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Concours notionol pour lo formotion d'Ingénieurs Spéciolisés-14 septembre 2013

Epreuve d'Anglois(durée :1h)


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Prâom du condidot(e)
Dote de naissonce
Code (cose réservée à l'odministrotion IAP)

Code (case réservé,e à l'odministrotion fAP)


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----)<--The Evolution of a Valuable Resource
The early days of oil were nearly the opposite of today in that the supply was almost infinitely
greater tfran'the demand. Formed millions of years ago, oil remained beneath the eafth,
Érgety untapped, until relatively recently. For thousands of years, humans utilized oil as a
lub-ricânt, adhesive, and many other purposes -- including for medicinal use. But through the
early 19th century, l-àige-scale production and use of oil was unknown.

yet this changed quickly as oil wells sprang up across the United States in the late 19th
century; such discovpries were paralleled by scientific developments_ that found more and
more uses for petrolèum products in an assortment of industries. Oil refining became the
keystone to tlre empire of Standard Oil, and gasoline-powered vehicles changed travel,
*arfare, and counflàss other aspects of 20th-century life.Inevitably, issues related to the
global oil supply -- and access to it -- have come to the fore. Oil is now a key player in
[echnology, business, and geopolitics. The future is uncertain, but one can always hope to
learn from the past.

The middle third of the 20th century saw tremendous changes in the oil industry. Beginning
with standard oil's activities in saudi Arabia, oil prospecting began a global expansion; in
fact, the internationalization of oil excavation and distribution played an important role in
World War II, as better access aided the Allied effort. Meanwhile, scientific discoveries and
inventions fueled a market for petroleum products in plastics, synthetics, and other industries.
Buf along with the benefits of technology came, eventually, the awareness of environmental
damage. and risk in connection with the oil industry.
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Like the end of the 20th century, the beginning of the 21st century has been characterized by
an ever-interdependent global economy. Perhaps no business has revealed the geopolitical
implications of local politics as much as the oil industry. From central Asia to the Middle East to
the United States, oil has become an overt factor in local power struggles, infèrnational
conflicts, and even presidential campaigns. With consumption increasing every day and a finite
global supply, oil's inevitable role in the future remains unclear.

Çxercice 1(4 points):
According to the text, are these statements True or False. Put T for True and F for False.
UOil has existed for millions of years but has only been used for the last thousands ... ,.
of years.
2lO:il production became the most important part of the empire of standard oil.
3/The 20th century saw very big changes in the oil industry, in particular during World ...,..
War II.
4lThe oil industry has no business dealing with geopolitical implications of local ..,...

Exercice2 (3 points)
Match the words from the text in column A with their closest synonyms in column B.
Put the appropriate letter (a-f) next to each word in column A.


6. struggle..2.assoftment


a. searching
b. Innumerable
c. under

e. Digging
f. fight

Exercice3 (7.5 points)
Put the correct letter (A, B, or C)into each gap. Only one answer is correct.

Aicha is ...A... and has two sons. (Amar's wife is the correct answer)
B. wife's
C. Amar's husband
A. Amar's



1. My brother ....i,... a flat in Algiers.

B. has
C. haves
2. ...,..,... you live with your parents.
C. Is
B. Does
A. Do
3. He ...."....very hungry now.
B. has
C. are
A. is
4. I didn't anything, it was too dark.
C. seen
B. see
A. saw
5. "...... .. coffee do you drink?"
C. How
A. How much B. How many

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6. I'm a student. I'm studying.....-.. Algiers University.
C. in
7. Do you sometimes
the radio?

A. to
B. on
C. at
8. Look me when I talk to you.
A. in
B, to
C. at
9. Our English lesson is ......... Thursday morning.
A. in
B. the
C. on
10. What time ......... to bed last night?
A. did you went B. did you go. C. went you
Exercise 4 (5.5 points)
Writing: Describe how you usually spend a day in Ramadan. Use the present simple tense.
Write at least five lines.




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