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Bac /Mythes et héros

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Message de lulu17 posté le 28-05-2014 à 11:13:58 (S | E | F)
Bonjour,
je passe mon oral d'anglais la semaine prochaine, et j'aimerais bien que quelqu'un m'aide, corrige mes fautes si c'est possible... parce que je ne suis pas bonne du tout dans cette matière...
Merci d'avance pour vos réponses !

A myth can be defined as a story of gods or heroes, it can be a popular belief or tradition or a false notion . A hero can be a mythological figure , a person who is admired for his achievements, a superhero or perhaps a role model or icon . What makes someone a hero and a myth ? First I 'll talk about Martin Luther King and then Mount Rushmore.

The first character I studied Martin Luther King, an African-American pastor. It was a non- violent activist against racial segregation and peace . It is supported by John Kennedy in his fight and he became the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 for his fight against racial segregation in the United States. He gave a famous speech August 28, 1963 ' I Have a Dream' . All his exploits made ​​him a myth. He was murdered but he became a hero because he died defending its values ​​and leaving behind a free African-American community .

Mount Rushmore is a monumental granite sculpture is inside the presidential memorial in the United States that traces 150 years of history. The sculptures represent four of the most important presidents in American history are George Washington , Thomas Jefferson , Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. That's four people are heroes to many Americans as they carried out actions that changed history as the abolition of slavery by Abraham Lincoln.

A person can become a hero through his brilliant career, but anyone can become a myth that if his achievements are recognized in time. Everyone can be a hero or a myth. Heroes and myths are the most recognized those who achieved a feat to save others . These are five characters have proof.

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Modifié par lucile83 le 28-05-2014 21:05


Réponse: Bac /Mythes et héros de here4u, postée le 28-05-2014 à 16:15:49 (S | E)
Hello !

A myth can be defined as a story of gods or heroes, it can be a popular belief or tradition or a false notion . A hero can be a mythological figure , a person who is admired for his achievements, a superhero or perhaps a role model or icon . What makes someone a hero and a myth ? First I 'll talk about Martin Luther King and then Mount Rushmore.(what's the link ?)

The first character I studied Martin Luther King, an African-American pastor. It was a non- violent activist against racial segregation and peace . It is (both are dead => simple past !)supported by John Kennedy in his fight and he became the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 for his fight against racial segregation in the United States. He gave a famous speech ON August 28th, 1963 ' I Have a Dream' . All his exploits made ​​him a myth. He was murdered but he became a hero because he died defending its values ​​and leaving behind a free African-American community (Is it that simple ? I'm afraid not ...)

Mount Rushmore is a monumental granite sculpture is inside ???? the presidential memorial in the United States that traces 150 years of history. The sculptures represent four of the most important presidents in American history are George Washington , Thomas Jefferson , Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. That's four people are heroes to many Americans as they carried out actions that changed history as the abolition of slavery by Abraham Lincoln.

A person can become a hero through his brilliant career, but anyone can become a myth that if his achievements are recognized in time. Everyone can be a hero or a myth. Heroes and myths are the most recognized those who when they achieved a feat to save others . Thesearefive characters have proof.??

Bien léger ... et je ne vois pas trop le lien entre les 2 parties ... Attention aux temps. Le reste est OK.
Bon courage.

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Modifié par lucile83 le 28-05-2014 20:59
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