The SLE French Practice Exercises are targeted to help you achieve success at the PSC Canada Second Language Evaluation (French) tests. The SLE-Test of Written Expression (as from February 11, 2013) in the Second Official Language assesses knowledge of grammar, vocabulary and other aspects of written expression that are necessary to perform writing tasks dealing with work-related situations. The test consists of 65 multiple-choice questions of two different types: 1. Fill in the blank. 2. Error identification. Out of 65 questions, 55 will count towards your score. Your proficiency level is determined by your score on the test.    Level X (0-19), Level A (20-30), Level B (31-42), Level C (43-51), & Exemption (52-55).  You will have 90 minutes to complete all the questions on the test.
 
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5 Sample Questions

W6/1. La préservation de la _______ de l’eau destinée à la consommation humaine est assurée par l’adoption de règles sanitaires très strictes.
Choisissez le mot le plus approprié à insérer dans l'espace en blanc:
 

  • A. quantité
  • B. qualité
  • C. kalité
  • D. quality

W6/2. Le Canada  a été découvert par ___________ français Jacques Cartier en 1534, et prend son origine en tant que colonie française sur le territoire de l'actuelle ville de Québec.
Choisissez le mot le plus approprié à insérer dans l'espace en blanc:
 

  • A. l’explorataire
  • B. l'exploiteur
  • C. l'exploreurs
  • D. l'explorateur

W6/3. L'actuelle ville de Québec fut _________ par Samuel de Champlain en 1608 dans la vallée du fleuve Saint-Laurent.
Choisissez le mot le plus approprié à insérer dans l'espace en blanc:
 

  • A. foundé
  • B. fondée
  • C. frondé
  • D. fondue

W6/4. Le développement de la médecine scientifique au cours du dernier millénaire a effacé et rendu caduc un bon nombre de ___________ anciennes.
Choisissez le mot le plus approprié à insérer dans l'espace en blanc:
 

  • A. romances
  • B. croyances
  • C. voyances
  • D. romancées

W6/5. Les raisons du crash du vol 343 d’Air France, le 29 août 1960,  près de Dakar au Sénégal n'ont jamais été  _________ Le Lockheed Super Constellation avait 63 personnes à son bord, dont aucune n'a survécu.
Choisissez le mot le plus approprié à insérer dans l'espace en blanc:
 

  • A. élucidés
  • B. élidées
  • C. élucidées
  • D. élucides

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