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وزارة التربية الوطنية الديوان الوطني للتعليم و التكوين عن بعد
امتحان المستوى - دورة ماي 2010
المستوى والشعبة:3 ثا/ آ فلسفة/ ل أجنبية المادة: لغة انجليزية التوقيت:14سا– 16 سا
Bribery is the crime of giving or receiving something of value to influence official action. Both the
person giving and receiving the bribe are guilty of bribery.
Bribery is illegal for two reasons : firstly, it usually involves a public official using his or her office for
personal gain. Secondly, it can cause officials to make unfair decisions that affect citizens. Bribery is a
very old crime. There is evidence of bribery dating back more than 4,000 years.
Usually, a person who bribes a public official is paying to get special treatment. This special treatment
can come in many forms.for example, a company might bribe an official to win a government contract.
No one knows how often people commit bribery, but many experts believe that most people who bribe
officials are never caught.
Adapted from World book. 2004

A- READING/ INTERPRETING (7pts)
1- Choose the correct answer.
- The text is :
a- A newspaper article. b-A report c- An extract from a book
2- Answer the following questions according to the text.
a- Is bribery a new phenomenon ?
b- Why is bribery unethical ?
c- Are all bribery actions punished ? Justify.
3- What or who do the underlined words in the text refer to ?
4- Find in the text words that are closest in meaning to :
Proof §2 =………. The majority§3 =………….

5- Find in the text words that are opposite to :
Innocent §1#1……………….. Few §3 #...............
TEXT EXPLORATION (7pts)
1- Supply punctuation, apostrophes and capital letters where necessary.
In the united states of america officials convicted of bribery may be fined removed from office or
sent to prison.
2-Join the following pairs of sentences using the connectors in brackets.
a- He is the man. He has been arrested by the police. (Who)
b- He bought the product. It was not of good quality. (Though)
c- Bribery is illegal. Counterfeiting is illegal. (both …… and)

3- Give the opposite of the following words keeping the same roots.
Ethical - legal - moral - honest
4- Match pairs that rhyme.
a- production
b- statistics
c- bribe
d- notices
1- ethics
2- corruption
3- practices
4- tribe
5-Ask questions about the underlined words
We should fight bribery.
1 2
WRITTEN EXPRESSION (6pts)
Choose one topic.
Topic one : What would you do to fight corruption if you were elected head of state ?
Use the following ideas to write your paragraph.
Anti corruption programme.
Fight tax evasion .
Encourage honest workers .
Take measures to rehabilitate value of work.
Include ethics education in school programmes
Topic two :
Why is ethics so important in our daily life ? Give some examples of ethical behaviours…







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الجمهورية الجزائرية الديمقراطية الشعبية
وزارة التربية الوطنية الديوان الوطني للتعليم و التكوين عن بعد
امتحان المستوى - دورة ماي 2010
المستوى والشعبة:3 ثا/آ فلسفة/ ل أجنبية المادة: لغة انجليزية التوقيت:14سا–16 سا
READ THE TEXT CAREFULLY AND DO THE ACTIVITIES.
In a society where written communication predominates, the person who doesn’t
possess the fundamental technical skills of reading, writing and arithmetic inevitably finds
himself in a position of inferiority: in shops, public transport, at the bank and the post
office, in the exercise of civil rights and duties, and even in the access to employment. An
illiterate unemployed person will even avoid applying for work at an employment agency
because he is ashamed of his inability to complete the necessary forms. An illiterate
worker will find it difficult to play an active role in trade union activities.
……. Having a child admitted to hospital, completing allowance form and other
administrative formalities all dealing with the authorities, school and the law, represent
insurmountable obstacles to the illiterate.
A) Comprehension Interpretation (6pts)
I) Answer the following questions according to the text:
a) Why does an illiterate person find himself in a position of inferiority?
b) Why does an illiterate person even avoid applying for a job?
c) Is an illiterate person able to become an active member in his society?
II) What or who do the underlined words refer to in the text?
a) Himself (§1): ………….. b) His (§1): ……………..
III) a) Find in the text words that are synonyms
to the following:
(1)Essential(§1)=………...(2)Incapacity(§1)=…………….(3) Jobless(§1) =…………
b) Find in the text words that are opposites of the following:
(1) Proud (§1) â‰*………… (2) Passive (§1) â‰* …………. (3) Private (§1) â‰*……………
B) Text exploration/ MASTERY OF ******** (8pts)
I) Supply punctuation and capitals where necessary
146 noble prizes were won by Americans although one tenth of the whole
American population is illiterate
II) Complete the table below
Verbs Nouns Adjectives
Possess
………………..
………………..
………………..
Access
………………..
………………..
………………..
Illiterate
III) Rewrite the second sentence so that it means the same as the first one:
1. a) Helen Keller was deaf and blind but she managed to be a successful writer.
b) Although…………………………………………………………………
2. a) Unless you help me. I can’t write to her.
b) If…………………………………………………………………………
2/2
3. a) “What have you learned at school today?” he asked his son.
b) He asked…………………………………………………………………
4. a) He feels he’s inferior because he doesn’t know how to fill a form
b) As he…………………………………………………………………….
IV) Classify the following words according to their final “s”
Predominates – shops – duties – obstacles.
/ S / / Z / / IZ /

V) Ask questions that the underlined words answer:
a) People are sometimes unaware of the importance of education.
b) She goes to school twice a week.
C) WRITTEN EXPRESSION (6pts)
Choose one of the following topics:
Topic One: Complete the following conversation between two persons
A: ……………………………………………………………........?
B: Yes, you can.
A: …………………………………………………………………?
B: I’ve learnt to read and write in an adult literacy class.
A: …………………………………………………………………?
B: Yes, now I feel that my self confidence has grown.
A: ………………………………………………………………....?
B: I’m able to help my children with their home work.
A: ………………………………………………………………....?
B: I intend to help others poor illiterate women.
A: …………………………………………………………………?
B: Thank you.
Topic two: What are the advantages of education in your opinion? Write a coherent paragraph







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الجمهورية الجزائرية الديمقراطية الشعبية
وزارة التربية الوطنية الديوان الوطني للتعليم و التكوين عن بعد
تصميم إجابة امتحان المستوى – دورة ماي 2010
المستوى والشعبة : 3 ثانوي آ.فلسفة/لغات أجنبية المادة: لغة انجليزية
العلامة عناصر الإجابة محاور الموضوع
مجزأة كاملة
A) COMPREHENSION I) Because he doesn’t possess the fundamental
technical skills of reading.
Because he is ashamed of his inability to
complete the necessary form and other administrative
formalities.
No, he isn’t.
II)
a) The person who doesn’t possess the….
b) An illiterate
III) a)synonyms
(1)Fundamental (2) inability (3) unemployed.
b) Opposites
(1) Ashamed (2) active (3) public
2,5pt
0,5pt
1,5pt
1,5pt
6pts
B)TEXT
EXPLORATION/MASTERY
OF ********
I) 146 Nobel Prizes were won by Americans although
one of the tenth of the whole American population is
illiterate.
II)
Verbs Nouns Adjectives

Access To
be illiterate
Possession,
Possessor,
Possessiveness

Illiteracy
Possessive

Accessible
III) 1. b) Although Helen Keller was deaf and blind,
she managed to be a successful writer.
2. b) If you don’t help me, I won’t / can’t write to her.
3. b) He asked what I had learnt at school that day.
4. b) As he doesn’t know how to fill a form, he feels he’s
inferior.
IV) / S / Predominates Shops
/ Z / Obstacles
/ IZ / Duties
V) a) Who are sometimes unaware of the
importance of education?
b) How often does she go to school?
1pt
3pts
2pts
1pt
1pt
8pts
C) WRITTEN EXPRESSION Topic One: A: Hi! Can I ask you some questions if
you don’t mind?
A: Where have you learnt these skills?
A: Do you feel more confident?
A: What can you do now?
A: Good luck.
Topic Two: Form (2pts) ******* (4pts)

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الجمهورية الجزائرية الديمقراطية الشعبية
وزارة التربية الوطنية الديوان الوطني للتعليم و التكوين عن بعد
امتحان المستوى - دورة ماي 2010
المستوى والشعبة:3 ثا/آ فلسفة/ ل أجنبية المادة: لغة انجليزية التوقيت: 14سا– 16 سا
Read the text carefully and do the activities below:
Any of various types of education given in postsecondary institutions of learning and
usually affording, at the end of a course of study, a named degree, diploma, or certificate
of higher studies. Higher-education includes not only universities and colleges but also
various professional schools that provide preparation in such fields as law, technologies,
medicine, business, music, and art. Higher education also includes teacher-training school,
junior colleges, and institutes of technology. The basic entrance requirement for most
higher-educational institutions is the completion of secondary education, and the usual
entrance age is about 18 years.
Encyclopaedia Britannica 2007 Ultimate Reference Suite.
PART ONE: READING COMPREHENSION (6pts)
1. Circle the letter corresponding to the correct answer:
The text is about:
a) Educational institution
b) Higher education
c) Secondary education
2. Are the statements true or false?
a) Postsecondary education is the same as higher education.
b) Higher education consists only of universities and colleges.
c) Students are not required to complete their secondary education to join
university.
3. Answer the following questions according to the text:
a) What do students get at the end of a course of study?
b) What are the different fields in which professional schools are concerned?
c) Is the entrance age to university, which is mentioned in the text, the same as in
Algeria?
4. Identify the type of discourse in the text:
a) Narrative.
b) Argumentative.
c) Descriptiv
PART TWO : TEXT EXPLORATION (8pts)
1. Find in the text words or phrases that are closest in meaning to the following
words:
a) Superior =…………..
b) Give =…………..
2. Add the right suffix to these words to get adjectives:
politics institution advantage respect
3. Complete the following sentences with the correct adjective given in activity 2
a) It is really…………….to live in a big town. There are schools, libraries
and big shops.
b) Pupils should be………………
4. Give the correct form of the verbs between brackets.
Great Britain (not have) a written constitution so there are no constitutional provisions
for education. The system of education (to determine) by the national Educational Acts.
5. Ask a question on the underlined word
The history of education began at the end of 1770.
6. Classify the following words according to the pronunciation of their final “s”
Consists- occurs- colleges- certificates- schools- services- sometimes- years.
/ S / / Z / / I Z /
PART THREE: WRITTEN EXPRESSION (6pts) Choose only one topic.
Topic One: Write a conversation between a boy or a girl who wants to leave school
and another one who loves studying.
Topic Two: What is the importance of school in our life?
Use the following notes to write a coherent paragraph.
-Provide knowledge.
-Helps and develop the child’s personality.
-Open new horizons.
-To get involved in the social life.







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الجمهورية الجزائرية الديمقراطية الشعبية
وزارة التربية الوطنية الديوان الوطني للتعليم و التكوين عن بعد
تصميم إجابة امتحان المستوى – دورة ماي 2010
المستوى والشعبة : 3 ثانوي آ.فلسفة/لغات أجنبية المادة: لغة انجليزية
العلامة عناصر الإجابة محاور الموضوع
مجزأة كاملة
Part One :Reading
Comprehension :
1) b) Higher education
2) a) T
b) F
c) F
3) a) Students get a named degree, diploma, or
certificate of higher studies.
b) The different fields are law,
technologies, medicines, business, music, and
art.
c) Yes, it is.
4) c) Descriptive
1pt
1,5pts
2pts
0,5pt
1pt
6pts
Part Two: Text
Exploration
1) (1pt)
a) Higher
b) Provide
2) (2pts)
Political Institutional Advantageous
respectful
3) (1pt)
a) Advantageous
b) Respectful
4) (1pt)
Doesn’t have is determined
5) (1pt)
When did the history of education begin?
6) (2pts)
/ S / Consists certificates
/ Z / Occurs schools sometimes years
/ IZ / Colleges services
1pt
2pts
1pt
1pt
1pt
2pts
8pts
Part Three: Written
Expression
Topic One: form (3pts) ******* (3pts)
Topic Two: form (4pts) ******* (2pts)







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الجمهورية الجزائرية الديمقراطية الشعبية
وزارة التربية الوطنية الديوان الوطني للتعليم و التكوين عن بعد
امتحان المستوى - دورة ماي 2010
المستوى والشعبة:3 ثا/آ فلسفة/ ل أجنبية المادة: لغة انجليزية التوقيت:14سا–16 سا
The most frequent criticism of the Englishman made by men of many countries, turns
on his frigidity and rigidity, a criticism that surprises the Englishman because he is not
aware of anything that justifies it. His exterior reserve often gives an impression of a
cold temperament, and no indication of the rich warm character that it covers. Far from
being rigid and stiff, he is highly emotional, and at the same time ashamed of showing
emotion. He is extremely sensitive, but his education has taught him that to be too
sensitive is to be weak.
He is naturally warm- hearted and at the same time afraid of what he thinks vulgarity
of exuberance. He wants to be liked, but will never show that he wants to be liked. He is
sentimental but will not admit to being guided by sentiment, and so he goes about in
armour, and in the presence of strangers, he rarely relaxes and lays it aside. When he does
eventually lay aside his armour, then you meet the real Englishman, genial, generous and
sympathetically adaptable. He does not like the men of some warmer countries, gives his
frienship freely to all who come along, but when he does give it, he gives it with all his
heart.
SECTION ONE
READING / INTERPRETING (7pts)
Read the text carefully then do the activities.
1- How many negative sentences are there in the above text?
2-Answer the following questions according to the text.
a- What is the most frequent criticism made to the Englishman?
b- Does he show his emotions?
c- Does he feel at ease in the strangers’ presence ?
d- List some of the positive characteristics of the Englishman.
3-What or who do the underlined words in the text refer to?
4-Find words in the text that are closest in meaning to the following.
a- conscious =……….. people he doesn’t know =………….
5- Find words in the text that are opposite to :
a- warm #............ strong #..............
TEXT EXPLORATION (7pts)
1- Which nouns can be derived from the following verbs ?
to feel - to educate - to think - to know
2-Underline the silent letter in the following words.
Anything - taught - weak - armour
3- Give the correct form of the verbs between brackets.
a- English people (to get) on well with every body.
b - We (use) to be good friends many years ago.
c- They (to give) the queen a warm welcome.
4- Classify the following verbs according to the pronunciation of their final « s »
Turns - countries - does - thinks.
« s » « z » « iz »

SECTION TWO - WRITTEN EXPRESSION (6pts)
Choose one topic.
Topic one :
- Write a paragraph about friendship.
- What is friendship?
- Do you have many friends?
- What qualities do you like to find in your friends?
Topic two:
-What sort of person is your best friend?
- Describe his personality, temper, likes and dislikes……







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وزارة التربية الوطنية الديوان الوطني للتعليم و التكوين عن بعد
تصميم إجابة امتحان المستوى – دورة ماي 2010
المستوى والشعبة : 3 ثانوي آ. فلسفة / لغات أجنبية المادة: لغة انجليزية
Reading and Interpreting. (7pts)
1- (0.5pt)
2 sentences
2- Answering questions : (3.5pts)
a- The settlers’ spokesmen
b- No, it isn’t (0.5pt)
c- Medina……. the Arabs ; the negro village………. the Blacks ;
The reservations………the Indians.
d- No, it doesn’t.
3-Word – reference : (2pts)
- Their ====== policeman , the soldier
- It ========== the settlers’ town
- They ======== the natives
- He ========= the colonized
4- Synonyms (0.5pt)
- Representatives= spokesmen
- Arms= weap ons
5- Definition(0.5pt)
- It matters little.
- Starved of.
Text Exploration (7pts)
1- (2pts)
Many examples of discrimination, racial riots and racial tension may be found in America, Britain
and in France as well.
2- (1pt)
Colon / ial ; settl /er ; oppress /ion ; act /ion
3- (2pts)
a- Contact with the natives is maintained by the policeman and the soldier.
b-Unlike the natives’ town ,……………………
4- (2pts)
To build == built / built
To see == saw / seen
To speak == spoke / spoken
To be == was/were /been

Written Expression(6pts)
-******* : 3pts
-Form : 3pts







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وزارة التربية الوطنية الديوان الوطني للتعليم و التكوين عن بعد
امتحان المستوى - دورة ماي 2010
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A DIVIDED WORLD
The colonial world is a world cut in two. In the colonies , it is the policeman and the
soldier who are the spokesmen of the settler and his rule of oppression. By their
immediate presence and direct action, they maintain contact with the native and advise
him by means of weapons not to budge. They speak the ******** of the pure force.
The zone where the natives live is opposed to the zone inhabited by the settlers. The
settlers’ town is strongly built and brightly lit. The settlers’ feet are never visible, except
perhaps in the sea ; but there, you are never close enough to see them. The settlers’ town
is a town of white people, of foreigners. It is a well-fed and an easy going town.
The town belonging to the colonized people, or at the native town, the negro village,
the medina, the reservation, is a place of evil reputation, a world without spaciousness.
They are born there and will die there, it matters little where, nor how. The native town is
a hungry town, starved of bread, of meat, of shoes, of coal, of light.
The colonized man is an envious man for he always dreams of being in the settler’s
place, to sit at the settler’s table and to sleep in his comfortable bed. And this, the settler
knows it very well.
(After Frantz – Fanon)
READING / INTERPRETING. (7pts)
Read the text carefully then do the activities.
1- How many sentences are there in the last paragraph ?
2- Answer the following questions according to the text.
a- What role do the policeman and the soldier play in the colonies?
b- Is the settlers’ oppression only political?
c-To which people do the words or expressions «the medina»,«the negro village», « the
reservations» refer to ?
d- Does any change for the better occur in the colonized man’s life ?
3 – What or who do the underlined words in the text refer to ?
4-Find in the text words or phrases that are closest in meaning to :
1- Representatives = §1……….. 2- Arms = §1…………
5- Find in the words /phrases whose definitions follow:
1- It is of little importance §3 =………… 2-Deprived of §3 =………….
1/2
TEXT EXPLORATION (7pts)
1-Supply punctuation, capital letters and apostrophes where necessary.
many examples of discrimination racial riots and racial tension may be found in america
in britain and in france as well.
2 – Divide the following words into roots and affixes.
Colonial - settler - oppression - action
prefix root suffix

3- Complete sentence « b » so that it means the same as sentence « a ».
a-The policeman and the soldier maintain contact with the natives.
b- Contact with the natives………………………………………….
a- The settlers’ town is a well-fed town; the natives’ town is a hungry town.
b- ………….the natives’ town, the settlers’ town is a well-fed one.
4- Here is a list of verbs ; pick out the irregular verbs and write their past forms.
To live - to build - to see - to speak - to advise - to be
Infinitive Past simple Past participle


WRITTEN EXPRESSION (6pts)
Choose one of the following topics.
Topic one : Many challenges face our modern civilisation. Underdevelopment is one of
them.
Use the following notes to write a paragraph of about 80 words on the above
topic.
Fight Poverty/ illiteracy……. preserve libraries / write books
……………… build more schools/ hospitals /houses …………
Topic two : Why is education important in the development of a nation?







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الجمهورية الجزائرية الديمقراطية الشعبية
وزارة التربية الوطنية الديوان الوطني للتعليم و التكوين عن بعد
تصميم إجابة امتحان المستوى – دورة ماي 2010
المستوى والشعبة : 3 ثانوي آ. فلسفة / لغات أجنبية المادة: لغة انجليزية
Reading /Interpreting (7pts)
1- 1-----c (1pt)
2- (3pts)
a- No, it isn’t
b- Public officials using their office for personal gain. They take unfair decisions that affects citizens.
c- No, they aren’t. Most people who bribe are never punished.
3- (1pt)
- It-----bribery
- That -----unfair decisions
4-(1pt)
a- Evidence b- Most
5-(1pt)
a- Guilty b- Many
Text Exploration (7pts)
1- (1pt)
In the United States of America, officials convicted in bribery may be fined, removed from office or sent
to prison.

2- (3pts)
a- He is the man who has…………
b- Though the product was not…….. he bought it.
c- Both bribery and counterfeiting are illegal.
3- (1 p)
Unethical - illegal - immoral - dishonest
4 – Pairs that rhyme (1pt)
a……….2
b-………1
c……….4
d………..3
5- Asking questions (1pt)
- Who should fight bribery ?
- What should we fight ?
Written Expression(6pts)
- ******* : 3 pts
- Form : 3 pts







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