UTBM anglais niveau ii 2007 le02 semestre 2 final

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Humanités – anglais. Spring 2007 25 juin 2007 xxxaa LE02 Nom de l’enseignant de TD M. Arthaud Mme Duriez Mme Laforest M. Phillips M. Rodriguez M. Tourrette Mme Verna Exercise 1. Please underline the stressed syllable in each of the following words as in the example. 1 point. Incorrect answer or no answer – 0,1 EXAMPLE: appointment 10. delivery 1. accommodation 11. advantage 2. inventory 12. entertainment 3. consignment 13. service 4. finally 14. suitable 5. discount (noun) 15. history 6. inconvenience 16. historical 7. connection 17. industry 8. schedule 18. industrial 9. inexcusable Signature : NOTE : /30 1 Humanités – anglais. Spring 2007 Exercise 2. How should the underlined letter ‘i’ or ‘y’ be pronounced in the following words? Write your answer by ticking () the box in the appropriate column as in the example. 1 point. Incorrect answer or no answer = – 0,1 I 3: aI EXAMPLE:examine 1. private 2. guide 3. outskirts 4. consignment 5. identify 6. agency 7. delivery 8. behind 9. device 10. quiet Exercise 3. How should the underlined letters be pronounced in the following words? Write your answer by ticking () the box in the appropriate column as in the example. 1 point. Incorrect answer or no answer = – 0,1 &&&& AAAA:::: eeeeIIII IIII QQQQ aaaaUUUU eeee@@@@ aaaaIIII @@@@UUUU ...
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Humanités – anglais. Spring 2007
 
LE02  
Nom de l’enseignant de TD M. ArthaudMme Duriez M. RodriguezM. Tourrette  
  
25 juin 2007
Mme Laforest Mme Verna
M. Phillips
 
               1 point. Incorrect answer or no answer – 0,1 EXAMPLE:appointment 10. delivery 1. accommodation 11. advantage
 
2. inventory 3. consignment
4. finally  5. discount (noun)
6. inconvenience 7. connection
8. schedule 9. inexcusable
Signature :
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12. t enneiamnettr 13. service
14. suitable 15. history
16. historical 17. industry
18. industrial
 
NOTE :                                /30
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             
            
EXAMPLE:location 1. mobile 2. agency 3. accommodation 4. available 5. table 6. area 7. calm 8. harbour 9. exam 10. discount 11. item 12. complain 
1 point. Incorrect answer or no answer = – 0,1
Fit Bed Cat 
                                                                                                                                             
Boss 
Father 
Poor
Boat
 
 
Bird Luck  
Feet 
Hall Book 
Moon 
Appeared 
1
P
Pale
Five
air
Boy
House
  
 
 
 
 
                       
EXAMPLE:examine 1. private 2. guide 3. outskirts 4. consignment 5. identify 6. agency 7. delivery 8. behind 9. device 
0. quiet 
1 point. Incorrect answer or no answer = – 0,1
 
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     
 
    
P
         
 
          
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Exercise 4.
!   "  #        The Boeing 737 stuck in city road By Monica Chadha BBC News, Mumbai  Residents of the Indian city of Mumbai (Bombay) are wondering how long it will take to
remove a disused Boeing 737 that has been abandoned in a busy road. The decommissioned
aircraft was being driven through the city at the weekend when the driver got lost and then
abandoned the plane. The Boeing used to belong to the private company Air Sahara.
Some locals are angry that no action is being taken to move the plane. Others say it is a tourist attraction. It appears that after taking a wrong turn, the driver found himself facing a flyover1 that was too low for him to take the plane under. The driver has not been seen since and no-
one is assuming responsibility for the 737.
The plane has become the centre of attraction with people coming from all over the city to
take a look. "I've been fascinated with planes and never seen one so closely," engineering
student Vamsi Shastri said. "It's huge!" His friend Ankur Rane said, "It's fascinating to see an airplane on the roads when one is only used to seeing cars and auto rickshaws2."
However, for Pradeep Malhotra, who runs a catering service in the area, the plane has become
a huge problem because it is parked right in front of his shop. "My work is suffering because
the food cannot be loaded in the big vehicles," he said. "I have to load it in the smaller vans
and then carry them to the bigger ones parked at the back. "I don't know how they are going to
take it out because you can't reverse it, its too big, and you can't go further down the road."
Some residents said they had not complained simply because they assumed that the authorities
would be making it a priority to get the plane out of the city.
Five days on, it is still not clear who is responsible for the aircraft and its transfer to Delhi.  Story from BBC NEWS: http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/world/south asia/6620461.stm _ Published: 2007/05/03 16:00:05 GMT © BBC MMVII
                                                 1A flyover is a structure which carries one road over the top of another road. 2A rickshaw is a simple vehicle that is used in Asia for carrying passengers. Some rickshaws are pulled by a man who walks or runs in front.
 
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Exercise 5.
$         "        3 points. Incorrect answer or no answer = - 0,5 EXAMPLE:A lorry-driver -has left - is left - has been left - is being left- his truck in the middle of a street in Mumbai. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1. This Boeinghad sold - had being sold - had been soldby the company Air Sahara
and was going to be taken apart.
2. The fuselagehad placed - had being place-had been placedon a trailer.
3. The truck driverwas taken - took - has takingthe wrong turn and arrived at a
flyover.
4. He realized that hecouldn’t drove-didn’t can drive - could not driveunder the
flyover, so he stopped the lorry and left.
5. the trailer with the Boeing on itSince that day has been blocked - has blocking - has been blockingthe street.
6. Some people didn’t complain because theyhad never seen-had never seeing - did
never have seen- a plane so closely before.
7. One resident has different views on the problem and would like to know when the Boeingis going to be removing - is going to being removing-is going to be
removed. Indeed he cannot park his van in front of his shop any longer.
8. Some other residents haven’t complained because they thought that the authorities
had being inform - had be to inform - had been informedand were doing their best
tohave the Boeing removed-have the Boeing removing - have been the Boeing   removed.
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Exercise 6. %   "      #        %    "      ncorrect answer or no answer = - 0,5 EXAMPLE: Restaurant owner Ramji Thaparis - had been - was being one of the puzzled3 
residents of the Chembur area of the city.
When he woke up on Sunday morning he found that the aircraft on a giant trailer4 had been
abandoned - is being abandoned - has abandonedon the road. On Saturday night heshuts 
-shut-is shutting shop and went home and everything was fine.– his
On Sunday morning when he arrived, this aircraftwas - has been - had beenthere near his
restaurant! The Boeingis being decommissioned - had been decommissioned -
decommissionedand its engine and wing and tail5-is being removed-had removed-had
been removed, only the fuselagehad been left – had left – left.  On Saturday night this
fuselageis being taken - has been taken - was taking - was being takenby the road to the
capital Delhi when it got stuck in a narrow street just in front of a flyover.
Reports say this fuselageto be used - supposed to be used – wassupposed towas supposed
use–supposed to useat a flight training academy.
                                                 3Someone who is puzzled is confused because they do not understand something. 4A trailer is the long rear section of a lorry or truck, in which the goods are carried. 5You can use tail to refer to the end or back of something, especially something long and thin.
 
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Exercise 7. Prepositions %        3 points. Incorrect answer or no answer = - 0,3 EXAMPLE:Je suis à Delhi.  I amDelhi.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
1. Le camion longea la ville pendant 500m. e lorry drove _________________________ y for 500m. Th the cit
2. Il passa au dessus d’une rivière. It drove a river. ____________________
3. Il tourna à droite, il traversa une zone industrielle. It turned and went an industrial estate. ____________________ _________________ 4. vitesse une petite colline et se dirigea vers le centre ville.Il descendit à toute It sped a small hill and went the town centre. ______________ _______________
5. Le chauffeur sortit de la cabine et s’en alla en courant. The driver g ____________ __________ and ____________________away. ot the cab
6. mais la police leur ordonna de descendre.Des enfants montèrent sur le fuselage, Some children climbed _____________________the fuselage but the police ordered them to step _______________ immediately.
&                 "      2 points Incorrect answer or no answer = - 0,5 EXAMPLE:your consignment has not arrived yetI am phoning you _______________
 
BecauseIfUntilAlthough 1. the truck driver had never been to Mumbai and did not know the town at ___________
all, he was asked to drive the fuselage through the town to the training academy.
BecauseIfUntilAlthough 2. majority of inhabitants the Boeing was an attraction _For a __________it was a real nuisance for all the shopkeepers and small firms of the street.
whereasaswhensince 3. The local authorities did not react adequately, they should have sent a crane
te y___________lift the fuselage and c immedia l lear the street.
as
to
forin order that
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4. A resident was enraged because the Boeing prevented him from working. He phoned
the authorities and told them that___________they had the fuselage removed straight away, he would blow it6up.
ifon condition that
providedeven if
unless
rry driver left his lorry in the middle of the road ____________ e fully realized 5. The lo h
that it would cause a real problem to all the residents.
if
on condition that
provided
even if
unless
           " 2 points Incorrect answer or no answer = - 0,3  Past simple beginEXAMPLE: 
hurry
catch
fly
let
pay
cost
flee
carry
lose
rent
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Past participle EXAMPLE: 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                                                 6up, it is destroyed by an explosion. If someone blows something up or if it blows
 
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    "       &              '          "
2 points. One correct answer = 0,2 EXAMPLE:Anex____________ is a formal test that you take to show your knowledge or ability in a particular  
 
If y_________________a room or a building, you put new paint or wallpaper on 1. oure it.
2. If yousw_______________an area of floor or ground, you push dirt or rubbish off it using a brush with a long handle.
outi 3. When y__________ ______put things back in their proper places so that, you
everything is neat.
4. Anae_____________is a device or a piece of wire that receives television or radio
signals and is usually attached to a radio, television, car, or building.
_______ _____________e, d 5. If someone hasdo theirin their hous windows are fitte with two layers of glass in order to keep buildings warmer or to keep out noise.
g that isdi_________________and in a generally bad condition.old 6.  isA buildin 7. Aro_______________is a circular structure in the road at a place where several
roads meet. You drive round it until you come to the road that you want.
8. Acro____________________is a place where two roads meet and cross each other. 9. In Britain, aze_______ ________is a place on the road that is marked with ___ black and white stripes, where vehicles are supposed to stop so that people can walk across. 10. Aut _____________ _______________is a room in a house which is usually connected to the kitchen and which contains things such as a washing machine, sink, and cleaning equipment.
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&     ( )              * +       ,-#                3 points. EXAMPLE:    .
correctincorrect     1.           
 
correctincorrect …………………………………………………………………………………………... …………………………………………………………………………………………... 2.             
correctincorrect …………………………………………………………………………………………... …………………………………………………………………………………………... 3.              
      
correctincorrect …………………………………………………………………… ……………………... …………………………………………………………………………………………... …………………………………………………………………………………………... …………………………………………………………………………………………... …………………………………………………………………………………………... 4.            
correctincorrect …………………………………………… ……………………………………………... …………………………………………………………………………………………...
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5.         
correctincorrect ….…………………………………………………………………………………………... ….…………………………………………………………………………………………... 6.            
correctincorrect ….…………………………………………………………………………………………... ….…………………………………………………………………………………………... 7.                
correctincorrect …………………………………………………………………………………………... …………………………………………………………………………………………... 8.             
correctincorrect …………………………………………………………………………………………... …………………………………………………………………………………………...  
 
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Write the email on the email facsimile below. 8 points [Yo From :
 
 
Shri Haroon Yusuf @ prabhu.in
work placement  
 
ur name]@utbm.fr
Cc:
 
Sent
Jun. 19
 
Dear Mr/Mrs [your name]  We are pleased to inform you that we can offer you a work placement from July 14 2007 until December 29th2007 in our Delhi production plant.  You will find in the attached file a copy of a wok placement contract that should be completed by the industrial relations department of your university and sent back to us by the end of the week at the latest.  Mr Tejendra Khanna, our production manager, will supervise your work placement and we suggest you contact him immediately (Tejendra.Khanna@prabhu.in) in order to have more information on the nature of your assignments.  Ms Sheila.DackshatckDaatshra@pu.bhnili.aSeh) from our Human Resources Department has found accommodation for you, a 2-room flat. For any further information about this flat and about your stay in our town do not hesitate to contact her.  Best regards Shri Haroon Yusuf Human resources manager.    
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