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Message de violet91 posté le 03-06-2011 à 19:59:59 (S | E | F)

Bonjour aux amis connus et éventuels visiteurs ,



Voici , comme promis, un travail tout à fait accessible qui vous incitera , je l'espère, à vous diriger vers un autre objet d'art et ' et de désir' !... Là, point de surchauffe : ni celle des neurones, ni celle des pronateurs, abducteurs, palmaires, fléchisseurs, radiaux , supinateurs ,extenseurs ..ou autres (coucou nina ) !!

J'avoue que ce thème signé Violet est inspiré ...





----------------------------------Parole de prêtre . Thème. ------------------------------------------------------




1 ) Le Père Logan entendit le réfugié allemand dire : - " Je dois absolument parler à quelqu'un ! ".

2 ) Il ne peut absolument pas raconter ce que l'homme lui a confessé.

3 ) Ce mercredi-là , la porte du juriste était ouverte , alors que, d'habitude, il la fermait à double tour.

4 ) Comme nous avons de la chance d'avoir un bon ouvrier !

5 ) Quelle idiotie de penser qu'un prêtre pouvait être impliqué dans un meurtre !

6 ) Il me faut te voir d'urgence , quel que soit l'endroit !

7 ) Je suis incapable de vous aider ; que voulez-vous que je vous dise ?

8 ) Ne me plains pas ! Je ne t'ennuierai plus !

9 ) Pourquoi vous a-t-on fait du chantage, alors ? - Rien ne t'oblige à répondre.

10 ) Je ne vis ni Mickaël ni Villette pendant cinq ans.

11 ) Aucun souci à se faire . Mickaël arrangerait tout cela.

12 ) La police a établi que Villette avait été assassiné à 23h30. ( en toutes lettres ,please).

13 ) C'est vous qui allez être pendu à ma place !

14 ) Etiez-vous encore amoureuse de lui à l'époque de votre mariage ?

15 ) Si vous êtes incapable de garder votre sang-froid , vous pouvez être capable de meurtre.

16 ) La soutane n'était pas la sienne propre ; on ne retrouva pas l'arme ; il fut donc acquitté.

17 ) Le mari abattit sa femme d'un coup de revolver au milieu de la foule.

18 ) Ses dernières paroles furent : " Pardonnez-moi !". Puis, elle mourut dans les bras du prêtre.

19 ) L'inspecteur Larrue cria : " Je ne veux pas que le meurtrier soit tué !"

20 ) Vous tuer serait vous rendre service ! Vous êtes aussi coupable que moi!





----------------------------------- C'est tout, donc . Juste un peu de cerebrum (lobe frontal ) ,de lobes temporaux...et de "petits" bras ! Vous vous tournerez alors vers et le Maître en la matière. .




..............Now, enjoy yourselves ! . It is almost as easy as pie, isn't it ?


Correction prévue vers le samedi 18 Juin



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de dolfine56, postée le 04-06-2011 à 16:13:04 (S | E)
Hello dear Violet,

Thanks a lot for this new ," highly inspired"topic.

Priest's words.

1) Father Logan heard the German refugee saying:"I really must speak to someone.
2)he definitely can't tell what the man confessed him.
3)On that Wednesday, the lawyer's door was opened,even though he usually double-locked it.
4)How lucky we are , having a well-able workman.
5) What such an inanity it was to think a priest might be involved in a murder!
6)I must see you immediatly, wherever you want.
7)I am unable to help you; what do you want me to tell you?
8),Please, don't complain!I won't bore you anymore
9)So, why did anybody blackmailed you?--nothing compelled you to answer.
10)I have seen neither Mickaël nor Villette for five years.
11)No worry! Mickaël would settle all that.
12)The police set out Villette had been murdered at half past twenty-three .
13)It's you who'll be hung instead of me.(in my position; in my place)
14)Were you still in love with him when you got married ?
15)If you can't keep your head,you may be able to afford to do a murder.
16)The cassock wasn't his own;the weapon wasn't found again,so he was acquitted.
17)The woman was knocked down by her husband's gunshot in the middle of the crowd.
18)Her last words were "forgive me !".Then she died in the priest's arms.
19)Detective Larrue shouted:"I want the murderer not to be killed!"
20)To kill you would be to do you a favor!you are as guilty as I am!
That long exercice has very nearly killed me! ...but I have survived.




Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de hanifa, postée le 05-06-2011 à 10:16:45 (S | E)
Hi everybody,

A promise is a promise, so this is my attempt. I took some time to do it.
Here we go.

PRIEST SPEECH

1) Father Logan heard the German refugee say : "I absolutely must talk to someone."
2) He absolutely cannot tell what the man confessed him.
3) This Wednesday, the jurist's door was opened, whereas, usually, he closed it with double turns.
4) We are so lucky having a good locksmith!
5) What an idiocy thinking a priest can be involved (implicated?) in a murder!
6) I must to see you in urgency, no matter the place!
7) I am unable to help you. What do you want to tell you?
8) Don't complain me! I won't disturb you no more (anymore?)
9) So why did someone blackmail you? Nothing obligate you to answer.
10) I didn't see neither Mickael nor Villette during five years.
11) None soucy to do. Mickael will fix all this.
12) Police etablished that Villette had been murdered at half past twenty free.
13) You, you're going to hand instead of me!
14) Were you still in love with him at the time of your mariage.
15) If you abble to keep your selfcontrol, you abble to kill someone.
16) The cassock wasn't his own; we didn't find the gun; so he had been acquitted.
17) The husband killed his wife with a gunshut in the middle of the crowd.
18) His last speeches were : "Forgive me!". Then, she died in the arms of the priest.
19) Detective Larrue called out : "I don't want the killer be killed!".
20) Kill you could a great help to you! You are guilty as far as I am!
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Modifié par hanifa le 05-06-2011 10:17



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de joe39, postée le 07-06-2011 à 11:47:03 (S | E)
Hello dear Violet,

Word of priest.

1 - Father Logan heard the German refugee saying: “I must absolutely speak to somebody!”
2 – He absolutely can not tell what the man has confessed to him.
3 – That Wednesday the jurist’s door was open, while he was used to lock it twice.
4 – What a lucky chance it is to have such a good worker !
5 – What an idiocy it is thinking a priest might be involved in a murder!
6 – I need to meet you urgently, no matter somewhere!
7 – I am unable to help you; what could I say you ?
8 – Do not complain of me, I will disturb you no more!
9 – Why did you do such a blackmail, then ?
10 – I have not seen either Michael or Villette for five years.
11 – Don’t worry. Michael would arrange the whole matter.
12 – The police established that Villette was murdered at thirty past eleven p.m.
13 - You are that is going to be hanged instead of me.
14 - Have you been still being in love with him when you got married ?
15 – If you are unable to keep your coolness, you may be able to kill.
16 – The cassock was not his own, the weapon, was not found, therefore he was acquitted
17 – The husband struck his wife down amid the crowd with a revolver shot
18 – Her last words were: “Forgive me!”. Then she died in the arms of the priest.
19 – The detective inspector shouted: “I don’t want the murderer get killed!”
20 – Killing you would be doing you a favour! You are as guilty as I am.

I really thank you for the nice ordeal!
Joe39



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de maya92, postée le 07-06-2011 à 16:19:19 (S | E)
Bonjour Violet,

1 – Father Logan heard the German refugee say : ‘I must speak to somebody’
2 – He definitely cannot tell what the man had confessed to him
3 – That Wednesday the lawyer’s door was open when he usually double-locked it
4 – How lucky we are to have such a good worker !
5 – What a foolish idea to imagine that a priest could be involved in a murder !
6 – I must see him urgently no matter the place !
7 – I am unable to help you ; what do you want me to say ?
8 – Don’t feel sorry for me ! I won’t bother you any more
9 – Why have you been blackmailed then ? Nothing can make you answer
10 – I have not seen Mickaël or Villette for 5 years
11 – No worry, Mickaël would sort this out
12 – The police have established that Villette was murdered at eleven thirty p.m.
13 – YOU will be hung instead of me
14 – Were you still in love with him when you got married ?
15 – If you can’t keep your head you can commit a murder
16 – The cassock was not his ; the weapon couldn’t be found thereforea he was acquitted
17 – The husband shot his wife dead in the crowd
18 – Her last words were : ‘Forgive me !’ And she died in the priest’s arms
19 – Detective Larrue shouted : ‘I don’t want the murderer to be killed’ !
20 – To kill you would be doing you a favour ! You are as guilty as me !

Merci pour le thème précédent et la magnifique correction (la réponse à la question 'voulez-vous la suite ?' est OUI) et merci aussi pour ces phrases intéressantes mais pas si faciles...Merci et à bientôt



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de alpiem, postée le 07-06-2011 à 20:29:06 (S | E)
Hello! Violet,

thanks for being read by you.

1)Father Logan heard the german refugee saying: I absolutely must speak to somebody.
2)He definitely cannot tell what the man confessed to him.
3)On that wednesday, the door of the jurist's office was left open whereas he would have it locked.
4)How lucky we are to have got a skilled workman.
5)What a nonsense it is to think that a priest could be involved in a murder!
6)I've got to see you urgently,wherever be it.
7)I am unable to help you ;what can I say?
8)Don't worry about me!I wont bother you any longer.
9)what did they blackmail you for, then?
10)I did not see neither Mickaël nor Villette for five years.
11)there was no point worrying about,Mickaël would put things right.
12)It has been established by the police that Villette had been murdered at eleven thirty pm.
13)You are the one to be hanged instead of me!
14)Were you still in love with him when you married him?
15)If you are unable to keep your temper you may be able to kill.
16)The cloth was not his;the weapon was not found;so he was discharged.
17)The husband shot his wife while in the middle of the mob.
18)Her last words were:"forgive me".Then she died in the priest's arms.
19)Inspector Larrur shouted:"I don't want the murderer to be killed!"
20)Killing you would be a favor! you are as guilty as I am!



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de matou94, postée le 08-06-2011 à 00:01:31 (S | E)
Hello dear Violet and everybody

Parole de prêtre : Speech of priest.
1 )Father Logan heard the german refugee say : - "I must absolutely talk with someone !".
2 )He cannot absolutely tell what the man confessed him.
3 )On that Wednesday, the lawyer's door was unlocked, while, usually, he double-lock it.
4 )How lucky we are to have a good worker !
5 )What a stupid idea to imagine that a priest could be involved in a murder !
6 )I must to see you immediatly, whatever is the place !
7 )I'm unable to help you ; What do you want me to say ?
8 )Don't complain for me ! I shall not annoy you any more !
9 )Why did we blackmail you, then? - nothing obliges you to answer.
10 )I saw neither Mickaël nor Villette for five years.
11 )No worry. Mickaël would settle all that.
12 )The police have established that Villette had been murdered at half past eleven (p.m.).
13 )It is you who go to be hung in my stead !
14 )Were you still loving of him at the time of your marriage?
15 )If you can't to keep your composure, you are able to do murder.
16 )The cassock wasn't his own ; we didn't find the weapon; so he was settled.
17 )The husband gunned down his wife in the middle of a crowd.
18 )Her last words were : "Forgive me!". Then, she died in the Priest's arms.
19 )Inspector Larrue shouted : "I want the murderer not to be killed !"
20 )To kill you would be to help you ! You are as guilty as me!

Ouf ... Violet but it's not a piece of cake for me !

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Modifié par matou94 le 08-06-2011 08:57



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de aneth-estragon, postée le 08-06-2011 à 07:52:55 (S | E)
Thank you Violet !

1 ) Father Logan heard the German refugee say: 'I do need to talk to somebody!'
2 ) He strictly mustn't tell what the man confessed to him as a priest.
3 ) That wednesday, the jurist's door was open, whereas his habit was to keep it double-locked.
4 ) How lucky we are to have a good workman!
5 ) What a stupid thing to think, that a priest could be involved in a murder!
6 ) I have to see you now, it doesn't matter where!
7 ) I'm unable to help you; what do you want me to say
8 ) Don't feel sorry for me! I won't bother you anymore!
9 ) What were you blackmailed with, then? - You don't have to answer.
10 ) I saw neither Mickaël nor Villette for five years.
11 ) We didn't need worry. Mickaël would have everything settled.
12 ) The police have established that Villette was murdered at eleven thirty pm.
13 ) You're the one who is going to be hanged in my stead!
14 ) Were you still in love with him at the time of your wedding?
15 ) If you can't keep your head cool, you can commit murder!
16 ) The cassock was not his own ; the weapon was never found; hence he was acquitted.
17 ) The husband shot his wife dead in the middle of the crowd.
18 ) Her last words were: 'Forgive me!' Then she died in the priest's arms.
19 ) Inspector Larrue cried: 'I want the murderer alive!'
20 ) To kill you would be to do you a favour! You are as guilty as me!




Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de eos17, postée le 08-06-2011 à 12:16:21 (S | E)
Hello violet

Quel changement !
Words of priest.

1-Father Logan heard the German refugee saying :" I absolutely must speak with somebody!"
2-Really he can't tell what the man confessed him.
3-On that Wednesday,the lawyer's door was opened,even though,usually he double-locked it.
4-How lucky we are to have a good worker !
5-What a stupidity to think that a priest could be implicated in a murder !
6-I must see you immediatly wherever you may go !
7-I'm unable to help you !What would you like I tell you ?
8-Don't feel sorry for me !I won't bore you anymore!
9-So,why did they blackmailed you ?Nobody compels you to answer .
10-I've seen neither Mickaël nor Villette for five years.
11-No worry ! Mickaël would fix all that.
12-The police have estabilished that Villette had been murdered at half past twenty-three.
14- Were you still in love with him at your marriage time ?
15-If you are not able to keep your calm,you can be a murderer.
16-The cassock wasn't his own;the weapon will not be found; so he was acquitted.
17-The husband shot down his wife in the middle of the crowd.
18- Her last words were :"Forgive me !"then she died in the priest's arms.
19-Inspector Larrue shouted :"I want the murderer alive "
20-To kill you would help you out !You are as guilty as me !
violet pour cet exercice d'un genre nouveau mais pas sans difficultés.

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Modifié par eos17 le 08-06-2011 16:54



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de ariane6, postée le 11-06-2011 à 11:35:54 (S | E)
Hello violet !

En attendant ta leçon sur les "modals verbs", voici mon essai, c'est moins simple qu'il ne paraît d'évaluer les pourcentages ! et je pèse mes mots !

1 ) Father Logan heard the German refugee saying :-"I must definitely talk to someone !".
2 ) He will never reveal what the man confessed to him.
3 ) That Wednesday, the lawyer's door was open, whereas he usually locked it tightly.
4 ) How lucky we are to have such a good worker !
5 ) It's absurd to think a priest could have been involved in a murder !
6 ) I must see you urgently, wherever !
7 ) I can't help you; what do you want me to tell you ?
8 ) Don't pity me ! I won't bother you again !
9 ) Why have you been blackmailed, then ? - You don't have to tell me.
10 ) I hadn't seen Michael or Villette for five years.
11 ) Don't worry. Michael would sort everything out.
12 ) The police proved that Villette had been killed at half past eleven at night.
13 ) It's you that will be hanged, not me !
14 ) At the time of your wedding, were you still in love with him ?
15 ) If you can't control your emotions, you may end up committing murder.
16 ) The cassock wasn't his; the weapon was never found; so he was acquitted
17 ) In the middle of the crowd, the man shot his wife with a pistol.
18 ) Her last words were : "Forgive me !". Then she died in the priest's arms.
19 ) Inspector Larrue shouted : I don't want the murderer to be killed.
20 ) Killing you, would do you a favor ! You're just as guilty as I am.

Merci beaucoup !...



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de lucile83, postée le 11-06-2011 à 16:47:30 (S | E)
Hello dear violet,

AH...I confess ... that the exercise is quite interesting
Thank you

Word of a priest

1) Father Logan heard the German refugee say:’ I do have to speak to someone!’
2) He definitely can’t tell what the man has confessed to him.
3) The door of the jurist’s office was open on that Wednesday, when it was usually double-locked.
4) How lucky we are to have a good worker!
5) What a stupid thing to think that a priest could be involved in a murder!
6) I must desperately see you, wherever it is.
7) I can’t help you; what do you expect me to tell you?
8) Don’t feel sorry for me! I won’t bother you anymore!
9) Why were you blackmailed then? – Don’t answer if you don’t want to.
10) I did not see either Mickaël or Villette for five years.
11) No worry. Mickaël would sort out everything.
12) The police have established that Villette was murdered at eleven thirty at night.
13) You guy are to be hanged, in my stead!
14) Were you still in love with him when you got married?
15) If you are unable to keep your head, you are able to commit a murder.
16) The cassock was not his own; no weapon was found; he then was acquitted.
17) The husband shot his wife down in the middle of the crowd.
18) Her last words were: ‘Forgive me! ‘. Then she died in the priest’s arms.
19) Inspector Larrue shouted:’ I want the murderer to be kept alive!’.
20) Killing you would be a help to you! You are as guilty as I am.



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de sundeep, postée le 15-06-2011 à 22:58:14 (S | E)
Hello,

Word of a priest

1 ) Father Logan heard the German refugee say: "I absolutely must talk to someone!"
2 ) He simply cannot tell what the man confessed to him.
3 ) On that Wednesday, the door of the lawyer was open whereas usually he double-locked it.
4 ) How lucky we are to have a good worker!
5 ) What nonsense to think a priest could be involved in a murder case!
6 ) I must see you with the utmost urgency, wherever the place!
7 ) I am unable to help you: what can I say?
8 ) Don't pity me! I will not bother you any longer!
9 ) So, why were you blackmailed? You are not compelled to answer.
10 ) I didn't see either Mickaël or Villette during five years.
11 ) Don't worry. Mickaël would sort things out.
12 ) The police determined that Villette was murdered at eleven thirty pm.
13 ) It's you who are going to be hung instead of me.
14 ) Were you still in love with him at the time of your wedding?
15 ) If you are unable to keep your head, you may be able to commit a crime.
16 ) The soutane was not his own; the arm was never found: therefore he was acquitted.
17 ) The husband gun shot down his wife in the middle of the crowd.
18 ) Her last words were: "Forgive me!". Then she died in the priest's arms.
19 ) Inspector Larrue shouted: "I don't want the murder to be killed!"
20 ) To kill you would do you a good turn! You are as guilty as I am!



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de swan85, postée le 16-06-2011 à 13:27:42 (S | E)
Thank you Violet for this new exercise

Priest’s word

1/Father Logan heard the german refugee saying : “ l must absolutely talk to someone !”
2/ He cannot tell at all what the man confessed to him.
3/ That Wednesday, the jurist’s door was opened , while he usually double-locked it.
4/ How lucky we are to have a good workman !.
5/ What a stupid idea to think that a priest could be implicated in a murder !
6/ I need to meet you urgently whatever the place !
7/ I am unable to help you; what do you want me to tell you ?
8/ Don’t feel sorry for me ; I won’t bother you anymore
9/ Then, why have you been blackmailed ? You are not obliged to reply.1
10/ I didn’t see neither Mickaël nor Villette for five years.
11/ Don’t worry. Mickël will be able to settle everything.
12/ The police has established that Villette had been murdered at half past eleven pm.
13/ You are going to be hanged instead of me !
14/ Were you still in love with him when you got married ?
15/ If you are unable to stay calm, you are able to kill.
16/ The cassock wasn’t his ; the weapon was not found ; So, he got acquitted
17/ The husband shot down his wife among the crowd.
18/ Her last words were : « forgive me » .Then she died in the priest’s arms.
19/ Inspector Larrue shouted : « I don’t want the murderer to be killed ! »
20/ To kill you would be to do a favour to you ! You are as guilty as me!

See you soon.



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de nina80, postée le 16-06-2011 à 19:48:10 (S | E)
Dear Violet,

Priest'words
1 - Father Logan heard the German refugee to say "I absolutely must speak to somebody"
2 - He definitely can't tell what the man confessed to him
3 - On that wednesday the jurist's door was opened whereas it was usually double-locked.
4 - How lucky we are having a skillful worker.
5 - Such a stupidity to think a priest might be involved in a murder!
6 - I must see you urgently anywhere you are.
7 - I'm unable to help you; what do you want me to tell you?
8 - Don't feel sorry for me! I won't bother you anymore!
9 - Then, why were you blackailed? Nothing forces you to answer
10- I saw neither Mickael nor Villette for five years.
11- Don't worry! Mickael would settlle all that.
12- The police established Villette was killed to half past twenty three.
13- It is you who will be hung in my place.
14- Were you still in love with him when you got married?
15- If you are not able to keep cool, you can be able to commit a murder
16- The cassok wasn't his own, they didn't find the weapon , so he was acquitted
17- The husband shot down his wife, in the middle of the crowd
18- Her last words were "forgive me" then she died in the priest's arms
19- Inspector Larue shouted "I don't want the murderer to be killed"
20- To kill you would be a good turn for you, you are as guilty as I am.

Merci Violet
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Modifié par nina80 le 17-06-2011 17:19



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de geronimo12, postée le 18-06-2011 à 13:54:28 (S | E)
Bonjour Violet.

En guise de révision.

Priest's words

1) Father Logan heard the German refugee say: "I absolutely must speak to someone!"
2) He cannot tell what the man had confessed to him.
3) On that Wednesday, the door of the layer was ajar, whereas he usually double-locked it.
4) How lucky we are to have a skillful workman !
5) How absurd it is to imagine that a priest could be involved in a murder!
6) I must meet you straightaway, whatever the spot.
7) I'm unable to help you. What can I do more ?
8) Don't feel pity for me! I won't bother you any more.
9) Why were you blackmailed, then? You are not compelled to answer.
10) I saw neither Michaël nor Villette for five years.
11) Don't worry about it. Michaël would settle everything.
12) The police have established that Villette was murdered at eleven thirty p.m.
13) It'll be you who will be hanged in my stead.
14) Were you still in love with him at the time of your marriage.
15) If you're unable to keep your self-control , then you may commit a murder.
16) The cassock wasn't his proper one; the weapon of the murder was never found; therefore, he was acquitted.
17) The husband killed his wife with a gun right in the middle of the crowd.
18) Her last words were: "Forgive me!" Then she died in the priest's arms.
19) Inspector Larrue shouted: "I want the murderer to be caught alive"
20) Killing you would be helpful! You are as guilty as me.



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de gerondif, postée le 19-06-2011 à 23:06:42 (S | E)
Hello, Violet,

1) Father Logan heard the German refugee say (s'il a tout entendu) (mais saying s'il avait pris la conversation en route): "I really need to speak to somebody."
2 ) He may absolutely not tell what the man confessed to him.
3 ) On that particular Wednesday, the lawyer's door was open whereas he usually (double) locked it shut .
4 ) How lucky we are to have a good worker !
5 ) What nonsense to think that a priest might be involved in a murder !
6 ) I have to see you urgently, whatever the place ! (le wherever it is de Lucile me hante)
7 ) I can't help you; what do you want me to tell you ?
8 ) Don't pity me ! I won't bother you any more!
9 ) Why were you blackmailed, then ? You don't have to answer.
10 ) I saw neither Mickaël nor Vilette for five years.
11 ) You needn't worry. Mickaël would take care of everything.
12 ) The Police established that Vilette had been murdered at eleven thirty p.m.(post meridiem)
13 ) You'll hang for it instead of me !
14 ) Were you still in love with him when you got married ?
15 ) If you can't keep calm,then you are not beyond murder / you may resort to murder./you may be able to kill.
16 ) The cassock wasn't his own; The murder weapon wasn't found, so he was acquitted.
17 ) The husband shot his wife dead (with a revolver)in the middle of the crowd.
18 ) Her last words were: "Forgive me!" Then she died in the priest's arms.
19 ) Inspector Larue shouted: "I don't want the murderer to be killed !"
20 ) Killing you would be doing you a favour ! You're as guilty as me (as I am pour les puristes)!




Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de violet91, postée le 19-06-2011 à 23:53:03 (S | E)

Bonsoir à tous ,chers nouveaux et amis réguliers ,donc mes p'tits mignons,


......Chaleureux merci à vous seize pour ces phrases si bien traduites. Ce n'était pas si simple, en fait.




--------------------------- Word of a priest. Thème.------------------------------------------------------------------


.....or .................The sacramental seal of the confessional...............................................



1 ) Father Logan heard the German refugee say : ' I must tell someone.'

2 ) He definitely cannot let out what the man confessed to him.

3 ) The lawyer's door was open on that Wednesday, whereas it was usually double-locked.

4 ) How lucky we are to have such a skilled workman !

5 ) What nonsense to think (that) a priest could be involved in a murder !

6 ) I've got to see you urgently, whatever the place is.

7 ) There is no way I can help you ; what do you expect me to say ?

8 ) Don't feel sorry for me ! I shall not bother you anymore.

9 ) Why were you blackmailed, then ? - You don't need to answer if you don't want to.

10 ) I saw neither Michael nor Villette for five years.

11 ) Not to worry ! Michael would sort everything out .

12 ) You are the one who is going to be hanged in my stead !

13 ) The police have established (that) Villette was murdered at eleven thirty PM .

14 ) Were you still in love with him when you got married ?

15 ) If you are capable of losing your self-control, then you are capable of murdering someone.

16 ) The cassock appeared not to be his own, the weapon was never found : he was therefore acquitted.

17 ) The husband shot his wife dead amidst the crowd.

18 ) Her last words were ' forgive me 'and then she died in the priest's arms.

19 ) Inspector Larrue shouted : ' I want the murderer alive !'

20 ) Killing you would be doing you a favour ! You are as guilty as I am !




...................Inspiré du fameux film ' I CONFESS' ( 1953 ) by Sir ALFRED HITCHCOCK (1899- London/1980- Los Angeles) ,Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE).....................................




Je vous remercie d'attendre demain pour la suite , si je peux moi-même la reprendre ; je n'ai pas dit de toute façon 'my last word'! Have a very good night , friends !

---Another 'nice' piece to finish this part with :

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...Woilà....Just a few changes after a hard day, as I warned you .06/20/2011.eight fortyfive PM



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de lucile83, postée le 20-06-2011 à 13:03:58 (S | E)
Hello dear,
Thank you for this exercise!
Mes neurones ne sont pas encore liquéfiés, ouf!
A bientôt, bonne journée!



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de notrepere, postée le 21-06-2011 à 19:40:35 (S | E)
Hello Violet
Thank you for this interesting exercise. Another exercise about murder, hmmm, should we be worried? Are you capable of losing your self control? No, not our Violet.
(Oh no, I cannot post images because I have no points! You'll have to wait for your image, Violet, sorry.)



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de violet91, postée le 21-06-2011 à 21:55:08 (S | E)


Hello to the two of you, merci donc aux deux facétieux 'complices" above ..la correction détaillée ne va pas tarder.



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de aneth-estragon, postée le 21-06-2011 à 21:59:31 (S | E)
Merci Violet,
Quite challenging indeed !



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de violet91, postée le 23-06-2011 à 20:52:38 (S | E)
(mercredi 22 Juin - 21h30/23h15, puis incident de parcours)

Bong ! Bonsoir à toutes et tous, friends....je vais tenter une percée ...si je ne pleure pas trop !! J' ai passé quelques heures avec un tout petit bébé (hello, violette19!..-it's his granny!)et deux beaux matoux très poilus comme aimantés par moi !! They just wouldn't care about my allergies , you know !!!
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1 )Word or the word of a priest : la parole donnée. Cette espèce de ' professional secrecy' de la confession catholique , ajouté au fait que the Word of a priest = the Word of God. Sacralisée en quelque sorte.

--To give one's word to somebody , to give somebody one's word (place de choix et de point de vue): donner sa parole à qqn.

Le pluriel ôtait toute notion de serment, de 'loi du silence' (titre français) pour devenir les mots, les paroles d'un prêtre.

Le film ' I confess' s'inspire d'une pièce de théâtre écrite par Paul Anthelme (1902):
" Nos deux consciences " ( ne pas confondre avec Robert Antelme le 1er mari(1939) de Marguerite Duras( pour reparler d'elle " Dit-elle"!).


Qui est tenu par le secret professionnel?
La réponse se trouve à l’article 458 du Code pénal. Cet article énonce que "les médecins, chirurgiens, officiers de santé, pharmaciens, sages-femmes et toutes autres personnes dépositaires, par état ou par profession, des secrets qu'on leur confie, qui (…) les auront révélés, seront punis d'un emprisonnement (…) et d'une amende (…)"1.

L’état de nécessité recouvre notamment l’obligation de porter secours à toute personne en danger (art. 422bis du Code pénal4). Dans ce cas, le dépositaire du secret, après avoir tenté lui-même de venir en aide à la victime et constatant l’échec de ses démarches, peut violer le secret professionnel pour porter secours à une personne exposée à un péril grave et imminent. La valeur "protection d’une personne menacée" prime sur l’obligation de secret.


2 ) A priest [pr st] Un prêtre. Le film ' I confess' (1953) est tourné à Québec . Un profond catholicisme y est omniprésent et tend à ' condamner' l'abbé Logan ou surtout à mieux comprendre ses tourments. Comme un calvaire (prises de vue de Hitchcock). Le film à l'époque était interdit en Irlande (Eire).

L'importante scène finale est tournée au château de Frontenac que l'on voit plusieurs fois dans le film.

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(merci de cliquer sur la flèche >)



3 ) Un peu de vocabulaire religieux et c'est parfois ' tricky' (piégeant) :

---The clergy/ a clergyman (écclésiastique)/the Pope - the papacy Ooo / a bishop (cf. celui de Bayeux, procès de Caen : 14/15 Sept.2001) / an archbishop (comme celui de Canterbury (1120 ?) St Thomas Becket et son ' martyrdom'(1170)..: aux manoeuvres, King Henry II et ses 4 chevaliers (knights [nts].

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a )Je m'arrête un instant sur ' Murder in the cathedral' , cette splendide pièce(1935) de T.S Eliot.

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Fascinant ! Merci à Laure ...Adler .


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Comment se passer de pareils acteurs ?


b ) et sur ...le magnifique 'Becket ou l'honneur de Dieu' ( 1959)de Jean Anouilh.

...et un autre si grand , en allé une semaine après L.Terzieff - début Juillet 2010.Des acteurs 'incandescents'

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(Partie reprise ce jour :21h01: à tout à l'heure).



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de violet91, postée le 23-06-2011 à 23:04:37 (S | E)

23h..après une et demie de travail ..

..décidément ...pas de chance ..! Je mettais une dernière main à toute une suite avec ce poème ...et tout s'est volatilisé ! Pfffff!...Zoooooop !

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Becoming a Refugee By Deng Duot

Dimma Refugee Camp
June 2004


The actual moment,
Of Exile,
Is like an illness.
You are ill,
With rage.

To each family,
It means closing the door,
On friends, culture, your native country.

One year is an exile,
Compared to ten years.

Ten years,
Means nothing,
In the history of the country.

But for a human being,
Is a long time.
For a child,
A life time.
Some of us,
We're born in Ethiopian camps.

Peace is 'round the corner,
What I call home,
Will still be,
Another exile.
Because,
I don't know home.

What an irony,
To become a refugee.


[14-year-old Deng Duot, a Sudanese refugee, presented this poem
during the 2004 World Refugee Day commemorations in Ethiopia.]

....So, therefore, donc,as a result, avant de 'flying off the handle (lâcher le guidon = get crazy), going up the wall, , yes, np, before losing my self-control and good temper , I'd better (aux. modal : je ferais mieux de...- on les reverra demain!)close here for tonight then do some yoga ! .

..........Sorry !


Have a good soothing night ,friends
. (votre violet risquerait de faner !)


....Lien internet




Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de dolfine56, postée le 24-06-2011 à 11:35:33 (S | E)
Hi, dear Violet,

Thanks for this colossal work !!!!
No, our Violet is never withered :

Don't get discouraged by the informatic shticks and keep your calm

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Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de violet91, postée le 24-06-2011 à 19:53:32 (S | E)

Bonsoir à tous , dear friends et merci à toi, dolfine de tes encouragements si bienvenus

--- Je tente une nouvelle percée, ignorant encore si je ne vais pas être interrompue...


4 ) Vocabulaire religieux (ciblé sur le texte ou pas loin).

----A canon (comme le chanoîne Kir - coucou Elisa ou de Limoges - coucou soror)

- surtout sans oublier celui- là :4mn40 de plein bonheur :

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- coucou mon fiiils !! ! Ah! Ta naissance sur cette beauté !)

--A parson [psn]> a parsonage [psni]coucou dolfine( comme celui , devenu Museum,du père des Brontë sisters and only brother , miserable Bramwell à Haworth- Yorkshire)

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( et les marches dans les 'moors' coucou mamy40)

..a parson, a minister, a clergyman (pasteur prot.)/a parish(paroisse)parishioner/..et a vicar ['vik] un curé ,a vicarage/ a curate ['kjurit]un vicaire ...pas contrariant !/a deacon (diacre) / a cassock : une soutane / a convent (couvent)/a nun , a sister, a nunnery /an abbey ['bi](comme celle de Westminster avec ses coronations (William the Conqueror on Christmas day in 1066...)
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ses royal weddings and funerals, ses tombeaux royaux (royal tom(b)s['tmz] et celle du soldat inconnu ' unknown warrior'
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..et son 'poets' corner' (le premier à y être enterré fut Geoffrey Chaucer...and so on...

--a monk (moine)( 'comme' le 'monk's fish = la lotte!) , a friar (comme Blackfriars station sur ma chère yellow or green underground line): un moine / mysticism ['mistisizm]/a vow[v] un voeu/ the hair- shirt : le cilice (comme celui porté par T.Becket à même la peau , signe de mortification et pénitence)
A cilice (pronounced /ˈsɪlɨs/) was originally a garment or undergarment made of coarse cloth or animal hair (a hairshirt) used in some religious traditions ...

--a pulpit (pupitre), an altar (autel),a pew ['p](banc) stained glasses (vitraux), a jubé( rood screen, jube)...

--a pilgrim ['pilgrim] a pilgrimage [pilgrimi] : un pèlerin pélerinage (comme ceux de Canterbury vers Compostelle)

-- ..chaque métier représenté...et reparlons de Geoffrey Chaucer (1340.1400) et de ses ' Canterbury Tales'.(end of XIVth century.)Distance from Canterbury to Santiago de Compostela (la compostela = un certificat donné au pèlerin arrivé à destination) : 1181 kms...et il faut savoir nager !

The Way of St. James or St. James' Way (Spanish: El Camino de Santiago, Galician: O Camiño de Santiago, French: Chemin de St-Jacques, German: Jakobsweg, Basque: Done Jakue bidea) is the pilgrimage route to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in northwestern Spain, where tradition has it that the remains of the apostle Saint James are buried.



..pour l'étonnement et le plaisir de tous (coucou lucile, gérondif, np...: c'était au programme !)Lien internet



---ailleurs , je pourrais vous parler de l'adaptation filmique (1972) de Pier Paolo Pasolini.(ours d'or au festival de Berlin)


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..Ah ! Cambridge !(le seul Rubens en GB)

--and the services (offices)/ a mass/ the evening songs (superb), a choir [k], choeur ou chorale.( ces petits garçons anglais !..Regardez...qui deviennent Alfred Deller ; autres très grands ...et dans un autre genre

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Jimmy Somerville.

---and my God! J'oubliais le confessional ( sûrement volontaire !!!)


A confessional is a small, enclosed booth used for the Sacrament of Penance, often called confession, or Reconciliation

......... ..' I have killed Mr Villette'


5 ) The seal [si:l]: le sceau (du secret , du roi ( a wax (cire) seal) or' the Seventh Seal'(1957) , that masterpiece by Igmar Bergman

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.. je vous conseille de regarder aussi l'extrait 'confession'en Suédois sous-titré Français et Anglais)




...et avant de dîner , pour nous détendre : to seal comme ' a letter sealed with a kiss'

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(Ah! Nos années de lycée , les premiers slows ! Pense aux jeunes françaises , np et ne te moque pas de la chanson des sixties!)Pour toi, lucile, aussi et les copains.


...et un regard attendri sur ce ' cute seal' (homonyme)

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......Have a nice meal , friends.



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de violet91, postée le 24-06-2011 à 23:12:20 (S | E)

--- < Et voici le morceau délicat ,me semble-t-il, par rapport à vos propositions et de toute façon. Coucou ariane


6 ) Modal verbs/ Auxiliaires modaux : je reprendrai une partie de mon cours.(voyez aussi les exercices du site dont, en particulier, celui ou ceux d'une certaine sitelle )

--Une modalité modifie un fait énoncé. Les modaux sont " un champ ouvert aux interprétations diverses à ce qu'il est convenu d'appeler l'énonciation".( Antoine Culioli né en 1924).Grand linguiste(angliciste de formation)),docteur 'honoris causa' en philosophie,professeur à Paris VII-Jussieu (entre autres) et directeur de l'Institut international de recherches linguistiques --" Grammaire énonciative"- " TOE = Théories des Opérations Enonciatrices).

L'éventail des modaux est large et subtil : ils peuvent porter sur la possibilité,la nécessité ,la capacité, la permission, l'ordre,le devoir, l'interdiction, la probabilité , la vraisemblance, la certitude ...

---et il faut bien réfléchir au poids des mots avant de choisir le modal anglais. A vrai dire ( les 'timides' ou silencieux l'ont bien compris!) , chaque fois que nous prenons la parole, nous nous engageons.

Je vais faire 'ma Culiolienne!' Regardez ces nuances :

--Epistemic modality (knowledge)- He must be starving !(very, very highly probable , very little doubt)

---Deontic modality ( possibility/ necessity)- You must leave immediately, your train is about to start !(no choice; no more train)

---Ambiguous : You must speak English now.


Donc,ariane and friends, reprenons avec les pourcentages :

-- Certitude : He is guilty. --100%.

---Forte probabilité : He must be guilty -- 90/95%

---Vraisemblance : He should not be guilty.-- 60%/70%

---Possibilité : He can be guilty or not.-- 50%

---Possibilité envisagée si..: He could be guilty.-- 40%

---Eventualité : He may be guilty.--30%

--- Très peu de risques: He might be guilty --.5%/10%

---Certitude du contraire : He is not guilty. 0%


..Mes pourcentages sont un peu ' arbitraires' (nets, sans 'bavures'!) , mais donnent une claire idée, j'espère.



.......Et maintenant , cela se corse (comme dirait Culioli!)

--I can swim (100%, connaissance), but I am not able to swim across the Channel.(capacité particulière)

-- You must obey the rules , Violet !-- All right ! I shall obey them, then !(Je le ferai puisque tu le veux)
---I must correct properly ! (ordre moral,duty)# I have to .. (obligation): il me faut ... maintenant que j'ai commencé !
--- I have got to convince you : il me faut expressément vous faire comprendre les modaux!

--You must wash my car,gerondif, you like it or not !(you love cars, don't you?)/( Two hours later) by the way, dear gerondif, you needn't wash my car ! I've done it at the(petrol) station! (ordre/ décharge d'ordre: plus la peine de...)

--- You should never lose your temper. (conseil)
---1. Used to indicate obligation or duty: You ought to work harder than that.
2. Used to indicate advisability or prudence: You ought to wear a raincoat.
3. Used to indicate desirability: You ought to have been there; it was great fun.
4. Used to indicate probability or likelihood: She ought to finish by next week.
A remarquer qu'on n'emploie plus beaucoup (litote) 'ought to ' : should tend à le remplacer !...


Vous suivez toujours ? Bouh!...

L'interdiction : you mustn't smoke in the baby's bedroom ! Oh! Non ! Je t'interdis de fumer dans la chambre du bébé !(et ailleurs, idem)
--You can't park your car here, the policeman said (two lines along the road, next to the pavement)(transmission d'ordre, décret).
Permission : Can I open this window ? est moins maniéré ou tenu que ' May I ..? (puis-je ..?) Retour à l'interdiction : - No, you can't / No, you mustn't! (not to be allowed, permitted to).


.bientôt, je ne vais même plus savoir comment je m'appelle 11.29 pm

-- Je vais passer par la Lorraine..euh..par ces quelques autres à ne pas oublier :

-- I will (je le veux ; he will marry Kate (he vowed).

--I had better ( I'd better) stop soon. (je ferais mieux de ...)

-- Would you like to finish or carry on explaining ?-- I would rather go to bed. ( I'd rather...)Je préfèrerais (de beaucoup!...)


...and that is what I am going to do, straight away , before going nuts or talking nonsense (if not, both).

See you tomorrow, when I can .
Have a good soothing night , friends.


....et ceci pour vous bercer Lien internet




Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de violet91, postée le 26-06-2011 à 19:44:46 (S | E)

Bonsoir traducteurs assidus, dear friends....et patients. Merci d'être attentifs à ne pas me mettre 'la pression'.

...Week-end dense, chargé et joliment ! J'espère qu'il en était de même pour vous ! Je vous mettrais presque des photos ! Chaleur caniculaire...mais avec ce zéphyr essonnien !...je vais essayer de boucler la correction.


J'en avais fini des modaux...je viens de sourire (ironique) en voyant qu'un site classait 'I'd rather' et 'I'd better' ...dans les quasi-modaux ! C'est ce que l'on appelle de l'humour au 1er degré !!


7 ) Propositions infinitives :

a) ph.1 - modèle : I make you work. (inf sans to) / verbes de perception( sans signe particulier de processus ; merci gerondif) : hear + cod + inf .sans to / see, feel,taste ( I can taste these sweets become fizzy after a few seconds )/ smell . ' Father Logan heard the refugee ['rfju:'i:] say .

- Otto (comme Otto Dix , le peintre expressioniste allemand )Lien internet

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...Otto (donc) Keller avait dit en entrant dans l'église et voyant l'abbé Logan :

--' I must confess to you. I must tell someone / I want to make a confession/ ...


--si : I saw the man walking (part.présent) across the playground : j'ai vu qu'il avait une drôle de manière de marcher : cela m'a attiré l'oeil. ( et je n'aurais pas dû me distraire de mon cours !)


b ) modèle I want you to..: inf. complet ph.7 et 19. .
Verbes de volonté (I'd like you to ...est tellement plus poli...)/ d'attente avec espoir : I expect you to..
' What do you want me to say ? / What do you expect me to say ( qu'attendez-vous de moi?)

- I want the murderer( to be caught,arrested)alive = not to be shot dead/ killed


8 )Forme exclamative: Pas d'inversion (interrogative ):

- What nonsense it was / How stupid it was !
- How lucky we are !

Réfléchissez- bien donc ! How silly you can be ! # How silly can you be ? (jusqu'où peux-tu aller en âneries?!!)


9 ) Neither ...nor (comme Nini la souris!): I saw neither Michael nor Villette ('focalisation sur les noms)(plus fort que: I didn't see Michael or Villette for five years, mais peut-être les a-t-elle eus au tél.?

10 ) Killing you (le fait de vous tuer ..): gérondif nominalisé : il fonctionnera dans la phrase comme un nom : sujet (ici), complément ' Fancy accusing a priest : imaginez vous un peu (c'est de la folie) , figurez-vous l'accusation d'un prêtre.

Woilà pour la grammaire .



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de violet91, postée le 26-06-2011 à 20:24:50 (S | E)

Pour m'en tenir à la correction 'sèche' des phrases :


1 ) Father Logan heard the German refugee say : ' I must tell someone.'

0 article devant un titre ou un nom propre /Toujours majuscule à adj. nationalité / je dois absolument soulager ma conscience et je me dois d'être en règle avec Dieu.


2 ) He definitely cannot let out what the man confessed to him.

forme plus tenue que 'can't': il ne peut pas car il n'en a pas le droit/ let out : lâcher la vérité, dénoncer = give away)



3 ) The lawyer's door was open on that Wednesday, whereas it was usually double-locked.

Juriste / avocat (ce qu'est Villette), coroner(US), advocate, attorney(US), barrister, pleader [pld] comme 'Les Plaideurs 'de Jean Racine dont je ne me souviens guère que de :
- " Je vais parler, je parle, j'ai parlé!" (shame on me ! C'était en 5ème! (second year))


4 ) How lucky we are to have such a skilled workman !

Skilled, skillful : talentueux,très adroit/ a workman or a worker, camarade ! Ici, un homme à tout faire = un factotum.Sur les routes , panneaux : works ahead = attention travaux !(sous-entendu : slow down (ralentissez, car traffic-jam éventuel).
Keller n'est pas qu'un bedeau = beadle or verger [v]



5 ) What nonsense to think (that) a priest could be involved in a murder !

Nonsense comme les 'Nonsense books' by Edward Lear ; cela ( a l'air de) ne tient pas debout d'ailleurs il y a la famille ' Upsidownia!) Zoomez sur images et déchiffrez les noms des 'plantes'.., will you ?
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/ to think : péremptoire (l'autre n'a guère son mot à dire : 95% assurance de soi et d'avoir raison/ involved or implicated in : préférez ce qui ne ressemble pas au Français .



6 ) I've got to see you urgently, whatever the place is.

" Ca urge!(slang ou familier)":comme la chanson de C. Nougaro (le chien) : " Maîtresse! Ca presse !(tu m'oublies depuis que ce 'type-là 't'a mordu la bouche !)/Whatever the place ..ou wherever it is / no matter where ( du moment que...)


7 ) There is no way I can ( I cannot help you at all) help you ; what do you expect me to say ?

Pas moyen, en aucune façon = by no means, not at all/ I can : recouvre les deux nuances : je suis incapable (de délation)) de ..et je n'en ai pas le droit : ambiguÏté intéressante pour le spectateur / to say : en qqs mots. On pourrait admettre ' to tell you' si un récit suivait. Or , il ne peut et ne veut pas prononcer un mot. 'Loi du silence.'



8 ) Don't feel sorry for me ! I shall not bother you anymore.

shall not (won't , teinté de la volonté de l'autre)~~must = ordre (à toutes les personnes et pas de contraction)= ' You shall not kill ': 'Tu ne tueras point' (c'est Moi, Dieu, qui te le dis)


9 ) Why were you blackmailed, then ? - You don't need to answer if you don't want to.

Voix passive au past (révolu )(Villette est mort depuis); blackmail :' courrier noir' = comme 'le corbeau' : chantage/ )./ I have 'pinched' (piqué= slang)the following bit from Lucile : c'était trop bien ! (you don't have to : non obligation/ you can keep silent : c'est un droit, l'avocat le fera).


10 ) I saw neither Michael nor Villette for five years.
Preterite: passé révolu : la dernière fois que....



11 ) Not to worry ! Michael would sort everything out .

To sort out = to solve . Démêler, débrouiller et résoudre.


12 ) You are the one who is going to be hanged in my stead !

You pouvait se suffire , en emphase.Be going to : futur proche, menace visible / To be hanged : pendu avec la corde autour du cou et en mourir # to be hung : être accroché qqe part par où vous voudrez : ne pas en mourir pour autant./In my stead [std], instead of me.


13 ) The police have established (that) Villette was murdered at eleven thirty PM .

Present perfect pour mettre en valeur ce pluriel après un collectif sg = les institutions et autres rassemblements : army, justice,assembly/Education/ staff/ family / couple si vous envisagez les deux ./ à 23h..: je me doutais bien que certains 'petits étourdis' "tomberaient dans le panneau" : convertir à l'heure anglaise : de 12 en 12 : AM (ante meridiem = milieu du jour(oui, gerondif)/PM (post meridiem or post meridian - Green(w)ich ( very near London, along the River Thames)= half past eleven pm .


14 ) Were you still in love with him when you got married ?

Le problème est là pour Ruth : elle aimait Logan(him) avant qu'il ne parte à la guerre et l'aime sûrement toujours/ à partir de son changement de statut : marriage : at the time of your wedding (impliquerait qu'elle n'a plus de sentiment pour Michael dès le jour de ses noces)



15 ) If you are capable of losing your self-control, then you are capable of murdering someone.

Deux formes similaires : autant de risques d'un côté que de l'autre. Ou l'un va avec l'autre.
50%. To lose one's self -control ,one's temper , to grow into a fury .

--- Rappelez-vous : . Il voit rouge !...
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. Woops ! La 3ème photo est un montage, of course !

To lose one's head , to go crazy = to go head over the heels (talons): perdre la tête (amour obsession,colère...)/ to lose one's mind , to go crazy, nuts, fly off the handles : perdre la raison (si c'est comme chez Aragon, tant mieux!

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perdre ses esprits, ne plus se contrôler...à en devenir fou..



16 ) The cassock appeared not to be his own, the weapon was never found : he was therefore acquitted.
Se révéla ne pas être, s'avéra../ therefore,as a conclusion,as a result , hence,thence,thus.



17 ) The husband shot his wife dead amidst the crowd.

To shoot dead : tirer au fusil ou au revolver et tuer, abattre.
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(le premier (mortel) aurait 'suffi' ; il en reçut sept)[je te fais de la concurrence, dear np!]
--Amidst : plus tenu que 'in the middle of.' Je voulais juste me faire plaisir !...



18 ) Her last words were ' forgive me 'and then she died in the priest's arms.

= ultimate ['ltimit Ooo]final/ génitif saxon, déterminatif (cas possessif) : emphase sur le prêtre et non les bras.



19 ) Inspector Larrue shouted : ' I want the murderer alive !'

Comme " wanted, dead or alive'- ' a' ici marque l'état : adj.prénominaux attributs = alive, asleep, awake, aware, afraid,alone, astray (égaré, en errance, comme 'la brebis'),ashame , ajar (porte entrebaillée)...
Seul, le résultat compte : que personne ne le tue...et il parlera. / Orth.de murderer -terminaison 'er': comme les élèves français, certains ici ont craint de voir ' double' = teacher, butcher, killer = pas de rapport entre eux !!!Freud !]



20 ) Killing you would be doing you a favour ! You are as guilty as I am !

To do a favour (favor), to do a good turn : rendre service ./ as I am : prop. sub. conjonctive avec sujet et verbe , en équilibre (correct et 'tenu') avec :
Vou êtes ....comme moi, je le suis . ( à l'écrit, ce n'est pas , à mon sens , une question de 'purisme' )
Sorry , mais je considère ' as me' comme rather colloquial .Comme à la question ' Who(sujet) is coming with me ? -Me(complément ??) !! Les enfants de préférence le diront.../ Mais, passe, Violet.




Woilà, woilà...' Woilà, what?' ( "La grande vadrouille!"Lien internet
(je n'ai pas trouvé la scène où (when) l' Anglais répond à de Funès ou Bourvil qui fait le fier " Et woilà!"(l'affaire est jouée)' Woilà ? Woilà what ? ', en s'échappant avec les autres par la bouche d'égoût .


Je crois avoir fait le tour de la question. Je remercierai demain...je préfère vous offrir cela ...si vous ne l'avez pas déjà cherché ou regardé en DVD.

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(12mn worthwhile)


...and now, let me wish you a good soothing night ! See you tomorrow, no doubt. Yours.



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de violet91, postée le 27-06-2011 à 12:19:08 (S | E)

Bonjour chaleureux à tous...je ne fais que 'mourir de heat wave en ces dog's days!...



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Il fait donc entre 90° et 100° ...F ( Fahrenheit, mind you!) à Paris !..
soit 34° C . On se baigne au Trocadéro !!!.... ( autour de 20°C maxi pour np et 30°C pour joe-Italy)...

After an umteenth(umpteenth, umptieth = énième) shower à défaut de baignade ,je vous remercie d'être venus visiter cet exercice ou/et d'avoir fidèlement élaboré de fines phrases

. Il y en a même qui sont premiers ex aequo avec félicitations spéciales du jury.


--- CHEERS TO :
Dear dolfine(lucky, at the seaside) ,hanifa, np , Italian Joe,maya ,alpiem ( Mont de Marsan : coucou les Landes ),matou , aneth( bon entraînement, isn't it ?), eos (so lucky too),ariane ( more than lucky !), lucile (bleu comme à Toulon), sundeep ( a special parisian, apparently), swan ,littleninablue (qui ne passera pas au rose !),
geronimo ' the candidate' peut-être dans les affres ( bonne révision en effet!)...et bien sûr, l'ami gerondif qui n'en manquera pas une ( c'est ça ,la ' collégialité' !!).


Vous avez tout de même moins ' souffert' qu'à Raguenès !


See you in a few days time, then .


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or
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( Let's go ! C'est toi ariane ? Merci ! Comme si j'y étais !)


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Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de hanifa, postée le 28-06-2011 à 11:13:59 (S | E)
Hello Violet, Hello tout le monde,

Merci beaucoup pour cette correction très instructive, notamment au niveau des modaux ce qui m'a permis de pouvoir réviser ce point.

Rendez-vous prochainement, pour notre rendez-vous amoureux, you see what I mean?? ;o)

Bisouxxxxx à tous et bonne journée sous le soleil...



Réponse: Parole de prêtre/Thème de nina80, postée le 28-06-2011 à 19:33:31 (S | E)

Quel colossal travail tu as accompli par cette chaleur accablante, chère Violet, comme d'habitude d'ailleurs, tu ne fais jamais rien à moitié, au contraire, tu donnes tout. Je me sens toujours un peu moins "nulle" après avoir pris connaissance de tes corrections.
Je t'envoie, virtuellement,"un doux zéphyr" pour atténuer les températures que nous subissons et t'apporter une nuit reposante.




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