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1) What is the name for PID ra ted "Chevillot? The name for PID nominaldu "Chevillot" is "the master". 2) Class ify all the characters into two categories that you identify. 1st Class -> The s ailors (Joshua Julien Blaise Benoit, Youenn) 2nd Class -> Officers (Captain, Arc hie). 3) a) Raise enunciators verbs (speech) and Rate in the table below. Verbs Verbs informing inquiring about how to express themselves on the contents of the speech clearly concludes quietly resumed hissed hisses cried cried continued wh ispered yelled denounced squeaked commented b) Give a title to both classes of v erbs learning about how to s express. c) What information these verbs of speech learning about how to express themselves they bring on speakers? They tell us ab out: - their status in the boat - the difference in their opinions, ideas betwee n them. 4) a) Who decides the first line of text? This is the captain who delive red the first sentence. b) Who said "Among the planters, [...] the family"? This is also the captain who speaks these words. 5) "He did not speak loud enough to hear Chevillot" a) Analyze "to hear Chevillot" It is a subordinate clause conju nctiva circumstantial goal. b) Turn the sentence so as to express the cause. Sin ce he did not speak loud enough, Chevillot did not hear. 6) Take the noun comple ment case and turn it into a subordinate clause. Because the wind blowing from t he front, no one seemed to have heard. The noun complement case and underlined. Transformation: As the wind blew from the front, no one seemed to have heard. II ) The theory of master 1) "We do not steal someone we buy the slaves a good pric e, and that makes both the affairs of their country and ours, because the coloni es were in dire need of manpower . " a) Restate the argument. It is an honest business, it benefits our country and o ur colony. We pay for the goods properly and the country needs manpower to devel op. b) At what time (specify value) is written in? It is written in present tens e. It is the present of enunciation. c) By what combination of subordination we could replace the two points? They can be replaced by because or since. d) Take two adjectives, and indicate if they are ameliorative or pejorative. Here the tw o adjectives - good -> ameliorative - cruel -> pejorative. e) Why the captain he uses these adjectives? By using it justifies slavery. 2) "At home they are alre ady slaves. Slavery has always existed in Africa and these people have been caug ht well before our arrival. "A) Indicate the time and the value of verbs. The ve rbs are in present tense. This is the general truth of this (-> it justifies the slaves). b) What are the additional time? The references to time are: already, ever since well before our arrival. They mark / highlight the age of slavery. c) Why the master employed there much? The seniority argument runs as the argument of authority to justify slavery. 3) Summarize in one sentence the theory of the master. Slavery is legitimate. III) Objections 1) "That's Jos hisses. Among cro codiles, mosquitoes and sharks. "A) What lexical field appears here? This is the lexical field of dangerous animals. b) What adjective used by the master field lexical preclude it? He objected to the adjective "safe". c) Why he said Jos, "T his is it"? It ironic. d) All of the replica uses a style, which one? The method is ironically (to say the opposite of what we think). The ironically gives the irony. 2) "Not a matter for those who are sold, Captain St. "A) Show how this ph rase is also a response to the arguments of the master. This response takes the argument as Blaise Benedict puts his finger on the essential component of trade (goods) that had been forgotten by the master adessain. b) Show that Blaise Bene dict uses the same method as Jos style. There is irony when he says "Holy Captai n" as a person who practices slavery is not a holy person. 3) "He believes what he wants. He never saw the work of blacks on the plantations. "A) What argument echoed the captain with the noun phrase" the work of blacks? This echoes: they w ill be better in the colonies. b) That implies then Blaise Benoit? It implies that the slaves be worse than in Africa. c) Show that then develops h is argument. He develops it by saying: "They are malnourished [...] hopelessly o ut of there." 4) a) What intervention Youenn Is it grammatically different from the rest of the text? It is different because he makes his objection by an inter

rogative sentence. b) Why the captain he replied "three dozen lashes"? He replie d that because he does not support the opposition. 5) What is the position of th e sailors? They are against slavery, which is harmful to men. Should be deleted. 6) Which of these two opinions the author prefers? How does it show? In the las t sentence, the narrator takes the side of the perspective of the character of J ulien (sailor) and the author too. So, as Julian would have preferred someone pr otests, the narrator and the author as well. Rewrite: Blaise Benoit squeaked: "H e believes what he wants. He never saw the work of blacks on the plantations. At the farmers, they are fed and cared for. They are almost part of the family. "They are poorly fed, beaten, they are far from home, separated from their famil ies, they work from morning to night without hope to get out there," commented B laise Benoit angrily. Rewrite the text using the indirect speech. Blaise Benedic t said he believed that creaky he wanted, he had never seen the work of blacks o n the plantations. The captain added that among the planters, they were fed and cared for, they were almost part of the family. Blaise Benedict commented angril y that they were poorly fed, beaten, they were far from home, separated from the ir families and they worked from morning to night without hope to get out there.