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Correction/synthèse

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Correction/synthèse
Message de matheew posté le 25-10-2012 à 21:40:52 (S | E | F)
Bonjour,

Voici la synthèse que j'ai faite et où je pense avoir corrigé le maximum de fautes. Toutefois, comme il doit en rester je la soumets à votre correction.
En vous remerciant d'avance.

"This document, named: “Go explore, stay near”, is a Canadian poster which comes from Canadian tourism agency. It is made up of 4 pictures: with one in the middle which is larger than the 3 others on the right. This poster is also consisted of a catchphrase: “There’s no place like home”. We notice “Go explore, stay near” is both the title and the slogan.

On the largest picture, we see a woman who is going canoeing on a lake. We guess the scene probably takes place in spring.
On the second picture of the top right-hand corner, we see an iceberg and a whale tail which is diving in the sea. This photography represents autumn.
Even though, on the third picture two men are doing dog sleigh in the mountain. The snow allows us to deduce that the scene takes place in winter.
On the last picture, two men are hiking through mountain and admiring the landscape.
It is probably taken in summer.
To sum up, each picture represents each season.

Moreover, reading the text we realize its main goal is to promote tourism in Canada among potential tourists. That’s why, they use meliorative adjectives. For example: “awesome”; “unforgettable”; “great”; “endless”. Their main argument is that we are never bored in Canada because we can practise many activities, whatever the season is. The potential tourists from all over the world can discover new landscapes and have nature contact.

The slogan seems paradoxical insofar as he says us go explore and stay near at the same time. So, we understand that we have to explore us country, which here is Canada.

To conclude, this document wants Canadian people to explore their country.

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Modifié par lucile83 le 25-10-2012 21:46


Réponse: Correction/synthèse de bluestar, postée le 26-10-2012 à 10:28:21 (S | E)
Bonjour...

"This document, named: “Go explore, stay near”, is a Canadian poster which comes from the Canadian tourism agency. It is made up of 4 pictures: with one in the middle which is larger than the 3 others on the right. This poster is also consisted bears of a catchphrase: “There’s no place like home”. We notice “Go explore, stay near” is both the title and the slogan.

On (prep?) the largest picture, we see a woman who is going canoeing on a lake. We guess the scene probably takes place in spring.
On the second picture of in the top right-hand corner, we see an iceberg and a whale's tail which is diving in the sea visible above the water. This photography represents autumn.
Even though, on the third picture two men are doing (pas le bon verbe) a dog sleigh in the mountains. The snow allows us to deduce that the scene takes place in winter.
On the last picture, two men are hiking through the mountains and admiring the landscape.
It is probably taken in summer.
To sum up, each picture represents each a season.

Moreover, reading the text we realize its main goal is to promote tourism in Canada among potential tourists. That’s why, they use meliorative ("commendatory" serait mieux) adjectives. For example: “awesome”; “unforgettable”; “great”; “endless”. Their main argument is that we are never bored in Canada because we can practise many activities, whatever the season is. The potential tourists from all over the world can discover new landscapes and have nature contact with nature.
The slogan seems paradoxical insofar as he says it tells us go explore and stay near at the same time. So, we understand that we have to explore us our country, which here is Canada.

To conclude, this document wants Canadian people to explore their country.

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Modifié par bluestar le 26-10-2012 10:30






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