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    Message de besoinanglais posté le 30-05-2013 à 15:28:32 (S | E | F)
    Re-bonjour
    voici mon second texte.
    Merci pour vos réponses.

    I will introduce the notion of myths and heroes. A myth can be defined as a traditional , older , legendary story featuring imaginary characters with supernatural elements in an allegorical way . Then , according to the dictionary the definition of hero is a supernatural character who realized supernatural action . We note that , in the definition ago the term “supernatural” . So we may wonder if a real people can be considered as heroes ?
    First, today a hero is often associated with the fictional world. Since a very young age we have an imaginary conception of the term hero. To me a hero has often been a fictional being that I see in movies, cartoons or in the novel. A hero is often imagined with magical powers with the sole order to save the Earth. Such as Superman, Spiderman or Batman, who were considered true heroes in our childhood.We saw in class, from the film Into the Wild, where Alex is a hero because he decided to completely change his life. It takes strictly necessary to enable it to survive in the wilderness. Alex is considered a hero because he decided to break away from all that is material, it burns his money and going to conquer the world. According to him people have become too materialistic and they ended up forgetting what is really life. He does not want this life there so he abandons everything and travel across America and meet people enormously, he eventually died from eating a bad plant. Alex is a hero because he was risking his life to show the world that you can be happy without money.
    While Alex is a fictional hero of the film into the wild, however, this story is taken from real fact, because unusual character to actually exist, it is called Christopher Johnson McCandless. So Alex is both real and fictional heroes.
    So Alex is both real and fictional heroes. There are other heroes who actually exist and who have fought to make a difference, they even risk their lives. There are examples of very known as Nelson Mandela, Rosa Paks, Gandhi, Che Guevara and Martin Luther King! Who has not heard with them?Nelson Mandela was a great hero of not only south Africa but around the world. Nelson Mandela is a hero because he believed that one day that the whole south Africa will sit together eat together drink and live together as one no matter what color your skin is. he is also known as a hero because he stopped the apartheid in south Africa.Rosa Parks is a hero because Before the Civil Rights Movement, when whites were thought to be better than all other races, she along with many others decided it was time for change. In that time, before the bus boycott, if a colored individual would have to give up there seat to a white individual. One day when Parks was riding a white man demanded her seat. Seeing she was much older than the man, she thought that she deserved the seat. After she refused, police were called and Parks was jailed.
    In conclusion, when we are small we believe that heroes are the ones you see in cartoons where people who save the lives of others. But when we become bigger we understand that a hero is much more than that, this is a person who is giving up to make a difference. A person who believed in change. In my opinion, a hero can be anyone, a person who helps a homeless in the street , who gives money to associations and also firefighters and doctors.

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    Modifié par lucile83 le 30-05-2013 15:37


    Réponse: Oral/aide 2e texte de besoinanglais, postée le 01-06-2013 à 18:59:11 (S | E)
    Aidez moi , s'il vous plaît c'est urgent !



    Réponse: Oral/aide 2e texte de hushpuppy, postée le 01-06-2013 à 20:29:05 (S | E)
    Bonjour
    Alors le deuxième :

    I will introduce the notion of myths and heroes. A myth can be defined as a traditional , older , legendary story featuring imaginary characters with supernatural elements in an allegorical way . Then , according to the dictionary, the definition of hero is a supernatural character who has realized supernatural action . We note that according to the dictionary definition, ago a hero is “supernatural” . So we may wonder if a real people can be considered as heroes ?
    First, today, a hero is often associated with the fictional world. Since At a very young age we have an imaginary conception of the term hero. To me, a hero has often been a fictional being that I see in movies, cartoons or in the novel(pluriel). A hero is often imagined with magical powers with the sole purpose to save the Earth, such as Superman, Spiderman or Batman, who were considered true heroes in our childhood(pluriel).We saw in class, from the film "Into the Wild", where Alex is a hero because he decided to completely change his life Alex is considered a hero because he by breaking away from all that is materialIt takes strictly necessary to enable it to survive in the wilderness. , it burns his money and going to conquer the world. According to him, people have become too materialistic and they ended up forgetting what is really life. He does not want this life there so he abandons everything and travels across America and meets a lot of people. He eventually died from eating a bad plant. Alex is a hero because he was risking his life to show the world that you can be happy without money.
    While Alex is a fictional hero of the film "into the wild", however, this story is taken from real fact, because (démonstratif) unusual character to actually exist(passé), his name was Christopher Johnson McCandless. So Alex is both (article indéfini) real and fictional heroes(singulier).
    So Alex is both real and fictional heroes. There are other heroes who actually exist(passé) and who have fought to make a difference, some even risk(passé) their lives. Heroes such as Nelson Mandela, Rosa Paks, Gandhi, Che Guevara and Martin Luther King! Who has not heard of them?Nelson Mandela was a great hero of not only south Africa but around the world. Nelson Mandela is a hero because he believed that one day that the whole south Africa will(conditionnel) sit together, eat together, drink and live together as one no matter what was the color your skin. he is also known as a hero because he stopped the apartheid in south Africa.Rosa Parks is a hero because before the Civil Rights Movement, when some whites were thought they were better than all other races, she, along with many others, decided it was time for change. In that time, before the bus boycott, if a colored individual would have to give up there(orthographe) seat to a white individual. One day while Parks was riding a bus, a white man demanded her seat. Seeing she was much older than the man, she thought that she deserved the seat. After she refused, police were called and Parks was jailed.
    In conclusion, when we are small, we believe that heroes are the ones you see in cartoons where people who save the lives of others. But when we grow up, we understand that a hero is much more than that, this is a person who is giving up a part of themself to make a difference. A person who believed(présent) in change. In my opinion, a hero can be anyone, a person who helps a homeless (nom manque) in the street , someone who gives money to associations and also firefighters and doctors.




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