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    Message de kiara08 posté le 18-10-2015 à 16:02:56 (S | E | F)
    Bonjour à tous ,
    je poste ce message car j'ai un problème pour un devoir scolaire .
    En effet , j'ai à écrire tout ce qui est dit dans une vidéo et ensuite je dois tout traduire et répondre à des questions , mais voilà le problème : à l'écoute, je n'entends pas ce qui est dit ou très peu de choses, ainsi il est difficile de faire mon devoir ...
    Par conséquent je me demande si quelqu'un aurait la grande gentillesse de m'écrire les paroles prononcées dans la vidéo au lien suivant :
    Lien internet

    Voilà quand même ce que j'ai entendu :
    This is a story about hope. It's hope is shine to everyone was despair but this hope are the same, the promess of a better day. And this hope caution people who see they are other people who've lost hope, people, who've lost their jobs, their health, their homes. People on the bordering Borma, in Catalea in west of Kenya and in Bushwick in Brooklyn, people whose families dreams like you and me who are hungry. And the people who see that can ask a simple human question, why?, and that were hope and the story begin:
    - My name is Bill Ayres and the co-founder of .... ( je ne sais pas du tout ce qui est dit ) and the executive director of an organization was called World Hunger Year but we just change her name to WhyHunger and a reason for that is that we say what we do, we ask the right question, why are there hunger in a world can't feed himself. And so I focuses ... ( à partir de là, tout est dit trop rapidement et je ne comprends plus rien ...)

    En espérant que quelqu'un ait la patience et la gentillesse de m'aider,
    Merci d'avance .

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    Modifié par lucile83 le 18-10-2015 17:19



    Réponse: Compréhension/vidéo de robertbrou, postée le 22-10-2015 à 18:39:14 (S | E)
    Bonjour,

    Voici mes corrections de votre texte:
    Vert=solution offerte; Bleu=à corriger

    This is a story about hope. It's hope that shines at the other end of despair but it is hope all the same, the promess of a better day. And this hope comes from people who see that there are other people who've lost hope, people, who've lost their jobs, their health, their homes. People on the border, in Borma, and in Catalea (rechercher les villes de Kenya) in western Kenya, and in Bushwick, in Brooklyn, people with families and dreams like you and me who are hungry. And the people who see this can't help but ask a simple human question, why? And that's where hope and this story begin:
    - My name is Bill Ayres. I'm the co-founder with .... ( à vous de réessayer ) and the executive director of an organization that was called World Hunger Year but we just changed our name to WhyHunger and the reason for that is that it says what we do, we ask the 'why' questions, why is there hunger in a world that can feed himself. And so we focus ... ( Réessayer à 1/2 vitesse )

    Avez-vous essayé de voir le clip à 1/2 vitesse? Il suffit de cliquer sur la roue dentée, choisir Speed et cliquer sur 0.5.

    Hope this helps!



    Réponse: Compréhension/vidéo de kiara08, postée le 31-10-2015 à 18:26:27 (S | E)
    Bonjour ,
    Après réécoute de la vidéo, voilà ce que j'ai entendu :

    This is a story about hope. It's hope that shines at the other end of despair but it is hope all the same, the promise of a better day. And this hope comes from people who see that there are other people who's lost hope, people who's lost their jobs, their health, their homes. People on the border, in Borma, and in Catalea in western Kenya, and in Bushwick, in Brooklyn, people with families and dreams like you and me who are hungry. And the people who see this can't help but ask a simple human question, why? And that's where hope and this story begin:
    - My name is Bill Ayres. I'm the co-founder with Harry Chapin and the executive director of an organization that was called World Hunger Year but we just changed our name to WhyHunger and the reason for that is that it says what we do, we ask the 'why' questions, why is there hunger in a world that can feed himself. And so our focus has always been on promoting ourself. We believe the real cause of hunger is poverty because poverty is powerlessness. We not only ask the why question, why hunger. What we do about it, the main people we’ve worked with our community based on something, the organisation fairness, some of the best people of the world and what we do is we help them in opening. What we help them, get connected the media. We know there’s is no silver boat. We believe that everybody has to come to the table, so everybody can eat at the table. We’ve made some most wonderful friends dedicated their lives to helping the poorest people in America …
    What we mean by a grassroots organization is body of real people that are leaving in our community that comes together to realy decised for themselves what they have to contribute in order to make a change. Individuals in community work together to define kind of our vision, problem of nutrition is a huge component in coming hunger. It’s not just about colonies it’s about the quality of the food which means more fresh food, more hull food less processed food, all of that is a huge contributor to the dietary disease of obesity and diabetes and hard diseases which is often food accompanying hunger .
    The national hunger hotlines have been earring more and more from men, who’s lost their jobs over last year and they’ve just reached a point where they don’t know where else to find food to feed the family.
    Our global movement programm is most engaged and in working most internationaly and domestically. Our role there is to connect some of those leaders here in US, with the grassroots leaders with the leaders internationnaly. To form an international movment that is calling for righter food.
    Childrens go hungry, grandparents go hungry so do mothers and fathers and neighbours you don’t know and friends you see around and people in far away countries you’ve never eared of, everywhere they are people who have no power and they are poor. they are people who go hungry and loose hope but then there are people like Harry Chaplin more than decades ago. Maybe like you who wonder why and that‘s why we can combat real hunger and hope. So ask yourself why hunger and then join us finding the answers.

    Je n'ai toujours pas entendu le nom des villes du Kenya :/
    En espérant que quelqu'un pourra écouter la vidéo pour me corriger .
    Merci d'avance .



    Réponse: Compréhension/vidéo de kiara08, postée le 04-11-2015 à 15:03:49 (S | E)




    Réponse: Compréhension/vidéo de bluestar, postée le 04-11-2015 à 17:19:10 (S | E)
    Bonjour..

    Erreurs en bleu, quelques suggestions en vert .. Je ne peut pas entendu n'ai pas pu entendre tout ce qui a été dit.

    This is a story about hope. It's hope that shines at the other end of despair but it is hope all the same, the promise of a better day. And this hope comes from people who see that there are other people who's who have lost hope, people who's lost their jobs, their health, their homes. People on the border, in Borma, and in Catalea in western Kenya, and in Bushwick, in Brooklyn, people with families and dreams like you and me who are hungry. And the people who see this can't help but ask a simple human question, why? And that's where hope and this story begin:
    - My name is Bill Ayres. I'm the co-founder with the late Harry Chapin and the executive director of an organization that was called World Hunger Year but we just changed our name to WhyHunger and the reason for that is that it says what we do, we ask the 'why' questions, why is there hunger in a world that can feed himself . And so our focus has always been on promoting ourself self reliance. We believe the real root cause of hunger is poverty because the root cause of poverty is powerlessness. We not only ask the why question, why hunger, but then we do something about it. What we do about it, Tthe main people we’ve worked with our are community-based on something,organisations, faith-based organisations the organisation fairness, some of the best people of the world and what we do is we help them in opening We help them to get resources, we help them to get connected to the media. We know there’s is no silver boat bullet for ending hunger and poverty. We believe that everybody has to come to the table, so everybody can eat at the table. We’ve made some of the most wonderful friends and partners over the years with these terrific people who dedicated their lives to helping the poorest people in America …
    What we mean by a grassroots organization is body of real people that are leaving in our community that comes together to realy decised for themselves what they have to contribute in order to make a change. Individuals in community work together to define kind of our vision., Proper problem of nutrition is a huge component in overcoming hunger.so it's not just about colonies calories it’s about the quality of the food,.proper food which means more fresh food, more hull whole food less processed food, all of that is a huge contributor to the dietary disease of obesity and diabetes and hard heart diseases which is often food you often find accompanying hunger .
    The national hunger hotlines have been earring more and more from men, who’s lost their jobs over last year and they’ve just reached a point where they don’t know where else to find food to feed the family.
    Our global movement programm is most engaged and in working most internationaly and domestically. Our role there is to connect some of those leaders here in US, with the grassroots leaders with the leaders internationnaly,. to form an international movment that is calling for righter the right to food.
    Childrens go hungry, grandparents go hungry so do mothers and fathers and neighbours you don’t know and friends you see around and people in far away countries you’ve never eared of, everywhere they are people who have no power and they are poor. Tthey are people who go hungry and loose hope but then there are people like Harry Chaplin more than three decades ago,. mMaybe like you who wonder why and that‘s why we can combat real begin to heal hunger and grow hope. So ask yourself why hunger and then join us finding the answers.


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    Modifié par lucile83 le 04-11-2015 22:49



    Réponse: Compréhension/vidéo de robertbrou, postée le 04-11-2015 à 18:21:47 (S | E)
    Bonjour,

    Bon travail ! Je sais que ce genre de travail est difficile. Même moi, j'ai dû écouter à plusieurs reprises afin d'entendre les mots corrects.

    Voici mes corrections de votre texte:
    Vert=solution offerte; Bleu= à corriger
    Il se peut qu'il y ait un mélange d'orthographe US et GB.
    Pourtant, je n'ai pas beaucoup fait sur la ponctuation.

    This is a story about hope. It's hope that shines at the other end of despair but it is hope all the same, the promise of a better day. And this hope comes from people who see that there are other people who have lost hope, people who have lost their jobs, their health, their homes. People on the border, in Burma, and in Catalea (*voir ci-dessous) in western Kenya, and in Bushwick, in Brooklyn, people with families and dreams like you and me who are hungry. And the people who see this can't help but ask a simple human question, why? And that's where hope and this story begin:
    [00:40]
    - My name is Bill Ayres. I'm the co-founder with the late Harry Chapin and the executive director of an organization that was called World Hunger Year but we just changed our name to WhyHunger and the reason for that is that it says what we do, we ask the 'why' questions, why is there hunger in a world that can feed himself? And so our focus has always been on promoting ourself self reliance. We believe that the root cause of hunger is poverty, the root cause of poverty is powerlessness. We not only ask the why questions at WhyHunger. But then we do about it, the main people we worked with our community-based organisations, a lot of them faith-based organisations, some of the best people of the world and what we do is we help them in helping to get resources. We help them get connected to the media. We know there’s no silver boat bullet in ending hunger and poverty and we believe that everybody has to come to the table, so everybody can eat at the table. We’ve made some most wonderful friends and partners over the years. With these these terrific people dedicated their lives to helping the poorest people in America …
    [01:40]
    What we mean by a grassroots organization is body of real people that are leaving in a community that comes together to realy decised for themselves what they have to contribute in order to make a change. Individuals in the community work together to define kind of a vision, proper nutrition is a huge component in overcoming hunger. So it’s not just about calories it’s about the quality of the food which means more fresh food, more whole foods, less processed foods, all of that is a huge contributor to the diet-related disease of obesity and diabetes and heart diseases which you often find accompanying hunger.
    [02:40]
    The national hunger hotline--we have been hearing more and more from men, that have lost their jobs over last year and they’ve just reached a point where they don’t know where else to find food to feed their families.
    [03:00]
    Our global movements programm is most engaged and in working both internationaly and domestically. Our role there is to connect some of those leaders here in the United States, those grassroots leaders with the leaders internationnaly. To form an international movment that is calling for the right to food.
    [04:05]
    Childrens go hungry, grandparents go hungry, so do mothers and fathers, and neighbours you don’t know and friends you no longer see around and people in far away countries you’ve never heard of. Everywhere that there are people who have no power and they are poor, there are people who go hungry and loose hope. But then there are people like Harry Chapin more than three decades ago, maybe like you who wonder why and that's where we begin to heal hunger and build hope. So ask yourself "why hunger?" and then join us in finding the answers.

    *J'ai fait une recherche sur "list of cities in Kenya" - vous trouverez le nom de la ville parmi cette partie de la liste qui commence par le son 'k':

    Kajiado
    Kakamega
    Kakuma
    Kapenguria
    Kericho
    Kiambu
    Kilifi
    Kisii
    Kisumu
    Kitale

    Hope this helps!




    Réponse: Compréhension/vidéo de kiara08, postée le 05-11-2015 à 21:52:53 (S | E)
    Bonjour ,

    Voilà j'ai corrigé mes erreurs :

    " This is a story about hope. It's hope that shines at the other end of despair but it is hope all the same, the promise of a better day. And this hope comes from people who see that there are other people who have lost hope, people who have lost their jobs, their health, their homes. People on the border, in Burma, and in Kakamega in western Kenya, and in Bushwick, in Brooklyn, people with families and dreams like you and me who are hungry. And the people who see this can't help but ask a simple human question, why? And that's where hope and this story begin : [00:40]

    - My name is Bill Ayres. I'm the co-founder with the late Harry Chapin and the executive director of an organization that was called World Hunger Year but we just changed our name to WhyHunger and the reason for that is that it says what we do, we ask the 'why' questions, why is there hunger in a world that can feed itself. And so our focus has always been on promoting self reliance. We believe that the root cause of hunger is poverty, the root cause of poverty is powerlessness. We not only ask the why questions at WhyHunger. But then we do about it, the main people we worked with our community-based organisations, a lot of them faith-based organisations, some of the best people of the world and what we do is we help them in helping to get resources. We help them get connected to the media. We know there’s no silver bullet in ending hunger and poverty and we believe that everybody has to come to the table, so everybody can eat at the table. We’ve made some most wonderful friends and partners over the years. With these these terrific people dedicated their lives to helping the poorest people in America … [01:40]

    - What we mean by a grassroots organization is body of real people that are living in a community that comes together to really decided for themselves what they have to contribute in order to make a change. Individuals in the community work together to define kind of a vision, proper nutrition is a huge component in overcoming hunger. So it’s not just about calories it’s about the quality of the food which means more fresh food, more whole foods, less processed foods, all of that is a huge contributor to the diet-related disease of obesity and diabetes and heart diseases which you often find accompanying hunger. [02:40]

    - The national « Hunger Hotline », we have been hearing more and more from men, that have lost their jobs over last year and they’ve just reached a point where they don’t know where else to find food to feed their families. [03:00]

    - Our global movements program is most engaged and working both internationally and domestically. Our role there is to connect some of those leaders here in the United States, those grassroots leaders with the leaders internationally. To form an international movement that is calling for the right to food. [04:05]

    - Children go hungry, grandparents go hungry, so do mothers and fathers, and neighbours you don’t know and friends you no longer see around and people in far away countries you’ve never heard of. Everywhere that there are people who have no power and they are poor, there are people who go hungry and lose hope. But then there are people like Harry Chapin more than three decades ago, maybe like you who wonder why and that's where we begin to heal hunger and build hope. So ask yourself "why hunger?" and then join us in finding the answers. "

    Merci beaucoup pour votre aide .



    Réponse: Compréhension/vidéo de robertbrou, postée le 06-11-2015 à 20:03:39 (S | E)
    Bonjour,
    Voici les deux derniers.
    ..., and in Kitale in western Kenya, ... --J'espérais que vous entendiez les sons 'k' et 't'. C'est en effet comment je l'ai trouvé.
    - ... We not only ask the why questions at WhyHunger. But then we do (mot manqué) about it, ...
    Hope this helps!




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