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What/which
Message de aimen7 posté le 18-01-2007 à 21:59:05 (S | E | F | I)

Bonsoir,
Je vous propose ce petit exercice de traduction en employant dans les phrases les démonstratifs relatifs: what et which.
Correction vendredi prochain.

1-Ce qui me tracassait, c'était que je ne retrouvais pas mon passeport.
2-Tout ce que nous mangions provenait de boîtes de conserves.
3-Mon voisin joue du violon à 4 heures du matin, ce qui m'agace terriblement.
4-J'ai oublié ce dont vous m'avez parlé.
5-Ce que vous allez apprendre vous étonnera.
6-Nous avons ri, ce qui l'a rendu furieux.
7-Ce qui l'a vexé, c'est que nous avons ri.
8-Ils nous ont permis de visiter leur maison, ce dont nous les avons remerciés.
9-Il fait tout ce qui lui plait et ne se soucie pas de ce qu'en pensent ses parents.
10-Il s'est excusé très poliment, ce que nous avons tous apprécié.
11-Ce dont j'ai besoin, c'est un bon dictionnaire.
12-Ce que j'ai préféré, ce sont les clowns à la fin du spectacle.



Réponse: What/which de mp27, postée le 19-01-2007 à 01:03:25 (S | E)
Hello aimen7
1/ What bothered me was that I couldn't find my passport.
2/ Everything (which) we ate came from tins / Could "which" be redundant here? ->Everything we ate came from tins.
3/ My neighbour plays violin at 4 o'clock in the morning, which really gets on my nerves.
4/ I've forgotten what you told me.
5/ What you're going to learn will amaze you.
6/ We laughed, which made him furious.
7/ What annoyed / upset him is that we laughed (is the fact we laughed).
8/ They allowed us to visit their house, which we thanked them for.
9/ He does everything he pleases and doesn't care about what his parents think.
10/ He apologised very politely, which we all appreciated.
11/ What I need is a good dictionary.
12/ What I liked best were the clowns at the end of the show.

Many thanks for your exercise!


Réponse: What/which de iry43, postée le 19-01-2007 à 04:18:05 (S | E)
Hello aimen7,

1. What worried me that I found again my passport.
2. Everything , which we ate to came from cans.
3. My neighbour plays violin at 4 O'clock in the morning, which annoys me terribly.
4. I have forgotten what you told me.
5. Which you're going to learn will amaze you.
6. We laughed ,which made him furious.
7. Which hurts him,is that we laughed.
8. They allowed us to visit their house, which we thanked them.
9. He does everything, he pleases and doesn't worry about what his parents think.
10. He apologised very politely, which we all appreciated.
11. What I need is a good dictionary.
12. What I preferred, these were the clowns at the end of the show.
Thank you very much


Réponse: What/which de bramspsg, postée le 19-01-2007 à 09:37:58 (S | E)


1/ What bothered me was that I couldn't find my passport.
2/ Everything which we ate came from tins
3/ My neighbour plays violin at 4 o'clock in the morning, which really gets on my nerves.
4/ I 've forgotten what you told me.
5/ What you're going to learn will amaze you.
6/ We laughed, which made him furious.
7/ What annoyed / upset him is that we laughed (is the fact we laughed).
8/ They allowed us to visit their house, which we thanked them for.
9/ He does everything he pleases and doesn't care about what his parents think.
10/ He apologised very politely, which we all appreciated.
11/ What I need is a good dictionary.
12/ What I liked best were the clowns at the end of the show.




Réponse: What/which de nick27, postée le 19-01-2007 à 10:27:16 (S | E)
Hello aimen7 !

1. I couldn't find my passport; which worried me a lot.
2. Everything (which) we ate, came from cans.
3. My neighbor plays violin at 4 o'clock in the morning, which annoys me very much.
4. I've forgotten what you told me.
5. What you're going to learn will surprise you.
6. We laughed, which made him angry/furious.
7. What offended him is that we laughed.
8. They allowed us to see their house, what we thanked them for.
9. He does everything he wants and doesn't care about what his parents think.
10. He apologized very politely, which we appreciated a lot.
11. What I need is a good dictionary.
12. What I preferred were the clowns at the end of the show.


Thanks a lot !!
Bye



Réponse: What/which de fenics, postée le 19-01-2007 à 12:02:16 (S | E)
Hello aimen,

1)What worried me was I couldn't find my passport.
2)Everything we ate was coming from tinned food.
3)My neighbour plays the violin at 4 a.m; which irritates me extremely.
4)I forgot what you talked to me.
5)What you are going to learn will surprise you.
6)We laughed, which made him furious.
7)What upset him is we laughed.
8)They allowed us to visit their home, which we thanked them for it.
9)He does all he fancies and doesn't worry what his parents think about it.
10)He apologized very politely, which we all appreciated.
11)What I need is a good dictionary.
12)What I prefered were the clowns at the end of the show.

See you.


Réponse: What/which de sandrineg, postée le 19-01-2007 à 22:31:38 (S | E)

1-What it worried me, it was that I didn't find my passport.
2-All which we ate came from tins.
3-My neighbour usually plays violon at 4.00 AM which really annoys me.
4-I forgot what you told me.
5-What you are going to know will astonich you.
6-We laughed which made him furious.
7-What irked him is that we laughed.
8-They permitted us to visit their house which we thanked them for.
9-He does all he wants and doesn't worry what his parents think about.
10-He apologised politely which we all appreciated.
11-What I need, it's a good dictionary.
12-What I prefered were the clowns at the end of the show.

So long.
Sandrine



Réponse: What/which de pepe69, postée le 20-01-2007 à 09:56:02 (S | E)
Hello aimen.

1. What bothered me was I couldn't find again my passport.
2. All/Everything that we ate came from tins.("all what" est impossible).
3. My neighbour plays the violin at four in the morning which terribly gets on my nerves.
4. I have forgotten what you told me about.
5. What you are going to learn will astonish you.
6. We laughed which made him furious.
7. What hurted him is that we laughed.
8. They allowed us to visit their house which we thanked them for.
9. He does all that he likes and doesn't care about what his parents think.
10. He apologized very politely which we all appreciated.
11. What I need is a good dictionary.
12. What I preferred were the clowns at the end of the show.

With my best thanks.
Have a good weekend.



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Modifié par pepe69 le 20-01-2007 09:57

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Modifié par pepe69 le 27-01-2007 13:35


Réponse: What/which de sottephie, postée le 20-01-2007 à 10:47:11 (S | E)
Hello Aimen ,

1. What bothered me was that I couldn't find my passport.
2. Everything (that?) we ate came from tins.
3. My neighbour plays the violin at 4 a.m., which awfully annoys me!
4. I've forgotten what you told me.
5. What you're about to hear/learn will astonish you.
6. We laughed, which made him furious.
7. What offended him is that we laughed.
8. They allowed us to visit their house, which we thanked them for.
9. He does everything he likes without worrying about what his parents think.
10. He apologized very politely, which we all appreciated.
11. What I need is a good dictionary.
12. What I preferred were the clowns at the end of the show.

Merci pour votre exercice!


Réponse: What/which de magstmarc, postée le 20-01-2007 à 12:28:15 (S | E)
Hello Aimen

1-What worried me was that I couldn't find back my passport.
2-Everything we eated came out of tins. (je n'arrive pas à mettre un what ou un which là-dedans )
3-My neighbour plays the violin around 3 a.m., which really gets on my nerve.
4-I forgot what you told me about.
5-What you're going to learn will amaze you.
6-We laughed, which made him mad.
7-What irked him was our laughing.
8-They let us visit their house, which we thanked them for.
9-He does whatever he likes and doesn't bother about what his parents think of it.
10-He apologized very politely, which we all appreciated.
11-What I need is a good dictionary. (I sure do, Aimen! But I bought one at last!)
12-What I liked best was the clowns at the end of the show. (was ou were ??)


Aimen , see you


Réponse: What/which de coferam, postée le 21-01-2007 à 17:47:57 (S | E)
Bonjour Aimen7,

1 / What is worried me, was I didn’t get back my passport.
2 / All which we ate came from tins .
3 / My neighbour plays violin at four o’clock in the morning, which frightfully annoyes me.
4 / I have forgotten which you told me.
5 / What you are going to learn you will amaze.
6 / We have laughed, what made him furious.
7 / What miffed him, it is we laughed.
8 / They allowed us to visit their house, which we thanked them.
9 / He makes everything is attractive to him and doesn’t worry of what think his parents.
10 / He apologised very politely.
11 / Which I need, it is a good dictionary.
12 / What I preferred, they are the clowns at the end of the spectacle.

Merci.



Réponse: What/which de alice, postée le 21-01-2007 à 18:20:09 (S | E)
Hello aimen,

1- What worried me was I don't redovered my passport.
2- All that we ate came from tins.
3- My neighbour plays violin at four o'clock a.m. which irritate me terribly.
4- I forgate what we spoke to me about.
5- What your are going to learn of will surprise you.
6- We laughed, which made him furious.
7- What offended him was we laughed.
8- They allowed us to visit their house which we thanked them for.
9- He does all that he likes and doesn't care about what her parents think of
that.
10- He apologized very politely which we all appreciated.
11- What I need it's a good dictionnary. (OH OUI!)
12- What I prefered were the clowns at the end of the show.

Merci aimen. A bientôt.


Réponse: What/which de toulouse31, postée le 21-01-2007 à 19:15:45 (S | E)
1-What I was worry me, It was that I don't find again my passport.
2-Which all the things we ate came from of tinned food.
3-My neighbour plays violin at 4.am what I irritate me terribly.
4-I forgot which I spoke me.
5-What will you learn you'll surprise.
6-We were joking, which thing was furious him.
7-which it vex him, because we laught.
8-We permit us to visit their house which we tank them.
9-He does all he wants and he don't worry what his parents think.
10-What I prefered, threre were the clowns at the end of the show.


Réponse: What/which de hotmustard, postée le 22-01-2007 à 21:51:58 (S | E)
hello aimen7,
What worried me was that I couln't find my passport
We ate food which was all tinned ( )
My neighbour plays violin at 4 a.m. which gives me a lot of hassle.
I have forgotten what you told me
What you are going to learn will surprise you.
We laughed, which made him furious
What hurt his feelings is that we laughed
They allowed us to visit their house, which we thanked them for
He apologized very politely which we all appreciated
What I need, is a good diccionary
What I preferred were the clowns at the end of the show.


Thank you aimen7. see you soon!




Réponse: What/which de assa, postée le 23-01-2007 à 13:12:54 (S | E)
1- What bothered me was that I couldn't find my passport.
2- Everything we ate came from tins.
3- My neighbourght plays violin at 4'oclock in the morning, which really distirb me.
4-I have forgotten what you told me.
5- What you are going to learn will amaze you.
6- We laughed, which made him furious.
7- What offended him what we laughed.
8- They allowed us to visit their house, which we thanked them for.
9- He does everything he pleases and doesn't care about what his parents think.
10-He apologised very politely , which we all appreciated.
11- What I need is good dictionary.
12-What I liked best were the clowns at the end of the show.


Réponse: What/which de lakata, postée le 23-01-2007 à 15:34:02 (S | E)
Hello aimen !

1) What was worrying me was the fact I couldn't find my passport again.
2) Everything we ate was coming from tins.
( I don't see any way of using what or which in this sentence. I can't do anything else but wait for the correction !)
3) My neighbour is playing the violin at 4 o'clock in the morning, which really annoyes me.
4) I've forgotten what you told me about.
5) What you're going to hear will surprise you.
6) We laughed, which made him furious.
7) What hurted him is the fact we'd laughed
8) They let us go round their house, which we thanked them for.
9) He does what he likes without caring about what his parents are thinking of
10) He apologised very politely, which we all appreciated
11) What I need is a good dictionary. ( So, do I !)
12) What I liked best were the clowns at the end of the show.


Thanks a lot !


Réponse: What/which de abdoul1, postée le 23-01-2007 à 19:18:01 (S | E)
1. What fed me up is that i could not find my passport.
2.All what we ate was contained in tins.
3.My neighbour plays violin at four o'clock am , what makes me seriously angry.
4.I have forgoten what you talkted me about.
5. What you are going to hear will surprise you.
6. We laughed, which made him/her furious.
7. What upseted him/her was because we laughed.
8. They allowed us to visit their house, thing for which we thanked them.
9.He does all what he like and does not care about what his parents think of it.
10.He apologised very kindly,which we all appreciated.
11.What need is a good dictionary.
12.What I prfered was the clowns at the end of the show.



Réponse: What/which de annie, postée le 25-01-2007 à 14:40:08 (S | E)
Hello,
1) What worried me, was I didn’t find my passport.
2) All that we ate came from cans.
3) My neighbour plays the violin at 4 a m , which terribly irritates me.
4) I have forgotten what you talked to me.
5) What you are about to learn will astonish you.
6) We have laughed, which made him furious.
7) What upset him is we laughed.
8) We have been allowed by them to visit their house, which we thanked them about it. (???)
9) He makes all that he likes and doesn’t care about his parents thinking of it.
10) He apologized very politely, which all of us have enjoyed.
11) What I need is a good dictionary.
12) What I preferred are clowns at the end of the show.

Thanks



Réponse: What/which de whynot95, postée le 26-01-2007 à 05:16:38 (S | E)
Hello Aimen.

1. What bothered me was I couldn't find again my passport.
2. All that we ate came from tins. (I didn't find how to use what or which).
3. My neighbour plays violin at 4 in the morning which terribly gets on my nerves.
4. I've forgotten what you told me.
5. What you are going to learn will astonish you.
6. We laughed, which made him furious.
7. What offended him is that we laughed.
8. They allowed us to visit their house, which we thanked them for.
9. He does everything he likes and doesn't care about what his parents think.
10. He apologized very politely which all of us appreciated.
11. What I need is a good dictionary.
12. What I preferred were the clowns at the end of the show.

Thanks a lot.


Réponse: What/which de aimen7, postée le 26-01-2007 à 18:58:37 (S | E)
Bonsoir

Voici la correction de cet exercice et un grand merci pour votre large participation.
1-Ce qui me tracassait, c'était que je ne retrouvais pas mon passeport.
(Ce qui=What.), sujet.
What est sujet de was, il annonce quelque chose qui suit dans la 2ème proposition. Il n'a pas d'antécédent.
What worried/bothered me, was (that) I couldn't find my passport.

2-Tout ce que nous mangions provenait de boîtes de conserves. (Petit piège dans l’exercice).
(Tout ce que =Everything/All (that), that peut-être omis lorsqu’il est complément.
Jamais : All what.
Everything/All (that) we ate came from tins (of food).

3-Mon voisin joue du violon à 4 heures du matin, ce qui m'agace terriblement.
(Ce qui=Which), complément. Which résume la situation énoncée dans la 1ère proposition. Celle-ci constitue l’antécédent de which.
My neighbour plays THE violin at 4 o’clock in the morning, which annoys me terribly/ terribly gets on my nerves.

4-J'ai oublié ce dont vous m'avez parlé.
(Ce dont=What)
I have forgotten what you told me.

5-Ce que vous allez apprendre vous étonnera.
(Ceque=what)
What you are going to learn will amaze/surprise/astonish you.

6-Nous avons ri, ce qui l'a rendu furieux.
(Ce qui= which), complément.
We laughed, which made him furious/cross.

7-Ce qui l'a vexé, c'est que nous avons ri.
(Ce qui=what), sujet.
What made him upset/what upset/irritated/offended him...is that we laughed.

8-Ils nous ont permis de visiter leur maison, ce dont nous les avons remerciés.
(Ce dont=which), complément.
They allowed us to visit their house, which we thanked them for.

9-Il fait tout ce qui lui plait et ne se soucie pas de ce qu'en pensent ses parents.
He does whatever/everything/all (that) he likes and doesn’t care about what his parents think about it. (what=ce que)

10-Il s'est excusé très poliment, ce que nous avons tous apprécié.
(Ce que=which)
He apologized very politely, which we all were grateful for/which we all liked, appreciated.

11-Ce dont j'ai besoin, c'est un bon dictionnaire.
(Ce dont=what)
What I need is a good dictionnary. (« is « et non « it’s » car le pronom it ne s’emlpoie pas quand le sujet du verbe est une proposition commençant par “what”.

12-Ce que j'ai préféré, ce sont les clowns à la fin du spectacle.
(Ce que=what)
What I liked, enjoyed best/preferred WERE the clowns at the end of the show.
"Were" et non pas “was” car le verbe qui suit « what » peut s’accorder en genre et en nombre avec le nom qui suit. Donc « were » s’accorde avec « the clowns ».
(pas de pronom personnel devant le verbe “were”).voir 11
Voilà, n'hésitez pas à poser des questions. A bientôt.



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Modifié par aimen7 le 27-01-2007 07:51


Réponse: What/which de nihonchan, postée le 26-01-2007 à 21:38:07 (S | E)
Bonjour,

Pour la phrase 4, je dirais plutôt I have forgotten what you told me about, car I have forgotten what you told me serait mieux traduit par "J'ai oublié ce que vous m'avez dit"

Pour la dernière phrase, j'ajouterais "the most" à like et enjoy pour qu'ils aient vraiment le même sens que prefer.

L'exercice était très intéressant pour what et which !

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Modifié par nihonchan le 26-01-2007 21:38


Réponse: What/which de aimen7, postée le 27-01-2007 à 08:03:02 (S | E)
Bonjour,
Très juste nihonchan pour tes 2 remarques. J'avais oublié "best" après like et enjoy dans la phrase 12. "the most" est parfait aussi. "Tell about", phrase 4 est aussi correct. Thanks.




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