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    CORRIGE/CORRECTION BEP/CAP 2008 ANGLAIS - TOUTES SECTIONS sauf Maintenance des équipements de contrôle des systèmes industriels - lundi 2 juin 2008

    THE NEW FOREST: relax-explore-enjoy
    The New Forest National Park is going green, with visitors given a host of innovative incentives (1) to leave their cars at home and take to the countryside on foot, bikes and even horseback, says Simon Heptinstall.

    Squirrels, butterflies and grazing ponies are not in the slightest bit afraid of bikes. I can report this fact after a beautiful sunny day's research pedalling through woodland tracks (2) in the lovely New Forest. I was experiencing a new type of day out in the New Forest.
    I'd arrived by train at Brockenhurst station, collected a hired (3) bike and rolled off on a traffic-free route through some of southern England's best countryside. It was a complete adventure without my car.

    It's all thanks to a pioneering project by New Forest authorities to make England's newest National Park into its greenest and cleanest destination.
    This summer's impressive ecotourism campaign includes many hotels and Bed and Breakfasts offering "car-free" discounts if you arrive by train. Many still arrive by car, of course, but reducing traffic will improve the quality of the visit for everyone.

    And over the years, the New Forest has remained a great area for car-free adventures, thanks to its network of paths (4) and tracks. There are now more than 150 miles of off-road gravel tracks for safe (5) family cycling and walking. And a 40 mph speed limit on roads has made it a calmer place to cycle and to protect the animals, which roam freely.
    Cycle hire companies throughout the New Forest can supply maps, advice and bikes.
    I found cycling the perfect way to explore the Forest in a peaceful, healthy and non-polluting way.


    http://www.southwesttrains.co.uk (adapted)



    Vocabulary help:
    1) a host of innovative incentives: de nombreuses bonnes raisons
    2) tracks: des pistes
    3) hired: loué, de location
    4) paths: des chemins
    5) safe: sûr, sans danger


    THE NEW FOREST.
    COMPREHENSION.
    I) Cochez la réponse qui convient. (1)
    The text is an extract from:
    a magazine
    a newspaper
    a website


    It is an article to promote

    a transport museum
    a national park
    pony trekking

    II) Complétez le tableau suivant

    Name of the park =
    Location =
    One activity =
    One animal =
    Nearest railway station =
    Speed limit in the park =

    III) Les affirmations suivantes sont-elles vraies (RIGHT) ou fausses (WRONG)? Justifiez votre réponse en recopiant le passage du texte qui a guidé votre choix.

    1) The New Forest's priority is to incite people to come by car.

    2) Tourists riding their bicycles frighten the animals of the park.

    3) Simon drove to the park.

    4) The New Forest Is one of the oldest British National Parks.

    5) You can get a discount if you come by car.

    6) You can get a bike on the site to visit the place.




    COMPETENCE LINGUISTIQUE

    I) Complétez ce dialogue entre Simon Heptinstall et l'un de ses collègues: (3)
    - Hi, Simon.
    - Hi, John.
    -................................................................. last weekend?
    - I went to the New Forest.
    - ..............................................................................?
    - No, by train.
    - ..............................................................................?
    - The train arrives every morning at 10.05.
    - What is it like there?
    - It is just great!


    II) Simon raconte son weekend à son ami. Utilisez le superlatif des adjectifs proposés pour exprimer son enthousiasme:

    Well, it was one of ............(good) weekends in my life! The site is ..................................(nice) I've ever seen. The New Forest is ............................... (peaceful) place I've ever been to.






    EXPRESSION ECRITE
    Etait fournie une brochure d'une page concernant The New Forest.

    Vous venez de découvrir sur internet le parc "The New Forest". Vous décidez de convaincre un(e) ami(e) de vous y accompagner. Rédigez EN ANGLAIS un paragraphe de 50 mots environ lui vantant l'intérêt du lieu et mentionnant les activités que vous pourriez y pratiquer. (4 points). <











    CORRECTION



    THE NEW FOREST.
    COMPREHENSION.
    I) Cochez la réponse qui convient. (1)
    The text is an extract from:
    a magazine
    a newspaper
    X a website


    It is an article to promote

    a transport museum
    X a national park
    pony trekking

    II) Complétez le tableau suivant

    Name of the park = The NEW FOREST
    Location = ENGLAND -
    One activity = cycling/walking
    One animal = squirrels, ponies
    Nearest railway station = Brockenhurst Station
    Speed limit in the park = 40 mph

    III) Les affirmations suivantes sont-elles vraies (RIGHT) ou fausses (WRONG)? Justifiez votre réponse en recopiant le passage du texte qui a guidé votre choix.

    1) The New Forest's priority is to incite people to come by car.
    W - The New Forest National Park is going green, with visitors given a host of innovative incentives (1) to leave their cars at home and take to the countryside on foot,

    2) Tourists riding their bicycles frighten the animals of the park.
    W - Squirrels, butterflies and grazing ponies are not in the slightest bit afraid of bikes.

    3) Simon drove to the park.
    W - I'd arrived by train at Brockenhurst station, collected a hired (3) bike and rolled off on a traffic-free route through some of southern England's best countryside.

    4) The New Forest Is one of the oldest British National Parks.
    W - a pioneering project

    5) You can get a discount if you come by car.
    W - many hotels and Bed and Breakfasts offering "car-free" discounts if you arrive by train. The New Forest National Park is going green, with visitors given a host of innovative incentives (1) to leave their cars at home and take to the countryside on foot, bikes and even horseback, says Simon Heptinstall.

    6) You can get a bike on the site to visit the place.
    R - Cycle hire companies throughout the New Forest ...




    COMPETENCE LINGUISTIQUE

    I) Complétez ce dialogue entre Simon Heptinstall et l'un de ses collègues: (3)
    - Hi, Simon.
    - Hi, John.
    - WHERE DID YOU GO TO / WHAT DID YOU DO last weekend?
    - I went to the New Forest.
    - DID YOU GO THERE BY CAR ?
    - No, by train.
    - WHAT TIME DOES THE TRAIN ARRIVE?
    - The train arrives every morning at 10.05.
    - What is it like there?
    - It is just great!


    II) Simon raconte son weekend à son ami. Utilisez le superlatif des adjectifs proposés pour exprimer son enthousiasme:

    Well, it was one of .THE BEST...........(good) weekends in my life! The site is ................THE NICEST..................(nice) I've ever seen. The New Forest is .......THE MOST PEACEFUL........................ (peaceful) place I've ever been to.






    EXPRESSION ECRITE
    Etait fournie une brochure d'une page concernant The New Forest.

    Vous venez de découvrir sur internet le parc "The New Forest". Vous décidez de convaincre un(e) ami(e) de vous y accompagner. Rédigez EN ANGLAIS un paragraphe de 50 mots environ lui vantant l'intérêt du lieu et mentionnant les activités que vous pourriez y pratiquer. (4 points). N'hésitez pas à visiter notre réseau de sites pour vous perfectionner gratuitement en anglais, espagnol, allemand, italien, néerlandais, français, mathématiques, culture générale.

    FIN DU CORRIGE BEP/CAP 2008 ANGLAIS - TOUTES SECTIONS

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