Epreuves corrigées d'Anglais

Bepc/Probatoire/Bac

SUJETS CORRIGES D'ANGLAIS

PROBATOIRE 2012

SECTION A: GRAMMAR (10 marks)

I - Complete these sentences with the appropriate words of your own (5 marks)

a) Emilia loves Linda because she is as innocent. as a lamb (ici, il y a un indice dans cette phrase as; il s'agit alors d'un comparatif d'égalité)

b) Never try to get out of the train while it is moving (dans ce cas, comme le verbe est à la forme ING, on utilise while (pendant que)

c) Though/Although the weather was cold, they still went out for a picnic (Il s'agit ici d'une opposition, d'un contraste car malgré le mauvais temps ils sont sortis.

d) Paris is the nicest city in the world that i have ever visited (ici que j'ai jamais visité on utilise ever avec le present perfect pour parler des expériences de la vie)

e) The distinguished looking man whom/who you met at lunch is our marketing expert (ici, on utilise whom (que) pronom relatif complément who -qui) peut aussi être accepté.

II- Complete the following sentences with appropriate words chosen from the brackets

a) I did my assignment myself, nobody helped me (itself, me, myself) Dans ce cas, on choisit le pronom réfléchi Myself à cause des indices:   i, my

b) If you had run faster, you would have won the race (were running, would run, had run) Il s'agit du 3rd conditional (présence de if et de Would have won qui sont des indices du conditional 3)  d'où Had run

c) She had the worst mark in English (bad, worst, worse) ici, superlatif d'infériorité irrégulier (présence de "the" d'où Worst)

d) Suhe is very intelligent although she is impolite to her teachers (so, although, because) ici because car on a une sorte d'opposition, de contraste (en dépit de son intelligence, elle est très impoli.

e) Nobody heard him when he was crying in the pit (Anyone, Nobody, Every).

SECTION B: VOCABULARY (10 MARKS)

I- Fill in the blanks spaces with the correct word chosen from the following list (5marks)

List of words: murder, weather, bride price, remains, prize) Nous avons souligné quelques indices dans les phrases

1- Last week, the weather was extremely bad.

2- In many villages of our country marriage is accepted only after a bride price has been paid.

3- He won a prize for poultry two years ago.

4- The remains of the old man will be buried next saturday.

5- The criminal was found guilty of murder.

 II- Complete the following sentences with words chosen from the brackets (5 marks)

1- Corruption is likely to cause his downfall (downfall, downcast, falldown) downfall= perte, chute

2- We must never tell lies (tell,say, speak)

3- If you want a book, go to the next bookshop (market, library, bookshop) bookshop= librairie, Library= Bibliothèque

4- The boy is looking for his pen that was lost (looking for, searching, look after) look for= chercher, look after= s'occuper

5- Biyo lent me his book (borrowed, lent, loan) lent= emprunter, borrow= prêter, loan= prêt


PROBATOIRE 2013

SECTION A:GRAMMAR (10 marks)

1- Compete each sentence with the correct item from the brackets (5 marks)

a- Jimmy washes (wash, washing, washes) his dresses and studies (studying, studies, study) his lessons every week end. (Dans cette phrase, on a un indicateur du simple present: every week end. Il s'agit alors des actions habituelles, ce que Jimmy fait chaque fois. De plus on a Jimmy qu'on peut remplacer par ''He'' d'où ces terminaisons)

b- If i were (was, were, am) rich, i would buy (will buy, would buy, would have bought) a car. (Dans cette phrase, on utilise le 2nd conditional car il s'agit d'un souhait, d'un voeux. C'est pourquoi malgré I, on utilise were à la place de was. Beyonce If i were a boy....)

c- When Peter was (is, were, was) young, he used to (uses to, used to, was used to) to celebrate his birthday. (Ici, il s'agit d'un passé révolu d'où When Peter was... et comme il ne célèbres plus ses anniversaires, on utilise used to comme Baby i used to love)

d- Tom and Dick are (is, are, am) twins but people say Dick is the more handsome (most handsome, more handsome, handsomer) person (Ici on utilise more handsome parce qu'en Anglais, lorsqu'on compare deux personnes - Tom & Dick- dans ce cas, on utilise le comparatif de supériorité -malgré la présence de l'article The qui induit le superlatif- là où le Français utilise le superlatif.

e- Everybody has (has, had, have) written the Probatoire examination in my class, haven't they? (Have they, haven't they, hasn't they?) (Dans ce cas, on utilise has pour la première réponse, mais haven't they pour la 2e car les tournures avec every, any, some (body, one) forment leur tag question au pluriel, dans ce cas, haven't.

2- Rewrite the following sentences as started for you. Do not change the sense of any sentence. (5 marks)

a) ''I have lost my keys and i cannot open the door'' Jack said. Jack said that ''He had lost his keys and he couldn't open the door'' Il s'agit ici du reported or indirect speech, ce qui implique des changements au niveau des verbes et pronoms personnels (Les éléments à changer ont été soulignés).

b)Yaounde is my place of birth. I was born in Yaounde. Il s'agit dans ce cas de changer le nom en verbe (birth= born)

c) Affizie was intelligent but he failed the Probatoire examination. In spite of his intelligence, Affizie failed the Probatoire examination. In spite of the fact that Affizie was intelligent, he failed his examination. Dans cette phrase on commence par In spite of. Or après ce mot de liaison on utilise un nom au lieu du verbe comme c'est le cas avec although.

d) I advise you to see the doctor immediately. If i were you, i would see the doctor immediately. On donne dans ce cas un conseil et on veut se mettre à la place de l'autre sans être lui, d'où l'emploi du second conditional et de were à la place de was comme deja signalé plus haut.

e) I have got nothing to do now. I haven't got anything to do now.

a) If i pass my axamination this year, i will be very happy (1st conditional If + present= future)

SECTION B: VOCABULARY (10 Marks)

1- Use the words from the box to complete the expressions in the following sentences (5marks)

Slaughter, lender, breaking, digger, wizard

a) Any girl who fights to marry rich people is a gold digger.

b) The killing of one's self can also be called self  slaughter.

c) Pa Fokou is a big money lender.

d) If he knows everything about computers then he is a computer wizard.

e) Some years ago, Cameroonians got a breaking knews of the death of the first President.

2- Provide synonyms for the underlined words and write your answers in the spaces provided

1) Most wealthy people are arrogant rich, well- to- do, properous, well- off

2) 11th of February is an annual event: yearly

3) The groom looked smart at the wedding: Bridegroom, young man, husband - to - be, boy.

4- Françoise Mbango is a great laureate:   winner, champion, victor

3- Fill in the blanks with appropriate words of yours to make  meaningful paragraph

All african families desire children and the arrival of a child/baby/new born (a) in African families is a great event/feast/occasion (b). It is celebrated with  joy/happiness  (c).. and pomp and pageantry(d). Special rituals/ rites/ customs/dances  (e) are performed by the head of the family and the child may be given a thousand and one names by almost all the family relatives/members/friends (f).

PROBATOIRE 2016

SECTION A : GRAMMAR

A. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence. Write in the space provided. You may make other changes you find necessary.

1. The training course takes three years.

It's a three years training course.

2. Without is father's help, we wouldn't have got the job

If his father hadn't helped him, he wouldn't have got the job. (ici, utilisation du 3rd conditional)

3. Don't eat uncooked food.

Avoid eating uncooked food. (Après avoid, enjoy, like, stop etc. le verbe qui suit est à la forme ING)

4. Although we had the map we got lost.

Despite the fact that we have/had a map,  (Despite having a map), we still got lost. (Utilisation de despite + noun alors que although + verbe conjugué)

5- Ngando hasn't got as much experience as Ndedi

Ndedi has got more experience  (or is more experienced) than Ngando. (Comparatif de supériorité)

COLUMN A COLUMN B
1. It's taken me a year to save up a. for letting him escape
2. They will pay... b. for it in enthsiasm and charm
3. You'll never know how very much i longed ...... c. for 5000 CFA each
4. He wasn't very handsome, but he made up..... d. for my bike
5. His paintings sell.... e. for us to be friends

 

1.It's taken me a year to save up for my bike (1-d)

2. They will pay for letting him to escape (2- a)

3- You'll never know how much i longed for us to be friends (3- e)

4- He wasn't very handsome, but he made up for it in inthusiasm and charm (4-b)

5- He paintings sell for 5000 CFA each. (5- c)

SECTION B: VOCABULARY

A. Complete the following sentences with appropriate words or expressions from the brackets.

1. What dress are you going to  wear to the party (wear, get dressed, try on, put) Clue to wear a dress.

2. What time does the 545 train from Ngaoundere get to Yaounde (reach, get, come, arrive) Clue (to get to but arrive at)

3. You can look up the number in the phone directory (index, dictionary, directory, register) Clue repertoire en anglais.

4. Janet has a good job. I'm sure she earns over five hindred thousand francs (gains, earns, receives, wins) Clue earn (gagner de l'argent. 

5. Make sure you use your time sensibly. Don't waste it. (spend, pass, lose, waste) Clue : to waste time, perdre son temps.

B. Write the appropriate form of the word in brackets in the space provided.

1. Membership of the English Club is open to everybody (member) clue les mots renvoyant au groupe se forment avec le suffixe ship dans la plupart des cas (partnership ex.)

2. The internet can enable people coommunicate with those who are thousands of kilometres away (able) verb to enable.

3. The Manager asked his secretary to computerize the data (computer) Clue, verb to computerize.

4. Nina accidentally set their house on fire while playing fire (accident) Clue ici adverbe d'où suffixe - ally.

5. One of the attractions of Cameroon is the Buea Mountain (attract) Clue ici il fallait former un nom d'où - ion)

C. Match a word in column A with a word in column B to form compound words. Write in the space provided. Use each item only once.

Column A           Column B            

1. Mouse             a) Brush

2. Travel             b) ache

3. Hair                c) tray

4. Ash                 d) pad

5. Tooth                 e) agency

Mouse pad (1.a); Travel agency (2.e); Hair brush (3.a); Ash tray (4.c) Tooth ache (5.b)

 

PROBATOIRE 2017

BEPC  2013

SECTION A : GRAMMAR

I- Choose from the brackets the word, phrase or verb that best compltes each sentence.

1- Abdou has been living in Maroua for ten years (ago, since, for) Ici, on utilise for car il y a une idée de durée, de temps mis.

2- After doing his homework, the boy went to bed (did, done, doing) on utlise le verbe à la forme ''ing'' après after, before.

3- Stay out until i tell you to come back (until, as, for). Until car il y a ici, une idée de durée surtout avec stay out.

4- Marry is happy her father bought a nice car (its, her, his) On utilise her car en Anglais on tient compte du possesseur et non de la chose possedée.

5- Tom sleeps in class while his teacher is teaching (when while, during) Ici, on utilise while car il intrdoduit la forme progressive : is  teaching.

II- Match each phrase from column B to the part it agrees with column A. Copy out the correct sentences in the spaces provided below. Nous avons souligné des indices qui peuvent vous aider.

Column A                                                                                Column B  

1- Amina will not succeed                         a- gave me a reward                     

2- The student went to school                   b- It was hot and feverish

3- The man whose wallet i found                c- where many tourists spend their holidays

4-The Doctor touched his forehead             d- although he was ill

5-This is the small town                                   e- unless she works hard.

 

1- Amina will not succeed unless she works hard.

2- The student went to school although he was ill

3- The man whose wallet i found gave me a reward

4- The Doctor touched his forehead, it was hot and feverish

5- This the small town where many tourists spend their holidays

SECTION B: VOCABULARY.

I- Choose the appropriate words from the list below to complete the passage.

Consult, malaria, healthy, fight, examining, neat, hospital, prescribe, mosquitoes.

To fight against malaria, we must first of all eliminate all mosquitoes.This can be done by keeping our surrounding neat and avoiding standing water. However, if after all these, we end up with malaria; we need to consult a doctor in a proper hospital. After examining us, he will prescribe some medications that will make us healthy again.

II- Circle the word in which the underlinde sound is pronounced differently

a) Chalk     Machine    Cheese

b) Thin       Then       Though

c) Gentle     Good       Gesture

d) Even       Egg         Elephant

e) Honey     Head        Honour

III- Write the opposite of the underlined word.

a) Louis Braille would not have died happy if the Paris institute had adopted his system: sad, unhappy

b) The teacher will offer the prize to the loser: winner.

c) You should chew your food fast and well: slow.

d) We could not regret good marks because the exercise was too easy: difficult, strong, uneasy.

e) He did not come on time. He was : late

BEPC 2016

SECTION A: GRAMMAR

1. Fill in the blank spaces by choosing the most appropriate word or phrase from the brackets

a) I met John eating an apple while i was going to the hospital (then, while, which) Clue ici while (au moment où) car présence du verbe à la forme progressive

b) Some christians condemn others when they commit worst sins in the world (the bad, worse, worst) Clue ici, utilisation du superlatif.

c) Our teacher has been teaching us for ten years (for, since, during) Clue ici for car il s'agit de la durée écoulée.depuis le début de l'action

d) It has not been raining since December (for, since, during) Clue, ici, début ou point de départ d'une action

e) Stop arguing please, the head master had arrived when your message came (has arrived, had arrived, have arrived) Clue ici had arrived (past perfect) car il y'a une autre action au simple past tense. Dans ce cas, quand on a deux actions du passé, la première à s'être produite est au past perfect et la deuxième au simple past.

2. Form tag-questions from the following sentences

a) You can see God. --- Can't You?

b) John came late to school.--- Didn't he? (Clue quand on n'a pas un verbe auxiliaire, un modal, on utilise "do" et celui s'accorde en genre, en nombre et en fonction du temps du verbe de la phrase)

c) "I had many difficulties last year" said the prince. RP: The prince said that "He had had many difficulties the year before" (Clue RP: past tense devient past perfect et last year devient the year before).

d) The students said "Our Discipline Masters treat us badly" RP The students said that "Their Discipline masters treated them badly"

e) Join the two sentences below without changing the meaning: This pen belongs to someone. Who is it? --- To whom does this pen belongs?

BACCALAUREAT 2016

SECTION: GRAMMAR

1) Join each pair of sentences by completing the ones started for you. Make the necessary changes where needed.

a) I studied very hard. I still failed the exams.

No matter the fact that i studied (or had studied hard) i still failed the exams.

b) The rain was heavy. The boys played the match

In spite of the heavy rain, the boys played the match

c) His wife is violent. He abandoned his home

Tired of his violent wife (or the violence of his wife), he abandoned the house

d) The farmers did not plant the crops. The rains returned in October.

Until the rains returned in October (or the returnal of the rain), the farmers will not plant the crops

e) Tabi had left the village. Peter arrived at Tabi's village

By the time Tabi leaves (or left) the village, Peter will have arrived (or would have arrived) at Tabi's village

MIXED EXERCISES

Choose the correct answer or complete with a word of your own

  1. Bih runs………………….than Salimatou. She always out passes her.
  2. My performance in the examination was excellent………………………it?
  3. He went out to fetch water……………………….his poor health.
  4. You will fail your exam …………….you don’t study hard.
  5. Since the prime minister came to power, he has been fighting hard………………..corruption
  6. The man (whose, who, which)………………………taps these palms had an accident yesterday
  7. The noise (on, under, from, for)…………………..the factory disturbs our work.
  8. We had finished eating the food when the guests……………………………..(had arrived, arrived, arriving, having arrived, have arrived)
  9. The children were very tired…………………………the love of their country kept them going on (and, so, but, as, while)
  10. Had it not been for the intervention of forces of law order, the administrators ………………………………………people from going to work (to prevent)
  11. When we arrived at Mr Zambo’s , his wife told us that he………………………………for Buea an hour before (leave)
  12. Our Geography teacher taught us that the moon (to revolve)…………………………………..round the Earth.
  13. When I went to my village, I saw many changes: for examples many school (to build)…………………………………………………
  14. John went to USA this morning. By this time tomorrow, he (to arrive)………………………………………Washington DC.
  15. Parents should take an active part in children’s education……………………….should teachers (so, neither, nor)
  16. The player (whose, whom, which)……………………leg was broken was taken to hospital.
  17. Many people in our cities……………………………walking to work because of poverty. (are used to, used to, used)
  18. I know everyone here, let me ……………………………the introduction (made, make, to make)
  19. Students in………………………….school live, eat and study on campus ( town, villages, boarding, rural, private)
  20. If you want to buy a book, go to the …………………………(school, shop, library, bookshop, market)
  21. I always feel better when I put on my………………………..for the festival (tonic, tunic, style, wear)
  22. John has lost his…………………..so he can’t see (side, sight, sites)
  23. Despite all that I told him, he was still not convinced (form a noun)………………………………………..
  24. Our team is quite formidable and strong (form noun)………………………….
  25. The child jumped from a height of seven meters and sustained an injury (form an adjective)……………………………..
  26. He has a temporary post in the company (opposite)………………………….
  27. When I arrived home, they (already/go)…………………………………………….
  28. It’s no use ……………………………..a child too much because he is stubborn (beat)
  29. The dentist made the patient ………………………his mouth to extract his tooth (open)
  30. I would have spent all my money in that car if I (to buy)…………………………it
  31. Amina had an accident when she (drive)………………………………….to work
  32. The school regulation doesn’t allow ………………………………at school (smoking)
  33. The police found finally the ……………………………..child (miss)
  34. Letters ……………………..to all the members of the club yesterday (send)
  35. I (work)…………………………here since last summer
  36. That’s a lovely meal, I wish ………………………..enough (not/eat)
  37. Slow down …………………………………..we’ll have an accident
  38. This car is neither cheap……………….comfortable
  39. When I was young, I ………………………………run very fast
  40. Children can’t go in the forest ……………………………they’re with an adult.
  41. Who is responsible………………….this task?
  42. This meal is the best I’ve ………………………..eaten (always, never, ever)
  43. I’ve never seen ……………………a silly boy (such, so, that)
  44. My mother and …………….went to the market yesterday (me, my, i)
  45. Talo said that he………………..travel the following days (will, shall, would)
  46. Mercedes is ………………..more expensive than a starlet (most, much, more)
  47. Alice arrived at the cinema when the film …………………………..(already/begin)
  48. ………………………….wells in the vicinity of grave yards is far from advisable (dig)
  49. We…………………………………the intensive session at this moment (write)
  50. Had I known the answer, I …………………………………………….you (tell)
  51. There’s been an increase ……………….road accidents recently (of, an, in, with)
  52. No sooner had I arrived ……………………it started to rain (that, when than, at)
  53. Many children appeared…………………………and extremely tired (intimidating, intimidated, intimidate, intimidation)
  54. I’m quite sure that I didn’t see ………………………..in the classroom last day (no one, anyone, nobody, nothing)
  55. Listen! The children ……………………………………………….by their father. Some of them are crying. (are beating, are being beaten, have been beating)
  56. Angelina scarcely ever scores full marks in examination. (frequently, promptly, seldom, often, perpetually)
  57. Will you please put out that light? (turn down, turn away, turn on, turn off)
  58. This old man is one who loves money and hates to spend it (cheat, spendthrift, craftsman benefactor, a miser)
  59. This secretary is head and shoulder above the previous one in efficiency (prettier than, taller than, better than older than worse than)

46 votes. Moyenne 2.83 sur 5.

Commentaires (4)

1. hgeo (site web) dimanche, 30 Avril 2017

Merci et prière de faire partager le site aux élèves

2. hgeo (site web) samedi, 29 Avril 2017

Merci pour votre soutien. prière de faire partager le site aux élèves

3. djeuyong fapo virgile mardi, 25 Avril 2017

merci pour ce travail énorme vraiment beaucoup de courage
je suis enseignant d'anglais et je réside à Dschang.
merci et beaucoup de courage

4. Lasséni (site web) mardi, 08 Avril 2014

ça m’intéresse vivement en tant que professeur.

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