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Compétence

Langue : je maitrise les codes de la langue.

Mission 1


Exercice 1 : Making hypotheses in the present

Fill in the gaps with might, may and must.

1
It  be an eagle.

2
No, it’s not! But it  be a parrot... I’m not sure.

3
Or it  be some legendary creature!


HINT



must: high probability + BV
may: average probability + BV
might: low probability + BV

> Modalité

Exercice 2 : Relative clauses

Choose the right answer(s).

1
These men live in Yup’ik territory, (which / where / that) is a well preserved land.

2
The place (where / that / which) this mask is kept has too much light!

3
My sister, (which / who / whose) mask was found in Alaska, is a Yup’ik expert.



HINT



To add information about:
▪ A person→ use who, a place → use where,
▪ A thing→ use that (essential info) or which (nonessential), possession → use whose

> Pronoms

Exercice 3 : Suffixes

Complete the words with the right suffix.

1
- Oh look at this mask. It’s wonder So colour !
- This one, however, is colour . It’s full of dark and sad .


HINT



▪ -ness endings → usually a noun
▪ -ful or -less endings usually an adj.
→ -ful: with ≠ -less: without

> Adjectifs

Mission 2


Exercice 4 : Describing an image

Reorder the sentences.

1
is / dot / in / a / there / the / right-hand / corner / . /



2
Bottom / owls / are / at / there / the / . /



3
middle / can / tracks / the / I / in / see / . /





HINT



▪ On the left / right
▪ At the top / bottom
▪ In the middle / background / foreground / top left-hand corner

Exercice 5 : Comparatives (superiority)

Compare the two Aboriginal paintings in Mission 2 with these adjectives:

1
large - colourful - lovely - appealing - clear





HINT



▪ Short adj.→ adj. +-er + than… (-y becomes -i)
▪ Long adj.→ more + adj. + than

> Adjectifs

Exercice 6 : HAVE V-en to make hypotheses about the PAST

“You must have slept in the sun instead of hunting for food”, the crow tells the hawk in the Aboriginal story. Find other hypotheses to explain why the hawk didn’t bring any food back.

1
The hawk must... / may... / might... / can’t… .





HINT



▪ Must / may / might + HAVE + past participle = uncertain past
▪ Can’t + HAVE + past participle = impossible past

> Présent HAVE + V-en
> Modalité
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