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Bonjour 

je devrais répondre aux questions du compréhension et faire les deux expressions. Je m'en excuse d'avance pour les marque de stylo  ( c'était pour me repérer). 

Merci de votre compréhension , ce devoir est à rendre pour Jeudi . 

1) This text is an autobiographical narrative for justify this we can take the quoting : " I have never liked to ask" l.2

2)The name charecters are : Buttercup who is boarding school zoology teacher of Desmond Morris who is a student , shy , and quiet

3) The five phrases showing how much the narrator admired Buttercup : " He taught (...) subject (l.9) , " And (..) chance " (l12) , "There was (..) charm(l15) , "He was (..) " (l17 -18), " I was (...) before " (l26) .

4) According to the narrator the facts that show that Buttercup is a minor genius are that he taught like no other teacher, he teach with a lot of passion and determination.He think he was a real person with strong feelings , eccentrically ingnoring the usual school - master by " from" 

 

5) According to the narrator, the principale of Buttercup and the fact that it is impossible to study the zoology , for Buttercup , the bestvay to learn is to ask yourself questions about and communicate with oneself.

6) " His unorthodox (..) scientists " , l.9 , " other (..) thinking " l.21

 

7) A) = False : " the 18 th of September 1941, my first day away at boarding school" (l26) 

B= True : " , I had  never been away from my parents for  single " l.29

C= true "we had hardly travelled at all in those lean, despondent times" l.30

D= false : " As an only child , growing up in the depression years of the thirties " l.28

E=false : " my preocupation with my private world of animals had made me increasingly withdrawn" 31.

f=true :" i loathed the idea  of going away to school , but my parents were determined that I should have a better education than the local Swindon institutions could "l33

g=true : "  my father was  sufficiently concerned about my attitude " l35

 

8) So they concluded that their son is becoming a very private person , very shy because of his education in local Swindon institution and they belived that he could have a better education in a boarding school. 

9) " The truth  was that I did not lack faith (l.42) , " But certainy (..) foreboding  (l45)

10) The narrator gives us an undecided picture of him, he looks lost and he can not make his own decisions they let these parents decide in his place and he does not express his feelings, so we don't really understand what he really wants and thinks. 

 

EXPRESSION:

1) 

I think that believing in yourself is the key to success, otherwise what is the good thing if we do not trust ourselves? Yes, the lack of trust is very important because it controls us in everyday life and in our private life. Therefore Denis Morris did not lack confidence but ego of a rather pyschological field, he is a rather reserved student that he does not see too much what is happening in front of him and when there is some he feels frightened by fear because he is too reserved and locked up against him. He spends his time with his pets, which can be a motivation of confidence for himself. We could also say that he did not like school, maybe he had the phobia of the school needed someone more comfortable by his side, understandably like teachers who could understand his situation to help him for his success may be from what he thinks.

2)

I agree with the fact that a good teacher is someone who teaches you to ask yourself questions because otherwise what is the point of being a teacher ?Teachers teach eduque his students, accompagne them, and mostly they encouraging to give their best of themlike we can see with Buttercup and all his students like desmond Morris.Buttercup was saying that all he could do was teach his to learn, to make them us proficient at asking ourselves questions. That's the thing that every teacher in this world should say to his student. Dicover new cultures,and new people all unique, be curious about how our world work, sharing what we learn and know with everyone, according to me, this is what student have to do to become real people with real feelings with a real personnality. A real teacher is not someone who just teaches you is someone who teache you to be curious and good with others people.

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Bonjour,

1) This text is an autobiographical narrative: for to justify this we can take the quoting : " I have never liked to ask" l.2 < pour + infinitif = to + base verbale, c'est à mémoriser.

2)The name charecters are : Buttercup who is was the boarding school zoology teacher of Desmond Morris who is was a shy and quiet student in those days. < les adjectifs devant le nom et le passé puisqu'il évoque ses souvenirs de jeunesse.

3) The five phrases showing how much the narrator admired Buttercup : " He taught (...) subject (l.9) , " And (..) chance " (l12) , "There was (..) charm(l15) , "He was (..) " (l17 -18), " I was (...) before " (l26) . OK

4) According to the narrator the facts that show that Buttercup is was a minor genius are that he taught like no other teacher, he teach taught with a lot of passion and determination. He think he was a real person with strong feelings, eccentrically ingnoring the usual school - master by " from"  <??? Tu passes à côté de la réponse. C'était un "génie mineur" tout simplement parce que la zoologie était son sujet de prédilection et que Desmond se passionnait lui aussi pour la zoologie.

5) According to the narrator's opinion, the principale of Buttercup's two faults as a teacher and were the fact that it is impossible to study the zoology , for Buttercup  and that the bestvay to learn is was to ask yourself questions about and communicate with oneself. < Tu perds de vue que tu rapportes des évènements passés = >> prétérit.

6) " His unorthodox (..) scientists " , l.9 , " other (..) thinking " l.21

7) A) = False : " the 18 th of September 1941 was my first day away at boarding school" (l26) < Pour être correcte, une phrase exige un verbe.

B= True : " , I had  never been away from my parents for  single " l.29

C= true "we had hardly travelled at all in those lean, despondent times" l.30

D= false : " As an only child, growing up in the depression years of the thirties " l.28

E=false : " my preocupation with my private world of animals had made me increasingly withdrawn" 31.

f=true :" i I loathed the idea  of going away to school, but my parents were determined that I should have a better education than the local Swindon institutions could "l33 < Attention à cette faute grossière : le pronom sujet de la 1ère personne du singulier ne s'écrit qu'avec le I MAJUSCULE !

g=true : "  my father was  sufficiently concerned about my attitude " l35

< Si j'excepte les 2 "dérapages" signalés ci-dessus, tes 7 réponses sont correctes.

EXPRESSION:

1) 

I think that believing in yourself oneself is the key to success, otherwise what is the good thing if we do point of not trusting ourselves oneself? < Le pronom indéfini employé, quel qu'il soit, doit être de la même personne.  what's the point of + v-ing = à quoi cela peut-il bien servir de + infinitif  Yes, the lack of trust being self-confident is very important because it controls us in everyday life and in our private life. < Sois logique ! C'est la confiance en soi qui est importante... etc. Therefore Denis Morris did not lack confidence in himself but ego of he had a rather pyschological field ego, < Si j'ai bien compris ce que tu as voulu dire he is was a rather reserved student that he does not see too much didn't see very clearly what is was happening in front of him. < Tu es dans le récit d'évènements passés = prétérit ! > Nouvelle phrase, S.V.P. !   and So/That is the reason why/ he felt frightened  because he is was too reserved and locked up against him. He spent his time with his pets, which can could be a motivation for self-confidence for himself. We could also say that he did not like school, maybe he had the phobia of the school, he needed someone more comfortable by his side, understandably like teachers who could understand his situation to help him for his success may be from what he thinks thought.

Eh bien dis donc, te corriger n'est pas une sinécure ! :(

2)

I agree with the fact that a good teacher is someone who teaches you to ask yourself questions because otherwise what is the point of being a teacher? < Là par contre, tu marques un point ! ;)Mais la suite, hélas ! :angry:>  Teachers teach to  educate his their < L'adjectif possessif doit être accordé en nombre avec le possesseur students, accompany < Tu n'as aucun dictionnaire ? :rolleyes: them, and mostly they encourage them to give their best of themlike as we can see with Buttercup and all his students like desmond Morris. Buttercup was saying that all he could do was teach them to learn, to make them us proficient at asking ourselves themselves questions. That's the thing that every teacher in this world should say to his students. Discovering new cultures and new people all unique, being curious about how our world works, sharing what we learn and know with everyone, according to me, this is what students have to do to become real people with real feelings with a real personality. A real teacher is not someone who just teaches you, he/she is someone who teaches you to be curious and good with others people. < other est adjectif ici = invariable

Tu commets trop de fautes sur des notions de grammaire élémentaire.

Fais dès à présent toutes les révisons qui s'imposent en commençant par prendre en compte toutes mes observations, sinon tu cours droit à la catastrophe.

 

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Bonjour merci pour la  correction 

 . La professeur est absente Jeudi du coup le dm est à rendre pour Vendredi .

Vous seriez disponible à ce moment? Svp ce devoir est vraiment important , merci de votre compréhension ,JRB

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Bonsoir, 

D'abord , je vous remercie de votre temps consacrée merci infiniment!

J'ai deux questions: 

1.Est ce que j'ai des phrases à modifier ou c'est pour dans la correction que vous m'aviez proposer?

2. Comment puis - je surmonter mes fautes de notions en grammaire? Merci.

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il y a 48 minutes, Séphanie a dit :

Bonsoir, 

D'abord , je vous remercie de votre temps consacrée merci infiniment!

J'ai deux questions: 

1.Est ce que j'ai des phrases à modifier ou c'est pour dans la correction que vous m'aviez proposer?

Ma façon de faire est la suivante : je barre en rouge ce qui ne va pas et le fais suivre de la correction en vert.

2. Comment puis - je surmonter mes fautes de notions en grammaire? Merci.

Par exemple, en t'inscrivant sur https://www.anglaisfacile.com

(c'est gratuit) pour en exploiter ses multiples ressources en y travaillant assidûment sans oublier d'apprendre par coeur tous les verbes irréguliers, on n'a rien sans peine.

Bon courage.

 

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4) According to the narrator the facts that show that Buttercup is was a minor genius are that he taught like no other teacher, he teach taught with a lot of passion and determination. He think he was a real person with strong feelings, eccentrically ingnoring the usual school - master by " from"  <??? Tu passes à côté de la réponse. C'était un "génie mineur" tout simplement parce que la zoologie était son sujet de prédilection et que Desmond se passionnait lui aussi pour la zoologie.

ICI C'est ok ma réponse?

Et merci !:) je vais m'inscrire.

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