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Message de aimen7 posté le 07-01-2007 à 14:02:25 (S | E | F | I)

Bonjour,
Avec tous ces temps (passé, présent, futur), on s'y perd un peu, alors faisons le point. Il faut traduire les phrases suivantes en faisant le bon choix des temps. (Correction dimanche prochain).

1-Quelqu'un a pris ma montre.
2-Quand a-t-il téléphoné?
3-Il était en train de sortir quand l'incendie éclata.
4-Il quitta la maison quand l'incendie éclata.
5-Il venait de partir quand l'incendie éclata.
6-Ils marchaient depuis 3 heures quand il s'est mis à pleuvoir des cordes.
7-Dès que la pluie cessera, ils continueront leur promenade.
7-Ecoute! il parle de sa famille.
8-Il n'arrête pas d'interrompre.
9-Je coupe la télé, quelqu'un sonne à la porte.
10-Il y a 3 ans que je le connais.
11-Dépéchez vous! le train est sur le point de partir.
12-Ce soir, je vous emmene au théatre où la troupe d'Anglaisfacile joue Shakespeare.
13-Bridg est en ville? Alors nous l'inviterons.




Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de nick27, postée le 07-01-2007 à 14:39:24 (S | E)
Hello

1. Someone has taken my watch.
2. When did he call ?
3. He was leaving when the fire broke out.
4. He left the house when the fire broke out.
5. He had just left when the fire broke out.
6. They had been walking for 3 hours when it started to pour.
7. They will take up the walk as soon as it stops raining.
7'. Listen ! He's talking about his family.
8. He keeps cutting in.
9. I'll turn off the TV. Someone's ringing the doorbell.
10. I have known him for 3 years.
11. Hurry up ! The train is leaving/is about to leave.
12. Tonight I'm taking you all to the theater where the troupe of AnglaisFacile is playing Shakespeare.
13. Is Bridg in town ? Then we'll invite her.

Thank you for the exercise !


Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de zodiac97500, postée le 07-01-2007 à 15:15:57 (S | E)

Bonjour

1) Someone took my watch .
2) When did he called ?
3 He was leaving when the fire broke out .
4) He left the house when the fire broke out .
5) He had just left when the fire broke out .
6) They had been walking for three hours when it started to pour
7) When the rain stop , they will keep going their jaunt on
7) Listen ! He talks about his family
8) He can't stop breaking in
9) I shut the TV , someone ring at the door .
10) I have knonwn him for three years
11) Hurry up ! The train is ready to leave .
12) Tonight , I take you to the theather where Anglais facile's company is playing Shakepeare
13) Is Brigd in town ? We''ll invite her then .

Thank you Aimen7




Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de sandrineg, postée le 07-01-2007 à 17:08:21 (S | E)
1-Somebody has taken my watch.
2-When did he call ?
3-He was going out when the fire broke out.
4-He left the house when the fire broke out.
5-He had just gone out when the fire broke out.
6-They had been walking for 3 hours when it rained a lot.
7-As soon as the rain stops, they will keep on going for their ride.
7-Listen ! he is talking about his family.
8-He doesn't stop breaking-in.
9-I turn off the TV, somebody is ringing at the door.
10-I know him for 3 years.
11-Hurry up ! The train is leaving.
12-This evening, I take you to the Theater where Anglaisfacile plays Shakespeare.
13-Is Bridg in town ? So we will invit her.

Bye for now.
Sandrine



Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de lethidee, postée le 07-01-2007 à 17:31:44 (S | E)
Hello Aimen

1)Someone has stolen my watch
2)When did he call ?
3)He was coming outside when the fire started
4) He left the house when the fire started
5)He had just left when the fire started
6)They were walking for 3 hours when it came down in buckets
7)As soon as the rain stop, they will go on their walk
8)Listen ! He is talking about his family
9)He doesn't stop to interrupt
10)I'm cutting off TV, somebody is ringing at my door
11)I have known him for 3 years
12)Hurry up ! The train is leaving
13)On this evening, I'm inviting everybody to the theater where the company of Anglaisfacile will play Shakespeare
14)Is Bridg in town ? Then, we'll invite her.


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Modifié par lethidee le 07-01-2007 20:33


Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de iry43, postée le 07-01-2007 à 18:41:45 (S | E)
Hello aimen7,

1. Someone has taken my watch. (stolen, si on sous-entend "voler")
2. When did he call?
3. He was going out , when fire has started.
4. He left the house , when fire has started.
5. He has left, when fire has started.
6. They were walking since three hours , when it came down in buckets.
7. As soon as the rain will stop, they'll continue their walk.
8. Listen! He is talking of your family.
9. He isn't stop to break off.
10. I'm shutting off the T.V., someone is knocking on the door.
11. I has known him since three years.
12. Hurry up! The train is about to leave.
13. This evening, I come out to the theater, where Anglais Facile's company plays Shakespeare.
14. Is Bridg in town? Then,we'll invite her.

Thanks a lot



Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de lakata, postée le 07-01-2007 à 18:48:15 (S | E)
Hello, aimen.

1) Somebody has taken my watch.
2) When did he call ?
3) He was going outside when the fire broke out.
4) When the fire broke out, he left the house.
5) He had just left when the fire broke out.
6) They had been walking for three hours when it started to pour with rain.
7) As soon as it has stopped raining, they will go on walking.
7 bis)Listen ! He's talking about his family.
8) He does keep on cutting/breaking in/into.
Into signifiant à mon avis qu'il interrompt la conversation "pour y entrer", c'est à dire pour prendre la parole. Mon raisonnement est-il correct ?
9) I'll switch the T.V. off, someone just rang ( the bell ).
10) It has been three years since I have known him. (Là, la durée est mise en valeur)
On peut bien sûr dire : I've known him for three years.
11) Hurry up ! The train is about to leave.
12) Tonight, I'm going to take you to the theater where the Anglaisfacile troupe is playing Shakespeare. ( my goodness...!)
13) Bridg is in town ? We'll ask her to our house, then.

Thanks a lot for this kind of exercise I love particularly.

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Modifié par aimen7 le 07-01-2007 20:00 You're welcome


Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de hotmustard, postée le 07-01-2007 à 20:14:00 (S | E)
hello aimen!
Somebody stole my watch.
When did he call?
He was leaving when the fire broke out
When the fire broke out, he went out.
He had just left when the fire broke out.
They had been walking for three hours when it started raining cats and dogs.
As soon as the rain stops, they will keep going walking.
Listen, he's speaking about his family.
He can't stop interrupting.
I switch off the TV, there is somebody ringing at the door.
I met him three years ago.
Hurry up! The train is leaving.
Tonight I'll take you to the theatre and see Anglaisfacile company playing Shakespeare.
Thank you aimen!



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Modifié par hotmustard le 07-01-2007 20:14


Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de marie11, postée le 07-01-2007 à 22:12:19 (S | E)
Bonjour aimen.

1- Someone's taken/stolen my watch.
2- When did he phone ?
3- He was going out when the fire broke out.
4- He left the house when the fire broke out.
5- He had just left when the fire broke out.
6- They had been walking for three hours when it started to bucket down.
7- They'll go on strolling as soon as the rain stops.
7'-Listen ! He is telling about his family.
8- He keeps interrupting.
9- I switch off the TV set, someone is ringing at the door.
10-It is three years since I have known him.
11- Hurry up ! The train is about to leave / The train's just going to leave.
12- Tonight, I intend to take you to the theatre, where the company of anglaisfacile performs a play of Shakespeare.
13-Bridg is in town ,is she? So we'll invite her.


Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de cat3, postée le 08-01-2007 à 12:31:24 (S | E)
Bonjour Marie

1 Simeone took my watch
2 When did he call?
3 He was leaving when the fire broke out
4 He left the house,when the fire broke out
5 He had just left when the fire broke out
6 They were walking for 3 hours when it rained a lot
7 As soon as the rain will stop,they will continue their walk
7 Listen he is talking about his family
8 He doesn't stop to interrupt fhe conversation
9 I turn off the TV,someone ring at the door
10 I knew him;3 years ago
11 hurry up,the train is leaving
12 This evening,I take you to the teater,where the compagnie Anglaisfacile Is playing Shakespeare
13 Is Bridg in town?So,we will invite her


Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de pepe69, postée le 08-01-2007 à 14:32:06 (S | E)
Hello aimen,
Here is my try:
1. Somebody has taken my watch.
2. When did he phone?
3. He was going out when the fire broke out.
4. He left the house when the fire broke out.
5. He had just gone when the fire broke out.
6. They were walking for three hours when it began to rain cats and dogs.
7A. As soon as the rain stops, they will continue on their walk.
7B. Listen! He is talking about his family.
8. He just never stops to interrupt.
9. I turn off the TV, somebody is ringing at the door.
10. I know him for three years.
11. Hurry up! The train is just about to leave.
12. This evening, I will take you to the theatre where the company of Anglaisfacile is playing Shakespeare.
13. Is Bridg in the city? Then, we will invite her.
aimen
pepe69



Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de mp27, postée le 08-01-2007 à 15:36:31 (S | E)
Hello aimen7!
1) Someone's taken my watch
2) When did he phone?
3) He was just going out when the fire broke out.
4) He left the house when the fire broke out
5) He had just left when the fire broke out.
6) They had been walking for 3 hours when the rain suddenly came pouring down.
7) As soon as it stops raining, they will carry on their walk
8) Listen! he is talking about his family!
9) He keeps on interrupting.
10) That's the doorbell ringing / There's the doorbell! I'll switch off the telly.
11) I've known him for 3 years.
12) Hurry up! the train's about to leave.
13) Tonight, I'm taking you to the theatre where the AF Company will be performing a play by Shakespeare.
Il serait aussi possible de dire-->.......... is playing Shakespeare.
14) Is Bridg in town? All right then, we'll invite her.

Many thanks for this kind of exercise!
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Modifié par mp27 le 08-01-2007 21:23


Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de adamolma4, postée le 08-01-2007 à 19:50:40 (S | E)

Hello aimen,

1) Someone has taken my watch
2) When did he call?
3)He was going out when the fire broke out
4) He went out when the fire broke out
5) He had just gone out when the fire broke
6) They were walking for three hours when it started to rain cats and dogs
7) As soon as it stops raining, they will carry on their walk
8) Listen! he is talking about his family
9) he never stops interrupting
10)I'll switch off the TV, someone is ringing at the door
11) I've known him for three years
12) Hurry up! the train is about to leave
13)tonight, I am taking you to the theatre where the anglaisfacile company is going to perform a play by Shakespeare
13) Is Bridg in town? well, we will invite her.

Merci aimen et à bientôt


Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de milou, postée le 10-01-2007 à 12:43:04 (S | E)
Hello,
1-someone took my watch. 2-When did it telephone? 3 it was leaving when the fire burst. 4 it left the house when the fire burst. 5 it had just left when the fire burst. 6 had gone for 3 a.m. when it started to be raining cats and dogs. 7-as of the rain will cease, they will continue their walk. 7-listening! it speaks about its family. 8 it does not stop stopping. 9 I cut the TV, somebody sounds with the door. 10 it has 3 years there that I know it. 11-Dépéchez! the train is about to leave. 12 it evening, I take you along to the théatre where the troop of Anglaisfacile plays Shakespeare. 13-Bridg is downtown? Then will invite we it.
MERCI


Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de coferam, postée le 12-01-2007 à 16:40:58 (S | E)
Bonjour Aimen7,

1 / Somebody has taken up my watch.
2 / When did he phone ?
3 / He was going out when the fire broke out.
4 / He left the house when the fire broke out.
5 / He had just left when the fire broke out.
6 / They had been walking for 3 hours when it started to rain in buckets.
7 / As soon as the rain stop, they will keep on their stroll.
7 / Listen ! He is talking from his family.
8 / He is keeping on breaking.
9 / I turn off TV, sombody is ringing at the door.
10 / I Have known him for three years.
11 / Hurry up ! the train is going to start.
12 /This night,I take along you to the theatre where the Englisheasy band plays Sh.
13 / Bridg is in town ? Then we will invite her.

Et Merci.



Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de whynot95, postée le 14-01-2007 à 03:51:06 (S | E)
Hello Aimen.

1. Someone has taken my watch.
2. When did he phone?
3. He was going out when the fire broke out.
4. He left the house when the fire broke out.
5. He had just left when the fire broke out.
6. They had been walking for three hours when it started to rain cats and dogs.
7. They will go on their walk as soon as the rain stops.
7bis. Listen! He is talking about his family.
8. He keeps on interrupting.
9. I'll turn off the TV. Someone is ringing at the door.
10. I have known him for 3 years.
11. Hurry up! The train is about to leave.
12. Tonight I am taking you to the theatre where the company of AnglaisFacile is playing Shakespeare.
13. Is Bridg in town? Then we will invite her.

Thanks a lot.


Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de fenics, postée le 14-01-2007 à 15:43:03 (S | E)
Hello aimen,

Here is my suggestion:

1)Someone has taken my watch.
2)When did he phone?
3)He was getting out when the fire broke out.
4)He left the house when the fire broke out.
5)He had just left when the fire broke out.
6)They had been walking for three years when it started raining dogs and cats.
7)They will resume their walk as soon as the rain finishes.
8)Listen! He's talking about his family.
9)He doesn't stop interrupting.
10)I'll swith off the telly, someone is ringing at the door.
11)I've known him for three years.
12)Hurry up! The train is about to leave.
13)Tonight, I'm taking you away at the theater where the troupe of Anglaisfacile plays Shakespeare.
14)Bridg is in town? So we'll invite her.

See you.

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Modifié par fenics le 14-01-2007 15:43


Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de aimen7, postée le 15-01-2007 à 19:56:05 (S | E)
Bonsoir,
J'ai un petit retard dans la livraison de la correction de mon exercice, je m'en excuse. Oserais-je vous priez de patienter encore jusqu'à demain, en vous remerciant de votre participation.


Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de hotmustard, postée le 15-01-2007 à 20:03:03 (S | E)
hello aimen,
Bien entendu! prends ton temps mais ne nous laisse pas tomber!


Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de aimen7, postée le 16-01-2007 à 21:15:51 (S | E)
Bonsoir,
Thank you so much for being patient, here is the correction at last.
En général, vous les maîtrisez assez bien ces méchantes bêtes que sont les temps, bravo.
1-Quelqu'un a pris ma montre.
Someone has taken my watch. Present perfect: Peu importe qui, quand, comment, ou pourquoi. Ce qui importe c’est que l’évènement a eu lieu, et non les circonstances de l’évènement. On constate dans le présent ce qui c’est passé.

2-Quand a-t-il téléphoné ?
When did he call ? Prétérit : Les circonstances de l’action (date, lieu…) sont importantes.

3-Il était en train de sortir quand l'incendie éclata.
He was leaving when the fire started/broke out : Past continuous/Prétérit : On insiste sur le déroulement de l’action (was leaving) à un moment donné du passé (started). 2 actions s’opposent ici, l’une est inachevée et a une durée et l’autre est rapide (started).

4-Il quitta la maison quand l'incendie éclata.
He left the house when the fire started. Les 2 actions sont au prétérit car elles sont consécutives et ponctuelles.

5-Il venait de partir quand l'incendie éclata.
He had just left when the fire started/broke out : Past perfect/prétérit : On situe l’action (had left) avant une action (started) qui est un moment passé de référence.

6-Ils marchaient depuis 3 heures quand il s'est mis à pleuvoir des cordes.
They had been walking for three hours when it started to rain cats and dogs.
Past perfect continuous(imparfait français)/prétérit:
Ici, On s’intéresse à la durée ou au déroulement de l’action (had been walking) qui se produisait au moment dont on parle. L’action n’est pas terminée au moment que l’on considère, ils marchaient encore quand il s’est mis …

(They were walking for three hours when it began to rain cats and dogs). (were walking) : On parle d’une action qui était déjà en cours à un moment précis dans le passé. On se sert du past continuous pour décrire ce qu’ils faisaient…On n’insiste pas sur la durée comme avec « had been walking ».

7-Dès que la pluie cessera, ils continueront leur promenade.
When/as soon as it stops raining they will go on walking/continue walking/ continue (on) their way/carry on with their walk...
On emploie obligatoirement le présent dans une subordonnée de temps quelle que soit la forme utilisée pour exprimer le futur.
Se rappeler le proverbe : « When the cat is away, the mice will play.”, quand le chat n’est pas là les souris dansent.

7-Ecoute! il parle de sa famille.
Listen ! He is talking about his family. Present continuous: Il est en train de parler de sa famille. L’action a lieu au moment où l’on parle.

8-Il n'arrête pas d'interrompre.
He is always cutting in. Present continuous: C’est une action habituelle mais la forme en V-ing qui a une valeur fréquentative, permet d’ajouter une nuance d’obstination, d’irritation ou de reproche quand cette forme est accompagnée d’un adverbe comme always.

9-Je coupe la télé, quelqu'un sonne à la porte.
I switch off the T.V, someone is knocking at the door/ Present simple: On décrit une action en cours pour insister sur sa brièveté.

10-Il y a 3 ans que je le connais.
I have known him for 3 years: Present perfect: Action qui a commencé dans le passé et qui continue dans le présent.
11-Dépéchez vous! le train est sur le point de partir.
Hurry up ! The train is about to leave. (Be about to), l’évènement est imminent.



Réponse: Passé/Présent/Futur!! de aimen7, postée le 16-01-2007 à 21:27:51 (S | E)
Suite:

12-Ce soir, je vous emmene au théatre où la troupe d'Anglaisfacile joue Shakespeare.
Tonight, I’m taking you to the theater where the company of Anglaisfacile is playing Shakespeare. Present continuous : "I'm taking you" L’évènement est décidé et tellement sûr que c’est comme si c’était fait. "is playing", la troupe se produit en ce moment, tous les soirs au théatre.

13-Bridg est en ville? Alors nous l'inviterons.
Bridg is in town ? We shall/will invite her, then ( Futur, le fait de l’inviter fait l’objet d’une certitude ou d’une décision prise sur le champ.)

(Couper la parole à quelqu'un: To cut somebody short/to interrupt somebody.
Cut in : Intervenir dans une conversation.)
Voilà, merci de votre participation à tous.





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