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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. (Il n'y a qu'une seule!!). Ton texte est bien écrit mais il est trop court (3:44 minutes au lieu de 5!).

Tu aurais eu 7/10 ou 8/10 pour cette partie de l'oral.

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

"many countries have adopt =} many countries have adopted,

"landlords refuse to rent their appartment =} landlords refuse to rent their appartments,

it may take some times =} it may take some time

Attention Ă  la prononciation de certains mots comme : "punishable", "hatred", "housing", "truth", "acquaintances", "relatives", "police", "insults", "undoubtedly", "women (pas "woman")

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The idea of progress

Until 1990, homosexuality was considered a mental illness by the World Health Organization. How is homophobia evolving in the world?

Homosexuality was only removed from the international list of mental illnesses by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1990. Even today, some countries still condemn homosexual relations with prison sentences, forced labour or even torture. In some countries, homosexuality is still punishable by the death penalty. Conversely, many countries have adopted legislation protecting against discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation. Still others have legalized marriage for same-sex couples.

Homophobia refers to expressions of contempt, rejection or hatred of persons, practices or representations that are or are perceived to be homosexual.

• Housing

Some landlords refuse to rent their apartments to gay couples. But the need or desire to find a place to live often outweighs the legal action to be taken. Homosexuals are then forced to hide the truth and live in secrecy.

• The Family

Homosexuals also face conflicts with their families and neighbours. SOS Homophobia has collected the testimonies of people who are victims of discrimination within their family or close circle of acquaintances. Some reported having suffered rejection or forms of ignorance by their relatives and others have received insults within their families.

• At work

Not all homosexuals can access some certain jobs, management positions or sectors where there are a lot of men, such as the police, construction, and so on.

Since 2003, French law has punished assaults and insults of a homophobic nature with fines and prison sentences. However, discrimination persists. There is still physical violence against homosexuals. But what is most common are bad jokes, allusions, remarks, for example on dress or behaviour. In 2008, 19% of French people did not accept homosexuality, compared with 49% in 1981.

The day will undoubtedly come when homosexuality will go unnoticed. Where two men or two women will be able to walk around holding hands or kissing each other, talking to everyone about their relationship without anyone noticing. Even though it may take some time…

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