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PostSubject: B.EM Sample III   Wed 20 May - 14:23

Brevet d’Enseignement Moyen ( a suggested sample)

Matière: Anglais ( durée : 1h 30 )

Part 1 : ( 14 pts )

Read the text carefully then answer the questions .

When you eat , you should hold the knife firmly in one hand and the fork in the other .

You should cut your food with the knife . You should push the food onto your fork with the knife .You should put the
food into your mouth with the fork and not with the knife .

You must chew food very slowly . You must keep your mouth closed while chewing . You must never speak while you have food in your mouth . You mustn’t put too much food in your mouth at a time . You must take small bites only.

You should put the napkin on your lap . When you have finished eating , you should wipe your mouth with your napkin and place it neatly on the plate . You should put your knife and fork together on the plate . You shouldn’t put them on the table cloth .

( from “ On The Move” p: 23 , by S.A . Arab and B. Riche )

A – Reading Comprehension ( 07 pts )

a- Match each statement with the corresponding paragraph ( 05 pts )

I am eating
I have just finished eating
I am going to eat
b- Lexis : ( 02 pts )=

1- Find in the text words , phrases or expressions that are closest in meaning to the following .
to take = _____ to put =________

2- Find in the text words , phrases or expressions that are opposite in meaning to the following .
quickly =/= ______ separately =/=_________

B- Grammar ( 07 pts )
a- Turn into the negative form .
- People must smoke while eating .
- People should speak when drinking .
- Muslims can drink and eat during the day , in Ramadhan .
- the children start eating before their parents

b – Combine the following statements to make a new one . Use the linkers between brackets .
- The boy is very hungry . He must chew food very slowly . ( although )
- People will not put on weight . They go on a diet . ( if )


c- Pronunciation
- Read the text and pick out words that have the sounds / ai / and /ei /

/ ai /
/ ei /

Part 2 : ( 06 pts )
One of your classmates is very fat .He / She is suffering from over weight . You are very sensitive to his / her problem .
- Talk to him /her.
- Put down notes about what you’re going to suggest
as advice, .to help him / her lose weight .

- Write a leaflet containing recommendations for a healthy diet.
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PostSubject: Re: B.EM Sample III   Wed 20 May - 14:26

Criteria of evaluation





Partial Mastery

No Mastery


this criterion is achieved when the pupil’s
production goes in accordance with the prescribed task.

The pupil does the work according to the instruction using the appropriate vocabulary





2-syntactic coherence:

this criterion is achieved when the pupil’s
production respects the grammar rules and conventions set in the syllabus

Word order is correct. Sentences show correct

The pupil writes/uses grammar appropriately
within the situation of communication.





3-Semantic coherence:

this criterion is achieved when the pupil’s
production is meaningful and related to the situation of communication

The sentences written or produced by the pupil deal the same subject matter. The pupil shows a logical development and uses cohesive devices




*The Perfection criterion is to be introduced by the academic year 2008.
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PostSubject: Re: B.EM Sample III   Thu 21 May - 17:31

The fact of sharing a document means a lot. Thank you Mr. Hud
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