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Message de shan9588 posté le 29-04-2010 à 02:38:14 (S | E | F)
Voici mon oral d'anglais, si vous voyez des fautes de sintaxe ou d'orthographe ce serait très gentil de m'aider
Je vous remerciiiiieee
For this project, I had to choose one topic and debate the issue. One subject that I think is controversial is abortion, so i chose it. In this oral presentation, I will use two arguments for and two against abortion.
I’ll start my first argument against abortion with the definition of the word murder. “Murder is the unlawful killing of another human being with intent .” When you have sex with someone else and you get pregnant, you should know that the life of the baby begins at conception. The abortion is the act of taking human life. So, the abortion should not be permitted. No civilized society permits one human to intentionally harm or take the life of another human without punishment, and abortion is no different. The Bible doesn't say anything about abortion directly. Why the silence of the Bible on abortion? The answer is simple. Abortion was so unthinkable to an Israelite woman that there was no need to even mention it in the criminal code. Children were viewed as a gift or heritage from the Lord. Well, The Bible and logic agreed to say that life is sacred and that abortion would not be allowed.
Also, you should know that an abortion can result in medical complications later in life. Abortion frequently causes intense psychological pain and stress. If your uterus is perforated, your urinary bladder can be perforated. This can also cause peritonitis (an inflamed, infected lining of the abdomen) with all of its pain, dangers and necessary reparative surgery. The chance of a miscarriage also increases. The risk of ectopic pregnancies also doubles. So abortion can clearly bring a lot of problems.
Réponse: Oral d'anglais de notrepere, postée le 29-04-2010 à 03:56:48 (S | E)
Très bon travail!
You have a lot of arguments against abortion, but what are your arguments for abortion? You said that you were going to give two for and two against. You should clearly state where one argument begins... First of all (or Firstly), Secondly, etc.
Why the silence of the Bible on abortion?
Why is the Bible silent on the issue of abortion?
You could work a little more on this sentence:
Well, The Bible and logic agreed to say that life is sacred and that abortion would not be allowed.
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