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Message de chamaelloow posté le 22-05-2018 à 15:58:11 (S | E | F)
Je suis au cned et demain je passe mon oral, je ne sais pas du tout si ma notion est juste !
Pouvez-vous la corriger
Merci pour vos réponses.
I'm going to talk about Spaces and exchanges. First of all, I would like to give a definition of this notion. This notion deals with the geographical and symbolic areas that all societies occupy and the interactions between men and different societies. Our world is built on the exploration and conquest new spaces. The different cultural, economic, sociological and language interactions have shaped and characterised our modern-day world. Thanks to the document The Maple Leaf Country, we can see that most of canadian cities are along the southern border. So, borders are they an obstacle to the exchanges ? First, we're going to see thats borders can be an obstacle to exchanges and after that we will see that borders are now just physical fences.
First, we're going to see that borders can be an obstacle to exchanges. The document Stop stealing our land shows that Arctic lands are very rich. Five countries bordering the Arctic sea (Canada, Denmark, Norway, Russia and the USA) want to take advantage of the Arctic energy reserves of oil and natural gas, so the have drawn frontiers without the Inuit's consent and the ignored their rights. That's why Inuits want them to stop stealing their lands. Then we can see a kind of racism is developped between Canadian and aborigines. For example, the text Citizenship ? is a story of Blackfoot. The Canadian border asks to th Blackfoot her citizenship. She answers Blackfoot but the guard says : 'Yes, but American or Canadian ?', and the second guard is suspicious to talk to an aborigine and he puts his hand on his gun.
Now, we will see that borders are nowadays just physical fences. We can read, in the various documents Languages in multicultural Canada, that aborigine education was done by religious groups. They forced them to speak English or French and the use of their native language was forbidden. After Canada's Independence, English was predominant in Canada and French slowly increase. Relations between English and French speakers were deteriored. In 1969, English and French are both official languages. Today, only one province speaks French but Ottawa decides to put all this services in both languages. In the text Mother tongue or second language ? we can see that aborigine language is desappearing, but they try to keep this language alive with revitalizing programs across Canada.
To conclude, we can say that borders can be an obstacle to exchanges, because they can create tensions between population, but now there is a multicultural Canada taking shape and borders are just simple physical fences now.
Modifié par lucile83 le 22-05-2018 22:38
Réponse : Spaces and exchanges/Bac de laure95, postée le 22-05-2018 à 17:54:49 (S | E)
- Our world is built on the exploration and conquest (préposition)new spaces.
- we can see that most of (enlever of)canadian (majuscule) cities are along the southern border.
- borders are (inverser l'ordre des mots) they (enlever they) an obstacle to the (pas de the)exchanges ?
- First, we're going to see thats (singulier)borders
- the have drawn frontiers without the Inuit's consent and the (have) ignored their rights.
- That's why (article)Inuits want them to stop stealing their lands.
- The Canadian border asks to th Blackfoot her citizenship.
- She (qui est she?)answers Blackfoot
- We can read, in the various documents Languages in multicultural (ordre des mots)Canada,
- that (article)aborigine education was done by religious groups.
- predominant: orthographe.
- French slowly increase: faute de conjugaison.
- (article) Relations between English and French speakers were deteriored .
- In 1969, English and French are (passé) both official languages.
- Today, only (in)one province (people) speaks (enlever le s)French
- but Ottawa decides (present perefect)to put all this services in both languages.
- we can see that (article) aborigine language is desappearing (dIsappearing),
- because they can create tensions between population (mettre au pluriel)
Réponse : Spaces and exchanges/Bac de gerold, postée le 22-05-2018 à 19:15:59 (S | E)
en plus des remarques de Laure:
The Canadian border guard asks to ...
Relations between English and French speakers were deteriorated .
to put all
je ne suis pas sûr de comprendre ce que vous voulez dire par "borders are nowadays just physical fences." les frontières ne sont plus que de simples barrières matérielles??, je comprendrais davantage virtual fences.
Je me demande si vous ne confondez pas un peu la frontière internationale entre les USA et le Canada, et les simples limites des provinces canadiennes.
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