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Message de theo3400 posté le 27-12-2015 à 12:25:58 (S | E | F)
je dois écrire "the interview of one of the immigrants arrested at the frontier".
J'ai donc écrit ce dialogue mais étant donné que nous avons eu peu de cours sur comment construire un dialogue, je voulais savoir ce que vous pensiez de mon travail, merci d'avance.
The scene takes place at the Mexican’s frontier, Graham Satchell reporter at the BBC interviews Pablo Salgado, an immigrant who just had been arrested by the Mexican police while he was trying to go in Texas.
“Sir Salgado, what are the reasons that push more and more immigrants to go in the USA illegally nowadays?” inquired the reporter.
“The living conditions are becoming harder everyday, more and more people are unemployed, the violence in the street is becoming usual, actually it's getting dangerous to live in Mexico. Migrate is now our only option to make it out.” told the young Mexican.
Graham Satchell, affected by this speech, ask the immigrant politely: “How does the trip pass for people like you? Which risks do you take to come in USA?” worried he.
“Our group begun to travel ten days ago (he make a stop to dry his tears), we first paid 3000 dollars to the smuggler, all our economies, then we went into a shabby wagon without sits and air conditioning” explained Pablo. “We made a first step at Monterrey, then a second step at El Paso. Each time we couldn't go outside, we stayed ten days in a dirty wagon with a little supplies” he breaths a moment and then say again “we don't know what's going on now...” added he desperately.
The reporter, took pity for the young man and took out from his pocket several bills of 100 dollars saying “Take it, that's not a lot but it'll make me happy if you take it, thanks god we are safe in America and I wish you the best for the next” replied Graham.
“Thanks” mumbleed gratefully the stranger and he took the money.
The journalist hugs the poor Mexican man and then turns to his cameraman: “So you've heard what's many immigrants suffer everyday by trying to cross the frontier, more than 10 000 people died every year for the american dream” announced clearly Graham to thousands people watching the interview.
The cameraman turn off his camera and the journalist come see the immigrant again, they exchange a few words then the immigrant return the police car, with a little smile on his mouth.
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