corrigé anglais LV2.
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Bac 2018 Épreuve de LV2 anglais Séries L‐ES‐S Un sujet portant sur l’icône du taxi Londonien. Deux textes et une image, comme dans la plupart des sujets, le premier étant un article de presse et le second un extrait de roman. Là encore, un sujet de forme très classique. Séries ES et S Partie Compréhension A. 1) “the driver knows exactly where to go and how to get there”(ll. 2) 2) “it takes years to learn.” (l. 4) B. Réponse 3 C. “they flit around the city on mopeds, learning the streets” (l. 20) “They draw routes with marker pens” (l. 21) D. Brian Nayar has a negative opinion of Uber, which creates unfair competition. “Uber is hurting the industry he loves” (ll. 9‐10) “Uber is undermining an important British tradition dating back to 1865.” (ll. 15‐6) E. Black cabs have been part of the London landscape for decades. Cab drivers are more than just people who take customers from one place to another, they are guides who hold essential knowledge about their city. “Getting into the back of a black taxi is the quintessential London experience.” (l. 1) “I’m also an ambassador for this great city” (l. 27) F1. a) London b) Sydney c) black cab F2. The two protagonists are planning to drive a long distance in an original car. There are lots of uncertain elements, and they seem very unprepared. They will need to improvise in front of difficulties, that’s why the term “adventure” seems appropriate.

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Published 22 June 2018
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Bac 2018 Épreuve de LV2 anglais Séries L‐ES‐S Un sujet portant sur l’icône du taxi Londonien. Deux textes et une image, comme dans la plupart des sujets, le premier étant un article de presse et le second un extrait de roman. Là encore, un sujet de forme très classique.
Séries ES et S
Partie Compréhension
A. 1) “the driver knows exactly where to go and how to get there” (ll. 2)
2) “it takes years to learn.” (l. 4)
B. Réponse 3
C. “they flit around the city on mopeds, learning the streets” (l. 20)
“They draw routes with marker pens” (l. 21)
D. Brian Nayar has a negative opinion of Uber, which creates unfair competition.
“Uber is hurting the industry he loves” (ll. 9‐10)
“Uber is undermining an important British tradition dating back to 1865.” (ll. 15‐6)
E. Black cabs have been part of the London landscape for decades. Cab drivers are more than just people who take customers from one place to another, they are guides who hold essential knowledge about their city.
“Getting into the back of a black taxi is the quintessential London experience.” (l. 1)
“I’m also an ambassador for this great city” (l. 27)
F1. a) London
b) Sydney
c) black cab
F2. The two protagonists are planning to drive a long distance in an original car. There are lots of uncertain elements, and they seem very unprepared. They will need to improvise in front of difficulties, that’s why the term “adventure” seems appropriate.
G1 a) FALSE: “he had said yes in about one second flat” (ll. 12‐3)
b) TRUE: “I put my doubts about his engineering prowess aside” (l. 12)
G2. Leigh seems like a very spontaneous person, but also someone who may be a bit light‐headed and not quite reliable.
H1. a) a pub
b) a map
c) a laptop
d) Paul Archer
e) Leigh
f) Johno
H2. “we made our first – and possibly gravest – error of the trip: never plan anything in a pub.” (ll. 20‐1)
I. “There were no options other than possibly a yellow New York cab, and it was agreed that that was hardly very British.” (ll. 22‐4)
J. 1) TRUE: “sketching out a roughly direct route” (l. 26)
2) FALSE: “some bright spark pointed out that a true black cab driver would take the longest route possible” (ll. 26‐7)
K. The environment seems very urban, but also quite derelict. It must be in a rather run‐down area of Glasgow.
L. The cab is hovering in the air, supported by balloons.
M. The artist may have wanted to choose a popular setting in order to stress the universal dimension of the cab. The stern brick wall also makes an interesting contrast to the fun concept of a balloon cab.
N. Documents A and C consider the cab as an institution, an essential part of the British culture. In document B, the cab is taken as a vehicle for adventure, and this aspect is also reflected in document C.
Partie Expression
1. Le sujet est de type narratif. On vous demande de prolonger la situation décrite dans le document B. Il est donc important d'avoir relativement bien compris l’essentiel de ce document.
Vous devez utiliser la forme du journal intime. Il semble impératif de dater le passage, et de situer géographiquement l’action. Il serait peut‐être bon de parler des compétences mécaniques de Leigh. Sont‐ elles à la hauteur de ce qu’il dit ?
2. Sujet de type argumentatif. Il faut analyser la citation et construire une réflexion. Faites un plan (introduction, développement, conclusion). Il s’agit d’évoquer les bienfaits du voyage, et comment ce dernier permet de renforcer les liens d’amitié avec les personnes qui nous accompagnent. Vous pourriez comparer ce type d’expérience avec le voyage en solitaire, qui a d’autres vertus.
Série L
Partie Compréhension
A – E.Comme pour les séries ES ‐ S
F. He means that a GPS will only take you from one place to another, but cab drivers also enable their patrons to have a human experience, and a device will never replace that.
G – K.Comme pour les séries ES – S
L1. They see cab drivers as extroardinary people who are responsible for a whole aspect of the British culture, so they probably admire them.
L2. Their itinerary is greatly influenced by how they think a real cab driver would behave. They choose a very indirect route, because cab drivers have a reputation of taking longer itineraries in order to make more money.
M – P.Comme pour les séries ES – S
Partie Expression
LVO 1 et 2, LVA 1:Comme pour les séries ES – S
LVA, 2: Un sujet argumentatif qui nécessite d’analyser la citation de Ray Bradbury (auteur deBrave New World). Il faut noter le paradoxe apparent qu’un auteur de fiction parle de la beauté du monde réel par rapport à l’imaginaire. On peut ensuite disserter de la supériorité de l’un par rapport à l’autre, mais on peut aussi s’interroger sur la nécessité de VOIR. Vous pourrez ainsi parler du bonheur d’aller voir de ses propres yeux, de comparer ce que nous avions vu en images et ce que nous voyons en vrai. Les bonnes copies feront à mon avis la différence sur ce point.