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Appréciation

Tes erreurs sont les mots qui sont barrés dans ton texte et les corrections sont celles qui sont soulignées en gras. Ton texte est bien mais il est beaucoup trop court (3:42 minutes au lieu de 5!) et tes phrases sont hachées à l'oral.

Tu aurais eu environ 6/10 pour cette partie de l'oral.

A l'oral il y a quelques petites erreurs par rapport au texte :

"social structures that will improve our society" =} Certains mots sont mal prononcés dans cette phrase

"AIDS remains unconsultable and particularly affect…" =} "AIDS remains unacceptable and particularly affects ….."

"the evolution of infection the vertability of the virus the mechanisms" =} "the evolution of infection the variability of the virus the mechanisms"

"human immune response" =} ces mots sont mal prononcés

"the spread of the pandemic" =} ces mots sont mal prononcés

"More than 34 millions people infected =} "More than 34 million people are infected

Attention Ă  la prononciation de certains mots comme : "talk", "idea", "generally", "evokes", "research", "now", " particular", "priority", "areas", "mechanisms", "human", "child", "worldwide", "know"

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The idea of progress

I will talk to you about the idea of progress, on the theme of AIDS.

The notion of progress generally evokes a forward movement. We envision see progress as a positive change that will be better than the past and develop new technologies, sciences and social structures that will improve our society. On the other hand, I will evoke this notion through the following problem question:

What is the evolution on regarding AIDS research?

AIDS research is now a priority of the Pasteur Institute.

30 years after the discovery of HIV, AIDS remains unacceptable and particularly affects the poorest countries and populations. To date, the research areas cover the majority of priority areas of investigation. It The research concerns in particular the study of the evolution of infection, the variability of the virus, the mechanisms of HIV entry and multiplication in human cells. It also looks at the transmission of the virus, especially from mother to child, and its regulation, the human immune response against the virus. Lastly, it studies tatural protection in humans and of course treatments and vaccines.

All these advances have prevented the spread of the pandemic.

More than 34 million people are infected worldwide and there are 2.5 million new infections each year.

It is therefore essential to know the mechanisms of HIV infection in order to advance therapeutic and vaccine research.

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