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    Message de skiz posté le 24-01-2011 à 16:58:53 (S | E | F)
    Bonjour,
    j'ai un travail à réaliser pour demain, pourriez-vous m'aider en m'indiquant les erreurs que j'ai écrites ?

    Voici le texte :

    The Lærdal Tunnel is a long road tunnel in Norway connecting Lærdal and Aurland. It is the longest road tunnel in the world with a length of 24.5 kilometre. The construction started in 1995 and the tunnel opened on 2000 at a cost of 125 million dollars.

    In 1975, the Parliament of Norway decided that the main road between the two biggest cities would run via Filefjell, a very mountainous area betwenn the two cities. There was already a road in the moutains but due to the snowstorms and the blizzards, it is open only for a few months during the summer : it is called the « Snow Road ». So, in 1992, the Parliament decided to build a tunnel under the moutains to not disturb the winter trafic.

    To build the tunnel, 200 000 steel bolts of up to 5 meters have been used, 35 000 square meters of concrete has been poured and 2,5 million cubic meters of rock has been removed to dig the underground passage.

    The tunnel has been divided into four sections by digging large caverns into it : one in the middle and two to 6 km from each end. They permits the drivers to make a break in the tunnel, and to have security space in a case of accident. The rock in the caverns is painted in white and blue and yellow lights illuminate the large spaces. So, it gives the illusion of sunrise every 6 km to the drivers and put some good mood in this long underground journey.

    The Lærdal Tunnel is the first in the world to be equipped with an air treatment plant to clean the tunnel's air. This plant is located in an other underground cavern and larges fans create an airflow in the tunnel.


    Je vous remercie par avance, en espérant qu'il n'y a pas trop de fautes.


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    Modifié par lucile83 le 24-01-2011 18:35



    Réponse: Correction texte/ Norvège de notrepere, postée le 24-01-2011 à 18:07:38 (S | E)
    Bonjour!

    Très bon travail.

    The Lærdal Tunnel is a long road tunnel in Norway connecting Lærdal and Aurland. It is the longest road tunnel in the world with a length of 24.5 kilometre [pluriel]. The construction started in 1995 and the tunnel opened in 2000 at a cost of 125 million dollars $125,000,000.

    In 1975, the Parliament of Norway [je suggère Norway en forme d'un adjectif placé avant Parliament] decided that the main road between the two biggest cities would run via Filefjell, a very mountainous area betwenn the two cities. There was already [avant 'but'] a road in the mountains but due to the snowstorms and the blizzards, it is [au passé: vous avez dit: There was ... donc] open only for a few months during the summer: it is called the "Snow Road". So, in 1992, the Parliament decided to build a tunnel under the mountains so as not to disturb the winter traffic.

    To build the tunnel, 200,000 steel bolts of up to 5 meters have been used, 35,000 square meters of concrete has been poured and 2,5 million cubic meters of rock has been removed to dig the underground passage.

    The tunnel has been divided into four sections by digging large caverns into it : one in the middle and two to 6 km from each end. They permits the drivers to make a break in the tunnel, and to have security space in a case of accident. The rock in the caverns is painted in white and blue and yellow lights illuminate the large spaces. So, it gives the illusion of sunrise every 6 km to the drivers [avant 'every 6 km'] and puts some good mood [mal dit] in this long underground journey.

    The Lærdal Tunnel is the first in the world to be equipped with an air treatment plant to clean the tunnel's air. This plant is located in an other [un seul mot] underground cavern and larges [invariable] fans create an airflow in the tunnel.





    Réponse: Correction texte/ Norvège de skiz, postée le 24-01-2011 à 19:49:33 (S | E)
    Merci beaucoup pour cette réponse rapide !
    J'ai corrigé mes erreurs mais il y en a certaines que je ne comprends pas :

    "already" => je ne sais pas s'il faut le changer de place ou carrément mettre "before" ou autre...
    "puts some good mood" => c'était la seule idée que j'ai trouvé pour exprimer ce que je voulais dire, si vous avez une autre proposition...


    The Lærdal Tunnel is a long road tunnel in Norway connecting Lærdal and Aurland. It is the longest road tunnel in the world with a length of 24.5 kilometres. The construction started in 1995 and the tunnel opened on 2000 at a cost of $125,000,000.

    In 1975, the Norway's Parliament decided that the main road between the two biggest cities would run via Filefjell, a very mountainous area between the two cities. There was a road in the mountains already but due to the snowstorms and the blizzards, it was open only for a few months during the summer : it is called the « Snow Road ». So, in 1992, the Parliament decided to build a tunnel under the mountains so as not to disturb the winter traffic.

    To build the tunnel, 200,000 steel bolts of up to 5 meters have been used, 35,000 square meters of concrete has been poured and 2,5 million cubic meters of rock has been removed to dig the underground passage.

    The tunnel has been divided into four sections by digging large caverns into it : one in the middle and two to 6 km from each end. They permit the drivers to make a break in the tunnel, and to have security space in a case of accident. The rock in the caverns is painted in white and blue and yellow lights illuminate the large spaces. So, it gives the illusion of sunrise to the drivers every 6 km and puts some good mood in this long underground journey.

    The Lærdal Tunnel is the first in the world to be equipped with an air treatment plant to clean the tunnel's air. This plant is located in another underground cavern and large fans create an airflow in the tunnel.

    Merci encore !



    Réponse: Correction texte/ Norvège de notrepere, postée le 24-01-2011 à 20:07:23 (S | E)
    Bonjour! Maintenant, je suis un peu plus éveillé...

    The Lærdal Tunnel is a long road tunnel in Norway connecting Lærdal and Aurland. It is the longest road tunnel in the world with a length of 24.5 kilometres. The construction started in 1995 and the tunnel opened on [ voyez au-dessus] 2000 at a cost of $125,000,000.

    In 1975, the Norway's [Norwegian] Parliament decided that the main road between the two biggest cities would run via Filefjell, a very mountainous area between the two cities. There was is a road in the mountains already but due to the snowstorms and the blizzards, it was is open only for a few months during the summer : it is called the « Snow Road ». [La route, elle existe encore, non? Donc, je suggère le présent. Il faut ignorer ce que j'ai dit avant. ] So, in 1992, the Parliament decided to build a tunnel under the mountains so as not to disturb [pas le bon verbe] the winter traffic.

    To build the tunnel, 200,000 steel bolts of up to 5 meters have been used, 35,000 square meters of concrete has been poured and 2,5 million cubic meters of rock has been removed to dig the underground passage.

    The tunnel has been divided into four sections by digging large caverns into it : one in the middle and two to 6 km from each end. They permit the drivers to make a break in the tunnel, and to have security space in a case of [il manque un article indéfini] accident. The rock in the caverns is painted in white and blue and yellow lights illuminate the large spaces. So, it which gives the illusion of sunrise to the drivers every 6 km and puts some good mood in this long underground journey ['makes the long underground journey more enjoyable'].

    The Lærdal Tunnel is the first in the world to be equipped with an air treatment plant to clean the tunnel's air. This plant is located in another underground cavern and large fans create an airflow in the tunnel.


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    Modifié par notrepere le 24-01-2011 20:07





    Réponse: Correction texte/ Norvège de skiz, postée le 24-01-2011 à 20:18:16 (S | E)
    Toujours plus rapide

    The Lærdal Tunnel is a long road tunnel in Norway connecting Lærdal and Aurland. It is the longest road tunnel in the world with a length of 24.5 kilometres. The construction started in 1995 and the tunnel opened in 2000 at a cost of $125,000,000.

    In 1975, the Norwegian Parliament [suis-je bête ?!] decided that the main road between the two biggest cities would run via Filefjell, a very mountainous area between the two cities. There was already a road in the mountains but due to the snowstorms and the blizzards, it is open only for a few months during the summer : it is called the « Snow Road ». So, in 1992, the Parliament decided to build a tunnel under the mountains so as not to disrupt the winter traffic.

    To build the tunnel, 200,000 steel bolts of up to 5 meters have been used, 35,000 square meters of concrete has been poured and 2,5 million cubic meters of rock has been removed to dig the underground passage.

    The tunnel has been divided into four sections by digging large caverns into it : one in the middle and two to 6 km from each end. They permit the drivers to make a break in the tunnel, and to have security space in a case of an accident. The rock in the caverns is painted in white and blue and yellow lights illuminate the large spaces which gives the illusion of sunrise to the drivers every 6 km and makes the long underground journey more enjoyable.

    The Lærdal Tunnel is the first in the world to be equipped with an air treatment plant to clean the tunnel's air. This plant is located in another underground cavern and large fans create an airflow in the tunnel.




    Réponse: Correction texte/ Norvège de notrepere, postée le 24-01-2011 à 22:21:40 (S | E)
    Bonsoir!

    C'est très bien. Deux petites précisions:

    and to have security space in (a) [à supprimer] case of an accident. The rock in the caverns is painted (in) [à supprimer] white and blue

    Cordialement





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