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It is not very recent but still interesting.

Here is my preparation :

This text is an article adapted from the New York Times written in March 8 2006.

The subject is mainly about the paradox of the internet filtering systems in China.

According to the author of the article, there were more than 30 000 people who were employed as internet police to verify and filter web sites. They focused more on typical phrases about human rights or free speech but they didn't take care of the entry of west capitalism in the virtual economy of China.

Indeed, the number of the web surfers in China had grown very fast in 2006 and China was perdicted to have the the world's leading online commerce with advirtising, ecommerce and illicit service in 2010.

Finaly, the authorities could stop only a few illegal web sites and a lot of new sites have continued to take place in the web.

So Xiao Qiang, Director of the China Internet Project at the graduate journalism, school of the University of Calisfornia said about China web that it was a wild place, as free as many other places exept about political subjects which were often censored.

As a conclusion, this article written in 2006 explain the entry of the web capitalism economy in China while real investissors could'nt freely entry in the real chinese economy. The web world is becoming more an more accessible in spite of the censure of the chinese authorities.

The article also explain that political subjects remained censured in 2006.

But since 2006, the development of web social networks have caused the rebirth of revolutionary groups who write their opinion call internet surfers to do do like them. they are now able to pass through the party's censure.

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i will do summary tomorrow

Today i am working the oral of eps , because tomorrow i am my evens of oral

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i will do summary tomorrow

Today i am working the oral of eps , because tomorrow i am my evens of oral

Good luck for tomorrow

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This text is an article adapted from the New York Times

It was it was published in 2006.

The title of this document ................

This texte deals with the internet and this danger

I will first sum the text up, and then i will talk about details i noticed, and i will comment them.

the author of the article underlines that there are more than 30 000 people who are employed to watch the website all the days.

Today, China count 110 millions web surfers . China is behind the usa.

Teh journalist talk about us that police is more concentrated about the delete phrases, that the illegal site.

More and more illegal sites are on the web. For example, the authors underlines taht we can find website on illegal telarching, trafice oragns. And, the journalist specifies that it i easy to have succes at the web site.

Now, i 'am going to tell you about details and i noticed.

According to me, in france we have the same difficults. In fact, a lot of people have internet, and i tking that internet isn't enough watched. It is easy to fin a illegal site or to have advertysing about sexs ...

To conclude, this document is very interesting. Because this problems concern all countries and every internet user. It is necessary to be very watchful

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bon je suis un peu en retard mais je post quand même ce que j'ai fait ... ou essayé de faire car je suis nulle en anglais :glare:

This document is an article extract from the Independent, it deals with students who are working with new technologies.

The author calls this students "google generation".

Universities make applications for students who use internet and social networking sites, like blogs and wikis.

a lot of students work with social networking

80 per cent of students consider that internet is important for learning. They use blogs to communicate their works to their tutors and to receive corrections.

They also can work in groups.

Internet help them to enhance their works.

to conclude, "google generation" use social networking to make better works.

(bon c'est un peu listing mais je n'ai pas tout compris, et je n'ai pas fait d'anglais depuis un bon moment alors je me remets dedans doucement :angel_not: )

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Y aurait-il encore quelqu'un qui serait intéressé pour faire des sujets d'anglais avec moi ?

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Hello,

it's ok for me but I haven't speak english since 15 years, so I don't undestand all the textes.

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elo_tite_puce moi ça me tente bien de faire un ou deux sujets avant mon épreuve mardi, histoire de me remettre dans le bain.

mimilachance : it's ok for me but I haven't speak spoken english since for 15 years, so I don't undestand all the textes. :smile:

spoken est le participe passé de speak, à utiliser ici car tu emploi le present perfect

pour since / for : since s'emploie avant une date / un âge précis (since I was 5) / un évènement (since Christmas) et for s'emploie avant une durée (for 8 eight months, for ages ... )

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Thank you for your correction :wink:

Today I'm going to learn above all school's vocabulary.

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Hello !

Pour vous entrainer, vous trouverez des articles plus récents par ici. Les thèmes sont variés ! Good luck !

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bon je suis un peu en retard mais je post quand même ce que j'ai fait ... ou essayé de faire car je suis nulle en anglais :glare:

This document is an article extract from the Independent, it deals with students who are working with new technologies.

The author calls this students "google generation".

Universities make applications for students who use internet and social networking sites, like blogs and wikis.

a lot of students work with social networking

80 per cent of students consider that internet is important for learning. They use blogs to communicate their works to their tutors and to receive corrections.

They also can work in groups.

Internet help them to enhance their works.

to conclude, "google generation" use social networking to make better works.

(bon c'est un peu listing mais je n'ai pas tout compris, et je n'ai pas fait d'anglais depuis un bon moment alors je me remets dedans doucement :angel_not: )

Je propose:

This text is an article extracted from the Independent, an English newspaper, written in August 2008 by a journalist called Stephen Hoares.

The text deals with the use of new technologies by students at university.

A survey revealed that essays are almost old fashioned with the emergence of new technologies and that now the internet is used by at least 80% of students: they use wikis, social networks, e-learning and Google to make research, put in common their ideas and even to show their work to their teachers or tutors.

Directors of English universities made experiences on volunteers who had diaries and blogs for their studies and think that it is a step forward and a logical phenomenon in our modern society, it is the future and an efficient university has to follow new technologies.

In fact, for students new technologies are easy to work with, they can work at home and don't have to go to the public library or to stay at the university all day long. In a way they began their studies with internet and don't know how it was before...In their future job, the internet will be very important.

In my opinion, it is very important to learn how to use a computer, we can see that in french schools it now belongs to the national curriculum in primary school and it is even evaluated as a whole subject on an equal footing with maths and languages.

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