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Vous êtes ici : AccueilEXAMENSCorrection épreuve d’anglais au baccalauréat C. D. E et TI 2014
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C & D & E & TI
2014
Correction
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SECTION A : GRAMMAR

Exercise l:

a) laughing;
b) not to have;
c) would not have;
d) would walk;
e) hasn't he

Exercise 2:

a) crops would have rained
b) has been studying science
c) illness / illheath, she still came to work today
d) not to isolate the patient
e) were turned on by Francis

SECTION B: VOCABULARY

Exercice l:

a) live;
b) trainee;
c) aware;
d) panting;
e) conductors

Exercise 2:

2) sell - confidence;
3 laboratory - technician
4) team- mate;
5) household-chores
6) powerpoint - projector

Exercise 5:

a) productive;
b) transmitter;
c) technical;
d) scientist;
e) beautifully.

SECTION C : COMPREHENSION

l) The destruction of forests results in the extinction of some species of plant, insect or animal, every day.
2) The British Columbia government does not control the cutting at trees because logging provides jobs, profits, taxes for the government and cheap products at all kinds to the consumer.
3) Pulp and paper are important to Canada because Canada is one of the World's suppliers of wood pulp and newsprint paper.
4) Paper is used to make books (exercise books, text books)
5) Hemp was used to make the ropes and cables used on sailing ships.
6) A larger/greater quantity at paper would be produced when hemp is used than when trees are used.