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    English food/correction

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    English food/correction
    Message de theavy posté le 05-03-2016 à 09:01:35 (S | E | F)
    Hello everybody,
    I’m Theavy. I would like it if you could correct my essay please. Is it right with the introductory paragraph and conclusion paragraph?
    Thank you before you correct.

    How come it is so difficult to find English food in England? In Greece you eat Greek food, in France French food, in Italy Italian food, but in England, in any High Street in the land, it is easier to find Indian and Chinese restaurants than English ones. In London you can eat Thai, Portuguese, Turkish, Lebanese, Russian, Polish, Swiss, Swedish, Spanish, and Italian—but where are the English restaurants?
    London is the most multicultural food in the city. Firstly, the British have always imported food from other country. Owing to in England has many cosmopolitan, so the British need to adjust to them. For instance, they imported such as Thai, Portuguese, Turkish, Lebanese, Russian, Polish, Swiss, Swedish, Spanish, and Italian. Furthermore, many people that come from abroad they need to run a business at there like restaurants. As a result, their food is very popular for the British since they would like to taste what new.
    The British have in fact always imported food from abroad. From the time of the Roman invasion foreign trade was a major influence on British cooking. English kitchens, like the English language, absorbed ingredients from all over the world—chickens, rabbits, apples, and tea. All of these and more were successfully incorporated into British dishes. Another important influence on British cooking was of course the weather. The good old British rain gives us rich soil and green grass, and means that we are able to produce some of the finest varieties of meat, fruit and vegetables, which don’t need fancy sauces or complicated recipes to disguise their taste.

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    Modifié par lucile83 le 05-03-2016 09:32


    Réponse: English food/correction de here4u, postée le 05-03-2016 à 13:34:00 (S | E)
    Hello !
    let's see!

    How come it is so difficult to find English food in England? In Greece you eat Greek food, in France French food, in Italy Italian food, but in England, in any High Street in the land, it is easier to find Indian and Chinese restaurants than English ones. In London you can eat Thai, Portuguese, Turkish, Lebanese, Russian, Polish, Swiss, Swedish, Spanish, and Italian—(accumulation of what could be considered as adjectives = a little dsiturbing to me!)but where are the English restaurants?
    London is the most multicultural food(London isn't "food", is it? in the city. Firstly, the British have always imported food from other country. Owing to in England has many cosmopolitan,revoir la construction entièrement! so the British need to adjust to them(to what or whom?). For instance, they imported such as Thai food, Portuguese XXX, Turkish XXX, Lebanese XXX, Russian X , PolishX, Swiss X, Swedish X, Spanish XX, and Italian XXX(try tochange nouns for each country!). Furthermore, many people that come from abroad they need to run a business at there like restaurants. As a result, their food is very popular for the British since they would like to taste what new. where's the verb?
    The British have in fact always imported food from abroad. From the time of the Roman invasion(comma!) foreign trade was a major influence on British cooking. English kitchens, like the English language, absorbed ingredients from all over the world— chickens, rabbits, apples, and tea. All of these and more were successfully incorporated into British dishes. Another important influence on British cooking was of course the weather. The good old British rain gives us rich soil and green grass, and means that we are able to produce some of the finest varieties of meat, fruit and vegetables, which don’t need fancy sauces or complicated recipes to disguise their taste.

    Trop de répétitions ... Sans doute fallait-il parler de "différences" et de respect de celles-ci, d'ouverture à la cuisine venant d'autres pays, d'habitudes culturelles apportées par les immigrés, peut-être aussi se poser la question de ce qu'est la "gastronomie anglaise" ... La conclusion n'en est pas une mais pourrait être une partie ... L'anglais est de qualité très irrégulière ; attention à la ponctuation qui manque! ... Courage.



    Réponse: English food/correction de theavy, postée le 06-03-2016 à 10:39:21 (S | E)
    Merci here pour la correction. Je suis très contente. C’est mon nouveau texte.

    How come it is so difficult to find English food in England? In Greece you eat Greek food, in France French food, in Italy Italian food, but in England, in any High Street in the land, it is easier to find Indian and Chinese restaurants than English ones. In London you can eat Thai food, Portuguese food, Turkish food, Lebanese food, Russian food, Polish food, Swiss food, Swedish food, Spanish food, and Italian food -but where are the English restaurants?
    London is the most multicultural city in the world, so British meal has multicultural food too. Firstly, the British have always imported food from many other countries. In England has many cosmopolitan, so the British need to adjust food to them. Furthermore, many people that come from abroad need to run a business like restaurants. Therefore, they brought their foods to show about their culture. As a result, their food is very popular for the British since they would like to taste new foods.
    Secondly, the major cause of influential on British cooking was the roman invasion foreign trade. After the roman invaded England for long-term, they improved the British meal by introducing good vegetable to the island such as shallot, celery, cabbages, peas, leek and other foods. Moreover, they introduced many productive such as grains and bread. It was very important part of the British meal.
    The last point, another factor that influence on British cooking was the weather. The climate was very important for the cultivation of crop. In Britain always varied climate. England is closest the Atlantic Ocean, so it had mildest temperatures, hottest and too much wind. Thus, it is not good for planning crop.
    The British have in fact always imported food from abroad. From the time of the Roman invasion foreign trade was a major influence on British cooking. English kitchens, like the English language, absorbed ingredients from all over the world—chickens, rabbits, apples, and tea. All of these and more were successfully incorporated into British dishes. Another important influence on British cooking was of course the weather. The good old British rain gives us rich soil and green grass, and means that we are able to produce some of the finest varieties of meat, fruit and vegetables, which don’t need fancy sauces or complicated recipes to disguise their taste.




    Réponse: English food/correction de here4u, postée le 06-03-2016 à 15:38:09 (S | E)
    Hello !

    How come it is so difficult to find English food in England? In Greece you eat Greek food, in France French food, in Italy Italian food, but in England, in any High Street in the land, it is easier to find Indian and Chinese restaurants than English ones. In London you can eat Thai food, Portuguese food, Turkish food, Lebanese food, Russian food, Polish food, Swiss food, Swedish food, Spanish food, and Italian food -but where are the English restaurants?
    London is the most multicultural city in the world, so British meal (soit il faut mettre un article, soit mettre le nom au pluriel, et accorder le verbe! has multicultural food too. Firstly, the British have always imported food from many other countries. In England has many cosmopolitan, so the British need to adjust food to them ? to whom? . Furthermore, many people that come from abroad need to run a business like restaurants. Therefore, they brought(import?) their foods to show (about) their culture. As a result, their food is very popular for the British since they would like to taste new foods.
    Secondly, the major cause of influential on British cooking was the roman invasion foreign trade. After the roman (majuscule + pluriel) invaded England for long-term, they improved the British meal by introducing good vegetable + plurielto the island such as shallot, celery, cabbages, peas, leek and other foods. Moreover, they introduced many productive(products?) such as grains and bread. It was A very important part of the British meal.
    The last point, another factor that influenceD on British cooking was the weather. The climate was very important for the cultivation of cropS. In Britain always varied climate.(construction à revoir!) England is closest the Atlantic Ocean, so it had (c'est toujours vrai!)mildest temperatures, hottest(hottest = le plus chaud!) and too much wind. Thus, it is not good for planning cropS.
    The British have in fact always imported food from abroad. From the time of the Roman invasion, foreign trade was a major influence on British cooking. English kitchens, like the English language, absorbed ingredients from all over the world (chickens, rabbits, apples, and tea). All of these and more were successfully incorporated into British dishes. Another important influence on British cooking was of course the weather. The good old British rain gives us rich soil and green grass, and means that we(or they?) are able to produce some of the finest varieties of meat, fruit and vegetables, which don’t need fancy sauces or complicated recipes to disguise their tasteS.



    Réponse: English food/correction de theavy, postée le 07-03-2016 à 14:03:55 (S | E)
    How come it is so difficult to find English food in England? In Greece you eat Greek food, in France French food, in Italy Italian food, but in England, in any High Street in the land, it is easier to find Indian and Chinese restaurants than English ones. In London you can eat Thai food, Portuguese food, Turkish food, Lebanese food, Russian food, Polish food, Swiss food, Swedish food, Spanish food, and Italian food -but where are the English restaurants?
    London is the most multicultural city in the world, so the British meals have multicultural food too. Firstly, the British have always imported food from many other countries. Moreover, there are many people that come from abroad need to run a business like restaurants. Therefore, they imported their foods to show their culture such as Thai food, Portuguese food, Turkish food,
    Merci here pour la correction. C'est mon nouveau texte.

    Lebanese food, Russian food, Polish food, Swiss food, Swedish food, Spanish food, Italian food and Indian food. For instance, Chicken Tikka Masala, Spicy Malvani Chicken Curry and other cuisines are Indian dish, and it was widespread of the meal in Britain. As a result, their food is very popular for the British since they would like to taste new foods.
    Secondly, the Roman invasion foreign trade was influential on British cooking. After the Romans invaded England for longtime they improved the British meals by introducing good vegetables to the island such as shallot, celery, cabbages, peas, leek, radishes, ginger, apple and wine. Moreover, they introduced many products such as grains and bread. It was a very important part of the British meal.
    The last point, another factor that influenced British cooking was the weather. The climate was very important for the cultivation of crops. In Britain always change climate. England is the closest the Atlantic Ocean, so it often has cold temperatures, hot and too much wind. Thus, it is not good for planning crops.
    The British have in fact always imported food from abroad. From the time of the Roman invasion, foreign trade was a major influence on British cooking. English kitchens, like the English language, absorbed ingredients from all over the world (chickens, rabbits, apples, and tea). All of these and more were successfully incorporated into British dishes. Another important influence on British cooking was of course the weather. The good old British rain gives us rich soil and green grass, and means that they are able to produce some of the finest varieties of meat, fruit and vegetables, which don’t need fancy sauces or complicated recipes to disguise their tastes




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