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  1. Bonjour à tous alors voilà j'aimerai savoir s'il n'y a pas de fautes dans ce petit commentaire sur "‘Why is William Shakespeare still popular today?’ ; merci d'avance I think Shakespeare is still popular today because Shakespeare is our mirror: it is in him and on him that we project or test our ways of understanding each other. Shakespeare not only had the most extensive lexicon a playwright could boast of, he was also a creator of language, both in terms of lexicon and in terms of expressions, shortcuts or stylistic or rhetorical extensions. All human beings can be found in his works. He knows how to write what the soul has of more beautiful and intelligent as well as ugly and stupid. Shakespeare's works are more flexible to work with and different nations of the world have been able to create adaptations that relate to their own history and cultural traditions.
  2. Ranio

    Correction / Macbeth

    Bonjour merci de votre correction , pour le texte mon professeur m'a aidé avant les vacances; et puis j'ai regardé plusieurs vidéos sur Macbeth pour avoir des termes précis et combler les trous ; donc je n'ai pas fait ça tout seul ; merci
  3. Ranio

    Correction / Macbeth

    Bonjour à tous, est-ce que vous pourriez me corriger ce texte sur Macbeth de William Shakespeare, merci beaucoup Summary of Shakespeare's play Macbeth is a tragedy by William Shakespeare written in 1606. Macbeth and Banquo are two generals in the service of Duncan, King of Scotland. They are loyal and brave. Returning from a victorious campaign against the rebels, they meet three witches in the moor who give them a prophecy: Macbeth will be made lord of Cawdor and become king, while Banquo will beget kings... Macbeth learns some time later that Duncan has named him Lord of Cawdor, thus fulfilling the first prophecy. The generals are gathered around Duncan who decides to stay in Macbeth's castle. Lady Macbeth receives a letter from her husband telling her about the prophecies of the witches. Impatient, she urges her husband to take his fate into his own hands and assassinate the king. She also suggests that he kill the guards to make them take responsibility for the crime. In his dreams, Macbeth sees a dagger that makes him think of crime. The arrival of King Duncan is foretold. At the instigation of his wife, Macbeth murders the king... Lady Macbeth enters the scene of the crime and stains the King's guards with blood to make them look like the murderers. Macduff and Lennox discover the crime and sound the alarm. There is great excitement in the castle. An old man and Roos talk about this mysterious murder. They also indicate that Malcolm and Donaldbain, Duncan's children, have run away. Macbeth ascended the throne. His wife suggests he eliminate Banquo and his son Fleanzio. Banquo, sensing dire plans, orders his son to flee. Macbeth has Banquo killed by his hired killers. During a banquet, the spectre of Banquo appears to Macbeth, who is delirious with guilt in front of his guests. Lady Macbeth tries to divert attention and calm him down. Macbeth decides to go back to the witches. The witches are gathered around a cauldron. They show Macbeth a series of apparitions and advise him to beware of Macduff, a nobleman who suspects him of the regicide. They assure him that he will be invincible as long as the forest of Birnam does not set out against him, and that no man "born of a woman" will be able to prevail over him. They also tell him again that Banquo's descendants will reign over Scotland. Lady Macbeth, for her part, urges her husband to eliminate Macduff, to set fire to his castle and to exterminate his entire family. Lady Macduff and her son are murdered by Macbeth's envoys. Macduff learns the horrible news and decides to join forces with Malcolm. He advises his people to camouflage themselves with tree branches from Birnam Forest. Lady Macbeth, sleepwalking, relives the crimes committed at her instigation, and dies. Macbeth remains convinced that the prophecies of the witches will be fulfilled. Hidden by the branches, Macduff's army advances and drives Macbeth's army into hiding. Macduff, facing his enemy, confesses to him that he was born by Caesarean section and was torn prematurely from his mother's womb, which explains the second enigma. He kills Macbeth. The victory is celebrated by exposing Macbeth's head on a spade. Malcolm, the rightful heir, is hailed king. Merci encore !
  4. Ranio

    Exercice les matériaux

    D'accord merci beaucoup
  5. Ranio

    Exercice les matériaux

    Ah d'accord je comprends et est-ce que 2.466*10^(43) molécules de O2 est le nombre vraiment exacte dans la réalité ?
  6. Ranio

    Exercice les matériaux

    ici : (Rterre+atmosphère)^3-Rterre)^3) pourquoi avoir mis 2 fois à la puissance 3 ?
  7. Ranio

    Exercice les matériaux

    D'accord je comprend mieux et pour la question de l'exo 2 vous avez utilisé le "hauteur de 80 % et de dioxygène (formule O2) à hauteur de 20 %. %. L’atmosphère terrestre sera supposée homogène et de hauteur h = 10 km. " ? Je n'arrive pas à comprendre quels données vous avez utilisé
  8. Ranio

    Exercice les matériaux

    Bonjour merci de votre réponse mais comment pourrais-je justifier les réponses ? sachant que c'est très important pour les profs Pour la 4 et la 3 je ne comprends pas comment vous trouver 40, Pour la question de l'exo 2 vous avez utilisé le "hauteur de 80 % et de dioxygène (formule O2)" ? Merci
  9. Ranio

    Exercice les matériaux

    Bonjour à tous ! Alors voilà j'ai deux exercices à faire en physique chimie , c'est un chapitre que l'on vient de commencer mais je comprends pas vraiment comment il faut raisonner; merci de bien vouloir m'expliquer ; voici l'exercice 1 : Questions : 1.Entre l'acier et le carbure de bore utilisé pour le découper, quel matériau doit être le plus dur ? 2. Justifier le choix du diamant pour réaliser la pointe utilisée pour mesurer la dureté de Vickers. Un laboratoire a mesuré la dureté Vickers de l'aluminium et du carbure de bore dans les mêmes conditions. La diagonale de l'empreinte laissée par le diamant sur l'aluminium est 10 fois plus grande que celle laissée sur le carbure de bore 3. Estimer la dureté du carbure de bore. 4. Conclure en comparant quantitativement les duretés de l'acier et du carbure de bore. Puis l'exercice 2: je n'ai vraiment rien compris
  10. Ranio

    Fautes

    D'accord merci beaucoup !
  11. Ranio

    Fautes

    Merci de votre correction et j'ai une question : est ce qu'on dit : he married Anne Hathaway. ou he got married with Anne Hathaway ? Voir divers emplois et exemples ci-dessous.
  12. Ranio

    Fautes

    Bonjour, merci pour votre correction ça m'a beaucoup servi est-ce que vous pourriez jeter un coup d'œil à cette biography pour les éventuelles erreurs ? Merci ; William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare is still famous today because he was, and still is, one of the best known writers in the English language. Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. He got married at 18 and had children (Hamnet, Shakespeare’s only son, died 11 years later). And then, Shakespeare moved to London, and became a rather famous actor there. He also wrote plays which everyone, rich and poor, even royalty, paid to watch. Then, Shakespeare was rich enough to help build a new theatre, called ‘The Globe’ in 1599 (The King's Men). Shakespeare wrote many different types of plays, for example with : Sad tragedies like Romeo and Juliet in 1597 (or Macbeth and Hamlet) , funny comedies like A Midsummer Night's Dream and important histories about kings like Henry V. He also wrote poetry and invented new words like « assassination », or « bedroom ». He truly changed the way we speak English. Shakespeare is one of the most influential English-language writers, and he is estimated to have contributed over 2,700 words to the language. His works consist of some 38 plays, 154 sonnets and several other poems(over 158 poems) His plays have been translated into every major modern language, and his plays have been performed more than any other playwright in history. Shakespeare died in Stratford-on-Avon on April 23, 1616, but his name, plays and poetry are still known all over the world today. Students learn about him at school and at university. People come from many countries to see where he lived and his plays are just as popular now as when they were first performed all those years ago. Today, Shakespeare’s plays are performed all over the world. Teachers in most English countries have been teaching his plays to students in their classrooms for a long time. They have also been made into many movies throughout the years. It seems Shakespeare’s reputation as a great writer will live on forever.
  13. Ranio

    Fautes

    Bonjour à tous je devais normalement avoir de l'aide avec mon professeur d'anglais sur ce travail mais on ne peut plus, alors si vous pourriez me corriger ce texte et me dire ce qui va ou pas merci beaucoup voici le texte : And then there's google ; did you know that before google used to be a simple internet search engine , but now it’s a famous world wide company, which created google earth ; that uses train planes automobiles to take pictures of the world. They mix them to create images. It's an application, which there is a map of the world, (the tool) it used to search places ansd we can see the world. This an app use all around the world to have news of the world.If you want to go soewhere google maps can help your way easily. On the one hand, it’s a good thing ; moreover everybody have phones today to use it. And if you are too poor to travel all around the world you can travel by google street views free, But on the other hand many people are nervous because google earth takes photos of your house. Criminals can use them to burgle your home, you can check on the world behind your desk. In my opinion Google is too powerful, google ot’s excluding its competitor websites, they stole informations, so i think google earth can be a good thing when it used correctly. Secondly, today there is a series of websites and applications that allows people to share informations, ideas, opinions, interrests everyday lije , photos and videos. The way we interact with people changing faster than we can imagine, people are loosing contact with other people ; the average person spends 4 years of their life on their phone. Social media wensite maybe are making us more social because it allows us to keep contact with your friends , maybe less because you are more involved with your phone, we loose contacts. People prefer sending messages. Social media has positive and negative aspects it depends on how we decide to use it. And finally , there's the fake news, did you know that 25°/° of high school students are no able to tell the difference between real and true, people believe fake news because they think internet doesn’t lie, people publish what they want. For example one day, a gunman went into a pizza restaurant and he shot because he thought Hillary Clinton was the head of a child abuse ring in this restaurant ; all of this happened because he read a fake news story in the social networks and he believed it. Before itw as difficult to spread fake news because newspaper were regulated but now with social media it’s more easy. To sum up in my opinion the web can have a good or a bad influence on today’s society it depends how we use it. When you use Social merdia for exampke to keep contact with people who are very far from you it’s positive for you. But in a society where everyone is using their phone it’s bad thig because we no longer benefit of people next to us. After, fake ews can have a bad influence on the society because we belive it so we must verify the source of the information. Finally we can decide to use web in the rifht way to limit their negative aspets in the society. Merci
  14. Ranio

    Commentaire

    Bonsoir merci de votre réponse ça ma beaucoup aidé du coup il y a plusieurs traductions possibles il faut juste que ce soit à peu près correct…. et élégant
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