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Esami di stato, Maturità 2011: liceo linguistico, Inglese (testo letterario), prova di comprensione e produzione – Mezzo milione di studenti sono giunti a metà del guado. Anche la seconda prova è stata affrontata. Gli studenti di tutta Italia che stanno sostenendo gli esami di maturità avranno, da oggi, qualche giorno per recuperare le forze. Intanto il ministero dell’Istruzione ha pubblicato le trace integrali delle prove. Alcuni potranno rifarle interamente a casa e comprendere se hanno fatto degli errori, altri potranno scovare tracce già sviluppate e confrontarle. Ilsussidiario.net ha fatto sviluppare la prova di comprensione e produzione di Inglese (testo letterario) per il liceo linguistico. Di seguito, il testo della traccia svolta.
1. What is the lady doing?
She is reading a story aloud to James, who is probably her son, and thinking to herself.
2. Why is she distracted? What is she thinking about?
She is distracted by a “feeling of anxiety”, which she has because Paul, Minta and Andrew, presumably her other children, have not yet come home. She thinks about Andrew going out to catch things in his net, and all the terrible things that could be happening to him. He could get cut off from land by the sea or fall off of a cliff.
3. How does she feel?
She feels worried about her children because she does not know where they are, and many terrible things could be happening to them. She also seems to be pensive, thinking about her role as a mother and how difficult it is to always say and do the correct thing for her children. She is anxious not to disappoint James about the Lighthouse, and she is looking forward to being by herself.
4. What does she think James is going to ask?
She thinks that James is going to ask whether or not they are going to the lighthouse the next day.
5. Why is the trip to the lighthouse cancelled?
The trip is cancelled because James’ father has said that they are not going.
6. Why is she afraid of telling James that they are not going to the lighthouse?
She is afraid to tell James because she knows that he will be sad and she thinks that he will remember this pain for the rest of his life.
7. What represents a relief for her?
She is relieved when Mildred comes to call James, and they are distracted from the question of the Lighthouse. She is relieved in general when her children go to bed because it means that she no longer has to watch what she says and does so closely. When her children are asleep, she no longer has to think about them or be afraid of disappointing them, and she can simply be herself.
8. What does she feel like doing?
She does not feel like doing anything in particular, not even thinking. She wants to simply be herself, separate from everyone else, and separate from the bustle of the day.
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