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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. Bien que ton texte soit bien écrit et q'il y a très peu d'erreurs, il est beaucoup trop court (1:46 minutes au lieu de 5!).

Tu aurais eu environ 5/10 pour cette partie de l'oral.

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

"used to be regard =} used to be regarded,

"how has the view of homosexuality evolve over time" =} "how has the view of homosexuality evolved over time

I'm going to talk you about =} I'm going to talk to you

1973(one thousand nine hundred and seventy three) =} 1973(nineteen seventy-three)

1992(one thousand nine hundred and ninety-two) =} 1992(nineteen ninety-two)

Attention à la prononciation de certains mots comme : "frowned", "condemned", "schizophrenia", "fired", "expelled", "punish"

Il faut bien prononcer les "s" à la 3ème pers. du singulier,…

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The idea of progress

Homosexuality was frowned upon before and the means of transmission unknown, how has the view of homosexuality evolved over time? First of all, I'm going to talk about how homosexuality was seen before and then I'm going to talk about how it is seen now.

First of all, before homosexuality was hidden, it was considered as a psychiatric pathology until 1973 in the USA and until 1992 in France, homosexuality had its place in a diagnosis in the same way as schizophrenia or depression. Some people condemned homosexual relations with prison sentences, forced labour, torture or even death sentences. Many homosexual couples remained in hiding and many people who confessed to it were expelled from their families or fired from their jobs. When AIDS was discovered, many people thought that the virus was there to punish homosexuals with cancer. The press spoke of the "pink plague", and then more generally of gay cancer.

However, even today, 72 out of 194 countries still condemn homosexual relations with prison sentences, forced labour or torture. In thirteen countries, homosexuality is still punishable by the death penalty. Conversely, many countries have adopted legislation protecting against discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation. Twenty-two countries have legalized marriage for same-sex couples. In France a law punishes homophobic attacks and insults with fines and prison sentences.But homophobia persists with insults or reflections, particularly on social networks, clothing style or behaviour. Today the suicide rate is higher among young homosexuals than heterosexuals because of this.

To conclude, despite all the years of evolution in the vision of a lot of changes in attitude concerning homosexuals, there is still a lot of mentality to be done to change mentalities. But enormous progress has been made and one day homosexuals will have the same place in society as heterosexuals.

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