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Message de here4u posté le 14-05-2021 à 13:09:36 (S | E | F)
hello, Dear Friends!

Lorsque j'avais préparé le RYB 94 il y a quelques semaines, j'avais trop d'énergie ... Le texte était long, trop long, bien trop long ... et puis ces jours-ci, je ne me sens pas capable de faire face à vos protestations qui n'auraient pas manquées ... Je suis lâche, en fait ; et ai préféré chercher un autre texte.
Celui-ci me plaît bien ... Il est optimiste, léger aussi et prête même à sourire, une fois ou deux. (enfin, moi je souris ! )

RACK YOUR BRAINS and HELP MY POOR STUDENT! This text contains 15 mistakes Please, correct them in capital letters...

The human contact is back but modified for the pandemic, of course. And while you may not be rushing back into shaking hands or doling out high tens, there's likely one show of affection you've been craving: hugs! Yep, we can hug each others again. Next week, UK officials gave residents the red light to resume "cautious hugging." It's curious guidance for Brits, who are famously reserved, but it's a milestone that benefits both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people who've missed of physical touch during the Covid-19 pandemic.///END of PART ONE///
What exactly constitutes "cautious hugging," and who needs to exercise caution, is less clear. Let’s see what a safe snuggle looks like. "If an unvaccinated person wants to hug someone else, I think he should wear a mask, and make it brief."
If you're fully vaccinated, though, you have even less guidelines when it comes to contact. Here's how the experts say you can keep yourself safe while embracing.
A cautious hug is one that's outdoor, without face-to-face contact, that doesn't last very long, the physicians said. Anyone who's unvaccinated should use caution when hugging someone else, and they should wear a mask while doing it. Kids who aren't eligible for the vaccine still, (and are enough short) can hug their vaccinated loved ones around the waist, though they should keep the slobbery kisses. Unvaccinated teens probably won't want to crouch down to hug anyone, so they should keep a mask on while they hug and swing their face away from the person they're hugging, he added.
Vaccinated people who've missed of physical touch are in luck: They can hug each other with abandon, experts said.///END of PART TWO///
"Fully vaccinated people can hug one another without restriction, including indoors, without masks." That goes for all vaccinated people, too. You can hug your vaccinated parents and grandparents for as long as you like, but you can also hug an acquaintance or a new romantic partner, as long as you know they're fully vaccinated -- which means it's two weeks since their second shot (or only shot, if they got the Johnson & Johnson).
Fully vaccinated people can also enjoy extended periods of physical contact. I think two vaccinated people can sit on a couch together, shoulder to shoulder, enjoying a bowl of popcorn and being fond and affectionate together. Whoa. That was unthinkable even few months ago. You've followed social distancing guidelines for the last year. Now that you're fully vaccinated, you can resume hugging and sharing snacks with the people you care.
And if you're not ready to hug anyone , that's OK, too. Cuddling up to someone you love was unthinkable even a few months ago, and it's a dramatic change from the way we've been living since March 2020. If you're comfortable, bring on the bear hugs, the awkward don't-know-if-we-should-hug hugs, the hugs that start with a sprint into each other's arms, as long as you do so with care and safety in mind. If you've done your part to stay safe, you've earned it.///END of TEXT///

Cet exercice est un et sa correction devrait être en ligne le vendredi 28 mai.I give you THE FORCE ; Get vaccinated and hug your loved ones, at last...



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de taiji43, postée le 16-05-2021 à 12:10:23 (S | E)
Rack your Brain 94

Dear here4U
Really, I am not sure of all my corrections, but I am sending them because I am not making any progress in my reasoning

I wish you a happy birthday despite the unfavorable circumstances and a return to better health
Have a nice day

The human contact is back but modified for(pour) or BECAUSE OF (à cause de) the pandemic, of course. And while you may not be rushing back into shaking hands or doling out high tens, there's likely one show of affection you've been craving: hugs!

Yep, we can hug each others again. LAST ( car le verbe give est à l’imparfait ) week, UK officials gave residents the red light to resume "cautious hugging." It's curious guidance for Brits, who are famously reserved, but it's a milestone that benefits both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people who've LACKED of physical touch during the Covid-19 pandemic. ///END of PART ONE///

What exactly constitutes "cautious hugging," and who LACKED to exercise caution, is less clear. Let’s see what a safe CUDDLE ( nom synonyme de hug)( snuggle est un verbeet pas un nom) looks like. "If an unvaccinated person wants to hug someone else, I think he should wear a mask, and DO it brief.(bref )or BRIEFLY("brièvement)

If you're fully vaccinated, though, you have even FEWER (moins de) guidelines when it comes to contact. Here's how the experts say you can keep yourself safe while embracing.

A cautious hug is one that's outdoor, without face-to-face contact, that doesn't last very long, the physicians (ok pour sens mèdecin)said. Anyone who's unvaccinated should use caution when hugging someone else, and they should wear a mask while doing it. Kids who aren't eligible for the vaccine, YET(and are short ENOUGH ) can hug their vaccinated loved ones around the waist, though they should keep THEIR slobbery kisses. Unvaccinated teens probably won't want to crouch down to hug anyone, so they should keep a mask on while they hug and SLOPE their face away from the person they're hugging, he added.

Vaccinated people who've LACKED of physical touch are in luck: They can hug each other with abandon, experts said.///END of PART TWO///

"Fully vaccinated people can hug EACH OTHER without restriction, including indoors, without masks." That goes for all vaccinated people, too. You can hug your vaccinated parents and grandparents for as long as you like, but you can also hug an acquaintance or a new romantic partner, as long as you know they're fully vaccinated -- which means it's BEEN two weeks since their second shot (or THEIR only shot, if they got the Johnson & Johnson).

Fully vaccinated people can also enjoy extended periods of physical contact. I think two vaccinated people can sit on a couch together, shoulder to shoulder, enjoying a bowl of popcorn and being FOND OF and affectionate together. Whoa. That was unthinkable even A FEW (quelques) months ago. You've followed social distancing guidelines for the last year.

Now that you're fully vaccinated, you can resume hugging and sharing snacks with the people you care.ABOUT
And if you're not ready to hug anyone , that's OK, too. Cuddling up to someone you love was unthinkable even a few months ago, and it's a dramatic change from the way we've been living since March 2020.

If you're comfortable, bring on the bear hugs, the awkward don't-know-if-YOU-should-hug hugs, the hugs that start with a sprint into each other's arms, as long as you do so with care and safety in mind. If you've done your part to stay safe, you've earned it.///END of TEXT///



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de alpiem, postée le 18-05-2021 à 16:12:12 (S | E)
hello everybody and here4u . and thanks for this exercice. FINISHED NOW BACK FROM BEEING VACCINATED

The human contact is back but modified OWING to the pandemic, of course. And while you may not be rushing back into shaking hands or doling out THE high tens, there's likely one show of affection you've been craving FOR: hugs! Yep, we can hug each others again. Next week, UK officials gave residents the red light to resume "cautious hugging." It's curious guidance for Brits, who are famously reserved, but it's a milestone that benefits both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people who've MISSED OUT OF physical touch during the Covid-19 pandemic.///END of PART ONE///

What exactly constitutes "cautious hugging," and who needs to exercise caution, is less clear. Let’s see what a safe snuggle looks like. "If an unvaccinated person wants to hug someone else, I think he should wear a mask, and make it brief."
If you're fully vaccinated, though, you have even FEWER guidelines when it comes to contact. Here's how the experts say you can keep yourself safe while embracing.
A cautious hug is one that's outdoor, without face-to-face contact, that doesn't last very long, the physicians said. Anyone who's unvaccinated should use caution when hugging someone else, and they should wear a mask while doing it. Kids who aren't eligible for the vaccine still, (and are SHORT ENOUGH ) can hug their vaccinated loved ones around the waist, though they should KEEP AWAY FROM the slobbery kisses. Unvaccinated teens probably won't want to crouch down to hug anyone, so they should keep a mask on while they hug and swing their face away from the person they're hugging, he added.
Vaccinated people who've missed OUT OF physical touch are in luck: They can hug each other with abandon, experts said.///END of PART TWO///


"Fully vaccinated people can hug one another without restriction, including indoors, without masks." That goes for all vaccinated people, too. You can hug your vaccinated parents and grandparents for as long as you like, but you can also hug an acquaintance or a new romantic partner, as long as you know they're fully vaccinated -- which means it's BEEN two weeks since their second shot (or only shot, if they got the Johnson & Johnson).
Fully vaccinated people can also enjoy extended periods of physical contact. I think two vaccinated people can sit on a couch together, shoulder to shoulder, enjoying a bowl of popcorn and being fond OF and affectionate together. Whoa. That was unthinkable even A few months ago. You FOLLOWED social distancing guidelines for the last year. Now that you're fully vaccinated, you can resume hugging and sharing snacks with the people you care ABOUT.
And if you're not ready to hug anyone , that's OK, too. Cuddling up to someone you love was unthinkable even a few months ago, and it's a dramatic change from THE SPRINT FORWARD TO each other's arms, as long as you do so with care and safety in mind. If you've done your part to stay safe, you've earned it.///END of TEXT///



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de maxwell, postée le 19-05-2021 à 18:43:03 (S | E)
READY TO BE CORRECTED


Hello Here4U
Great humorous topic! I love it! We need it so much... Thank you so much. Here's my try:

[] Human contact is back but modified for the pandemic, of course. And while you may not be rushing back into shaking hands or doling out high FIVES, there's likely one show of affection you've been craving: hugs! Yep, we can hug each OTHER again. LAST week, UK officials gave residents the GREEN light to resume "cautious hugging." It's curious guidance for Brits, who are famously reserved, but it's a milestone that benefits both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people who've missed [] physical touch during the Covid-19 pandemic.///END of PART ONE///

What exactly constitutes "cautious hugging," and who needs to TAKE caution, is less clear. Let’s see what a safe snuggle looks like. "If an unvaccinated person wants to hug someone else, I think THEY should wear a mask, and make it brief."
If you're fully vaccinated, though, you have even less guidelines when it comes to contact. Here's how the experts say you can keep yourself safe while embracing.
A cautious hug is one that's outdoor, without face-to-face contact, AND that doesn't last very long, the physicians said. Anyone who's unvaccinated should TAKE caution when hugging someone else, and they should wear a mask while doing it. Kids who ARE STILL INELIGIBLE for the vaccine, (and are short ENOUGH) can hug their vaccinated loved ones around the waist, though they should keep THEIR slobbery kisses IN. Unvaccinated teens probably won't want to crouch down to hug anyone, so they should keep a mask on while they hug and TURN their face away from the person they're hugging, he added.
Vaccinated people who've missed [] physical touch are in luck: They can hug each other with abandon, experts said.///END of PART TWO///

"Fully vaccinated people can hug one another without restriction, including indoors, without masks." That goes for all vaccinated people, too. You can hug your vaccinated parents and grandparents for as long as you like, but you can also hug an acquaintance or a new romantic partner, as long as you know they're fully vaccinated -- which means [] two weeks AFTER their second shot (or only shot, if they got the Johnson & Johnson VACCINE).
Fully vaccinated people can also enjoy extended periods of physical contact. I think two vaccinated people can sit on a couch together, shoulder to shoulder, enjoying a bowl of popcorn and being fond and affectionate together. WOW. That was unthinkable even A few months ago. You've followed social distancing guidelines for the last year. Now that you're fully vaccinated, you can resume hugging and sharing snacks with the people you care ABOUT.
And if you're not ready to hug anyone , that's OK, too. Cuddling up WITH someone you love was unthinkable even a few months ago, and it's a dramatic change from the way we've been living since March 2020. If you're comfortable, bring BACK the bear hugs, the awkward don't-know-if-we-should-hug hugs, the hugs that start with a sprint into each other's arms, as long as you do so with care and safety in mind. If you've done your part to stay safe, you've earned it.///END of TEXT///



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de maya92, postée le 22-05-2021 à 15:09:20 (S | E)
Hello Here4u,

The human contact is back but modified BECAUSE OF the pandemic, of course. And while you may not be rushing back into shaking hands or doling out high-FIVE, there's likely one show of affection you've been craving: hugs! Yep, we can hug each OTHER again. LAST week, UK officials gave residents the GREEN light to resume "cautious hugging." It's curious guidance for Brits, who are famously reserved, but it's a milestone that benefits both TO fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people who've LACKED physical touch during the Covid-19 pandemic.///END of PART ONE///

What exactly constitutes "cautious hugging," and who needs to TAKE caution, is less clear. Let’s see what a safe CUDDLE looks like. "If an unvaccinated person wants to hug someone else, I think THEY should wear a mask, and make it brief."
If you're fully vaccinated, though, you have even less guidelines when it comes to contact. Here's how the experts say you can keep yourself safe while embracing.
A cautious hug is one that's outdoorS, without face-to-face contact, that doesn't last very long, the physicians said. Anyone who's unvaccinated should BE CAUTIOUS when hugging someone else, and they should wear a mask while doing it. Kids who aren't YET eligible for the vaccine , (and are SMALL enough) can hug their vaccinated loved ones around the waist, though they should keep AWAY the slobbery kisses. Unvaccinated teens probably won't want to crouch down to hug anyone, so they should keep a mask on while HUGGING and swing their face ROUND from the person they're hugging, he added.1
Vaccinated people who've missed (of) physical touch are LUCKY : They can hug each other with abandon, experts said.///END of PART TWO///

"Fully vaccinated people can hug EACH OTHER without restriction, including indoors, without masks." That goes for all vaccinated people, too. You can hug your vaccinated parents and grandparents for as long as you like, but you can also hug an acquaintance or a new romantic partner, as long as you know they're fully vaccinated -- which means it's BEEN two weeks since their second shot (or only shot, if they got the Johnson & Johnson).
Fully vaccinated people can also enjoy extended periods of physical contact. I think two vaccinated people can sit on a couch together, shoulder to shoulder, enjoying a bowl of popcorn and being fond and affectionate together. Whoa. That was unthinkable A few months ago. You've followed social distancing guidelines DURING the last year. Now that you're fully vaccinated, you can resume hugging and sharing snacks with the people you care FOR.
And if you're not ready to hug anyone , that's OK, too. Cuddling up to someone you love was unthinkable even a few months ago, and it's a dramatic change from the way we've been living since March 2020. If you're comfortable, bring on the bear hugs, the awkward don't-know-if-we-should-hug hugs, the hugs that start with a sprint into each other's arms, as long as you do so with care and safety in mind. If you've done your part to stay safe, you've earned it.///END of TEXT///


Thank you



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de magie8, postée le 22-05-2021 à 19:05:00 (S | E)
hello bonjour tout le monde
Voici ma participation BON à CORRIGER

The human contact is back but modified for or BECAUSE the pandemic, of course. And while you may not be rushing back into shaking hands or doling out tens and tens( expression:distribuer des dizaines et des dizaines de dollars), there's likely one show of affection you've been craving: hugs! Yep, we can hug each OTHER again. LAST week, UK officials gave residents the GREEN light to resume "cautious hugging." It's A curious guidance for Brits, who are famously reserved, but it's a milestone that benefits both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people who've LACKED of physical touch during the Covid-19 pandemic.///END of PART ONE///
What exactly constitutes "cautious hugging," and who needs to TAKE caution, is less clear. Let’s see what a safe snuggle looks like. "If an unvaccinated person wants to hug someone else, I think THEY should wear a mask, and KEEP THIS BRIEF( expression le faire court) ."
If you're fully vaccinated, though, you have even FEWER guidelines when it comes to contact. Here's how the experts say you can keep yourself safe while embracing.
A cautious hug is one that's outdoor, without face-to-face contact, that doesn't last very long, the physicians said. Anyone who's unvaccinated should TAKE caution(OR PAY ATTENTION )when hugging someone else, and they should wear a mask DURING doing it.** Kids who aren't eligible for the vaccine YET, and are short ENOUGH can hug their vaccinated loved ones around the waist, though they should KEEP THEIR slobbery kisses IN or(AVOID slobbery kisses). Unvaccinated teens probably won't want to crouch down to hug anyone, so they should keep a mask on DURING they hug and TURN their face away from the person they're hugging, he added.
Vaccinated people who've LACKED of physical* touch are in luck(sont chanceux) or are LUCKY (ont de la chance) : They can hug each other with abandon, experts said.///END of PART TWO//

"Fully vaccinated people can hug EACH OTHER without restriction, including indoors, without masks." That goes for all vaccinated people, too. You can hug your vaccinated parents and grandparents for as long as you like, but you can also hug an acquaintance or a new romantic partner, as long as you know they're fully vaccinated -- which means it HAS BEEN two weeks since their second shot (or only shot, if they got the Johnson & Johnson).
Fully vaccinated people can also enjoy extended periods of physical contact. I think two vaccinated people can sit on a couch together, shoulder to shoulder, enjoying a bowl of popcorn and being fond OF affectionate together. Whoa. That was unthinkable even A few months ago. You've followed social distancing guidelines for the last year. Now that you're fully vaccinated, you can resume hugging and sharing snacks with the people you care.
And if you're not ready to hug anyone , that's OK, too. Cuddling up to someone you love was unthinkable even a few months ago, and it's a dramatic change from the way we've been living since March 2020. If you're comfortable, bring on the bear hugs, the awkward don't-know-if-we-should-hug hugs, the hugs that start with a RUSH TO each other's arms, as long as you do so with care and safety in mind. If you've done your part to stay safe, you've earned it.///END of TEXT///

*missed : passé, regretté manqué,raté oublié,
lacked:manqué de quelque chose, de contact physique, de ressources, de précision etc...

**DURING: durant,lors de, tout le long ,pendant une période
WHILE:tandis que, tout en faisant

j'espère avoir bien compris les nuances et leurs sens dans le texte

je traduirais la 1ERE partie ( bon courage à tous)



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de chocolatcitron, postée le 24-05-2021 à 12:00:42 (S | E)
Rack Your Brains /94
Message de here4u posté le 14-05-2021 à 13:09:36 (S | E | F) 28 mai
Hello, my dear Here4u!, thanks!
Hi Everybody!

RACK YOUR BRAINS and HELP MY POOR STUDENT! This text contains 15 mistakes.
Here is my work : 😉

The human contact is back but modified for the pandemic, of course. And while you may not be rushing back into shaking hands or doling out 1 HIGH FIVE, there's likely one show of affection you've been 2 craving FOR : hugs! Yep, we can hug 3 each OTHER again. 4 LAST week, UK officials gave residents 5 the GREEN light to resume "cautious hugging." It's curious guidance for 6 THE Brits, who are famously reserved, but it's a milestone that benefits both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people who've 7 missed OUT ON physical touch during the Covid-19 pandemic.///END of PART ONE///
What exactly constitutes "cautious hugging," and who needs to exercise caution, is less clear. Let’s see what a safe snuggle looks like. "If an unvaccinated person wants to hug someone else, I think he should wear a mask, and make it 8 BRIEFLY."
If you're fully vaccinated, though, you have even less guidelines when it comes to contact. Here's how the experts say you can keep yourself safe while embracing.
A cautious hug is one that's outdoor, without face-to-face contact, that doesn't last very long, the physicians said. Anyone who's unvaccinated should use caution when hugging someone else, and they should wear a mask while doing it. Kids who aren't eligible for the vaccine still, (and are enough short) can hug their vaccinated loved ones around the waist, though they should 9 AVOID the slobbery kisses. Unvaccinated teens probably won't want to crouch down to hug anyone, so they should keep a mask on while they hug and 10 TAKE their face away from the person they're hugging, he added.
Vaccinated people who've missed of physical touch are in luck: They can hug each other with abandon, experts said.///END of PART TWO///
"Fully vaccinated people can hug one another without restriction, including 11 OUTDOORS, without masks." That goes for all vaccinated people, too. You can hug your vaccinated parents and grandparents for as long as you like, but you can also hug an acquaintance or a new romantic partner, as long as you know they're fully vaccinated -- which means it's two weeks since their second shot (or only shot, if they got the Johnson & Johnson).
Fully vaccinated people can also enjoy extended periods of physical contact. I think two vaccinated people can sit on a couch together, shoulder to shoulder, enjoying a bowl of popcorn and being fond and affectionate together. Whoa. That was unthinkable even 12 A few months ago. You've followed social distancing guidelines for the last year. Now that you're fully vaccinated, you can resume hugging and sharing snacks with the people you 13 care FOR.
And if you're not ready to hug anyone, that's OK, too. 14 Cuddling up WITH someone you love was unthinkable even a few months ago, and it's a dramatic change from the way we've been living since March 2020. If 15 you're comfortable WITH, bring on the bear hugs, the awkward don't-know-if-we-should-hug hugs, the hugs that start with a sprint into each other's arms, as long as you do so with care and safety in mind. If you've done your part to stay safe, you've earned it.///END of TEXT///



MY TRANSLATION :
Le contact humain est de retour mais modifié pour la pandémie, bien sûr. Et bien que vous ne vous précipitiez peut-être pas en vous serrant la main ou en topant dans la main, c’est probablement une preuve d’affection que vous avez une envie irrésistible : des câlins ! Oui, on peut encore s’embrasser. La semaine dernière, les autorités britanniques ont donné le feu vert aux habitants pour autoriser des « câlins prudents ». Ces conseils sont curieux pour les Britanniques, qui sont réputés réservés, mais c’est une étape importante qui profite à la fois aux personnes entièrement vaccinées et non vaccinées qui ont manqué de contacts physiques pendant la pandémie de la Covid-19. ///FIN de la première partie. ///

Ce qu’est exactement une « étreinte prudente » et qui doit faire preuve de prudence est moins clair. Voyons à quoi ressemble un câlin sûr. « Si une personne non vaccinée veut embrasser quelqu’un d’autre, je pense qu’il devrait porter un masque, et le faire rapidement. ». Si vous êtes entièrement vacciné, cependant, vous avez encore moins de contraintes quand il s’agit de contact. Voici comment les experts expliquent que vous pouvez vous protéger tout en embrassant.
Un câlin prudent est celui donné hors du foyer, sans contact en face-à-face, qui ne dure pas très longtemps, ont dit les médecins. Toute personne qui n’est pas vaccinée doit faire preuve de prudence lorsqu’elle est en train d’étreindre quelqu’un d’autre, et elle doit porter un masque pendant qu’elle le fait. Les enfants qui ne sont pas encore admissibles à la vaccination, (et sont assez petits) peuvent étreindre leurs proches vaccinés autour de la taille, mais ils devraient éviter les baisers baveux. Les adolescents non vaccinés ne voudront probablement pas s’accroupir pour embrasser qui que ce soit, alors ils devraient garder un masque pendant qu’ils s’étreignent et éloigner leur visage loin de la personne qu’ils étreignent, a-t-il ajouté.
Les personnes vaccinées qui ont manqué de contact physique ont de la chance : elles peuvent s’étreindre en s’abandonnant, selon les experts. ///FIN DE LA 2e PARTIE. ///

« Les personnes entièrement vaccinées peuvent s’étreindre sans restriction, y compris à l’extérieur, sans masque. » Cela vaut aussi pour toutes les personnes vaccinées. Vous pouvez étreindre vos parents et grands-parents vaccinés aussi longtemps que vous le souhaitez, mais vous pouvez aussi embrasser une connaissance ou un nouveau partenaire romantique, aussi longtemps que vous savez qu’ils sont entièrement vaccinés - ce qui signifie que c’est deux semaines, après leur deuxième injection (ou seulement un seul, s’ils l’ont été par le Johnson & Johnson). Les personnes entièrement vaccinées peuvent également profiter de longues périodes de contacts physiques. Je pense que deux personnes vaccinées peuvent s’asseoir sur un canapé ensemble, épaule contre épaule, profiter d’un bol de pop-corn et se câliner et prouver son affection. Oh. C’était impensable il y a encore quelques mois. Vous avez suivi les lignes directrices de distanciation sociale durant la dernière année. Maintenant que vous êtes entièrement vacciné, vous pouvez reprendre vos câlins et partager des collations avec les personnes dont vous vous souciez. Et si vous n’êtes pas prêt à embrasser quelqu’un, c’est OK, aussi. Câliner quelqu’un que vous aimez était impensable, même il y a quelques mois, et c’est un changement spectaculaire de la façon dont nous vivons depuis Mars 2020. Si vous êtes à l’aise, offrez les gros câlins, les maladroits ne savent pas si-nous-devrions-étreindre avec des câlins qui commencent par un élan dans les bras de l’autre, tant que vous le faites en gardant l’attention et la sécurité présentes à l’esprit. Si vous avez fait votre part pour rester en sécurité, vous l’avez mérité. ///FIN DU TEXTE///.



MY EXPLANATIONS:
1 Doling out = donner au compte-gouttes. High TENS, NON ! HIGH FIVE (= taper/toper dans la main).
2 Craving for = envie irrésistible
3 Each other = mutuellement, pas each others au pluriel.
4 Next (next + passé ? ) NON ! LAST week.
5 The red = l’arrêt ? NON ! GREEN light (feu vert = autorisation).
6 THE Brits= les Britanniques (le peuple).
7 To miss out on = rater
8 Brief = court, rapide. Je dirais BRIEFLY (en coup de vent).
9 Keep = garder ? NON ! AVOID =éviter = avoid sth.
10 Swing =balancer ? NON ! TAKE their face away =take sth away = éloigner)
11 Indoors =à l’intérieur (du foyer), OUTDOORS =à l’extérieur.
12 A few months = quelques mois (il faut l’article).
13 To care for = chérir, prendre soin des personnes auxquelles on tient.
14 To cuddle up with = se blottir contre.
15 You're comfortable WITH = si vous êtes à l’aise avec.


I give you THE FORCE; Get vaccinated and hug your loved ones, at last...
Que la force dont tu as tant besoin soit avec toi, Here4u !
Stay safe and take great care of yourselves, all of you! 😊
See you soon.

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Modifié par chocolatcitron le 25-05-2021 22:40





Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de swan85, postée le 24-05-2021 à 21:25:31 (S | E)
Hello Here4U

Thank you for this exercise, ready to be corrected.

The human contact is back but modified for the pandemic, of course. And while you may not be rushing back into shaking hands or doling out high FIVES, there's likely one show of affection you've been craving: hugs! Yep, we can hug each OTHER again. Next week, UK officials WILL GIVE residents the GREEN light to resume "cautious hugging." It's curious guidance for Brits, who are famously reserved, but it's a milestone that benefits both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people who've missed of physical touch during the Covid-19 pandemic.///END of PART ONE///
What exactly constitutes "cautious hugging," and who needs to exercise caution, is less clear. Let’s see what a safe snuggle looks like. "If an unvaccinated person wants to hug someone else, I think he should wear a mask, and make it brief."
If you're fully vaccinated, though, you have even FEWER guidelines when it comes to contact. Here's how the experts say you can keep yourself safe while embracing.
A cautious hug is one that's outdoor, without face-to-face contact, that doesn't last very long, the physicians said. Anyone who's unvaccinated should use caution when hugging someone else, and they should wear a mask while doing it.
Kids who aren't eligible for the vaccine still, (and are short enough) can hug their vaccinated loved ones around the waist, though they should AVOID the slobbery kisses. Unvaccinated teens probably won't want to crouch down to hug anyone, so they should keep a mask on while they hug and MOVE their face away from the person they're hugging, he added.
Vaccinated people who've missed of physical touch are in luck: They can hug each other with abandon, experts said.///END of PART TWO///
"Fully vaccinated people can hug one another without restriction, including indoors, without masks." That goes for all vaccinated people, too. You can hug your vaccinated parents and grandparents for as long as you like, but you can also hug an acquaintance or a new romantic partner, as long as you know they're fully vaccinated -- which means two weeks HAVE PASSED since their second shot (or only shot, if they got the Johnson & Johnson).
Fully vaccinated people can also enjoy extended periods of physical contact. I think two vaccinated people can sit on a couch together, shoulder to shoulder, enjoying a bowl of popcorn and being fond and affectionate together. Whoa. That was unthinkable even A few months ago. You've BEEN FOLLOWING social distancing guidelines for the last year. Now that you're fully vaccinated, you can resume hugging and sharing snacks with the people you care ABOUT.
And if you're not ready to hug anyone , that's OK, too. Cuddling up NEXT to someone you love was unthinkable even a few months ago, and it's a dramatic change from the way we've been living since March 2020. If you're comfortable, bring on the bear hugs, the awkward don't-know-if-we-should-hug hugs, the hugs that start with a sprint into each other's arms, as long as you do so with care and safety in mind. If you've done your part to stay safe, you've earned it.///END of TEXT///



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de here4u, postée le 25-05-2021 à 09:59:50 (S | E)
Hello dear workers!

Je commence à poster vos corrections. Il reste quelques jours à tous ceux qui veulent tenter l'aventure ...
Go for it!



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de taiji43, postée le 27-05-2021 à 14:36:59 (S | E)
Hello HERE4U

Je traduirai la première partie dès la parution de la correction

Bonne journée



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de here4u, postée le 28-05-2021 à 22:56:22 (S | E)
Hello, Dear Friends and workers!

Voici la correction de cet exercice que, dans l'ensemble, vous avez apprécié ! et que vous avez presque parfaitement réussi ...

Human contact is back(1) but modified for the pandemic. And while you may not be rushing back into shaking hands or doling out high fives,(2) there's likely one show of affection you've been craving: hugs! Yep, we can hug each other again (3). Last week, UK officials gave residents the green (4) light to resume "cautious hugging." It's curious guidance for Brits, who are famously reserved, but it's a milestone that benefits both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people who've missed physical( 5)touch during the Covid-19 pandemic. ///END of PART ONE///
What exactly constitutes "cautious hugging," and who needs to exercise caution, is less clear. Let’s see what a safe snuggle looks like.
"If an unvaccinated person wants to hug someone else, I think they (6) should wear a mask, and make it brief."
If you're fully vaccinated, though, you have even fewer (7) guidelines when it comes to contact. Here's how the experts say you can keep yourself safe while embracing.
A cautious hug is one that's outdoors(8), without face-to-face contact, that doesn't last very long, the physicians said. Anyone who's unvaccinated should use caution when hugging someone else, and they should wear a mask while doing it.
Kids who aren't eligible for the vaccine yet, (9)(and are short enough)(10) can hug their vaccinated loved ones around the waist, though they should skip (11) the slobbery kisses. Unvaccinated teens probably won't want to crouch down to hug anyone, so they should keep a mask on while they hug and tilt (12) their face away from the person they're hugging, he added. ///END of PART TWO///
Vaccinated people who've missed physical touch are in luck: They can hug each other with abandon, experts said.
"Fully vaccinated people can hug one another without restriction, including indoors, without masks." That goes for all vaccinated people, too. You can hug your vaccinated parents and grandparents for as long as you like, but you can also hug an acquaintance or a new romantic partner, as long as you know they're fully vaccinated -- which means it's been(13) two weeks since their second shot (or only shot, if they got the Johnson & Johnson).
Fully vaccinated people can also enjoy extended periods of physical contact. I think two vaccinated people can sit on a couch together, shoulder to shoulder, enjoying a bowl of popcorn and being fond and affectionate together. Whoa. That was unthinkable even a few(14) months ago. You've followed social distancing guidelines for the last year. Now that you're fully vaccinated, you can resume hugging and sharing snacks with the people you care about(15).
And if you're not ready to hug anyone , that's OK, too. Cuddling up to someone you love was unthinkable even a few months ago, and it's a dramatic change from the way we've been living since March 2020. If you're comfortable, bring on the bear hugs, the awkward don't-know-if-we-should-hug hugs, the hugs that start with a sprint into each other's arms, as long as you do so with care and safety in mind. If you've done your part to stay safe, you've earned it. .///END of TEXT///


(1) Human contact is back : GRRrrrr… Premier mot du texte … en trop, bien sûr, car il s’agissait ici des « contacts humains » en général et non pas de contacts particuliers, déterminés, dont il aurait été question auparavant. Bon ! C’était méchant de ma part de commencer « dur », but it’s part of the game and you like it, don’t you? …
(2) a high five=> high fives. (High ten (ten fingers… était une « plaisanterie » de ma part ! Bon ! Pas drôle … ) Lien internet

(3) To hug each other ; each other : pronom de réciprocité (entre deux personnes, mais parfois plus …) Other ne prend pas de -S
(4) To give the green light : = to allow ; to give the red light : to forbid. (similar to lights on trafic lights!) Laissez-vous guider par le sens et la logique du texte !
(5) To miss something : manquer DE. = miss something/ somebody: Lien internet

(6) a person… someone else, I think «they» should wear: person/ someone : pronoms indéfinis demandant le verbe au singulier, mais qui sont repris par des pronoms pluriels.
(7) «even (less guidelines»: est FAUX. «Guidelines» est un nom dénombrable pluriel (alors que less est suivi d’un indénombrable singulier): even fewer guidelines (fewer + dénombrable pluriel.)
(8) outdoors: // outdoor (voir la différence ! Lien internet

(9) Kids who aren't eligible for the vaccine yet : not…yet : pas encore.
(10) short enough/ small enough: Attention à la construction ; l’ordre des mots est très IMPORTANT : Adjectif + enough.
(11) They should (keep the slobbery kisses : To skip the slobbery kisses : to abandon/ to give up/ to forget.
(12) swing their face away=> tilt their face away. Bien distinguer «to swing» et «to tilt». Lien internet
Pas du tout le même mouvement ! Lien internet

(13) which means (it's two weeks since their second shot:... means it's been two weeks since their second shot: present perfect qui indique une durée en train de s’écouler depuis l’action.
(14) «few months ago »= peu de mois, trop peu de mois.= petite quantité insuffisante. /// «a few months»: quelques mois : petite quantité suffisante.
(15) with the people you care about. Rejet obligatoire de la particule adverbiale en fin de phrase.
Autre « méchanceté » de ma part … Pas de fautes à corriger dans le dernier paragraphe … Ca vous a bien troublés … Sorry!


Pour ce qui est du Follow up Work, j'ai 3 volontaires pour la partie 1 et une seule pour le reste ... J'apprécierais au moins deux versions par partie, please ... Un petit effort ??? et BRAVO pour votre excellent travail.


A cautious hug!



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de magie8, postée le 28-05-2021 à 23:29:06 (S | E)
hello traduction 1ere partie

Human contact is back(1) but modified for the pandemic. And while you may not be rushing back into shaking hands or doling out high fives,(2) there's likely one show of affection you've been craving: hugs! Yep, we can hug each other again (3). Last week, UK officials gave residents the green (4) light to resume "cautious hugging." It's curious guidance for Brits, who are famously reserved, but it's a milestone that benefits both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people who've missed physical( 5)touch
during the Covid-19 pandemic. ///END of PART ONE///

Le contact humains est de retour mais modifié pour la pandémie.Et même si vous ne vous précipitez pas pour serrer ou toper les mains, ll y a au moins un signe d'affection que vous avez désiré très fort : Les câlins ! La semaine dernière, les autorités britaniques ont donné le feu vert aux résidents pour qu'ils reprennent le "câlin prudent". C'est une orientation curieuse pour les Britaniques, qui sont réputés réservés, mais c'est une étape importante qui profite à la fois aux personnes entièrement vaccinées et aux personnes qui ont manqué de contact physique pendant la pandémie.

Début de la 2ème

What exactly constitutes "cautious hugging," and who needs to exercise caution, is less clear. Let’s see what a safe snuggle looks like.
"If an unvaccinated person wants to hug someone else, I think they (6) should wear a mask, and make it brief."
If you're fully vaccinated, though, you have even fewer (7) guidelines when it comes to contact. Here's how the experts say you can keep yourself safe while embracing.
A cautious hug is one that's outdoors(8), without face-to-face contact, that doesn't last very long, the physicians said. Anyone who's unvaccinated should use caution when hugging someone else, and they should wear a mask while doing it.
Kids who aren't eligible for the vaccine yet, (9)(and are short enough)(10) can hug their vaccinated loved ones around the waist, though they should skip (11) the slobbery kisses.


Ce qui constitue exactement une "étreinte prudente", et qui doit faire preuve de prudence , est moins clair. Voyons à quoi ressemble un câlin prudent ."Si une personne non vaccinée veut faire un câlin à quelqu'un d'autre, je pense qu'elle devrait porter un masque et faire en sorte que ce soit bref."
Si vous êtes complètement vacciné, cependant vous avez encore moins de lignes directives quand il s'agit de contact... Voici comment les experts disent que vous pouvez vous garder en sécurité tout en embrassant.
Un câlin prudent est celui qui est donné dehors face à face, qui ne dure pas très longtemps, ont déclaré les médecins.Quiconque n'est pas vacciné devrait faire preuve de prudence lorsqu'il embrasse quelqu'un d'autre, et il devrait porter un masque en le faisant.Les enfants qui ne sont pas encore admissibles au vaccin (et qui sont encore assez petits) peuvent serrer leurs proches vaccinès autour de la taille ,mais ils devront éviter les baisers baveux.



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de maxwell, postée le 29-05-2021 à 07:41:59 (S | E)
FINISHED
hello
Je prendrai la 3e partie

Vaccinated people who've missed physical touch are in luck: They can hug each other with abandon, experts said.
"Fully vaccinated people can hug one another without restriction, including indoors, without masks." That goes for all vaccinated people, too. You can hug your vaccinated parents and grandparents for as long as you like, but you can also hug an acquaintance or a new romantic partner, as long as you know they're fully vaccinated -- which means it's been two weeks since their second shot (or only shot, if they got the Johnson & Johnson).
Fully vaccinated people can also enjoy extended periods of physical contact. I think two vaccinated people can sit on a couch together, shoulder to shoulder, enjoying a bowl of popcorn and being fond and affectionate together. Whoa. That was unthinkable even a few months ago. You've followed social distancing guidelines for the last year. Now that you're fully vaccinated, you can resume hugging and sharing snacks with the people you care about.
And if you're not ready to hug anyone , that's OK, too. Cuddling up to someone you love was unthinkable even a few months ago, and it's a dramatic change from the way we've been living since March 2020. If you're comfortable, bring on the bear hugs, the awkward don't-know-if-we-should-hug hugs, the hugs that start with a sprint into each other's arms, as long as you do so with care and safety in mind. If you've done your part to stay safe, you've earned it.

Les personnes vaccinées en manque de contact physique ont de la chance : elles peuvent s'étreindre en s'abandonnant, disent les experts.
"Les personnes entièrement vaccinées peuvent s'étreindre sans restriction, y compris en intérieur, sans masque". Cela est également valable pour toutes les personnes vaccinées. Vous pouvez serrer vos parents et grands-parents vaccinés aussi longtemps que vous le voulez, mais vous pouvez aussi enlacer une connaissance ou un nouveau compagnon du moment que vous savez que la personne est entièrement vaccinée - ce qui veut dire qu'elle a reçu sa seconde dose il y a au moins deux semaines (ou sa dose unique dans le cas de Johnson & Jonson)
Les personnes entièrement vaccinées peuvent aussi profiter d'instants de contact physiques étendus. Je pense que deux personnes vaccinées peuvent s'asseoir ensemble sur un canapé, épaule contre épaule, en profitant d'un bol de popcorn et être tendre et affectueux. Dites donc, ce n'était même pas pensable ne serait-ce qu'il y a quelques mois. L'année dernière, vous avez suivi les recommandations de distanciation sociale. Maintenant que vous êtes entièrement vaccinés, vous pouvez recommencer à embrasser et partager des collations avec les personnes qui vous sont chères.
Et si vous n'êtes pas prêt à serrer quelqu'un dans vos bras, pas de problème. Se blottir contre quelqu'un que vous aimez était encore inimaginable il y a quelques mois et c'est un changement spectaculaire par rapport à la façon dont nous avons vécu depuis mars 2020. Si vous êtes à l'aise, à vous les gros câlins, les maladroits câlins "sais pas si on devrait", les câlins qui commencent par une course vers les bras de l'autre, tant que vous le faites dans un esprit de précaution et de sécurité. Si vous avez fait votre part pour rester en sécurité, vous l'avez mérité.



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de taiji43, postée le 29-05-2021 à 14:35:47 (S | E)
I'm coming, I'm coming, I'm late to respect the translation process
here is my little contribution Part one

Le contact humain est de retour, mais modifié en raison de la pandémie, forcément. ! Et bien que vous ne vous précipitez peut être pas pour vous serrer les mains ou distribuer des « tape mes cinq «  il y a probablement une preuve d'affection dont vous mourez d’envie : les câlins !
Oui, nous pouvons à nouveau nous faire des câlins. La semaine dernière les autorités britanniques ont donné aux habitants le feu rouge pour reprendre les "câlins prudents". C'est une directive curieuse pour les Britanniques, qui sont réputés réservés, mais c'est une étape importante qui profite à la fois aux personnes entièrement vaccinées et aux personnes non vaccinées qui ont manqué de contact physique pendant la pandémie de Covid-19. ///END of PART ONE///



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /94 de here4u, postée le 30-05-2021 à 10:32:40 (S | E)
Hello, dear Friends,

Still working in difficult conditions... Doing my best... PLEASE, BE PATIENT! This is only the beginning of the correction of the Follow Up Work.
Mise en page: OK. CORRECTION en cours ...


Human contact is back but modified for the pandemic. And while you may not be rushing back into shaking hands or doling out high fives, there's likely one show of affection you've been craving: hugs! Yep, we can hug each other again. Last week, UK officials gave residents the green light to resume "cautious hugging." It's curious guidance for Brits, who are famously reserved, but it's a milestone that benefits both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people who've missed physical touch during the Covid-19 pandemic.

I. 1) LeS contactS humainS est de retour ( reprennent/ recommencent) mais modifiéS pour la pandémie, bien sûr. Et bien que vous ne vous précipitiez peut-être pas en vous serrant la main ou en topant dans la main, c’est il existe probablement une preuve d’affection que dont vous avez une envie irrésistible : des câlins ! Oui, on peut encore s’embrasser à nouveau. La semaine dernière, les autorités britanniques ont donné le feu vert aux habitants pour autoriser des « câlins prudents ». Ces conseils sont curieux pour des Britanniques, qui sont réputés réservés, mais c’est une étape importante qui profite à la fois aux personnes entièrement vaccinées et non vaccinées qui ont manqué de contacts physiques pendant la pandémie de la Covid-19. Bravo, Choco. Texte très bien compris.

I. 2) LeS contactS humains est de retour reprennent mais modifiéS pour la pandémie. Et même si vous ne vous précipitez pas pour serrer ou toper les mains, ll y a au moins un signe d'affection que vous avez désiré très fort : Les câlins ! La semaine dernière, les autorités britanniques ont donné le feu vert aux résidents pour qu'ils reprennent le "câlin prudent". C'est une orientationun conseil curieux) curieuse pour des Britanniques, qui sont réputés réservés, mais c'est une étape importante qui profite à la fois aux personnes entièrement vaccinées et aux personnes non vaccinées qui ont manqué de contact physique pendant la pandémie. Bravo, magie. Très bonne compréhension du texte.

I. 3) Le contact humain est de retour, mais modifiéS en raison de la pandémie, forcément! Et bien que vous ne vous précipitez peut être pas pour vous serrer les mains ou distribuer des " tape m'en cinq " il y a probablement une preuve d'affection dont vous mourez d’envie : les câlins ! TTB
Oui, nous pouvons à nouveau nous faire des câlins. La semaine dernière les autorités britanniques ont donné aux habitants le feu rouge pour l'autorisation de reprendre les "câlins prudents". C'est une directive curieuse pour des Britanniques, qui sont réputés réservés, mais c'est une étape importante qui profite à la fois aux personnes entièrement vaccinées et aux personnes non vaccinées qui ont manqué de contact physique pendant la pandémie de Covid-19.
Bravo, Taiji. Tu as très bien compris !

Je vous disais que "Human contact" devait être pris en général. La conclusion évidente de cette affirmation est la nécessité d'employer le pluriel ... (et donc de faire les accords en français !)

What exactly constitutes "cautious hugging," and who needs to exercise caution, is less clear. Let’s see what a safe snuggle looks like.
"If an unvaccinated person wants to hug someone else, I think they should wear a mask, and make it brief."
If you're fully vaccinated, though, you have even fewer guidelines when it comes to contact. Here's how the experts say you can keep yourself safe while embracing.
A cautious hug is one that's outdoors, without face-to-face contact, that doesn't last very long, the physicians said. Anyone who's unvaccinated should use caution when hugging someone else, and they should wear a mask while doing it.
Kids who aren't eligible for the vaccine yet, (and are short enough) can hug their vaccinated loved ones around the waist, though they should skip the slobbery kisses. Unvaccinated teens probably won't want to crouch down to hug anyone, so they should keep a mask on while they hug and tilt their face away from the person they're hugging, he added.

II. 1.) Ce qu’est exactement une « étreinte prudente » et qui doit faire preuve de prudence est moins clair. Voyons à quoi ressemble un câlin sûr. « Si une personne non vaccinée veut embrasser quelqu’un d’autre, je pense qu’elle devrait porter un masque, et le faire rapidement. » Si vous êtes entièrement vacciné, cependant, vous avez encore moins de contraintes quand il s’agit de contact. Voici comment les experts expliquent que vous pouvez vous protéger tout en embrassant (faisant des accolades).
Un câlin prudent est celui donné hors du foyer, sans contact en face-à-face, qui ne dure pas très longtemps, ont dit les médecins. Toute personne qui n’est pas vaccinée doit faire preuve de prudence lorsqu’elle est en train d’étreindre quelqu’un d’autre, et elle doit porter un masque pendant qu’elle le fait. Les enfants qui ne sont pas encore admissibles éligibles à la vaccination, (et sont assez petits) peuvent étreindre leurs proches vaccinés autour de la taille, mais ils devraient éviter les baisers baveux. Les adolescents non vaccinés ne voudront probablement pas s’accroupir pour embrasser qui que ce soit, alors ils devraient garder un masque pendant qu’ils s’étreignent et éloigner leur visage loin de la personne qu’ils étreignent, a-t-il ajouté.
Les personnes vaccinées qui ont manqué de contact physique ont de la chance : elles peuvent s’étreindre en s’abandonnant, selon les experts.
Très Bien, Choco ! Bravo!

II. 2.)Ce qui constitue (Qu'est-ce .../ En quoi consiste ...)exactement [ qu' ]une "étreinte prudente", et qui doit faire preuve de prudence, est moins clair. Voyons à quoi ressemble un câlin prudent ."Si une personne non vaccinée veut faire un câlin à quelqu'un d'autre, je pense qu'elle devrait porter un masque et faire en sorte que ce soit bref."
Si vous êtes complètement vacciné, cependant vous avez encore moins de lignes directives quand il s'agit de contact ... Voici comment les experts disent que vous pouvez vous garder en sécurité tout en embrassant. s'étreignant.
Un câlin prudent est celui qui est donné dehors face à face, qui ne dure pas très longtemps, ont déclaré les médecins. Quiconque n'est pas vacciné devrait faire preuve de prudence lorsqu'il embrasse quelqu'un d'autre, et il devrait porter un masque en le faisant. Les enfants qui ne sont pas encore admissibles au vaccin (et qui sont encore assez petits) peuvent serrer leurs proches vaccinés autour de la taille , mais ils devront éviter les baisers baveux.
Très Bien, Magie ! Bravo !

Vaccinated people who've missed physical touch are in luck: They can hug each other with abandon, experts said.
"Fully vaccinated people can hug one another without restriction, including indoors, without masks." That goes for all vaccinated people, too. You can hug your vaccinated parents and grandparents for as long as you like, but you can also hug an acquaintance or a new romantic partner, as long as you know they're fully vaccinated -- which means it's been two weeks since their second shot (or only shot, if they got the Johnson & Johnson).
Fully vaccinated people can also enjoy extended periods of physical contact. I think two vaccinated people can sit on a couch together, shoulder to shoulder, enjoying a bowl of popcorn and being fond and affectionate together. Whoa. That was unthinkable even a few months ago. You've followed social distancing guidelines for the last year. Now that you're fully vaccinated, you can resume hugging and sharing snacks with the people you care about.
And if you're not ready to hug anyone , that's OK, too. Cuddling up to someone you love was unthinkable even a few months ago, and it's a dramatic change from the way we've been living since March 2020. If you're comfortable, bring on the bear hugs, the awkward don't-know-if-we-should-hug hugs, the hugs that start with a sprint into each other's arms, as long as you do so with care and safety in mind. If you've done your part to stay safe, you've earned it.

III. 1.) « Les personnes entièrement vaccinées peuvent s’étreindre sans restriction, y compris à l’extérieur, sans masque. » Cela vaut aussi pour toutes les personnes vaccinées. Vous pouvez étreindre vos parents et grands-parents vaccinés aussi longtemps que vous le souhaitez, mais vous pouvez aussi embrasser une connaissance ou un nouveau partenaire romantique, aussi longtemps que à partir du moment où vous savez qu’ils sont entièrement vaccinés - ce qui signifie que c’est deux semaines après leur deuxième injection (ou seulement une s’ils l’ont été par le Johnson & Johnson). Les personnes entièrement vaccinées peuvent également profiter de longues périodes de contacts physiques. Je pense que deux personnes vaccinées peuvent s’asseoir sur un canapé ensemble, épaule contre épaule, profiter d’un saladier de pop-corn et se câliner et prouver leur affection. Oh. C’était impensable il y a encore quelques mois. Vous avez suivi les lignes directrices de distanciation sociale durant la dernière année. Maintenant que vous êtes entièrement vacciné, vous pouvez reprendre vos câlins et partager des collations avec les personnes dont vous vous souciez auxquelles vous tenez. Et si vous n’êtes pas prêt à embrasser étreindre quelqu’un, c’est OK, aussi. Câliner quelqu’un que vous aimez était impensable, même il y a quelques mois, et c’est un changement spectaculaire de la façon dont nous vivons depuis Mars 2020. Si vous êtes à l’aise, offrez "les gros câlins", "les câlins" maladroits ne savent pas si-nous-devrions-étreindre où "l'on ne sait pas si l'on doit s'étreindre ou pas" avec des ou des câlins qui commencent par un où "l'on prend son élan pour sauter dans les bras de l’autre", tant que vous le faites en gardant l’attention et la sécurité présentes à l’esprit. Si vous avez fait votre part pour rester en sécurité, vous l’avez mérité. Texte très bien compris, BRAVO, Choco !

III. 2.) Les personnes vaccinées en manque de contact physique ont de la chance : elles peuvent s'étreindre en s'abandonnant, disent les experts.
"Les personnes entièrement vaccinées peuvent s'étreindre sans restriction, y compris en intérieur, sans masque". Cela est également valable pour toutes les personnes vaccinées. Vous pouvez serrer vos parents et grands-parents vaccinés aussi longtemps que vous le voulez, mais vous pouvez aussi enlacer une connaissance ou un nouveau compagnon, du moment que vous savez que la personne est entièrement vaccinée - ce qui veut dire qu'elle a reçu sa seconde dose il y a au moins deux semaines (ou sa dose unique dans le cas de Johnson & Jonson)
Les personnes entièrement vaccinées peuvent aussi profiter d'instants de contacts physiques étendus. Je pense que deux personnes vaccinées peuvent s'asseoir ensemble sur un canapé, épaule contre épaule, en profitant d'un bol de popcorn et être tendre et affectueux. Dites donc, ce n'était même pas pensable ne serait-ce qu'il y a quelques mois ! L'année dernière, vous avez suivi les recommandations de distanciation sociale. Maintenant que vous êtes entièrement vaccinés, vous pouvez recommencer à embrasser et partager des collations avec les personnes qui vous sont chères.
Et si vous n'êtes pas prêt à serrer quelqu'un dans vos bras, pas de problème. Se blottir contre quelqu'un que vous aimez était encore inimaginable il y a quelques mois et c'est un changement spectaculaire par rapport à la façon dont nous avons vécu depuis mars 2020. Si vous êtes à l'aise, à vous "les gros câlins", "les maladroitscâlins" "j'sais pas si on devrait", les câlins qui commencent par une course vers les bras de l'autre, tant que vous le faites dans un esprit de précaution et de sécurité. Si vous avez fait votre part pour rester en sécurité, vous l'avez mérité.
C'est parfait, Maxwell ! Très bien traduit !

Bravo et un grand merci aux volontaires ...






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