Corrigé de LV1 Anglais du Bac STMG 2018

Corrigé de LV1 Anglais du Bac STMG 2018

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Corrigé de LV1 Anglais du Bac STMG 2018

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Ce sujet traitait de la notion Espaces et Échanges.

Les deux documents soulignaient la difficulté de communication qui peut parfois être éprouvée lorsque l’on parle avec un accent plutôt marqué. Le sujet de l’immigration est également abordé car dans ces textes, nous avons des personnes qui ont quitté leur pays d’origine afin de s’installer aux États-Unis et par conséquent parlent une autre langue. L’espagnol est par ailleurs une langue avec des sons si différents de l’anglais que l'accent qui en résulte ne passe pratiquement jamais inaperçu.

Compréhension écrite


1- Speaking with an accent

2- Identity

B. Perla Nation is Pablo Perez’s daughter. Her father comes from Mexico, like Diego Luna who is the actor playing the role of Captain Cassian Andor in the 2016 Star Wars movie.

C. True or false?

1) False. “He (Pablo) was by no means a fan of the saga” (l- 2)

2) True. “It wasn’t just that a Mexican was on screen, or even that an actor was speaking in a Mexican accent” (l-19/20)

3) True. “Still, her father has always been self-conscious about his accent, and insists on speaking Spanish at home, even though he is fluent in English” (l- 26/27)

D. Perla wanted to see the newest Star Wars movie with her father because she thought that (2) the movie would have an impact on her father. “She thought of her father, with his Mexican accent, and what seeing Luna’s performance could mean to him” (l-17/18)


1) Happy / Surprised. “As Perez watched Diego Luna unabashedly speaking in his native accent on screen, “you could just see this huge smile on his face”” (l-28/29)

2) Perla’s father was surprised because as a Mexican immigrant, he has been trying to hide his accent for nearly 40 years (as he immigrated from Mexico “in the early 1980s” /l-5/). He always felt embarrassed, “self-conscious” (l-26) with his accent. Thus (so = therefore), after all this time, watching a Mexican actor keeping his accent on a Sci-fi film was completely astounding (= amazing) for him. He might have realized that being different could mean being “special” and not necessarily being “weird” and laughed at.


1) I’m embarrassed when my parents speak English --> Perla when she was a child.

2) Having an accent is not a problem. --> Perla today.

3) Being different makes life more difficult. --> Perla when she was a child.

Document 2

G. Ifemelu:

--> Country of origin = Nigeria

--> Country of residence = United States

--> Time spent in the country of residence = 3 years Male: -

-> Job = Telemarketer

--> Nationality = American


1) Ifemelu answered the phone call because “the caller ID showed ‘unknown’ and she thought it might be a call from her parents in Nigeria” (l-10).

2) Ifemelu, normally “she always hung up on telemarketers, but there was something about his voice that made her turn down the stove and hold on to the receiver” (l-11/12/13). Besides, “she felt strangely sorry for him, she asked whether he had rates better than fiftyseven cents a minute to Nigeria” (l- 16)

I. 1) Before the phone call, Ifemelu (b) made efforts to sound american.

2) Ifemelu laughed because (b) the telemarketer was bad at geography. (“did not know where London was” /l-26/)

3) After the phone call, Ifemelu wondered if (a) it had been a good idea to change her accent. (“Why was it a compliment, an accomplishment to sound American? (l-41)


1) a)I changed my mind about accents   Both Perla and Ifemelu.

2) c) Why did I work so much on my accent?   Only Ifemelu.

3) b) A celebrity with an accent can really make a difference  Only Perla Nation.



Choose one of the following subjects (150 words minimum)

SUJET A. You are Ryan or Victoria, preparing an article to be published on your school website for “World Languages Day.” You have met Maureen Kenyon, an international reporter who speaks 9 languages. She has told you about her motivations for learning languages, the obstacles she met, the situations in which she uses different languages, etc. Write your article about her.

Pour écrire un article de journal, il est important d’ajouter :

- Le nom du journal

- Celui du journaliste

- La date de publication.

Le style journalistique respecte des règles spécifiques : le titre de l’article doit attirer l’attention du lecteur (importance du choix des mots, jeux de mots), l’information est organisée en paragrap


“Speaking 9 languages is not rocket science”

25th May, 2005

An article made by Ryan Dawson on Maureen Kenyon a 9-language-speaker international reporter.

What a story!

Let’s start with the beginning.

Maureen was born in Australia, raised by an Aboriginal couple speaking a particular dialect from the Outback. When her two parents died in a terrible accident, she was fostered by an English woman living in Sydney. She was only 6 years old. However, one year later, her adoptive mother got married with a Japanese man speaking a poor English. Therefore, she learned how to speak Japanese. Falling in love with the Japanese culture, she often went on holiday with Takeshi, her adoptive father.

There, she met a Korean girl, Saka, and got on so much with her that she decided to invite her back to Australia on the next holidays. Saka accepted, and the new best friends started to exchange in Japanese and Korean. Maureen quickly realised that the two languages were quite similar.

In this way, she started learning German on her own because it was supposed to be similar to English. At the age of 10, she already spoke 5 different languages. “I was so excited about learning a new to communicate, to be more accurate that I just couldn’t stop. And you know, the more you learn, the easier it becomes, it’s like a pattern.” Maureen finally became an international reporter because of her insatiable desire to communicate in different languages, tones and imaginaries.

As for me, I only speak English which is my mother tongue and I barely understand Spanish, the language of my Grandmother. And you, how many languages can you speak? (267-270) (Ryan Dawson)


SUJET B. You are a journalist called Amelia or Justin. You interview one of the following actors or actresses. You ask him/ her about his/her motivation, efforts, doubts and possible consequences on his/her life.

Write the conversation. Pour cette expression concernant un discours (direct), il vous fallait respecter la ponctuation, varier les synonymes (said, replied, claimed) et vous efforcer de donner un caractère vivant au dialogue (crying, in a great shout of joy, angrily etc.) “Hello everyone! Let me introduce you to Tom Spence, here with me” I declared.

“Hi! For those who don’t know me yet, I’ve just played in An Unexpected Wedding the romantic comedy, with Rachel Green” proclaimed Tom Spence.

“First, we were all amazed by your performance on the film, and your physical appearance, oh my god, what a shock!”

“Yeah, I’m sure it was!” laughed Tom.

“Could you tell us all how you did find the strength to carry on with this body modifications?” I asked eagerly.

“I could say that it just was my own motivation but my family, my friends, they all supported me in this crazy experience.”

“So, Tom.” I said more seriously. “Let’s sum up, shall we? You lost 15 kilograms, you had an operation on your nose.How do you feel with it?”

“You know, as an actor my face doesn’t really belong to me, you see? It’s more like a working device such as for you, your notebook. Don’t worry, I’m fine.”

“That’s a really interesting point of view. Was it hard to change your face that much?” I questioned, totally excited to know the answer.

“Oh yes, that was incredibly hard. But I’m proud of it, I overcame so many fears” said Tom courageous.

“We are proud of you to, take good care of yourself and keep that enthusiasm! I claimed as a conclusion.

“Thank you for everything, a big thanks to my fans. You’re the best, bye!”

“Bye! You’ve been watching How is it to be a star? You can follow us on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram. See you soon! (269)

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