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  1. Correction Questions De Texte

    Donc pour la 8) it should especially alert users of Facebook that all is not perfect in real life, the life is not always easy, she is also made of all kinds of trouble. ?? Merci beaucoup
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    Bonjour, Je dois répondre à des questions avec le texte ci dessous. J'aurais besoin d'une correction si possible. Is it any wonder that people between the ages of 4-50 are increasingly opting for this country? Why wouldn’t they?—they are meeting like-minded new friends and rediscovering long-lost friends they’d long given up hope of ever meeting again. Had it not been for Facebook, the biggest social-networking site, would all this be possible? The new ice-breaker isn’t, ‘So, where do you live?’ any longer; it is, ‘So, are you on Facebook?’ Why are people of all shapes, sizes, and ages flocking to the site? I’ve been wondering, how does this work so well for all? Which are the key ingredients that make the Facebook world tick? I’m far from the answer but I rather think it is because it’s such wonderful escape hatch from all that is less-than-perfect in real life. I can already hear dissenting voices, “Hey, it is real life, lady!” which is about the one thing that scares me about this perfect life. Having already lured us enough into its “web” of a second life, what if someday soon it becomes our only life? A life where we are content just connecting virtually? A life where we choose to upload only the best and be in denial about the rest? Maybe Mr. Zuckerberg, the man who gave so many the taste of the perfect life, should think of putting a warning, a sort of reality check: “Not to be taken as an alternative to life—imperfections, disappointments, ugliness, and all” ... ? They are, after all, what make life, Life. 1. In one sentence, what is the topic of the text? The topic of the text is Facebook. 2. What does the adverb "increasingly" imply in the first sentence? the adverb "increasingly " means that many are opting for this country. 3. What does the journalist compare Facebook and why? Facebook is compared to a perfect life and a second life because it allows us to escape from real life. Then we can find friends lost, this allows us to take their new virtually. 4. How do people introduce themselves today? Quote the text. Je ne trouve absolument pas... 5. Find three elements in the text which explain why Facebook is so popular. - Facebook is a new ice-breaker - Facebook is wonderful escape - Facebook allows to find lost friends and make new friends 6. In the sencence "Hey, it is real life, lady! " , what does "it" refer to? Je pensais à Facebook... 7. Explain what the journalist is afraid of. The journalist is afraid that Facebook become our only life. Facebook makes us forget freedom: We live in the virtual world. Facebook become for us the best of things, we forget everything else. 8. What warning should Mr Zuckerberg give to facebook users according to the journalist? Explain in your own words. Je pensais mettre qu'il faudrait vérifier si tout ce qui est virtuel est vrai. Mais je ne sais pas comment expliquer... Je vous remercie d'avance