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Doit-on employer a/an ou one ?
Message de marie11 posté le 01-02-2007 à 19:14:26 (S | E | F | I)

Bonjour.

En français on ne fait aucune distinction sur l'emploi de un ou une.

Il y a UNE pomme dans le bol.
Il n'y a qu'UNE pomme dans le bol.

En anglais on fait la distinction entre a/an et one.
Voici la traduction des phrases ci-dessus.

There is AN apple in the bowl.
There is only ONE apple in the bowl.

Voici deux autres exemples :

Je vais te dire UNE chose. <───> I'll tell you ONE thing.
UN jour tu le regretteras. <───> ONE day you'll regret this.

For intermediate students of English.
Correction : mardi 6 février.


Complétez le texte suivant à l'aide a/an ou one.

..?..day last year - It was ..?..very hot afternoon in June - I was hurrying to get home. I was about ..?..hour late - well, to be precise, exactly ..?..hour and ten minutes: I had taken the train that arrived at the station at 6.15.
Anyway, there was..?..woman standing under the trees, and here were several children with her.I saw ..?..child clearly - she was ..?..lovely dark-haired girl- but I only heard the others. Suddenly..,.. strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leaves out of her pocket, and threw..?..stone after another into the air.


Réponse: Doit-on employer a/an ou one ? de magstmarc, postée le 01-02-2007 à 22:34:32 (S | E)
again Marie.
Celui-là a l'air plus facile, mais c'est sûrement pour tromper l'ennemi

One day last year - It was a very hot afternoon in June - I was hurrying to get home. I was about one hour late - well, to be precise, exactly one hour and ten minutes: I had taken the train that arrived at the station at 6.15.
Anyway, there was a woman standing under the trees, and here were several children with her.I saw a child clearly - she was a lovely dark-haired girl- but I only heard the others. Suddenly a strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leaves out of her pocket, and threw one stone after another into the air.


See you


Réponse: Doit-on employer a/an ou one ? de marrina, postée le 01-02-2007 à 23:03:55 (S | E)
hello Marie

one day last year - It was a very hot afternoon in June - I was hurrying to get home. I was about one hour late - well, to be precise, exactly one hour and ten minutes: I had taken the train that arrived at the station at 6.15.
Anyway, there was a woman standing under the trees, and here were several children with her.I saw one child clearly - she was a lovely dark-haired girl- but I only heard the others. Suddenly a strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leaves out of her pocket, and threw one stone after another into the air.


for the exercise


Réponse: Doit-on employer a/an ou one ? de aaya, postée le 01-02-2007 à 23:19:20 (S | E)
Hello Marie
j'essaye de le compléter même si j'ai des doutes
one day last year - It was a very hot afternoon in June - I was hurrying to get home. I was about an hour late - well, to be precise, exactly one hour and ten minutes: I had taken the train that arrived at the station at 6.15.
Anyway, there was a woman standing under the trees, and here were several children with her.I saw one child clearly - she was a lovely dark-haired girl- but I only heard the others. Suddenly..,a strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leaves out of her pocket, and threw a stone after another into the air.



Réponse: Doit-on employer a/an ou one ? de lakata, postée le 02-02-2007 à 12:07:06 (S | E)
Bonjour, marie11 !

(Ce sont sans doute les dégâts que certains d'entre nous ont infligés au "century" de votre exercice sur le futur qui vous auront inspirée, non ?)

So, let's go !

One day last year - it was a very hot afternoon in June - I was hurrying to get home. I was about an hour late - well, to be precise, exactly one hour and ten minutes : I had taken the train that arrived at the station at a quarter past 6.
Anyway, there was a woman standing under the trees, and here were several children with her. I saw ( could see ?) one child clearly - she was a lovely dark-haired girl - but I only heard ( could only hear ?)the others. Suddenly, a strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leaves out of her pocket and threw one stone after another into the air.

Not as easy as it looks !

Thank you , Marie.


Réponse: Doit-on employer a/an ou one ? de hotmustard, postée le 02-02-2007 à 14:16:49 (S | E)
one day last year - It was a very hot afternoon in June - I was hurrying to get home. I was about one hour late - well, to be precise, exactly one hour and ten minutes: I had taken the train that arrived at the station at 6.15.
Anyway, there was a woman standing under the trees, and here were several children with her.I saw one child clearly - she was a lovely dark-haired girl- but I only heard the others. Suddenly a strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leaves out of her pocket, and threw one stone after another into the air.
See you around...




Réponse: Doit-on employer a/an ou one ? de fik, postée le 02-02-2007 à 16:20:37 (S | E)
Mes reponses

One day last year - It was a very hot afternoon in June - I was hurrying to get home. I was about one hour late - well, to be precise, exactly an hour and ten minutes: I had taken the train that arrived at the station at 6.15.
Anyway, there was a woman standing under the trees, and here were several children with her.I saw one child clearly - she was a lovely dark-haired girl- but I only heard the others. Suddenly a strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leaves out of her pocket, and threw one stone after another into the air.

Cdt


Réponse: Doit-on employer a/an ou one ? de solmaz, postée le 02-02-2007 à 17:35:05 (S | E)
Bonjour,

One day last year - It was a very hot afternoon in June - I was hurrying to get home. I was about an hour late - well, to be precise, exactly one hour and ten minutes: I had taken the train that arrived at the station at 6.15.
Anyway, there was a woman standing under the trees, and here were several children with her.I saw one child clearly - she was a lovely dark-haired girl- but I only heard the others. Suddenly a strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leaves out of her pocket, and threw one stone after another into the air.

Merci




Réponse: Doit-on employer a/an ou one ? de coferam, postée le 02-02-2007 à 18:30:19 (S | E)

Bonsoir Marie11,

One day last year- It was a very hot afternoon in June- I was hurrying to get home.I was about one hour late- well, to be precise, exactly one hour and ten minutes :I had taken the train that arrived at the station at 6.15.
Anyway, there was a woman standing under the trees, and here were several children with her.I saw one child clearly-she was a lovely dark-haired girl-but I only heard the others. Suddenly a strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leaves out of her pocket, and threw one stone after another into the air.

Et Merci.



Réponse: Doit-on employer a/an ou one ? de mp27, postée le 03-02-2007 à 17:21:33 (S | E)
Hello marie11 & good afternoon!

Here is the little story:

One day last year -it was a very hot afternoon in June- I was hurrying to get home. I was about an hour late -well, to be precise, exactly one hour and ten minutes: I had taken the train that arrived at the station at 6.15.
Anyway, there was a woman standing under the trees, and here were (there were, I suppose?) several children with her. I saw one child clearly -she was a lovely dark-haired girl- but I only heard the others. Suddenly a strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leaves out of her pocket, and threw one stone after another into the air.

Thank you!


Réponse: Doit-on employer a/an ou one ? de anafati1, postée le 04-02-2007 à 13:15:15 (S | E)
hello marie

one day last year - It was a very hot afternoon in June - I was hurrying to get home. I was about an hour late - well, to be precise, exactly one hour and ten minutes: I had taken the train that arrived at the station at 6.15.
Anyway, there was a woman standing under the trees, and here were several children with her.I saw one child clearly - she was a lovely dark-haired girl- but I only heard the others. Suddenly a strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leaves out of her pocket, and threw a stone after another into the air.




Réponse: Doit-on employer a/an ou one ? de iry43, postée le 05-02-2007 à 03:20:39 (S | E)
Hello marie11,

One day last year.- It was a very hot afternoon in June.- I was hurrying to get home. I was about one hour late - well, to be precise exactly an hour and ten minutes. I had taken the train that arrived at the station at 6.15
Anyway, there was a woman standing under the trees and here were several children with her. I saw a child clearly - she was a lovely dark-haired girl- but I only heard the others.Suddenly, a strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leave out of her pocket, and threw one stone after another into the air.

Thank you very much.


Réponse: Doit-on employer a/an ou one ? de marie11, postée le 06-02-2007 à 08:14:26 (S | E)
Bonjour.

Voici quelques directives qui vous permettront d'employer one à bon escient.

On utilise one dans les cas suivants :
- par contraste avec another ou other(s)
One girl wanted to go out, but the others wanted to stay at home.
- Dans l'expression one day
One day I'll take you to meet my family.
- Avec hundred et thousand et d'autres mots, lorsqu'on veut préciser les choses.
« How many are there ? About a hundred ? » Exactly one hundred and three.
- Dans les expressions telles que : only one and just one.
We've got plenty of sausages, but only one egg.

Voici la correction.

One day last year - It was a very hot afternoon in June - I was hurrying to get home. I was about an hour late - well, to be precise, exactly one* hour and ten minutes: I had taken the train that arrived at the station at 6.15.
Anyway, there was a woman standing under the trees, and there were several children with her. I saw one child clearly - she was a lovely dark-haired girl-but I only heard the others. Suddenly a strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leaves out of her pocket, and threw one stone after another into the air.

* an est aussi possible, mais il est préférable d'employer one.

Je vous remercie de votre participation.


Réponse: Doit-on employer a/an ou one ? de fonfon, postée le 02-03-2007 à 10:09:15 (S | E)
One day last year - It was a very hot afternoon in June - I was hurrying to get home. I was about ane hour late - well, to be precise, exactly ane hour and ten minutes: I had taken the train that arrived at the station at 6.15.
Anyway, there was a woman standing under the trees, and here were several children with her.I saw a child clearly - she was a lovely dark-haired girl- but I only heard the others. Suddenly a strange thing happened. The girl took some stones and leaves out of her pocket, and threw one stone after another into the air.






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