Marie Dupont

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  1. Décrire les sentiments d'un personnage

    Merci infiniment
  2. Décrire les sentiments d'un personnage

    He said his name was Darren, and claimed he was 16, but he was probably younger. One thing was certain - he was homeless and confused. As he sat shivering in the living room of her three-storey house in the Harehills district of Leeds, Bernadette Quinn fried vegetarian burgers and nagged her young daughters to set the table. Mrs Quinn, a teacher, is a volunteer on Nightstop, a project launched six years ago by a branch of an arm of Barnardos to provide emergency accommodation for the homeless in the houses of ordinary people. There are now 20 such projects across the country and 30 in the pipeline. Most are set up by church groups, in response to the 'Faith in the City' campaign. The funding varies; the Leeds project receives 25 per cent from the Government and hosts are paid pounds 5 a night. Darren was trading his pitch on the canal bank for a bed in her spare room. He can stay one night only, then he must move on - those are the rules. He had been beaten by his stepfather since he was five, then thrown out by his mother after he telephoned the police to report the abuse. It didn't surprise Mrs Quinn: 'Nothing shocks me any more.' Darren left the next morning. No one knows what became of him, and Mrs Quinn is not about to start searching. She is not being heartless - just realistic. With a full-time job, two daughters, aged 11 and 12, and a relationship with her boyfriend, she has her priorities. 'I can give a homeless person a bed for the night, a survival guide, advice on benefits and bus fare. But I cannot solve their problems.' Every month, up to seven homeless people share her home. But she knows there are limits. 'You cannot afford to get too involved - it would take over your life.' What is the motivation for joining this scheme? 'Because I am a Christian. I care about the homeless and I have got a spare room. At least I am doing something. It is that simple, no hidden agenda.' Every day in Leeds, one in seven children between the ages of 14 and 16 runs away from home, at the very least for one night, according to the Children's Society. The unlucky ones run straight into the arms of drug pushers and pimps. They can be found working in massage parlours and brothels. The lucky ones might end up with a Nightstop bed. Last year 182 people were given emergency accommodation on the scheme in Leeds, which targets 16- to 25-year-olds, although the age rule is often ignored. Every night six or seven families are on standby, out of the 63 registered on the project. Volunteer co-ordinators contact them by telephone or pager. Hilary Willmer, Nightstop co-ordinator, insists it is easy to weed out the good applicants from the unsuitable. 'Many of the hosts are churchgoers, but they do not have to be. We do not want proselytism. People who come to Nightstop have been through enough, without someone badgering them about religion. If they ask, discuss it, if they don't, then don't. 'We look for relaxed, liberal-minded people. If volunteers approach us saying things like, 'Homeless people need to sort themselves out, they should stick with their parents,' then we know they are unsuitable.' There is a golden rule at Nightstop which, understandably, is often broken: 'Do not get emotionally involved'. The one-night- only rule is there to prevent that from happening. 'If the host family breaks that, then they are going to learn the hard way. Trying to be parent and counsellor to a homeless person is courting disaster. When you fail everyone feels let down. Bonsoir, vous pouvez m'aider svp Il faut que je décrive les sentiments de m'aider Mr Quinn She(It) is really generous, and voluntary to offer of the food to the people homeless persons She(It) should be sad and affected(touched) by their situation in brief she(it) is above all to help them I would say that she could be Sensitive and to rasced to see them
  3. svt cellules

    bonsoir vous pouvez m'aider svp pour doc 4 question 4
  4. Histoire sociétés et cultures urbaines

    Deux grands pôles se distinguent en Europe : la Méditerranée et l'espace nordique. Le commerce méditerranéen est dominé par les grandes villes italiennes qui importent des épices et denrées précieuses et exportent les produits de la métallurgie (étain, cuivre, argent) et du textile. Au Nord se développe le pôle flamand, carrefour entre la France, l'Angleterre et la Scandinavie. Entre ces deux espaces, les foires de Champagne rencontrent un grand succès en occupant un espace stratégique (interface d'échange). A l'influence de Lübeck, ainsi qu'à celle des autres villes maritimes, la Hanse dut ses succès à la mer et dans le commerce extérieur. Vous pouvez me corriger svp
  5. Histoire sociétés et cultures urbaines

    bonjour vous pouvez me corriger svp 1) ou se trouvent les grandes villes commerciales en europe au moye age ? Quels sont leurs liens entre elle ? Au moyen age , les grandes viles commerciales se trouvent au sud de la france et au nord de la france ( occident , italiennes) Leurs liens entre elles c'est transportation
  6. Identify the document

    This document is a photograph . it was taken by photographer there is a photograph it represents Death's-heads and sekeleton That the man shows in first one plan there is one characters it is the man the document is a critizing it represents in the foreground
  7. Identify the document

    Non biensur je ne vous demande pas de me faire à ma place mais de faire comprendre j'en sais rien .. j'ai chercher la définition de squellette : skeleton et de casquette :cap Tout ceux que je vois dans le document un jeune homme montre un document présenté avec des têtes de morts , j'ai l'impression il veut nous démontrer une espèce de fêtes de morts ? Le fond est sombre
  8. Identify the document

    Je n'y arrive pas.. j'suis bloquée sur le sujet
  9. Identify the document

    Bonsoir à tous J'ai un devoir demandé en anglais c'est de décrire cette image merci de bien vouloir me corriger si j'ai des erreurs ou autres . This document is photograph consists of the big issue visual. it was drawn by a photograph , There is a photograph it represents Death's-heads and squellette The scene takes place in visual ir is seen from a distance from above , in the foreground . There is one characters is a boy wear casquette
  10. Fonctions du 2eme degrès et fonctions homographiques

    x2+16x+64=(x+8)2
  11. Fonctions du 2eme degrès et fonctions homographiques

    voila cest fait !
  12. Fonctions du 2eme degrès et fonctions homographiques

    Oui je sais mqis je ne sais pas ou le changer
  13. Bonsoir à tous , J'suis une élève de seconde, avant les vacances nous avons étudier les fonctions du deuxième degré mais la lecon n'est pas terminée Nous sommes sur le point d'étudier les formes développer , factoriser , canonique et les variations du 2nde degré Exemple nous pourrions prendre l'exemple de cette exo : Mettre sous forme canonique ( première exo de la lecon) f(x)=x2+2x+5= j'ne comprends rien g(x)=x2+16x - 5 = idem h(x)= 3x2+12x=30 3X2 <-- le x au carrée enfin bref, vous auriez l'occasion de m'expliquer clairement car je ne comprends vraiment rien du tout . Je voudrais m'avancer d'avance voili. Merci à tous de votre temps consacré!
  14. BEL - AMI

    J'ai aussi une question qui me bloque Les péripéties, aventures du roman vous pouvez m'aider svp merci
  15. BEL - AMI

    Dans époque d'action je dis qu'il commence en juin 1880 , et puis sa régime politique de fait l'affaire avec Suzanne en octobre 1883? Oui je pense qu'il faut donner plus de lieux effectivement.