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the document who is about =} the document which is about

a lot of coffin in cruch with a man in a suit who is disinfecting them =} a lot of coffins in a church with men dressed in protective gear/clothing who are disinfecting them

who were infected around a month ago are dying now =} who were infected around a month ago and who are dying now

the country ??????? much later =} Je n'ai pas compris cette partie de la phrase

the professor….. spoked on the subject =} the professor….. spoke on the subject

after the announcement of the death of 209… =} after the announce of the death

his speech was the day after the announcement =} the announce

Prononciation du mot "mild"

Prononciation du mot "those"

Prononciation du mot "tragedies"

he also add we can reduce the final death…. =} he also added that we can reduce the final……


Assez bien mais c'est trop court et il n'y a pas assez de reformulation!

Et voici le texte : Coronavirus live news: Spain records new highest daily death toll, as Syria reports first Covid-19 death


Patients in the UK dying now were infected around a month ago, weeks before the country started social distancing, an expert has warned.

Professor James Naismith, director of the Rosalind Franklin Institute at the University of Oxford, spoke out after a further 209 people died after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK.

Although this is a lower number than the 260 deaths the previous day, he warned it is too early to draw conclusions, underlining that “daily numbers can be lower (or higher) than expected due to random factors”.

Prof Naismnith said: “I am confident that provided we follow social distancing the increase in deaths will stop and this will be followed by a decrease in the daily numbers.

“It can take up to two weeks from infection to onset of symptoms. For over 80% of people these symptoms are mild, for the much smaller number who develop the most serious illness, intensive care is needed around 10 days later.

“For those who do not recover but die, data from China suggests this takes around another four days. The tragic deaths today will be from people infected roughly a month ago. It is inevitable that there will be more tragedies for families ahead.

“We can reduce the final death toll only by following current Government advice. We must expect and welcome changes in Government advice as science, medicine and social science work together to learn more.”

The Guardian, 29 March 2020

Ci-dessous votre compréhension orale du fichier "Cosmetic surgery"


Cet audio est une entrevue entre Jennifer et Maria. Maria a 19 ans et a réalisé une opération du nez pour retirer une bosse.

demande à Maria pourquoi a-t-elle décidé de passer le cap de la chirurgie esthétique, et Maria lui répond que c’est parce qu’elle voulait être belle e atteindre une certaine perfection, car d’après elle ce n’est pas toujours facile de vivre en Californie, car il y a beaucoup de pression pour paraître tout le temps parfait sans aucun défaut, et que Maria voulait une sorte de formule complète.

Jennifer lui demande si l’idée de réaliser cette opération lui est venue d’elle-même ou si cette idée provient d’une autre personne, et Maria lui réponds que ça vient d’elle-même, que ses amis la trouve folle d’avoir réalisé cette opération, mais elle avait beaucoup réfléchi avant de se lancer en lisant beaucoup d’articles de différents magazines, que ça ne semblait pas faire tant de mal que ça et que ça guérissait très rapidement.

Jennifer demande à Maria ce que ses parents pensent de son opération, et Maria lui réponds que ses parents n’étaient pas pour cette opération et qu’ils n’étaient pas très content dans le sens où eux qui l’ont faite comme elle était, et qu’à leurs yeux elle était parfaite comme elle l’était, l’opération n’était pas nécessaire, mais ils l’acceptent comme elle est puisqu’elle est assez grande pour faire ses propres choix.

Jennifer lui demande si la chirurgie esthétique à changer l’œil que Maria avait sur elle-même, sur son corps. Maria lui répond que oui ça a changé le regard qu’elle avait sur elle, mais qu’elle se sentait beaucoup mieux comme ça, qu’elle ne regrettait pas cette opération.

Enfin, Jennyfer lui demande si quelqu’un n’aime pas une partie de son corps, doit-il faire de la chirurgie esthétique. Maria pense que c’est quelque chose à prendre au sérieux, Maria elle y pensait déjà lorsqu’elle avait 16 ans, elle voulait attendre d’avoir fini de grandir. Elle pense qu’il faut bien y réfléchir avant car un changement physique n’est pas facile à « réparer ». Elle prend l’exemple de Michael Jackson et de ses opérations de chirurgie à répétition qui ont fini parle défigurer et qu’il a fini méconnaissable, et faisait peur.

And here is the script

- compare it with your summary in French and see how well you have understood the document.

Maria, who is 19, recently had a nose operation to remove a bump. She is being interviewed by Jennifer.

Jennifer : - Why did you decide to have cosmetic surgery?

Maria : - I'm actually a pretty girl, so I thought that if I got my nose done then I would be perfect. And there's so much pressure living in California to look perfect, that I just, I wanted to have the whole complete package, you know?

Jennifer : - Did you just decide to do it on your own or did someone suggest it to you?

Maria : - Well, actually my friends think I'm crazy that I did it, but I actually really wanted to do it because I saw all kinds of articles in different magazines and I read a bunch of information on it before I chose to do it. And it just didn't seem like it would be so bad, it wouldn't hurt so much, it only takes like a week to really heal.

Jennifer : - What did your parents think about you getting the nose surgery?

Maria : - My parents weren't very happy about it because you know they made me the way I am and they think I'm perfect as I am, so I think they were a little disappointed. But, you know, they accept me for what I've done and I’m old enough to make my own decisions now.

Jennifer : - What difference did the surgery make in how you feel about yourself?

Maria : - I feel great about myself now and I'm happy that I did it…

Jennifer : - Do you think anyone who doesn't like something about the way they look should have surgery?

Maria : - Well I think it's something you should take seriously. It's not like a quick snap decision. I've wanted to have this done ever since I was 16, but I wanted to wait until I was finished growing so I didn't make any mistakes. And I've thought about it my whole life. You know, I just think that you should put a lot of thought into it because once you get a change, a physical change, it's hard to fix it. I mean, look at Michael Jackson. He just kept cutting at his nose and cutting at his nose and now he'll never be able to get it back and he looks really scary.

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