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Message de tsape01 posté le 07-10-2011 à 17:03:37 (S | E | F)
Bonjour à tous les membres de ce site,

je voudrais dans un premier temps sincèrement m'excuser pour avoir mis longtemps à poster un devoir sur le Forum de discussions. Durant ce temps, je faisais les cours d'allemand dans une école de langue pour passer un examen allemand appelé "Zertifikat Deutsch" et j'ai finalement réussi cet examen, raison pour laquelle je suis de retour sur le site. Parfois je me connectais sur le site pour suivre les cours du "Guide de travail" donc je n'étais pas entièrement déconnecté du site.
J'ai fait un devoir et j'aimerais s'il vous plait que vous me corrigiez.
Merci d'avance pour votre compréhension.

Dear Stephanie,
I received your message yesterday and I'm very happy about it. How I told you, I want to learn German because after my Study in Cameroon, I want to go in Germany for make a vocational training and I don't no German. Since school, I never learnt foreign language and that is my first time that I would learn a foreign language.Having said that, I don't have knowledge in German.It's the reason I want to start like a beginner.I hope I will have there my own bedroom.
But now I want to know how much cost German lessons and how many times can I do there for good speak English? These questions are very important for me.
I will be in German next week, before the End of this month and we could talk very good about it.
I wait your answers.
See you soon.
Tsape01.

S'il vous plaît, j'ai une deuxième préoccupation qui est la suivante:
Si je veux dire en anglais: "j'ai fait" est-ce possible de dire "I have made" ou il faut toujours dire "I made". Et s'il n'est pas juste de dire "I have made" , j'aimerais savoir pourquoi s'il vous plaît.

Merci d'avance pour votre aide et pour vos réponses.
tsape01

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Modifié par lucile83 le 07-10-2011 18:19



Réponse: Correction/received message de gerondif, postée le 07-10-2011 à 17:22:55 (S | E)
Bonjour,

Dear Stephanie,
I received your message yesterday and I'm very happy about it. How(how : comment: as: comme) I told you, I want to learn German because after my Study (pluriel)in Cameroon, I want to go in(in: on y est. to: on y va) Germany for make (1) pour + verbe = to 2) il y a une différence entre to make (confectionner, faire) et to do)a vocational training and I don't no(écriture phonétique de know. De plus, je ne sais pas l'allemand se dirait plutôt I can't speak....) German. Since school, I ***** never learnt(avec since, il faut un present perfect) another foreign language and that is my first time that I would learn a foreign language.Having said that, I don't have knowledge in (bizarre: on dit souvent: I know nothing about....)German.(That's)It's the reason (manque pour laquelle: wh...) I want to start like a beginner.I hope I will have my own bedroom there .
But now I want to know how much cost(verbe mal placé) German lessons and how many times can I do there for good speak English(en désordre et n'a pas de sens: combien de fois puis je faire là-bas pour bon parler anglais)(essayez en effet quelque chose comme, "combien de leçons je devrai prendre pour bien parler anglais") These questions are very important for me.
I will be in Germany next week, before the End of this month and we could talk very good(vous voulez dire? on pourra "bien" en parler? essayez thoroughly (en profondeur) ou "in detail") about it.
I wait (plutôt en ing + to wait for)your answers.
(cela pourrait paraître prétentieux: j'attends vos réponses, tâchez de me répondre vite!! On dit souvent: I am looking forward to hearing from you, en fin de lettre, ou I hope to hear from you soon, ou aussi, please, reply soon.)
See you soon.




Réponse: Correction/received message de headway, postée le 07-10-2011 à 17:26:40 (S | E)
Bonjour,

voici une première correction:

"I received your message yesterday and I'm very happy about it. On pourrait simplement dire: which made me very happy.
How(choisir un autre mot pour dire: comme) I told you, I want to learn German because after my Study(un pluriel serait mieux selon moi) in Cameroon, I want to go in(autre préposition) Germany for (idem)make a vocational training and I don't no German.Peut-être: to go on a vocational training.
Since il manque quelque chose(depuis que j'ai quitté l'école) school, I never learnt il manque un motforeign language and that(it is) is my the first time that I would learn (I have learnt)a foreign language.Having said that je préfère: this being said...), I don't have il manque un mot knowledge in (mauvais choix) German.It's the reason why I want to start like mauvais choix a beginner.I hope I will have there (mettre en fin de phrase) my own bedroom.
But now I want to know how much cost (placer après: German lessons... ce n'est pas une question) German lessons and how many times can I do there for good speak English?( combien de temps cela prendra jusqu'à ce que mon anglais soit bon: mot à mot) These questions are very important for me.
I will be in Germany next week, before the End of this month and we could talk very good about it.(je ne comprends pas)
I wait foryour answers./awaiting your reply?
See you soon."

Attendez d'autres réponses
Headway.
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Modifié par headway le 07-10-2011 17:28
Zut! gerondif corrige plus vite que son ombre


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Modifié par lucile83 le 07-10-2011 18:18




Réponse: Correction/received message de tsape01, postée le 08-10-2011 à 14:53:21 (S | E)
Bonjour, et merci infiniment pour vos réponses.
Voici ce que j'ai pu tirer de vos réponses.

Dear Stephanie,
I received your message yesterday, which made me very happy. As I told you, I want to learn German because after my studies in Cameroon, I want to go to Germany to do a vocational training and I can't speak German. Since I left school I have never learnt another foreign language and it's the first time that I have learnt a foreign language. This being said, I don't know something about German (or I know nothing about German). It's the reason why I want to start as a beginner. I hope I will have my own bedroom there.
But now I want to know how much German lessons cost (or how expensive is this German lessons) and how many lessons should I take to speak fine English (or how many times it will take till my English become good). These questions are very important for me. I will be in German next week before the End of this month and we could talk in detail about it.
I hope to hear from you soon.
Tsape01

Merci une fois de plus pour vos réponses.
tsape01



Réponse: Correction/received message de notrepere, postée le 08-10-2011 à 16:44:24 (S | E)
Bonjour

Vous avez bien corrigé votre texte.

Dear Stephanie,
I received your message yesterday, which made me very happy. As I told you, I want to learn German because after my studies in Cameroon, I want to go to Germany to do (a) vocational training and I can't speak German. Since I left (1) school I have never (2) learnt another foreign language and it's the first time that I have learnt a foreign language. This being said (3), I don't know something about German (or I know nothing about German). It's the reason why I want to start as a beginner. I hope I will have my own bedroom there.
But now I want to know how much German lessons cost (or how expensive is this German lessons) and how many lessons should I take be taken in order to speak fine English (or how many times it will take till my English become good) (I don't understand, are you learning English or German?). These questions are very important to me. I will be in Germany next week before the End of this month and we could talk in detail about it.

(1) le gérondif 'leaving' vaut mieux
(2) I haven't vaut mieux; 'never' ne va pas avec 'since'. But this sentence doesn't make sense! I haven't learned a foreign language since leaving school (this implies that you learned one in school!).
(3) Having said that vaut mieux aussi; les deux expressions conviennent.






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