Annales d'Anglais LV1 Série S au bac 2008
[...] Les citations seront limitées aux éléments pertinents et précédées de la mention de la ligne In what country does the scene take place ? Justify your answer by quoting from the text How many characters are present in the scene? Name them and say which one is the main character Give additional information about the main character (surname, nickname, family composition) Pick out two quotations to prove that the main character is about to leave The main character's destination is Kenya. Rewrite the following sentences using words from the text to complete them. Kenya is a country in . where . [...]
[...] “Already Fi answered. repellent?” asked Devi. yes.” Fi waved her hand as though shooing away a gnat a gesture that Chris and Devi couldn't see from the other room. “Should have kept my mouth she murmured. Early on in her research about Kenya, she'd discovered that the country's annual death toll from malaria was in the tens of thousands. She had pills; she had repellents; logically, she knew she'd be fine. Still, a figure that high jolted her. She became sloghtly obsessed and here's the rub discussed it with Chris and Devi. [...]
[...] and English are the two official languages. Nairobi is the capital while . is a smaller city How does the main character feel in the passage from line 19 to line 26 ? Give at least three reasons why the main character feels this way. (30 words) 7. Who was an inspiration for the main character to do something out of the ordinary ? Justify with a quotation Bac 2008 Série S LV1 Anglais Métropole http://sujetdebac.free.fr In what way was this personn an inspiration ? [...]
[...] Granala bars. “Have you been using he asked half-mockingly in the tone of a teacher. hate lists,” Fi said. He studied her a second. he said. what do you say, take a break?” c'mon, Fi. We don't want to down all your wine by ourselves,” Devi called from the living room, where an Enya CD played low. Pulling back her dark, frizzy hair and securing it with a clip, Fi moved to the living room and plopped onto the floor across from Devi, who sprawled2 in a long skirt on the couch. [...]
[...] Analyze what personal benefits the main character hopes to derive from this Kenyan experience. (30 words) II. EXPRESSION Choose subject or subject 2. Subject 1 : Write the letter the main character sends to a friend after living and working in Kenya for a few weeks. (150 words) One of the characters suggests that all that people in developing crountries want is “food and medicine” (l.55). To what extent do you agree ? (150 words) Subject 2 : Is it possible to comgine idealism with a professional career ? [...]
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