GRAMMAIRE UE201- SUJET SESSION 2 JUIN 2008
Un corrigé est donné à la suite ; c’est un document de travail qui donne les réponses les
plus évidentes ; à la correction, nous sommes amenés parfois à accepter également
d’autres réponses.
L’exercice A (lexique) n’étant plus au programme, n’est pas donné ici.
II- Reformulez les phrases suivantes en utilisant pour chacune (a) ago; (b) for ; (c) since (9 pts)
1. He got married in January.
(a) ______________________________________________
(b)_______________________________________________
(c) ______________________________________________
2. He moved to Paris in 2006.
(a) ______________________________________________
(b)_______________________________________________
(c) ______________________________________________
3. I last went to England in 2002.
(a) ______________________________________________
(b)_______________________________________________
(c) ______________________________________________
III. Entourez la lettre correspondant à la seule solution qui convient dans le contexte donné.
Ne rien écrire, ne rien barrer (10 points).
1) This actor … be more careful with the way he behaves in public.
A) can / B) ought to / C) will / D) may
2) … help you madam? Those bags seem heavy.
A) Am I to / B) need I/ C) may I / D) will I
3) I don’t really know whether they … come or not at our wedding.
A) shall / B) will / C) need / D) must
4) Polly… be good at maths if she wants to become an engineer.
A) might / B) has to / C) could / D) may
5) I wish you … help him improve his accent.
A) should / B) needed / C) might / D) would
6) Sheila ... have thought you were having an affair with Mike when she saw you at the cinema.
A) shall / B) has to / C) may / D) is to
7) I’m not what you … call a handy man.
A) must / B) may / C) can / D) should
8) … you hear what I was saying?
A) Should / B) Could / C) Would / D) Might
9) He was …. smoke inside the Roundhouse; it is not against the rules.
A) able to / B) have / C) needed / D) allowed to
10) Nancy …. keep talking unless you tell her to shut up.
A) shall / B) will / C) must / D) has to
IV. Mettre au passif. Dans certains cas, deux constructions sont possibles. Donnez-les (omettre
le complément d'agent lorsqu'il n'est pas indispensable) (8 pts)
1. People do not expect the shows to be rescheduled.
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2. They are currently installing their in-flight WiFi service onto multiple planes.
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3. They claim to have discovered a cure for the disease.
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4. You shouldn’t speak to him.
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5. They made him lose his temper.
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V - Temps et aspect: compléter avec le verbe suggéré à la forme appropriée (12 points, -1 par
erreur).
1) "I can't believe you're so late. What __________________ (you, do)? "
"I __________________ (paint) the room and I __________________ (not/ finish) yet."
2) I won't let you go until you __________________ (tell) me the truth.
3) Why you __________________ (walk) to work this week? __________________ (you/have) a
problem with the car?
4) We __________________ (visit) our parents next week-end. It is time we __________________
(pay) them a visit since we __________________ (not, see) them since last Christmas.
5) We __________________ (go) to the pictures last night. We __________________ (manage)
to understand the movie because we __________________ (read) the book.
PROPOSITION DE CORRIGE
II- Reformulez les phrases suivantes en utilisant pour chacune (a) ago; (b) for ; (c) since (9 pts)
1. He got married in January.
(a) He got married 4/5 months ago.
(b) He’s been married for 4/5 months.
(c) He’s been married since January.
It’s 2 years since (Br. Eng) / it’s been 2 years since (Am Eng.) he got married
2. He moved to Paris in 2006.
(a) He moved to Paris two years ago.
(b) He’s been living in Paris for two years.
(c) He’s been living in Paris since 2006.
It’s 4 years since (Br. Eng) / it’s been 4 years since (Am Eng.) he moved
3. I last went to England in 2002.
(a) I last went to England six years ago.
(b) I haven’t been to England for six years
(c) I haven’t been to England since 2002
It’s 6 years since (Br. Eng) / it’s been 6 years since (Am Eng.) I last went
III. Entourez la lettre correspondant à la seule solution qui convient dans le contexte donné.
Ne rien écrire, ne rien barrer (10 points).
1) This actor … be more careful with the way he behaves in public.
A) can / B) ought to / C) will / D) may
2) … help you madam? Those bags seem heavy.
A) Am I to / B) need I/ C) may I / D) will I
3) I don’t really know whether they … come or not at our wedding.
A) shall / B) will / C) need / D) must
4) Polly… be good at maths if she wants to become an engineer.
A) might / B) has to / C) could / D) may
5) I wish you … help him improve his accent.
A) should / B) needed / C) might / D) would
6) Sheila ... have thought you were having an affair with Mike when she saw you at the cinema.
A) shall / B) has to / C) may / D) is to
7) I’m not what you … call a handy man.
A) must / B) may / C) can / D) should
8) … you hear what I was saying?
A) Should / B) Could / C) Would / D) Might
9) He was …. smoke inside the Roundhouse; it is not against the rules.
A) able to / B) have / C) needed / D) allowed to
10) Nancy …. keep talking unless you tell her to shut up.
A) shall / B) will / C) must / D) has to
IV. Mettre au passif. Dans certains cas, deux constructions sont possibles. Donnez-les (omettre
le complément d'agent lorsqu'il n'est pas indispensable) (8 pts)
1. People do not expect the shows to be rescheduled.
The shows are not expected to be rescheduled.
It is not expected that the shows will be rescheduled.
2. They are currently installing their in-flight WiFi service onto multiple planes.
Their in-flight WiFi service is currently being installed onto multiple planes.
3. They claim to have discovered a cure for the disease.
It is claimed that a cure for the disease has been discovered.
A cure for the disease is claimed to have been discovered.
4. You shouldn’t speak to him.
He shouldn’t be spoken to.
5. They made him lose his temper
He was made to lose his temper.
V - Temps et aspect: compléter avec le verbe suggéré à la forme appropriée (12 points, -1 par
erreur).
1) "I can't believe you're so late. What have you been doing / have you done (you, do)? "
"I have been painting (paint) the room and I haven’t finished (not/ finish) yet."
2) I won't let you go until you have told (tell) me the truth.
3) Why you are you walking (walk) to work this week? Do you have (you/have) a problem with the
car?
4) We’re visiting (visit) our parents next week-end. It is time we paid (pay) them a visit since we
haven’t seen (not, see) them since last Christmas.
5) We went (go) to the pictures last night. We managed (manage) to understand the movie
because we had read (read) the book.
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Exercice: Entourez la lettre correspondant à la seule