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Rack Your Brains and Help!/78

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Message de here4u posté le 13-09-2020 à 00:15:46 (S | E | F)
Hello Dears,

Pas facile encore, cette fois non plus ...cependant, je sais que vous allez partir à la chasse aux fautes avec frénésie !

PLEASE, HELP MY STUDENT! Malgré ses efforts, il reste 20 fautes dans son texte ... Merci de l'aider à les corriger EN LETTRES CAPITALES. Il compte sur vous, et moi aussi ...

The surprising upsides of worrying:
Anxiety can be exhausting, yet there are some surprising benefits for certain kinds of worrying. Some people are near-professional worriers, struggling over anxiety at things that can’t entirely be controlled. This sometimes motivates career choices, being for example health psychologists.(They specialise in understanding worry and stress.) «Nobody uses their own life as fodder for research, but you can find inspiration in your own experiments». One of the surprising findings has been that worrying can be beneficial in a variety of situations, by waiting for exam results to safeguarding health.
There are different kinds of worry: an emotional state that often motivates behavioural responses in the aim of reducing a threat. Which separates worry from general concern is both his emotional nature and the fact that he gears people up for change. Yet, there are many harms from worry: it inhibits concern about others. /// END of Part ONE /// On the other hand, worry can be useful. It’s been correlated with better academy performance and more attempts to quit smoking. One study found that worry about climate change was the single strongest predictor of support for climate politics. Worry is motivating us to prevent bad things from happening or at least prepare for them. There are three mechanisms for this: “first, by worrying about something, we are more likely thinking of reasons to make action and be motivated to do something. Second, worry acts as a rememberance to do things. Third, worry can involve «effective preparation, planning and problem-solving.» Many people may be worried for good reasons about forces they can’t control, and obey to a three-step process for channelling worry and redirecting it if necessary: 1.Label the worry. 2.Run a mental checklist of possible actions to deal with the problem. 3.If all possible actions have been taken, try to get into one of the states that reduce worry. ///END of Part TWO ///
Moderate worry about coronavirus coupled with understanding and belief that social distancing works will lead to increased adherence to guidelines. In contrast, excessive worry or worry about a range of concerns may make harder to take effective action. The hotshot of this is that someone worried about returning to the workplace, for instance, should plan in concrete detail how he can reduce risk on his commute and maintain social distancing, rather than stress over what could go wrong. Some people have found inspiration in a horror film : The Babadook. The monster in that film is a terrifying physical embodiment of grief. Unlike in most horror films, the protagonist realises that it would be both impossible and unhelpful to destroy the Babadook, because his presence enables her to mourn and remember. But it’s also unhealthy to give him free rein. Ultimately, she achieves a slightly uneasy balance with this creature. Achieving a balance with worry may be a useful goal for many of us, even though it might always feel slightly uneasy. /// END oF TEXT ///

Don't worry... too much! I'm sure you'll find the mistakes!
Cet exercice est un Sa correction sera en ligne le dimanche 27 septembre.
I give you THE FORCE!



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help!/78 de taiji43, postée le 17-09-2020 à 15:45:15 (S | E)
Hello Dear Here4u and my mate forum
This correction was not very easy
and I asked myself three main questions which I did not find an answer;Fortunately I will have your correction..
Have a good day
Ready to be corrected

The surprising (upsides) ( =avantages Or BENEFITS of worrying:

Anxiety can be exhausting, yet there are some OR ?A FEW) surprising benefits for certain kinds of worrying. Some people are near-professional worriers, struggling over anxiety FOR things that can’t entirely be controlled.

This sometimes motivates career choices, (being) AS for example health psychologists.They SPECIALIZE in understanding worry and stress.) «Nobody uses their own life as fodder for research, but you can find inspiration in your own experiments». One of the surprising findings has been that worrying can be beneficial in a variety of situations, FROM waiting for exam results to safeguarding health.

There are different kinds of worry an emotional state that often motivates behavioural responses in the aim of reducing a threat. Which separates worry from general concern is both IT emotional nature and the fact that IT gears people up for change. Yet, there are many harms from worry: it inhibits concern about others.

/// END of Part ONE /// On the other hand, worry can be useful. It’s been correlated with better academy performance and more attempts to quit smoking. One study found that worry about climate change was the ONLY strongest predictor of support for climate POLICIES . Worry( is motivating) MOTIVATES us to prevent bad things from happening or at least prepare ouself or TO GET READYfor them.

There are three mechanisms for this : “first, by worrying about something, we are more likely TO THINK of reasons to TAKE action and be motivated to do something. Second, worry acts as a REMINDER to do things. Third, worry can involve «effective preparation, planning and problem-solving.» 1.Label the worry. 2.Run a mental checklist of possible actions to deal with the problem. 3.If all possible or FEASIBLE actions have been taken, try to get into one of the states that reduce worry. ///END of Part TWO //

/Many people may be worried for good reasons about forces they can’t control, and obey A TREE -STEP- process for channelling worry and redirecting it, if necessary:
Moderate worry about coronavirus coupled with understanding and belief that social distancing works will lead to increased adherence to guidelines.

In contrast, excessive worry or worry about a range of concerns may make harder to take effective ACTIONS. The hotshot of this is that someone worried about returning or GOING BACK to the workplace, for instance, THEY(they va avec someone) should plan in concrete detail how THEY (va avec someone) can reduce risk onTHEIR (va avec someone) commute and maintain social distancing, rather than stress over what could (certitude) or MIGHT(possibilité) go wrong.

Some people have found inspiration FROM a horror film : The Babadook. The monster in that film is a terrifying physical embodiment of grief. Unlike () (pas de in) MOST horror films, the protagonist realises that it would be both impossible and unhelpful to destroy the Babadook, because his ( le monstre,personnifié ok) presence ALLOWS her = US (pourquoi her???? est-ce 'auteur qui parle , une femme ????) to mourn and remember. But it’s also unhealthy to give him = le montre)(personnifié) free rein. Ultimately, she ( est -ce l'auteur qui parle , une femme ???,) WE achieves a slightly uneasy balance with this creature. Achieving a balance with worry may be a useful goal for many of us, even though it might always feel slightly uneasy.

PS 1) je n'ai pas pu distinguer worry et worrying= souci , inquiétude

2) pourquoi trouve t-on le pronom her ??

3) upside = avantages upsides avec un s au pluriel ??,je n'ai pas trouvé d'exemples probants...et dans quel cas on l'emploie aau lieu de benefit




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