Level A

Weekly exercise L56_1

Answers

L'exercice de la semaine :

Dans les extraits ci-dessous faites suivre tous les groupes verbaux, noyaux de proposition qui s'y trouvent de parenthèses dans lesquelles vous écrirez :

(le temps / éventuellement l'auxiliaire ou les auxiliaires / le verbe non marqué)

Exemple pour "...they might have gone..." la réponse est :

(Passé/Modal may/Have participe passé/go)

Exemple pour "...he goes..." la réponse est :

(Présent/go)

Adapted from VOA "British Government Accused of Failing to Tackle Extreme Right Terror Threat" June 22, 2017.

Extraits

The British government is being urged (Présent/Be>>ing+Be>>participe passé/urge) to do more to tackle violence by right-wing extremists, following the attack outside London’s Finsbury Park mosque in the early hours of Monday morning. One person died (Passé/die) and at least 11 were injured (Passé/Be>>participe passé/injure) when 47-year-old Darren Osborne from Wales drove (Passé/drive) his van into a crowd of worshippers, reportedly shouting, "I want (Présent/want) to kill all Muslims." He was pulled (Passé/Be>>participe passé/pull) from the vehicle and held (Passé/hold) by members of the public until police arrived (Passé/arrive ).

Just two days earlier, activist Fiyaz Mughal had addressed (Passé/Have>>Participe passé/address) worshippers at the same mosque warning them of the dangers of attacks. He told (Passé/tell) VOA that authorities are failing (Présent/Be>>ing/fail) to recognize the danger. “I think (Présent/think) the government has been (Présent/Have>>Participe passé/be) slow in seeing the threat that is also emanating (Présent/Be>>ing/emanate) from some of those sources, which repeatedly daily pump out (Présent/pump out) anti-Muslim rhetoric, which in a way creates (Présent/create) the environment for the potential for violence,” he said (Passé/say).

The organization Tell Mama says (Présent/say) anti-Muslim hate crimes have increased (Présent/Have>>Participe passé/increase) fivefold since the Islamist terror attack in Manchester last month.

The number of right-wing extremists flagged to the government’s anti-terror ‘Prevent’ program has soared (Présent/Have>>Participe passé/soar) by 30 percent, according to British media reports. Terror expert Paul Jackson of the University of Northampton said (Passé/say) Islamist and extreme right terrorism must be addressed (Présent/Modal MUST+Be>>participe passé/address) in different ways.

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