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    FLE/TCF : Compréhension - Dracula


    LE   COMTE   DRACULA 

     

    Martin adore les films d'horreur. Ce soir, il a choisi Dracula.

                        Le Comte Dracula habite dans un merveilleux château tout au sommet d'une montagne. Samedi dernier, il décida d'organiser une gigantesque soirée. Il chevaucha à vive allure jusqu'au village au fond de la vallée. Il invita un grand nombre de personnes qui gravirent la montagne. Ses invités pensèrent qu'ils allaient danser mais ils n'entendirent aucune musique. Ils s'attendirent  à déguster des mets excellents mais ils ne virent rien sur les tables. Ils furent terriblement déçus d'autant plus qu'ils avaient extrêmement faim. Mais le Comte Dracula, lui aussi, était très affamé ! Finalement, il ne fit qu'une bouchée de tous ses invités !!!... 

    Mais pas de panique ! Ce n'est qu'un film ! Vous ne rencontrerez jamais le Comte !
    Alors, faites ce test sans crainte. Je vous souhaite bon courage.





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    1. Où habite le Comte Dracula ?
    2. Que fit-il samedi dernier ?
    3. Comment descendit-il jusqu'au village ?
    4. Qu'espérèrent vivre les invités ?
    5. Que pensèrent-ils entendre ?
    6. Que pensèrent-ils manger ?
    7. Quelle fut leur réaction lorsqu'ils découvrirent la vérité ?
    8. Comment se sentaient-ils ?
    9. Que fit le Comte dracula ?
    10. Quelle sorte de film Martin a-t-il regardé ?








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