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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 écrit mais il est trop court (3:46 mins). J'ai remarqué que tu as arrêté l'enregistrement assez souvent alors qu'il fallait le faire en une seule prise!

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

"….they could be infect with AIDS…" =} "they could be infected with AIDS

//Attention Ă  la prononciation de certains mots comme : "society", "question", "talk", "acquired", "sweat", "misconduct", "distance", "HIV", "deserving", "saliva", "France"

Il faut bien prononcer les "s" Ă  la 3ème pers. au singulier,…

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

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Idea of Progress

Progress means improvement: we can talk about technological, medical, social or political progress. The purpose of Progress has for purpose is to make our life better. In our society, the progress is frequently associated to the with “New technologies” .

I will answer the following question: Has the way of thinking in society about AIDS progressed in society ?

First, I’ll talk about AIDS in the past and then AIDS today.

First, AIDS is an acquired immune deficiency syndrome and it’s also a serious disease caused by a virus that destroys the body’s natural protection from infection and can result in death. When AIDS was discovered most of the people was thinking people thought that AIDS could be caught by simple physical contact (through sweat). Most of the people was thinking thought that all homosexuals and only them were carriers of AIDS.

In the movie Philadelphia, Andrew Beckett, a gay lawyer and carrier of AIDS was been dismissed for professional misconduct by his law firm, and is convinced that the dismissal was due to his illness and his homosexuality. He decided to file a complaint against his cabinet for unfair dismissal and called upon Joe Miller, an initially homophobic black lawyer. When he learns of his colleague's state of health, he puts a some distance between them and refuses to help him at first. As Joe Miller's behavior evolves, he finds out about AIDS and gets closer to Andrew. The two men became friends. This film shows the difficulties faced by gay HIV positive people in the 1980s in the United States. We can clearly see in this film that homosexuals were considered by some to be deserving of their lot, unlike other HIV-positive people.

Then, In the 1980s and 1990s, many people were thinking that they could be infected with AIDS by having any physical contact with them.

Today, the population is more and more informed, even if some still think that the virus is caught by saliva. By informing as many people as possible about AIDS, it's possible to destroy the prejudices about this disease, his its modes of transmission and the people who carry it.

In order to raise awareness among adolescents, AIDS is currently on the SVT program of "3ème" in France.

To conclude, today people have less prejudices about AIDS and homophobia thanks to numerous scientific studies which have been carried out on AIDS as well as thanks to the sensibilizations awareness campaigns and preventions carried out.

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