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Message de gorgayles posté le 2004-10-21 23:24:03 (S | E | F | I)

Comme toutes les semaines voici un exercice de mon cour d’anglais du jour.

Mettre les verbes entre parenthèses au simple past ou au past perfect

On 28 September 2000the people of Danmark …(vote) ‘no » to joining the single European currency, the Euro. All the main political parties, the trade unions, the employers and the media…….(compaign) for a “yes” vote before the referendum. So why ….(the Dames/reject) the Euro?
Let’s look first at the economie background. For many years the Danish central bank …..(be) commited to keeping the value of the krone stable against the German mark, and this policy ….(be) very successful in maintaining stability and prosperity. Then the Euro was launched in January 1999. In the period after the launch the countries in the euro zone ….(perform) relatively well in economie terms. How ever by the time of referendum the euro ….(fall) significantly against the dollar, and the central banks of the U.S.A and Japan ….(be) forced to intervene in the foreign exchange markets to buy euro.
But the “no” campaign …..(focus) on national identity, not economie issues. In the end the Danes …..(make) then decision because they …..(fear) that economie integration would eventually lead to political integration. They ….(want) to keep their independence and freedom.

Rappel pour cette exercice: le past perfect sert à souligner l’antériorité d’une action par rapport à une autre

Bon courage à tout le monde



Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de serena, postée le 2004-10-22 03:10:43 (S | E)
Salut gorgayles !

Ce n'est vraiment pas une partie de plaisir ça !
Bon, j'y vais.

On 28 September 2000the people of Denmark voted "no" to joining the single European currency, the Euro. All the main political parties, the trade unions, the employers and the media had campaigned for a "yes" vote before the referendum. So why did the Dames reject the Euro?
Let’s look first at the economy background. For many years the Danish central bank were committed to keeping the value of the crone stable against the German mark, and this policy had been very successful in maintaining stability and prosperity. Then the Euro was launched in January 1999. In the period after the launch the countries in the euro zone performed relatively well in economy terms. However by the time of referendum the euro had fallen significantly against the dollar, and the central banks of the U.S.A and Japan were forced to intervene in the foreign exchange markets to buy euro.
But the "no" campaign focused on national identity, not economy issues. In the end the Danes had made then decision because they feared that economy integration would eventually lead to political integration. They wanted


Merci ! Vraiment ! C'est très important de savoir employer ces deux temps dans un texte.

A plus ! La correction s'avère délicieuse !

Avis aux prochains cobayes : Courage !


Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de vmg, postée le 2004-10-22 08:53:41 (S | E)
On 28 September 2000the people of Danmark voted ‘no » to joining the single European currency, the Euro. All the main political parties, the trade unions, the employers and the media had been campaigning for a “yes” vote before the referendum. So why did the Dames reject the Euro?
Let’s look first at the economie background. For many years the Danish central bank was commited to keeping the value of the krone stable against the German mark, and this policy had been very successful in maintaining stability and prosperity. Then the Euro was launched in January 1999. In the period after the launch the countries in the euro zone performed relatively well in economic terms. How ever by the time of referendum the euro had fallen significantly against the dollar, and the central banks of the U.S.A and Japan were forced to intervene in the foreign exchange markets to buy euro.
But the “no” campaign had focused on national identity, not economie issues. In the end the Danes made their decision because they feared that economie integration would eventually lead to political integration. They wanted to keep their independence and freedom.


Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de bridg, postée le 2004-10-22 10:13:45 (S | E)
Pffffff , tu veux que je te haïsse comme Lucile toi aussi ? les vacances y as tu pensé ?

On 28 September 2000the people of Danmark voted ‘no » to joining the single European currency, the Euro. All the main political parties, the trade unions, the employers and the media had compained for a “yes” vote before the referendum. So why did the Dames reject the Euro?
Let’s look first at the economie background. For many years the Danish central bank were commited to keeping the value of the krone stable against the German mark, and this policy had been very successful in maintaining stability and prosperity. Then the Euro was launched in January 1999. In the period after the launch the countries in the euro zone performed relatively well in economie terms. How ever by the time of referendum the euro had fallen significantly against the dollar, and the central banks of the U.S.A and Japan were forced to intervene in the foreign exchange markets to buy euro.
But the “no” campaign focused on national identity, not economie issues. In the end the Danes had made then decision because they had fear that economie integration would eventually lead to political integration. They wanted to keep their independence and freedom.


Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de manue974, postée le 2004-10-22 11:36:14 (S | E)
On 28 September 2000the people of Danmark voted ‘no » to joining the single European currency, the Euro. All the main political parties, the trade unions, the employers and the media had compaigned for a “yes” vote before the referendum. So why The Dames rejected the Euro?
Let’s look first at the economie backgroun. For many years the Danish central bank were commited to keeping the value of the krone stable against the German mark, and this policy had been very successful in maintaining stability and prosperity. Then the Euro was launched in January 1999. In the period after the launch the countries in the euro zone had performed relatively well in economie terms. How ever by the time of referendum the euro has fallen significantly against the dollar, and the central banks of the U.S.A and Japan were forced to intervene in the foreign exchange markets to buy euro.
But the “no” campaign focused on national identity, not economie issues. In the end the Danes had made then decision because they feared that economie integration would eventually lead to political integration. They wanted to keep their independence and freedom.


j'ai fait de mon mieux!!!
En tout cas c'est un trés bon exercice
Good Luck the others!!



Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de pascal48, postée le 2004-10-22 12:04:48 (S | E)
Bonjour Gorgayles

Je me lance

On 28 September 2000the people of Danmark voted ‘no » to joining the single European currency, the Euro. All the main political parties, the trade unions, the employers and the media had compaigned for a “yes” vote before the referendum. So why had the Danes rejected the Euro?
Let’s look first at the economie backgroun. For many years the Danish central bank had been commited to keeping the value of the krone stable against the German mark, and this policy was very successful in maintaining stability and prosperity. Then the Euro was launched in January 1999. In the period after the launch the countries in the euro zone performed relatively well in economie terms. How ever by the time of referendum the euro had fallen significantly against the dollar, and the central banks of the U.S.A and Japan had been forced to intervene in the foreign exchange markets to buy euro.
But the “no” campaign focused on national identity, not economie issues. In the end the Danes made then decision because they feared that economie integration would eventually lead to political integration. They had wanted to keep their independence and freedom.




Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de samia51, postée le 2004-10-22 12:27:04 (S | E)
Bonjour Gorgayles,
Merci pour l’exercice, j’aurais dû réviser les concordances de temps avant d’entamer cet exercice, mais je préfère me mettre à l’essai et voir ce que j’ai retenu. Je me lance, mais je vais illico revoir ces 2 temps (promis) :


On 28 September 2000the people of Denmark VOTED “no » to joining the single European currency, the Euro. All the main political parties, the trade unions, the employers and the media HAVE CAMPAIGNED for a “yes” vote before the referendum. So why DID the Dams REJECT the Euro?
Let’s look first at the economic background. For many years the Danish central bank HAS BEEN COMMITED to keeping the value of the Krone stable against the German mark, and this policy HAS BEEN very successful in maintaining stability and prosperity. Then the Euro was launched in January 1999. In the period after the launch the countries in the euro zone PERFORMED relatively well in economic terms. How ever by the time of referendum the euro HAD FALLEN significantly against the dollar, and the central banks of the U.S.A and Japan HAD BEEN forced to intervene in the foreign exchange markets to buy euro.
But the “no” campaign FOCCUSED on national identity, not economic issues. In the end the Danes MADE then decision because they FEARED that economic integration would eventually lead to political integration. They WANTED to keep their independence and freedom.

Samia51


Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de joy813, postée le 2004-10-22 13:20:26 (S | E)
Bonjour Gorgayles, et merci pour cet exercice

On 28 September 2000the people of Danmark voted ‘no » to joining the single European currency, the Euro. All the main political parties, the trade unions, the employers and the media had compaigned for a “yes” vote before the referendum. So why did the Dames reject the Euro?
Let’s look first at the economie background. For many years the Danish central bank were commited to keeping the value of the krone stable against the German mark, and this policy had been very successful in maintaining stability and prosperity. Then the Euro was launched in January 1999. In the period after the launch the countries in the euro zone performed relatively well in economie terms. How ever by the time of referendum the euro had fallen significantly against the dollar, and the central banks of the U.S.A and Japan were forced to intervene in the foreign exchange markets to buy euro.
But the “no” campaign focused on national identity, not economie issues. In the end the Danes had made then decision because they feared that economie integration would eventually lead to political integration. They wanted to keep their independence and freedom.


Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de fawzia, postée le 2004-10-22 14:04:44 (S | E)
A mon tour

On 28 September 2000the people of Danmark voted ‘no » to joining the single European currency, the Euro. All the main political parties, the trade unions, the employers and the media compaigned for a “yes” vote before the referendum. So why had the Dames rejected the Euro?
Let’s look first at the economie background. For many years the Danish central bank were commited to keeping the value of the krone stable against the German mark, and this policy had been very successful in maintaining stability and prosperity. Then the Euro was launched in January 1999. In the period after the launch the countries in the euro zone performed relatively well in economie terms. How ever by the time of referendum the euro had fallen significantly against the dollar, and the central banks of the U.S.A and Japan had been forced to intervene in the foreign exchange markets to buy euro.
But the “no” campaign focused on national identity, not economie issues. In the end the Danes had made then decision because they feared that economie integration would eventually lead to political integration. They wanted to keep their independence and freedom.

Merci pour l'exo Gorgayles et à +pour la correction


Réponse: Bjr à tous - Dur pour une première ! de gartin, postée le 2004-10-22 17:41:57 (S | E)
On 28 September 2000 the people of Danmark voted "no" to joining the single European currency, the Euro. All the main political parties, the trade unions, the employers and the media had compained for a “yes” vote before the referendum. So why did the Dames reject the Euro?
Let’s look first at the economy background. For many years the Danish central bank was commited to keeping the value of the krone stable against the German mark, and this policy had been very successful in maintaining stability and prosperity. Then the Euro was launched in January 1999. In the period after the launch the countries in the euro zone performed relatively well in economy terms. However by the time of referendum the euro had fallen significantly against the dollar, and the central banks of the U.S.A and Japan were forced to intervene in the foreign exchange markets to buy euro.
But the “no” campaign focused on national identity, not economy issues. In the end the Danes made then decision because they feared that economy integration would eventually lead to political integration. They wanted to keep their independance and freedom

Merci Gorgayles - J'attends la correction avec impatience :-)


Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de gorgayles, postée le 2004-10-22 22:53:45 (S | E)
Cet exercice vous poses des difficulté? voici où se trouve vos erreurs:

Serena: tu as une erreur au 4eme 5eme 9eme 10eme et 11eme verbe

vmg:tu as une erreur 2eme 5eme et 11eme verbe

bridg :tu as une erreur au 4eme 5eme 9eme 10eme et 11eme verbe

manue974: tu as une erreur au 3eme 4eme 5eme 6eme 7eme 9eme 10eme et 11eme verbe


pascal48 :tu as une erreur au 3eme 4eme 8eme 9eme et 11eme verbe

samia51 :tu as une erreur 2eme 4eme 5eme 8eme 9eme et 11eme verbe


joy813 :tu as une erreur au 4eme 5eme 9eme 10eme et 11eme verbe

fawzia :tu as une erreur 2eme 3eme 4eme 5eme 8eme 9eme 10eme et 11eme verbe

gartin :tu as une erreur 5eme 9eme et 11eme verbe

maintenant essayez de vous creuser les méninges pour vous corriger la correction je l'a donnerai demain soir

pour les attention pour les 4 derniers verbes se sont des chipotages


bon courage à tout le monde


Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de serena, postée le 2004-10-22 23:22:00 (S | E)
Salut gorgayles !

Je vais commencer à t'adorer de moins en moins ! ....

Ok, 5 fautes ! Je vais corriger.

- 4e : was ! Je suis bête ! . Le sujet est "the Danish central bank".
- 5e : was
- 9e : had focused
- 10e : made
- 11e : had feared

Voilà ! j'espère que j'ai vu juste cette fois. Pour cet exercice, je ne peux m'empêcher de te dire !!!

En attendant un autre du même genre !


Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de gorgayles, postée le 2004-10-24 10:59:46 (S | E)
voici la correction promise avec un peu de retard désolé

On 28 September 2000the people of Danmark voted ‘no » to joining the single European currency, the Euro. All the main political parties, the trade unions, the employers and the media had compaigned for a “yes” vote before the referendum. So why did the Dames reject the Euro?
Let’s look first at the economie background. For many years the Danish central bank was commited to keeping the value of the krone stable against the German mark, and this policy was very successful in maintaining stability and prosperity. Then the Euro was launched in January 1999. In the period after the launch the countries in the euro zone performed relatively well in economie terms. How ever by the time of referendum the euro had fallen significantly against the dollar, and the central banks of the U.S.A and Japan were forced to intervene in the foreign exchange markets to buy euro.
But the “no” campaign had focused on national identity, not economie issues. In the end the Danes made then decision because they had feared that economie integration would eventually lead to political integration. They wanted to keep their independence and freedom.

si vous avez des questions je suis à votre disposition
see you soon

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Edité par gorgayles le 2004-10-24 11:00:25


Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de serena, postée le 2004-10-24 14:03:01 (S | E)
gorgayles !!

J'ai une seule question à te poser : Vas-tu nous donner un autre exercice comme celui-ci ?
Ce serait bien en tout cas.


Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de gorgayles, postée le 2004-10-24 14:12:02 (S | E)
il y en a un autre en préparation


Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de serena, postée le 2004-10-24 14:39:13 (S | E)
Je vois, gorgayles. Merci !

Mais maintenant que je vois ton , je me demande si j'aurais pas mieux fait d'avaler ma question.

Bien ! je t'attends quand même !


Réponse: re:autre petit cadeau!!! de webmaster, postée le 2004-10-24 14:57:23 (S | E)
Ces exercices sont supers, mais si j'osais, je vous demanderais peut-être de de les rendre interactifs:
https://www.anglaisfacile.com/cgi2/myexam/choice.php

Ce n'est pas bien difficile à utiliser, et ça permettrait de les diffuser à un plus grand nombre.





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