“No one would ever know what it was like to be here.” Turner writes a letter to his mother to tell her about his war experiences - Informal letter - Anglais LV1 - S ES L

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Section Scientifique Terminale

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Anglais LV1 - Section Scientifique, économique et social

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“No one would ever know what it was like to be here.” Turner writes a letter to his mother to tell her about his war experiences - Informal letter - Anglais LV1 - S ES L

Ici vous trouverez les corrigés des sujets du BAC Anglais LV1 Juin 2015 "Turner writes a letter to his mother". Ce corrigé est destiné aux élèves de Terminale des sections Scientifique, Économique et sociale et Littéraire. L'énoncé est le même pour les deux versions : “No one would ever know what it was like to be here.” (Document C, ll. 4-5) Turner writes a letter to his mother to tell her about his war experiences. (150 words, +/- 10%)".

Le premier corrigé est destiné aux élèves de S, ES et L (sauf spécialisation LVA), avec un niveau de langue attendu de B1. Le deuxième corrigé est fait pour les élèves de Terminale L ayant choisi la spécialisation LVA LV1. Ici le niveau de langue attendu est B2. N'hesitez pas à comparer les deux versions.

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Anglais LV1 approfondie - Terminale L spécialisation LVA - B2

1111 Military Lane
Miltary, MI 11111
July 22, 2015

Dear Mom,

I hope that this letter finds you well. I am sorry it took so long for me to respond to your letter, I had to sneak away to write this and let you know I am okay.
Today was kind of rough, though. We entered what I assume to have been a village or small suburb. It was hard to tell as it was already destroyed by a bomb. Buildings were torn apart leaving their debris thrown all around, cars ...

Anglais LV1 - Terminale S, ES et L sauf spécialisation LVA - B1

Dearest mom,

It was a pleasure hearing from you, I even shed a few tears of joy. With all the guns, bombs,
blood and death, we sometimes forget there is a world out there.

It is, however, with mixed feelings that I write this letter to tell you that I have been discharged due to sickness and am coming home ... [En lire plus]