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    Correction/much money

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    Correction/much money
    Message de k3400 posté le 15-02-2013 à 15:43:44 (S | E | F)
    Bonjour,

    j'ai un petit texte que j'ai dû écrire; je pense qu'il n'y a pas trop de fautes, mais est-ce que vous pourriez le lire rapidement pour vérifier ? Ce serait gentil de votre part. Je vous remercie d'avance.

    If I were given 50,000 euros, I would spend them to travel abroad in a lot of countries with friends or family, because I like to travel but I haven't the money to go to other countries. Particularly among these travels, I would go out to Australia because the landscape is beautiful. I would like to do scuba diving, drink cocktails on the beach, surf, see kangaroos. But I would also visit other countries to discover other cultures and habits, to know people's lives in these countries. So I would go out to China for one month, to change my way of life. It's a challenge, it's exciting. Travels would give me a world opening too. I would also go out to Quebec which is completely different from Australia but also wonderful.

    Then, I would invest money to continue studying and buy what I want when I do so. Going out without thinking about expenditures. I could enjoy life to the full.

    Finally, even if a lot of people would spend this money very quickly to buy different things, I wouldn't spend a lot of money, because I don't need superficial things to be happy. I don't need a big new car or other. I wouldn't use this money to buy useless equipments, and which most of the time are expensive.

    I would prefer to keep this money to do essential things, and indulge myself from time to time. I would spend this money gradually and not in a single time.

    Furthermore, 50 000 euros isn't a hard cash and wouldn't allow me to buy a house or an apartment, neither to stop working or studying.

    And the only problem is « why would anyone give me this money ? » If it came from an inheritance, then somebody would have died, so I would be sadder to use this money in those conditions. But if I were given this sum of money, without bad news, so I would accept it with pleasure.

    bonne journée à vous

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    Modifié par lucile83 le 15-02-2013 21:13


    Réponse: Correction/much money de notrepere, postée le 16-02-2013 à 06:23:34 (S | E)
    Bonjour

    Pas beaucoup à corriger

    If I were given 50,000 euros, I would spend them to travel abroad in a lot of countries with friends or family, because I like to travel but I haven't the money to go to other countries. Particularly among these travels, I would go out to Australia because the landscape is beautiful. I would like to do scuba diving, drink cocktails on the beach, surf, see kangaroos. But I would also visit other countries to discover other cultures and habits, to get to know people's lives in these countries. So I would go out to China for one month, to change my way of life. It would be a challenge, it would be exciting. Travels would give me a world opening too. I would also go out* to Quebec which is completely different from Australia but also wonderful.

    * It makes more sense to say "out to Australia" but not Québec.

    Then, I would invest money to continue studying and buy what I want when I do so. Going out without thinking about expenditures. I could enjoy life to the fullest.

    Finally, even if a lot of people would spend this money very quickly to buy different things, I wouldn't spend a lot of money, because I don't need superficial things to be happy. I don't need a big new car or such. I wouldn't use this money to buy useless equipments, and which most of the time are(singular) expensive.

    I would prefer to keep this money to do essential things, and indulge myself from time to time. I would spend this money gradually and not in a single time.

    Furthermore, 50 000 euros isn't a hard cash and wouldn't allow me to buy a house or an apartment, neither nor to stop working or studying.

    And the only problem is « why would anyone give me this money ? » If it came from an inheritance, then somebody would have died, so I would be sadder to use this money under those conditions. But if I were given this sum of money, without bad news, so I would accept it with pleasure.



    Réponse: Correction/much money de k3400, postée le 16-02-2013 à 11:30:17 (S | E)
    Merci beaucoup .

    Par contre je ne comprends pas pourquoi vous m'avez mis :

    I would also go out* to Quebec which is completely different from Australia but also wonderful.

    * It makes more sense to say "out to Australia" but not Québec.

    Parce que je veux aussi partir au Québec, même si c'est très différent de l'Australie, mais aussi joli.


    Travels would give me a world opening too. : c'est censé vouloir dire que les voyages m'apporteraient une ouverture d'esprit sur le monde en gros. Alors j'ai traduit ca comme ca, mais apparemment c'est pas le cas ^^. Il faudrait dire a world open-minded ?

    Pour equipementS j'avais oublié le -s en recopiant le texte ici.

    Et Hard cash c'est pour dire : une grosse somme d'argent. La phrase voulant dire, 50 000 euros n'est pas une grosse somme d'argent, et ne permettrait pas d'acheter une maison ou un appartement, ni d'arrêter de travailler ou d'étudier ...

    Si vous pouviez m'éclaircir sur ces points ce serait gentil. Je vous remercie d'avance. Et merci d'avoir pris la peine de me corriger.




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