Test de positionnement Anglais – Lycée Test de positionnement Anglais – Lycée Nom Prénom Date de naissance Date de stage Indiquez-nous la classe suivie cette année Read the text message from John to Mary, fill in and conjugate the missing verbs in the correct order. Use each verb once only. TO BE / TO COME / TO COPE / TO LIKE / TO START / TO STUDY Hello Mary, I hope you with your exams. I always three days in advance to be sure to have good results. I would like to know when you free to study English with me. I studying on Wednesday if you are interested. By the way, Jenny also to study 3 days in advance so I suppose she too. Please let me know. John. Read the email from Michel to Kerry and choose the correct tense of the verb. Dear Kerry Last time I —Veuillez choisir une option—had gonehave gonewas goingwent to the CAREL I really enjoyed myself. I must admit before coming, I —Veuillez choisir une option—had beenhave beenwerewill be reluctant to spend my holidays studying. If only I —Veuillez choisir une option—had knowhave knownknewwas knowing better, I would have gone sooner. My results in English at school —Veuillez choisir une option—had improvedhave improvedimprovedwas improving since then. What's more is that I —Veuillez choisir une option—had methave metmetwas meeting so many friends at the CAREL, if only English classes —Veuillez choisir une option—had beenhas beenwaswere the same at school as at the CAREL. During my week at the CAREL we —Veuillez choisir une option—had learnthave learntlearntwere learning and —Veuillez choisir une option—hadhad havehavehaving fun at the same time. Once, while I —Veuillez choisir une option—didhad donehave donewas doing an exercise my teacher —Veuillez choisir une option—had toldhas toldtoldwas telling me to be more creative and let my imagination run free. I'll see you the next time you come to Royan for your holidays. Regards, Michel Choose the correct modal verb for every situation. 1) ‒ Would it be possible to talk to you right now? ‒ I'm sorry you will —Veuillez choisir une option—canhave tomustshould make an appointment. 2) ‒ I need your help to install this programme on my computer. ‒ I —Veuillez choisir une option—cancannotmaymust help you, I don't know how to do it. 3) —Veuillez choisir une option—CannotMayMustShould I speak to Tom please? 4) The teacher said we could do this for extra marks, but we —Veuillez choisir une option—cannotdon't have tomust notwill not do it. 5) You —Veuillez choisir une option—cannotdon't have tomust notwill not make any mistakes during your test. 6) —Veuillez choisir une option—Don't have toMust notShallWill not I invite Barry to the party? Read the text below and answer the questions which follow. PIRACY The salty air breeze upon your face, mixed with the smell of rum pulsing through your sweaty pores, the world seen through one eye and a faithful parrot, the only friend you can trust, as everybody else wants to grab hold of your hoard of stolen treasures: actually being a pirate today is less glorious than back in the old days when men longed for freedom from the land and its laws. The new ocean is now an even vaster place called the internet and the vessel, your very own personal computer. The treasure this time is not money, not gold, but music files, software and films, all downloadable from the internet. Subject In this article the author talks about the illegal downloading of music, software or film.This text refers to modern day Somalian pirates.The paragraph is taken from a novel about pirates from back in the old days.The advert tells us how to make money on the internet. The hoard The hoard is another word for a cave.The hoard can also be called a reserve.The hoard is a type of box.The hoard is a grave in which people are buried. 'The salty air breeze' The salty air breeze is often felt when riding on a train.The salty air breeze is associated with going on a road trip.The salty air breeze is definitely experienced when sailing on a ship.The salty air breeze makes people think of driving their car. You are on holiday. Write a postcard to your friend. Explain what you are doing at the moment and what you have done earlier in the week. What would you like to do in the future (job, etc.)? How will English help you in your future job?