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ESSAI NIVEAU 1 - CORRIGE INTEGRAL (Module 1/1)
Attention ! Noter qu’en raison des contraintes techniques de transfert de logiciel, la
présentation des essais n’est pas aussi confortable que celle des livrets Intellangues (les sauts
de lignes, tabulations, et marges ne correspondent pas toujours au format de l’édition
papier).
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- Pat’s brother doesn’t live here. Why does she want me to phone from Cork ? (”Vouloir que” implique le
pronom complément + l’infinitif avec “to”). He’s coming at 7.30 p.m. (Situation ponctuelle = forme
progressive).
- We meet them on Friday evening(s). (Habitude). Are you going to Leeds this week ? (Situation ponctuelle =
forme progressive). I must phone/call my aunt. (I have to phone/call my aunt).
- Are they working together this morning ? (Situation ponctuelle = forme progressive). Helen says she can’t
leave before 10 (o’clock). (Pas de forme progressive avec “say” ou “can”). Where are you going ? (Situation
ponctuelle = forme progressive).
- His father wants him to wash the Rover in the Scotts’ garden. (”Vouloir que” implique le pronom complément
+ l’infinitif avec “to”). What time do you prefer to have lunch/breakfast ? (Forme progressive impossible avec
“want” ou “prefer”).
- Their daughters are with them in Boston. They haven’t got our address. (They don’t have our address). I prefer
to watch TV with you. (Forme progressive impossible avec “want” ou “prefer”).
- I think Johanna is doing her homework in her room. (Situation ponctuelle = forme progressive). When can I
phone your parents-in-law ?
- He doesn’t like Jack’s new house. Do you know this/that woman ? Can I use the bathroom ?
- Does Diana have a brother ? (Has Diana got a brother ?) Mrs Matthews wants to meet us before having lunch
with her children. (Before + verbe = “ing”).
- Why do you want me to phone William after dinner ? (”Vouloir que” implique le pronom complément +
l’infinitif avec “to”). I don’t think my sister knows you. (La négation se place toujours sur “think”).
- I don’t work with these people. Are your parents in Hull ? What’s your father doing this weekend ? (Situation
ponctuelle = forme progressive).
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- What’s your friend’s name ? Jane says her husband can’t buy our flat. (Pas de forme progressive avec “say” ou
“can”).
- Why do you want to know their address ? What does she want to do on Wednesday ? I think they’re in Denver.
- Are there many cars in Pat’s garden ? (”A lot of” ou “lots of” sont réservés pour l’affirmatif). How old is your
sister-in-law ? Where can I get dressed ? (Pas de forme progressive avec “can” ou “must”)
- I don’t know where Mr. Smith works. (Le second verbe d’une phrase n’est jamais sous forme interrogative).
These girls
aren’t Audrey’s friends. Do you know where they are ? (Même remarque).
- I like to have breakfast in this room. How many children have they got ? (How many children do they have ?)
Who’s coming
tonight ? (Situation ponctuelle = forme progressive).
- My phone number is Liverpool two-five -five-four-eight-five. Why does your wife prefer to live in Watford ?
(Pas de forme progressive avec “prefer”,”want”, ou “like’”).
- What time do you go to work every morning ? (Habitude). I don’t think they can come before Tuesday
morning. (La négation se place toujours sur “think”).
- We usually meet at 6.30 p.m. (six-thirty p.m.) (”Usually” se place juste devant le verbe sauf avec “be”). Liz
knows I’m at your parents-in-law’s, doesn’t she ? (Pas de forme progressive avec “know”).
- I’m cleaning my children’s bedroom. (Situation ponctuelle = forme progressive). I must tell them why you
aren’t coming. (I have to tell them why you aren’t coming). (Pas de forme progressive avec “must” ou “can”).
- When do you want to leave ? I think she prefers to have a shower before meeting your friends. (”Before” +
verbe = “ing”). (Pas de forme progressive avec “want” ou “prefer”).
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- He doesn’t know who you are. (Le second verbe d’une phrase n’est jamais à l’interrogatif). Where do you
prefer to sleep tonight ? This cupboard is Bob’s. Have they got their car ? (Do they have their car ?)
- How does your son know our address ? She doesn’t clean this/that room every day, does she ? (Habitude).
- Miss Fox says she’s got three nieces (she has three nieces). This/That young man is one of my nephews. What
are you reading this week ? (Situation ponctuelle = forme progressive).
- How many books are there on Linda’s shelf ? There aren’t many people for your wedding. (”A lot of” ou “lots
of” sont réservés pour l’affirmatif).
- Does she live with your friend ? (Habitude). I know why they want to meet you before leaving Brighton.
(”Before” + verbe = “ing”). (Pas de forme progressive avec “know” ou “want”).
- Can I play with the children after the meal ? These chairs and tables are for Sally’s wedding. (”And” dispense
de répéter
“these”).
- What are you doing this afternoon ? (Situation ponctuelle = forme progressive). Who do you prefer to work
with ? I don’t think it/this/that is your cupboard. (La négation doit toujours se placer sur “think”).
- What can I have for breakfast ? (Pas d’article devant les noms de repas). Who must you phone/call ? (Who do
you have to phone/call ?) What’s this/that boy’s name ?
- Helen says she doesn’t know where Jack is. (Le second verbe d’une phrase n’est jamais à l’interrogatif). Why
are they with
her ? My brother isn’t very old.
- Where do they have lunch on Thursday(s) ? (Habitude). How do you know the Wilsons aren’t coming to Leeds
this week ? (Situation ponctuelle = forme progressive).
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