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Article/ Brexit
Message de lorieginal posté le 25-03-2019 à 20:18:12 (S | E | F)
Bonjour tout le monde
Je suis étudiante en classe préparatoire et je stagne vraiment par rapport à mes notes d'expression écrite mais je ne comprends pas toujours mes fautes quand le prof me corrige à l'écrit car il ne peut pas toutes me les expliquer ... Alors voilà, j'ai écrit un petit texte pour répondre à la question suivante : Is Brexit a strictly British matter ? J'aurais voulu savoir s'il était possible que l'un d'entre vous me le corrige en m'expliquant les erreurs les plus grosses à éviter afin que je fixe les tournures, expressions ou mots que je n'utilise pas correctement etc ...
Merci d'avance pour l'aide apportée Dites moi aussi ce que vous pensez de mon expression en général si vous n'avez pas le temps de le corriger, ou bien si vous trouvez que je réponds bien à la question etc ... Toutes remarques et conseils sont bons à prendre
Bonne lecture ;)

After that Britons chose to leave the EU, Theresa May triggered article 50 permitting to United Kingdom to leave the EU. While now the time is running out, no decisions had been taken about the exit of United Kingdom and Brexit causes many problems.
Even if the choice of Brexit is strictly British, the consequences can not be strictly for United-Kingdom. Indeed, EU is a union of 28 countries, as soon as a country leave the EU, they are all affected either way. On an economic point of view, seeing the fifth world economic power leave the EU have even a global impact. Indeed, for example, the stock exchange of Hong Kong and Tokyo have crashed because of Brexit. About trade, if free trade agreements are not concluded with the EU, France will be one country of the most affected by Brexit. French companies could observe losses - due to export - which can be higher than € 3 billion. Likewise for EU, Brexit will be a choc for the CAP for example because United Kingdom is an essential contributor of this agricultural policy which will let a hole of $7 billion to the European budget. On a political level, another country which has been affected by Brexit is Spain, with the status of Gibraltar. Spain and United Kingdom fight for this small, strategic, geographical area since 18th century and Spain doesn't want that Gibraltar go from EU with Brexit.
In conclusion, the situation is very confused and Brexit seems to be a problem for more countries than only United Kingdom. As Donald Tusk said, Brexit is “loser-loser” for EU and for United Kingdom.

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Modifié par lucile83 le 25-03-2019 21:59


Réponse : Article/ Brexit de here4u, postée le 25-03-2019 à 22:09:24 (S | E)
Hello !

Je n'aurais pas le temps de tout faire mais je vais déjà indiquer les fautes ... que vous pourrez corriger !

bleu= faux ; vert= élément manquant.

After that Britons chose to leave the EU, Theresa May triggered article 50 permitting to XXX United Kingdom to leave the EU. While now the XXXXX time is running out, no decisions had been taken about the exit of XXX United Kingdom and Brexit causes many problems.
Even if the choice of Brexit is strictly British, the consequences can not be strictly for XXX United-Kingdom. Indeed, XXX EU is a union of 28 countries, as soon as a country leave the EU, they are all affected either way. On an economic point of view, seeing the fifth world economic power leave the EU have even a global impact(phrase maladroite). Indeed, for example, the stock exchange of Hong Kong and Tokyo have crashed because of Brexit. About trade, if free trade agreements are not concluded with the EU, France will be one country of the most affected (revoir toute la construction) by Brexit. French companies could observe losses - due to export - which can be higher than € 3 billion. Likewise for XXX EU, Brexit will be a choc for the CAP (develop!) for example because XXX United Kingdom is an essential contributor of this agricultural policy which will let a hole of $7 billion to the European budget. On a political level, another country which has been affected by Brexit is Spain, with the status of Gibraltar. Spain and XXX United Kingdom fight for this small, strategic, geographical area since 18th century and Spain doesn't want that Gibraltar go from XXX EU with Brexit.
In conclusion, the situation is very confused and Brexit seems to be a problem for more countries than only XXX United Kingdom. As Donald Tusk said, Brexit is “loser-loser” for XXX EU and for XXX United Kingdom.

L'anglais est d'un niveau médiocre, sans risques réels (insuffisant pour une CP) avec, trop de fautes ... A retravailler. Courage !



Réponse : Article/ Brexit de lorieginal, postée le 25-03-2019 à 22:11:04 (S | E)
Je vais regarder ça, merci ...



Réponse : Article/ Brexit de lorieginal, postée le 25-03-2019 à 22:45:06 (S | E)
J'ai mis en vert la correction que j'ai apportée aux fautes que vous avez soulevées. Je me rends compte qu'avec une meilleure lecture avant de poster le texte, j'aurais pu me rendre compte d'erreurs honteuses ...

After Britons chose to leave the EU, Theresa May triggered article 50 enabling the United Kingdom to leave the EU. While now the XXXXX time is running out, no decisions have been taking about the exit of the United Kingdom and Brexit causes many problems.
Even if the choice of Brexit is strictly British, the consequences cannot be strictly for the United-Kingdom. Indeed, the EU is a union of 28 countries, as soon as a country leaves the EU, they are all affected. On an economic point of view, Brexit has a global impact because UK is the fifth world economic power. Indeed, for example, the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong and Tokyo have crashed because of Brexit. Regarding trade, if free trade agreements are not concluded with the EU, France will be one of the most affected country by Brexit. French companies could observe losses - due to export - which can be higher than € 3 billion. Likewise for the EU, Brexit will be a skock for the Common Agricultural Policy for example because the United Kingdom is an essential contributor to this agricultural policy which will let a hole of $7 billion on the European budget. On a political level, another country which has been affected by Brexit is Spain, with the status of Gibraltar. Spain and the United Kingdom compete for this small, strategic, geographical area since 18th century and Spain doesn't want Gibraltar goes from the EU with Brexit.
In conclusion, the situation is very confused and Brexit seems to be a problem for more countries than only the United Kingdom. As Donald Tusk said, Brexit is “loser-loser” for the EU and for the United Kingdom.



Réponse : Article/ Brexit de here4u, postée le 26-03-2019 à 10:38:45 (S | E)
Hello!

Je vais sans doute devoir revoir cette expression en plusieurs fois car des obligations m'appelleront avant d'avoir eu le temps de tout reconsidérer ... Be patient!

After Britons chose to leave the EU, Theresa May triggered article 50 enabling the United Kingdom to leave the EU. While now the XXXXX time is running out(décidez si vous voulez déterminer le temps en ajoutant un qualificatif ou en choisissant de le rendre général et en faisant ce qu'il faut alors ...), no decisions have been taking(to make a decision) about the exit of the United Kingdom and Brexit causes many problems.
Even if the choice of Brexit is strictly British, the consequences cannot be strictly for the United-Kingdom (Terribly Frenchy...). Indeed, the EU is a union of 28 countries, (Mot de liaison manquant ... ou revoir la construction ... Ne pas abuser de "Indeed" surtout en début de phrase ...)as soon as a country leaves the EU, they are all affected. On an economic point of view, Brexit has a global impact because XXX UK is the fifth world economic power.///

Will go on asap.
Indeed, for example, the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong and Tokyo have crashed because of Brexit. Regarding trade, if free trade agreements are not concluded with the EU, France will be one of the most affected country by Brexit. French companies could observe losses - due to export - which can be higher than € 3 billion. Likewise for the EU, Brexit will be a skock for the Common Agricultural Policy for example because the United Kingdom is an essential contributor to this agricultural policy which will let a hole of $7 billion on the European budget. On a political level, another country which has been affected by Brexit is Spain, with the status of Gibraltar. Spain and the United Kingdom compete for this small, strategic, geographical area since 18th century and Spain doesn't want Gibraltar goes from the EU with Brexit.
In conclusion, the situation is very confused and Brexit seems to be a problem for more countries than only the United Kingdom. As Donald Tusk said, Brexit is “loser-loser” for the EU and for the United Kingdom.





Réponse : Article/ Brexit de lorieginal, postée le 26-03-2019 à 12:50:30 (S | E)
Hey ! Pas de problème, c'est déjà super ce que vous faites, ça me fait réfléchir alors c'est parfait
Voici la correction que j'ai apportée :

After Britons chose to leave the EU, Theresa May triggered article 50 enabling the United Kingdom to leave the EU. While now time is running out, no decisions have been making about the exit of the European Union and Brexit causes many problems.
Although Brexit is a British decision, it will have an impact on the other countries of the EU which is a union of 28 countries. So as soon as a country leaves the EU, they are all affected. On an economic point of view, Brexit has a global impact because the UK is the fifth world economic power.

J'ai changé la structure de la phrase du coup, j'espère que c'est moins "français"





Réponse : Article/ Brexit de here4u, postée le 26-03-2019 à 14:19:54 (S | E)
After Britons chose to leave the EU, Theresa May triggered article 50 enabling the United Kingdom to leave the EU. While now ᴓ time is running out, no decisions have been making about the exit of the European Union and Brexit causes many problems.
Although Brexit is a British decision, it will have an impact on the other countries of the EU which is a union of 28 countries. So as soon as a country leaves the EU, they are all affected. On an economic point of view, Brexit has a global impact because the UK is the fifth world economic power.


Indeed, for example, the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong and Tokyo have crashed because of Brexit. Regarding trade, if free trade agreements are not concluded with the EU, France will be one of the most affected country by Brexit. French companies could observe losses - due to export (export what?)- which can be higher than € 3 billion. Likewise for the EU, Brexit will be a skock for the Common Agricultural Policy for example because the United Kingdom is an essential contributor to this agricultural policy which will let a hole of $7 billion on the European budget. On a political level, another country which has been affected by Brexit is Spain, with the status of Gibraltar. Spain and the United Kingdom compete for this small, strategic, geographical area since 18th century and Spain doesn't want Gibraltar goes XXXX from ARGHhhhh... XXX EU with Brexit.
In conclusion, the situation is very confused and Brexit seems to be a problem for more countries than only the United Kingdom. As Donald Tusk said, Brexit is “loser-loser” for the EU and for the United Kingdom.



Réponse : Article/ Brexit de lorieginal, postée le 26-03-2019 à 16:46:30 (S | E)
After Britons chose to leave the EU, Theresa May triggered article 50 enabling the United Kingdom to leave the EU. While now time is running out, no decisions have been made (quelle est la différence d’emploi de have been +BV-ing et have been +verbe au participe passé?) about the exit of the European Union and Brexit causes many problems.
Although Brexit is a British decision, it will have an impact on the other countries of the EU which is a union of 28 countries. As soon as a country leaves the EU, they are all affected. On an economic point of view, Brexit has a global impact because the UK is the fifth world economic power. For example, the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong and Tokyo have crashed because of Brexit. Regarding trade, if free trade agreements are not concluded with the EU, France will be one of the most affected countries by Brexit. French companies could observe losses - due to exportation (exportation in general) - which can be higher than € 3 billion. Likewise for the EU, Brexit will be a shock for the Common Agricultural Policy for example because the United Kingdom is an essential contributor to this agricultural policy which will leave a hole of $7 billionin the European budget. On a political level, another country which has been affected by Brexit is Spain, with the status of Gibraltar. Spain and the United Kingdom compete (je ne sais pas quel verbe utiliser pour traduire le fait que l’Espagne et le Royaume-Uni « se dispute » ce territoire) for this small, strategic, geographical area since 18th century and Spain doesn't want Gibraltar goes away from (je ne vois pas ce qui est faux dans cette phrase après avoir rajouter le « away ») the EU with Brexit.
In conclusion, the situation is very confused and Brexit seems to be a problem for more countries than only the United Kingdom. As Donald Tusk said, Brexit is “loser-loser” for the EU and for the United Kingdom.

Thank you



Réponse : Article/ Brexit de here4u, postée le 26-03-2019 à 21:53:10 (S | E)
Hello!

Verbe + ing => sens actif du verbe (qui fait l'action) ; verbe au participe passé = sens passif du verbe (qui subit l'action !)
Ceci n'a rien à voir avec les emplois de :
- have + participe passé = présent perfect (simple) de bilan d'action. et
- have + been + BV+ing = présent perfect en ing.

Lien internet


- Spain and the United Kingdom compete for this small, strategic, geographical area since 18th century :
le problème ici est moins une question de vocabulaire QUE DE TEMPS !

Voir quels temps employer avec for/ since + durée / point de départ ... ( niveau collège !)

- de même, encore plus "grave" et élémentaire ... : Spain doesn't want Gibraltar goes away from

Voir construction : Lien internet


Lien internet


Bon courage !



Réponse : Article/ Brexit de lorieginal, postée le 26-03-2019 à 23:00:51 (S | E)
have been made -> je ne suis pas sûre d'avoir compris. Est-ce que du coup cette structure est juste ? Est ce que la forme "have been + participe passé" existe ? C'est pour exprimer le fait que je sujet subisse l'action ?

Spain and the United Kingdom have competed/fought for this small, strategic, geographical area since 18th century

Spain doesn't want Gibraltar to go away from the EU with Brexit (merci pour ce rappel, l'ai-je bien appliqué ? )

Merci beaucoup



Réponse : Article/ Brexit de lorieginal, postée le 26-03-2019 à 23:05:52 (S | E)
J'ai encore une question par rapport à ce qui suit :

While now time is running out, no decisions have been made about the exit of the European Union.

Est qu'il n'y a pas un contre-sens ? Puisque je veux parler de la sortie du Royaume-Uni de l'Union Européenne. Est ce que cette formulation "the exit of the European Union" renvoie à la bonne idée ?



Réponse : Article/ Brexit de here4u, postée le 27-03-2019 à 08:44:52 (S | E)
Hello !

Well said! Ne faites pas sortir l’Union ... ( D’OÙ ?)
Le but est atteint lorsque l’élève devient critique de son propre écrit ! et courage !



Réponse : Article/ Brexit de lorieginal, postée le 27-03-2019 à 13:37:17 (S | E)
Merci pour votre aide en tout cas, elle m'a été précieuse. J'ai pris en note les erreurs que j'ai commise et je ferais attention par la suite à ne plus les faire
Bonne continuation et peut-être à une prochaine fois




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