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    Oral /Myths and Heroes

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    Oral /Myths and Heroes
    Message de chabine97 posté le 14-05-2015 à 02:19:48 (S | E | F)
    Bobjour,
    Pouvez-vous m"aider à corriger mon texte pour lundi s'il vous plait?
    Merci pour vos réponses.


    I will talk about the concept of myths and heroes. A myth evokes the human condition as a whole, its history is often orally transmitted and played by a hero. A hero in mythology, is a person with superhuman qualities is admired for his courage and for his outstanding achievements . To illustrate this, I chose to focus my thoughts on successful careers of people , namely people who started from nothing to reach the top of the social ladder . How myths and heroes influence people's career? To answer this question , we will see the evolution of a life rags to riches which is a symbol of the American dream . Then we will see that political heroes could inspire the company as well.

    First, there is no denying that the company is based on myths. As elsewhere, but even more the myths of "The American Dreams" in the United States are a prime example. Indeed, it promotes the idea that not only personal fulfillment is due to honesty, hard work, but it is based on the will of God. We have studied in class in an article from a website model which probably encouraged the American spirit of competitiveness, innovation and entrepreneurship; that is Oprah Winfrey. Oprah Winfrey overcame the obstacles of being a young African American girl in the South in the fifties and sixties to achieve his goal. She started her own show, which quickly became the talk show Oprah Winfrey. Its output was a tool to disseminate its principles influenced America. And the financing of its magazine, website and its own TV channel, she used her fame to base its charity and funded several houses and schools in South Africa. Therefore, it is a typical example of a self-made woman. Oprah Winfrey has climbed the social ladder as it had begun on the first level. Therefore, in all respects are based career throughout America.

    Moreover, Mandela is a relevant illustration of the concept of hero, because it shows how one man changed the minds of people . Indeed , he put an end to decades of racial division and created a peaceful nation of peaceful rainbow sky. He was considered a symbol of goodness by spending his retirement years focused on charitable causes for children and the fight against AIDS. Through his tireless struggle for freedom and his insistence on forgiveness , Mandela has inspired millions in a spirit of reconciliation , including Barack Obama. The latter became the first black president of his country and won the Nobel Peace Prize , as Mandela. They are two examples of successful careers who approve egalitarianism to realize our dreams .

    To put it in short, it seems to me that heroes influence the careers of people by their commitment to defend and promote honorable values ​​and strong personalities. However, even if you can get some inspiration from mystical stories and iconic figures , at the end , you have to face reality.

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    Modifié par lucile83 le 14-05-2015 10:00


    Réponse: Oral /Myths and Heroes de laure95, postée le 14-05-2015 à 18:52:11 (S | E)
    Bonsoir,
    -a person with superhuman qualities is admired:enlever IS
    -How myths and heroes influence people's career?: structure d'une question: MOT INTERRO + AUX + SUJET + VERBE A L'INFINITIF.
    - the evolution of a life rags to riches: THE life of rags to riches.
    -We have studied in class in an article: pas de IN
    -to achieve his goal: pas le bon possessif.
    -Its output was a tool to disseminate its principles influenced America: ?
    - And the financing of its magazine, website and its own TV channel: pas le bon possessif.
    -she used her fame to base its charity
    - as it had begun on the first level: pourquoi HAD.
    - Therefore, in all respects are based career throughout America sujet au pluriel + verbe au pluriel.

    - because it shows how one man changed the minds of people: mettre au présent perfect.
    - realize our dreams: FULFILL.





    Réponse: Oral /Myths and Heroes de chabine97, postée le 15-05-2015 à 13:38:54 (S | E)
    Hello,

    I am going to talk about the concept of myths and heroes. First of all, I would like to give a definition of this notion. A myth is a fictitious story which narrates the foundations of a given community. These narratives can convey the ideals of this community and create or perpetuate inspiring heroic figures. In this case, the concept of myths and heroes then serves a more profound purpose in our culture than mere fictional stories. To illustrate this, I have chosen to focus my thought on people's successful careers, that is to say people who started from scratch and reach the top of the social ladder. How can myths and heroes influence people's careers? Aiming at answering this issue, I will exhibit a rags-to-riches life which is a symbol of the American Dream. Then I will show that political heroes could inspire society as well.

    First and foremost, one cannot deny that society is based on founding myths; a collective identity forged around common landmarks and shared values. As elsewhere, but even more so the myths of “The American Dream” in the United States are a great example. Indeed it promotes the idea that not only is personal fulfillment due to honesty, hard-working and but it is based also on God’s will. We studied the models which likely encourage the American spirit of competitiveness, innovation and entrepreneurship; life rags to riches Oprah in an article from a class Website. Oprah Winfrey overcame the obstacles of being an African American girl in the South in the fifties and sixties to achieve her goal. She started her own show which soon became the Oprah Winfrey talk-show. Her outlet was a tool to broadcast her principles which influenced America. As well as funding her magazine, her website and her own TV-channel, she used her fame to found her charity and financed several houses and schools in South Africa. Hence she is a typical example of a self-made woman. Oprah Winfrey has climbed the social ladder as she had started from the first level. Therefore, in all respects are based career throughout America.

    Mandela is a relevant illustration of the notion of heroes as it shows how a single man has changed people’s minds. Indeed he put an end to decades of racial division and created a peaceful Rainbow Nation. He was regarded as a symbol of goodness by spending his retirement years focused on charitable causes for children and the struggle against AIDS. Through to his tireless struggle for freedom and his insistence on forgiveness over vengeance, Mandela inspired millions to a spirit of reconciliation, including Barack Obama. The latter has become the first Black president of his country and won the Nobel Peace Prize, just like Mandela. They are both examples of
    successful careers which endorse egalitarianism to fulfill our dreams.

    To put it in a nutshell, it seems to me that heroes influence people's careers by their commitment to defend and promote honorable values and their strong personalities. Thanks to their prominent presence, they act as model. However, even if you may get some inspiration from mystical stories and iconic figures, in the end you will have to face reality and be aware of the imperfection of mankind.




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