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  1. Fiona766

    Essay / Devolution in the UK

    Merci beaucoup et je suivrai votre conseil sur l'emploi ou non du "The". bonne journée, Léonie.
  2. Bonjour, voici un essay à corriger même s'il manque la conclusion. Je vous remercie beaucoup. Léonie. Devolution in UK : The decentralisation of governmental powers to Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland was created in 1999 to decentralise government and give to others the possibility to take decisions. This law can be a real effort by the English government to share powers, but some people think it’s just a way to satisfy the others memberships of the United Kingdom. Is the decentralisation in the UK an authentic attempt to divide powers equally or a political strategy ? The idea of the devolution started with the protest of Scotland and Wales. In the 20th century, some people in Scotland and Wales wanted to be more independent with England, and political parties were created to defend the self-government of Scotland and Wales. This political parties were elected in the 70’s and started to protest against English Government. English Government finally accepted legislative decentralisation for Scotland and administrative decentralisation for Wales to pacify the situation. It should be recognized that at the beginning, devolution seemed to be a consolation prize because it wasn’t an English initiative. But since 1999, devolution has been progress, and the separation of the powers is more equal. Nowadays, for example, all the government (Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) can manage of the agriculture: equality is an important value in the EU and English government officials also find advantages to this form of power. But some powers are still not devolved: English Government wants to keep the control of national policy. That means devolution can develop yet. At the beginning, devolution was just a way to fulfil the others. But with, the development of the EU and its egalitarian values, it’s become an important factor for the development of the UK. Some parts of the devolution process seem to be working, but not all because of the Brexit situation.
  3. Merci beaucoup. economical ou economic je me poserai toujours cette question....Alors que "policitical" est bon... Pas facile! Merci et bonne journée. Léonie.
  4. Bonjour monsieur, Voici les réponses aux questions ainsi qu'un Essay que je dois rendre pour mercredi. J'ai dans l'ensemble bien répondu aux questions mais je ne suis pas très contente de mon essay car je n'avais pas beaucoup d'idée et je n'arrivais pas à les développer. Merci beaucoup pour tout l'aide que vous m'apportez. Léonie. Questions: 1) The prime minister, Theresa May, has to satisfy the Tory in favour of Brexit and the Tory who want to stay in the EU: Leavers prefer to take their time for the negotiations, and Remainers want good trades to stay near to the EU. 2) After the referendum for the Brexit, some countries members of the EU change their point of view about Britain: they think the Brexit in the UK brings a separation about the population and an economic crisis. 3) With the Brexit, the migration system in Britain was changed. But the journalist thinks the UK has to open its borders to qualified people because they can influence and develop the economy with their pieces of knowledge. 4) Even though Theresa May’s politic was a positive result during first 100 days, the columnist estimates the prime minister has difficulties to deal with the EU: she must work to save Britain of a hard Brexit. Essay: “Britain should continue to be a magnet for skilled migrants from Europe and the rest of the world” Discuss. Today, it’s not unusual to meet people with another nationality in our countries. This exchange of population is now possible with the development of means of transport and communication. With Brexit, Britain will change its migration policy and stop a part of population movement. But it can be a problem for qualified people who can bring economic, political and social pieces of knowledge. Britain should continue to open its border to skilled people? Generally, most qualified people prefer to travel abroad and develop their company in different countries. In Britain, there are a lot of international firms, and people who worked into can develop the economy with merchandise flows and particularly capital flows. If these companies are big, they can influence too policy and diplomacy with their impact in Britain (for example they can negotiate some tax) and in the rest of the world (with commercial relationship). But with Brexit, Britain will impose new taxes and rules, and it’s a problem for international firms who own factories and head offices in the country. Besides, skilled people can influence to the population because they have a different culture. Foreigners have to develop their social integration, and they can share their culture with language, food, tradition… This will spread social mix with different level: in cities, districts and especially in a school with foreigners children. Britain has to work about its migration policy to continue to develop this kind of exchange (economic, political, cultural) because it’s essential for the development of the country. We have taken the example of Britain, but exchanges are important too for the development of all countries in the world.
  5. Fiona766

    Dialogue à faire

    Merci beaucoup et très bonne journée, Léonie.
  6. Fiona766

    Dialogue à faire

    Bonjour Monsieur, Voici le dialogue en pièce jointe. Il n'est pas encore terminé mais il ne manque pas grand chose. Merci pour votre correction et vos conseils, bonne journée Léonie. dialogue Dana T.Payne.docx
  7. Merci beaucoup et bonne soirée, Léonie.
  8. Fiona766

    Brexit

    Bonjour, je viens de poster un document à corriger et me laisser encore submergée avec les devoirs à faire pendant les vacances, les devoirs à préparer pour les DS etc...Je dois revoir mon organisation me dit ma maman. I try to think in English, it's not so easy!! Have a nice day Mr JRB
  9. Bonjour, Nous avons fait un débat en classe avant les vacances, et pour vendredi, je dois faire un rapport de ce débat. Le voici en pièce jointe. Serait-il possible de le corriger pour vendredi ? Je poste tardivement mais je peux vous assurer que nous sommes submergés de travail.. C'est un travail très court! Bonne journée Léonie rapport débat en classe.docx
  10. Fiona766

    Brexit

    Merci beaucoup Monsieur, C'est affreux. Oui effectivement me relire serait bon, je vous avoue que nous sommes sublmergés par toutes les matières et on fait vite ...etc.. L'avantage est que je comprends mes fautes. Je pense toujours trop en français. Y aurait-il une méthode? Bonne journée, Léonie.
  11. Fiona766

    Brexit

    Merci beaucoup de m'avoir corrigé (aussi vite) les questions. Je viens de terminer l'essay mais la correction que je dois rendre mercredi. Je pense que il y a des fautes, surtout au niveau des tournures de phrases mais je n'ai pas réussi à les tourner autrement. Thank you so much and have a nice weekend (with the sun !!!) =). Léonie Essay Brexit.docx Monsieur, J'écris très mal. Je viens de terminer l'essai que je dois rendre mercredi. Vous avez le temps de corriger d'ici mardi. Voilà ce que je vouslais dire dans mon précédent message. Have a nice weekend, Best Regards, Léonie.
  12. Fiona766

    Brexit

    Hello Monsieur, Je viens de finir toutes les questions sur le texte (compréhension écrite). Je pense que je vais travailler sur l'essay demain, et je vous tiens au courant sur le site. 1) In the UK, leaving the European Union was very improbable. But when David Cameron tried to negotiate some rules and taxes with the EU, the négociations changed the point of view of Britain with Brexit. And that's why the majority voted for Brexit. 2)If the UK leaves the EU, British people will be affected. With Brexit, the government will impose economics directives to prevent an economic crisis. And because of this procedure, the standard of living will be lowering or lower?. 3)People who are opposed to the EU want more advantages and pay less because they find Britain pays too much on the EU's budget. Moreover, Eurosceptics complain Brussels doesn't give attention to Britain's projects. 4) If Britain wants to keep a good impact with other countries (economically and commercially), it has to do new deals. Because with Brexit, agreements with the EU and TTIP will be canceled. Voila, pour le moment. J'ai corrigé certains mots avec le correcteur de E-Bahut que j'ai mis en gras...the UK, the majority.. Thanks you and have a nice weekend =)
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    Brexit

    bonjour, Merci beaucoup pour la correction. le fameux The qui me pénalise tant et pourtant j'ai une règle d'omission et de cas où je dois le mettre....J'enverrai la suite lorsque je serai plus inspirée. Bonne journée. Léonie.
  14. Fiona766

    Brexit

    Voici le travail que j'ai commencé à faire , il s'agit d'un essay. il ne faut pas détailler le plan du développement dans l'introduction. Je suis un peu perturbée par cela. Si vous avez des liens concernant cette question, je regarderai également. Je vous remercie beaucoup pour la correction de mon début de devoir et vos idées toujours très utiles. Léonie. Le sujet: Should continuing membership in the EU be put to a popular vote? La poursuite de l’adhésion à l’UE devrait-elle être soumise à un vote populaire? - Ai-je bien compris? 1) In the UK, leaving the European Union was very improbable. But when David Cameron tried to negociate some rules and taxes with EU, the negotiations change the point of view of Britain with the Brexit. And that's why a majority vote for Brexit > Essay: introduction EU was created in 1957, with the Tract of Rome, and signed by six counties. Today, the EU is composed of twenty eight nations. Lots of country want to enter in the EU, but some of them, like Turkey, connot come into because they don't respect human's right or they don't have a good economic situation. On the contrary, Great Britain wants to leav UE, after a referendum. > Pour la fin de la conclusion, je ne sais pas si je dois juste poser la problématique du sujet ou déjà donner mon avis sur le sujet. > And like Great Britain, should members of the EU have to do a popular > vote to stay in UE ? or > But I think members of EU haven't to do a popular vote to stay in EU.
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    Oral à corriger S.V.P.

    Merci beaucoup et de très bonnes fêtes à vous et votre famille. Théo.
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