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    Correction/Shakespeare

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    Correction/Shakespeare
    Message de desolation posté le 26-03-2012 à 17:52:36 (S | E | F)
    Bonjour tout le monde,

    j'ai un exposé à faire demain et un devoir (résumé) écrit à remettre au professeur.
    J'aimerais que vous me le corrigiez, d'avance

    Summary :

    William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-len Avon.He died in 1616,in the same city. He’s considered one of the greatest authors in history. In the time, the theaters were circular shapes and in the center of the ceiling, there was a hole to let the sunlight. This was a problem when it rained. He worked in a theatre: The Globe. The Globe was built in 1599, when William was 35 years old.He was already a professional actor, and he had written some of his famous plays, for exemple Romeo and Juliet, Richard III....
    But, it wasn’t legal to present plays in the city of London.....So theatres were built on the other side of the river Thames.
    All classes of people came to theatre, and the audiance threw things at the actors if they didn’t the plays.In the theatre, there were some « special effect ».
    But….. All beautiful things come to an end.
    When Shakespeare’s play Henry VIII was performed in 1613, a cannon caused a fire.
    The Globe was destroyed in two hours. There were no wounded persons.
    Luckily, The Globe was rebuilt but it was one again demolished by the Puritan government.
    An American actor, Sam Wanamaker, dreamded of rebuilding the famous theatre, in 1970s.
    Sam died before it opened, 1997s. but he knew his dream was coming true.
    Today, 750,000 people visit the Globe each year.

    Questions:

    Who is William Shakespeare?
    He’s one of the greatest authors in history.

    What is The Globe?
    The Globe is the theater where Shakespeare worked.

    Mention a name of a play by Shakespeare.
    Romeo and Juliet_Henri VIII_Richard III

    What is the name of the American actor?
    Sam Wanakamer.

    What is it that has triggered a fire?
    A cannon caused the fire.

    How long the theater burned down?
    The Globe was destroyed in two hours.

    How many people visit the Globe each year?
    750,000 people visit the Globe each year.

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    Modifié par lucile83 le 26-03-2012 18:39


    Réponse: Correction/Shakespeare de desolation, postée le 26-03-2012 à 19:03:03 (S | E)
    Merci lucile
    Mais le texte est-il corrigé?



    Réponse: Correction/Shakespeare de lucile83, postée le 26-03-2012 à 19:11:54 (S | E)
    Bonjour,
    Merci de patienter un peu car les membres du site sont sans doute occupés ailleurs (vie de famille ou activité professionnelle par exemple); dès qu'un membre pourra vous aider il le fera.
    Cordialement.



    Réponse: Correction/Shakespeare de desolation, postée le 26-03-2012 à 19:14:29 (S | E)
    Oui, sans doute, merci de votre réponse



    Réponse: Correction/Shakespeare de notrepere, postée le 26-03-2012 à 23:45:40 (S | E)
    Hello

    William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-len Avon.He died in 1616,in the same city. He’s considered one of the greatest authors in history. In(mauvaise préposition) the time, the theaters were circular shapes and in the center of the ceiling, there was a hole to let(verbe à particule ; il faut une préposition après) the sunlight. This was a problem when it rained. He worked in a theatre: The Globe. The Globe was built in 1599, when William Shakespeare was 35 years old. He was already a professional actor, and he had written some of his famous plays, for exemple Romeo and Juliet, Richard III....
    But, it wasn’t legal to present plays in the city of London.....So theatres were built on the other side of the river Thames.
    All classes of people came to theatre, and the audiance threw things at the actors if they didn’t (il manque un verbe) the plays. In the theatre, there were some « special effect ».
    But….. All beautiful things come to an end.
    When Shakespeare’s play Henry VIII was performed in 1613, a cannon caused a fire.
    The Globe was destroyed in two hours. There were no wounded persons. No one was injured.
    Luckily, The Globe was rebuilt but it was one again demolished by the Puritan government.
    An American actor, Sam Wanamaker, dreamded of rebuilding the famous theatre, in the 1970s.
    Sam died before it opened, 1997s in 1997. But he knew his dream was coming true.
    Today, 750,000 people visit the Globe each year.

    What is the name of the American actor?
    Sam Wanakamer Wanamaker.

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    Modifié par notrepere le 26-03-2012 23:46



    Réponse: Correction/Shakespeare de sherry48, postée le 27-03-2012 à 02:11:27 (S | E)
    Hello desolation.
    Just a couple small errors to look at again...
    All classes of people came to (article) theatre, and the audiance threw things...
    special effect (plural)
    An American actor, Sam Wanamaker, dreamded of rebuilding...
    How long * the theater burned down? --This question isn't quite complete.
    Good luck tomorrow.
    Sherry



    Réponse: Correction/Shakespeare de desolation, postée le 27-03-2012 à 05:58:50 (S | E)
    Je vous remercie sincèrement, j'avais vraiment besoin que ce texte soit corrigé, merci mille fois!




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