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Introduction /Votre avis ?

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Introduction /Votre avis ?
Message de dante082 posté le 08-12-2010 à 13:01:20 (S | E | F)
Bonjour à tous,
j'ai préparé une petite introduction et demande votre avis.
Merci d'avance ;)

This newspaper article is taken from the Daily Telegraph, a right wing quality daily. It was written by Simon Heffer on 1st September 2009. It is therefore subjective as we can read L1 “We should admire the rubber-shielded qualities of Alex Salmond…” or L11 “But Mr Salmond who knows a thing or two about gambling”. Simon Heffer is a British journalist, columnist and writer, noted for his conservative political views. He expresses his opinion showing foolishness of Alex Salmond the Prime Minister of Scotland. Mr Salmond would like to the Scotland leaves United Kingdom but in the same time, he would like continue to touch £22 billion in subsidy every year. And if Scotland became independent, then it will put an end to the billions of pounds in subsidies (£22 billion last year) that the generous English taxpayer gives the Scots every year (the Scottish Nationalist Party, which wants independence for Scotland and is the minority government in Scotland, said that it doesn't want a political union with England but still wants a "social" union - which means they want that Scotland to be an independent nation but still receive subsidies from England).


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Réponse: Introduction /Votre avis ? de robertbrou, postée le 08-12-2010 à 15:00:28 (S | E)
Bonjour,

Très bien fait. Voici mes suggestions.

This newspaper article is taken from the Daily Telegraph, a right wing quality daily. It was written by Simon Heffer on 1st September 2009. It is therefore subjective as we can read L1 “We should admire the rubber-shielded qualities of Alex Salmond…” or L11 “But Mr Salmond who knows a thing or two about gambling”. Simon Heffer is a British journalist, columnist and writer, noted for his conservative political views. He expresses his opinion showing [art. déf] foolishness of Alex Salmond, the Prime Minister of Scotland. Mr Salmond would like to the Scotland leaves [refaire] United Kingdom but in the same time, he would like continue to touch [double cliquer; définition n°7] £22 billion in subsidy [mettre au pluriel] every year. And if Scotland became [temps] independent, then it will put an end to the billions of pounds in subsidies (£22 billion last year) that the generous English taxpayer gives (ou taxpayers give) the Scots every year (the Scottish Nationalist Party, which wants independence for Scotland and is the minority government in Scotland, said that it doesn't [mon opinion: ne pas utiliser la contraction] want a political union with England but still wants a "social" union - which means they want that Scotland to be an independent nation but still receive subsidies from England).

Hope this helps!


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Modifié par robertbrou le 08-12-2010 15:02





Réponse: Introduction /Votre avis ? de dante082, postée le 09-12-2010 à 10:11:35 (S | E)
Thank you for your help




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