay.
Choose A or B or C.
Write a minimum of 150 words. (40 pts)
Use the following vocabulary in your essay:
4 linking words + 6 different adjectives + 3 different
adverbs + 2 negative sentences + 2 questions + 3 very original vocabulary words.
You can
circle
them in your essay to check that you haven’t forgotten to use them.
A.
What would you like to change in the world?
B.
Why do you want to be an Engineer?
C. Does speaking a second language change your life?
How so?
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