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Soutien: Les pronoms: exercices

Thursday, 2 February 11:49 am

Pronoms possessifs, réfléchis et réciproques

Les corrections sont sous les exercices et la leçon est dans l’article précédent.

I-  Complétez les phrases suivantes à l’aide d’ un pronom possessif (le pronom personnel correspondant est précisé entre parenthèses) :

a-   Whose jacket is this ? It’s not ___________. (I)

b-   Are these John’s glasses? No, they’re not ________, they’re ________. (he+I)

c-   Leave these pencils alone, they’re not ________! (you)

d-   I brought my books but everyone else forgot ________. (they)

e-   I’m looking for Lucy’s and Simon’s bags. ________ is red and ________ is blue. (she+he)

f-    Their lawnmower ( = une tondeuse) is broken. We can lend them ________. (we)

II-  Complétez les phrases par un pronom réfléchi:

a-   Did you enjoy ____________ ?

b-   The sheep hurt ____________.

c-   I was left all by ____________.

d-   She sees ____________ as a rock star.

e-   It switches off ( = s’éteindre) by ____________.

f-    We managed to do it ____________.

g-   Now, they’ve found ____________ in an impossible situation.

h-   He regards ____________ as an expert.

III- Choisissez le pronom qui convient:

a-   Cats lick ( = lécher) (each other / themselves) clean.

b-   We’ve known (each other / ourselves) for a long time.

c-   She spends ages admiring (her / herself) in the mirror.

d-   They had an argument and no longer talk to (each other / themselves).

e-   They help (each other / themselves) by sharing (= partager) the work.

f-    You two keep repeating (yourself / yourselves / each other).

g-   Our cat and dog love (themselves / each other).

h-   The children splashed (= éclabousser) (themselves / one another).

CORRECTION:

I- Complétez les phrases suivantes par un pronom possessif (le pronom personnel correspondant est précisé entre parenthèses) :

a-   Whose jacket is this ? It’s not mine. (I)

b-   Are these John’s glasses? No, they’re not his, they’re mine. (he+I)

c-   Leave these pencils alone, they’re not yours! (you)

d-   I brought my books but everyone else forgot theirs. (they)

e-   I’m looking for Lucy’s and Simon’s bags. His is red and hers is blue. (she+he)

f-    Their lawnmower is broken. We can lend them ours. (we)

II-  Complétez les phrases par un pronom réfléchi:

a-   Did you enjoy yourself / yourselves ?

b-   The sheep hurt itself /themselves. (‘sheep’ est le singulier et le pluriel du mot ‘mouton’)

c-   I was left all by myself.

d-   She sees herself as a rock star.

e-   It switches off by itself.

f-    We managed to do it ourselves.

g-   Now, they’ve found themselves in an impossible situation.

h-   He regards himself as an expert.

III- Choisissez le pronom qui convient:

a-   Cats lick  themselves clean.

b-   We’ve known each other for a long time.

c-   She spends ages admiring  herself in the mirror.

d-   They had an argument and no longer talk to each other.

e-   They help each other by sharing the work.

f-    You two keep repeating  yourselves.

g-   Our cat and dog love each other.

h-   The children splashed  one another.

Soutien : Les différents pronoms et les adjectifs possessifs

Thursday, 2 February 11:48 am
Subject and Object Pronouns par Mr. Drum's Class Two

Photo credit: Mr Drum’s Class Two

Pronoms et adjectifs: complétez le tableau suivant: (la correction se trouve en dessous)

Pronoms personnels sujets

Pronoms personnels compléments

Adjectifs possessifs

Pronoms possessifs

Pronoms réfléchis*

I

you

he

she

it

we

you

they

Pronoms réciproques **:

CORRECTION:

Pronoms personnels sujets

Pronoms personnels compléments

Adjectifs possessifs

Pronoms possessifs

Pronoms réfléchis *

I

me

my

mine

myself

you

you

your

yours

yourself

he

him

his

his

himself

she

her

her

hers

herself

it

it

its

its

itself

we

us

our

ours

ourselves

you

you

your

yours

yourselves

they

them

their

theirs

themselves

Pronoms réciproques **: each other / one another

*Les pronoms réfléchis s’emploient quand le complément et le sujet désignent la même personne.

Exemple: I did it myself : je l’ai fait moi-même.

Did you hurt yourself? Est-ce que tu t’es fait mal?

** Les pronoms réciproques indiquent que les sujets réalisent la même action l’un envers l’autre. ‘Each other’ et ‘one another’ signifient ‘l’un l’autre’ , ‘les uns les autres’. ‘Each other’ s’utilise pour deux personnes et ‘one another’ pour plus de deux personnes (les anglophones font cependant de moins en moins la différence et ont tendance à utiliser plus fréquemment ‘each other’.)

Exemple: Mary and Sue are talking to each other: Mary et Sue sont en train de se parler (Mary parle à Sue et Sue parle à Mary).

Rob, John and Tom looked at one another: Rob, John et Tom se regardèrent.

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Vous pouvez m’envoyer les réponses aux questions de compréhension et / ou l’expression écrite dans le casier de collecte ou par mail sur l’ENT.

Je mettrai le corrigé officiel en ligne dans une semaine.

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http://www.sujetdebac.fr/annales-pdf/2013/s-es-l-anglais-lv1-2013-metropole-remplacement-sujet-officiel.pdf

Vous pouvez m’envoyer les réponses aux questions de compréhension et / ou l’expression écrite dans le casier de collecte ou par mail sur l’ENT.

Je mettrai le corrigé officiel en ligne dans une semaine.

Soutien: compréhension écrite: Tai-Chi

Friday, 27 January 03:51 pm
Tens of millions of people, both old and young, practice Tai Chi in China and Chinatowns all around the globe. Researchers have found that long term practice of Tai Chi has favourable effects on balance control, flexibility, cardiovascular fitness and also a reduced risk of falls in the elderly. Tai Chi routines are slow and do not involve the use of weights. This makes it especially ideal for the elderly. Studies by the Oregon Research Institute has shown that Tai Chi offers the greatest benefit to older men and women who are healthy but relatively inactive.

Improved cardiovascular and respiratory functions have been found in healthy subjects as well as those who have undergone coronary artery bypass surgery. Those who suffer from heart failure, high blood pressure, heart attacks, arthritis and multiple sclerosis have all benefited from Tai Chi.

A surprising fact about the slow and gentle low impact movements of Tai Chi is that is has been proven to burn more calories than surfing and skiing.

There are a variety of types in Tai Chi. Most of them begin with a series of controlled movements or forms. Some of the types have fanciful names like Grasping the Sparrow’s Tail or Repulse the Monkey. There are many books from which information may be sourced. There are also a growing number of recreational centres, health clubs and residential organisation who conduct Tai Chi sessions each day.Tai Chi is flexible in allowing participants to practice at their own pace. An added benefit is the enlarging of one’s social circle. The lack of urgency in the movements is of special appeal for the elderly. This also means that there is no risk of injuries to life, limb or creaky joints. Intense focus is combined with slow elegant movements that improve agility, strength and balance.

The actual benefit of following a routine of Tai Chi will only be evident after several months of continuous practice. But the enhanced health can translate into a whole new lifestyle. When people start to feel healthier and better, they naturally become more active in their daily life.

One expert in chronic disease prevention opines that a combination of Tai Chi and walking would be a good mix. The most promising fact about Tai Chi is that the practitioners enjoy performing it. This brings the promise of continuity and its long term benefits.

It is indeed easy to tell people to make exercise a part of their daily routine. What is difficult is telling them what to do in the name of exercise. There is a valid reason for this. People’s tastes differ. Some may like rigorous physical exertion that leaves them breathless and sweating heavily. Others may have reasons not to like this or not to be able to like this. One’s age and state of health are important factors. A healthy youngster may take up long distance running. An elderly or sickly person may not last running a long distance.

Tai Chi is perfect for almost everybody because it requires no heavy physical exertion, has no religious connotations and is proven to improve health when done on a regular basis. Further investigation into Tai Chi may throw up greater details, including the fact that there is nothing in it that may be considered controversial in any manner.

Answer the following questions using complete sentences
1. From paragraph 1, how popular is Tai Chi ?

 

2. (a) From paragraph 2, what are the effects of Tai Chi on people with cardiovascular and respiratory problems ?

(b) From paragraph 2, what was the effect of Tai Chi on persons who had had coronary artery bypass surgery ?

 

3. (a) From paragraph 5, what is the flexibility inherent in Tai Chi ?

(b) From paragraph 5, what are the two factors that make Tai Chi attractive to the elderly ?

 

4. (a) From paragraph 8, what are the important factors to be considered when planning an exercise regime ?

(b) From paragraph 8, mention the factors that make Tai Chi an ideal choice for everybody.

 

5. What is the special characteristic of Tai Chi that makes it ideal to improve ones health ?

Characteristic : ___________

Reason : ____________

 

6. Based on the passage, write a summary of :

• The importance of having an exercise regimen

• The superiority of Tai Chi as a choice of an exercise regimen

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