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L2 Thème Gram 14h-15h - Mercredi - Shared screen with speaker view
Amanda Bigler
00:48
hello everyone. We'll start in a minute
Amanda Bigler
02:49
https://extra.u-picardie.fr/moodle/upjv/course/view.php?id=7427
Manon TORCQ
04:06
J'ai accès à votre page mais je ne peux pas déposer de devoir.
Anaïs Ménival
04:18
Pareil
Anaïs Ménival
04:33
Oui
Anaïs Ménival
05:16
Je viens de voir, maintenant je peux déposer
Manon TORCQ
06:38
Okay thank you.
Elie Herbet
07:09
Yes
Caroline Boudin
08:37
Why do you take so much luggage ?
Anaïs Ménival
08:38
Why do you take so much luggage? Who's going to carry it?
Dimitry Delacourt
08:39
Why did you take so much lugguage? Who will carry them?
Caroline Boudin
08:43
Who is going to carry it ?
Dimitry Delacourt
08:52
IT*
Anaïs Ménival
08:52
Who will carry it*
Elie Herbet
08:53
why are you taking so much luggages ? Who's going to carry it ?
Amanda Bigler
08:58
Why are you taking
Amanda Bigler
09:25
Why do you take - Not really
Amanda Bigler
09:54
luggage
Amanda Bigler
09:57
baggage
Amanda Bigler
10:07
suitcases
Elie Herbet
11:01
if we're using "suitcases" we need to swicth "it" by "them" right ?
Amanda Bigler
12:53
Who will carry it / who is going to carry it?
Elie Herbet
13:40
Could I give you some advices ?
Manon TORCQ
13:41
Allow me to give you two advices.
Anaïs Ménival
13:42
Let me give you some advice
Caroline Boudin
13:54
Allow me to give you two pieces of advice
Amanda Bigler
13:55
advice - English always singular
Hayder Zalazil
14:03
allow me to give a piece of advise
Hayder Zalazil
14:06
c
Dimitry Delacourt
14:08
Allow me to give you two pieces of advice
Zoé Burident
14:29
Let me give you some advice.
Amanda Bigler
14:32
some advice
Amanda Bigler
14:39
two pieces of advice
Amanda Bigler
14:58
advices - does not exist
Amanda Bigler
15:54
uncountable nouns
Amanda Bigler
16:10
that means it's USUALLY not pluraliz(s)ed
Dimitry Delacourt
16:31
The audience was very delighted and claped with enthousiasm
Elie Herbet
16:33
the public was very pleased, they clapped with enthusiasm
Caroline Boudin
16:38
The audience was very pleased, and they applauded enthusiastically.
Renaud Lep
16:39
The public was very satisfied, and applauded with enthusiasm.
Faustin Combelles
16:40
3. The audience was satisfied and applauded enthusiastically.
Zoé Burident
16:54
The audience was very pleased, and they clapped enthusiastically.
Amanda Bigler
17:04
le public - singular OR plural
Zoé Burident
17:08
*were
Amanda Bigler
18:02
enthusiasm
Amanda Bigler
18:43
; instead of a ,
Renaud Lep
18:53
They had risked their life to save the child.
Dimitry Delacourt
20:23
They risked their life by trying to save the child
Elie Herbet
20:26
they risked their life trying to save the child
Zoé Burident
20:27
They risked their life to try and save the child.
Caroline Boudin
20:33
They risked their lives to try and save the child.
Anaïs Ménival
20:42
They risked their lives in order to try to save the child
Hayder Zalazil
20:47
they risked their lives to rescue the child
Amanda Bigler
21:46
They - does each person in the group of "they" have a life?
Manon TORCQ
22:00
Yes.
Anaïs Ménival
22:01
yes
Amanda Bigler
22:17
They risked their lives
Hayder Zalazil
23:07
no
Faustin Combelles
23:07
to try to save is good or it is better to say to try and save ?
Amanda Bigler
23:35
to try to save - academic
Amanda Bigler
23:41
to try and save - familiar
Hayder Zalazil
23:47
isn't rescue is more appropriate ?
Hayder Zalazil
24:31
OK thx
Zoé Burident
24:47
The police has yet to catch the murderer.
Hayder Zalazil
24:49
the police still hasn’t arrested the murderer yet
Solène Cotot
24:50
The police has not yet arrested the murderer
Elie Herbet
24:51
The police didn't cuffed the murderer yet
Caroline Boudin
24:52
The police hasn't arrested the murderer yet.
Amanda Bigler
25:10
Police - a collective group
Amanda Bigler
25:19
police as plural
Solène Cotot
25:25
The police have not yet arrested the murderer.
Amanda Bigler
25:32
The plove have not
Amanda Bigler
25:59
police have not
Hayder Zalazil
26:31
the police officer
Zoé Burident
26:53
The police is corrupted? As in the police institution?
Amanda Bigler
27:15
the police department is
Hayder Zalazil
27:16
the police department
Caroline Boudin
27:19
But if we consider the police as a whole, can't we use a singular verb ?
Zoé Burident
27:21
Ok txs
Elie Herbet
27:46
can we translate "arrêté" by "cuffed" ?
Amanda Bigler
28:10
police - a group but a group that do their own thing?
Caroline Boudin
28:35
formal ?
Amanda Bigler
28:45
handcuffed - hypothetical
Corentin Balédent
29:12
menottes
Elie Herbet
29:12
menotte
Manon TORCQ
29:12
Menottes
Amanda Bigler
29:42
apprehended
Amanda Bigler
29:53
taken him in
Zoé Burident
30:35
Are the news good ?-Here is a news that will surprise you.
Anaïs Ménival
30:38
Is news good? There is one which will surprise you
Hayder Zalazil
30:42
is the news good ? here is some news that will surprise you
Caroline Boudin
30:46
'Is the news good ?''Here is a piece of news that will surprise you'
Hayder Zalazil
30:50
sorry it's by accedint
Amanda Bigler
32:10
There is this one - I have this one
Amanda Bigler
32:53
news - Singular
Caroline Boudin
33:25
My hair is starting to turn grey, I will have it dyed.
Hayder Zalazil
33:32
my hair is starting to turn gray, I'm going to dget them dyed
Zoé Burident
33:32
My hair is starting to go grey, I will have it dyed.
Hayder Zalazil
33:46
get it
Hayder Zalazil
33:48
sorry
Amanda Bigler
33:59
Hair - English singular
Amanda Bigler
34:45
I'm going to have my hair cut
Amanda Bigler
35:10
Which one?
Amanda Bigler
35:34
I lost a gray hair
Amanda Bigler
35:40
I have gray hair
Amanda Bigler
36:00
grey - UK
Amanda Bigler
36:06
gray - US
Amanda Bigler
36:20
grey - US New England English
Caroline Boudin
36:56
The crowd is waiting for the queen to come out of the palace.
Hayder Zalazil
36:58
the crowed waits for the queen to come out of the palace.
Manon TORCQ
37:07
The crowd is waiting for tje queen to come out of the palace.
Elie Herbet
37:08
the crowd is waiting for the queen come out of the palace
Zoé Burident
37:08
The crowd is waiting for the Queen to come out.
Amanda Bigler
37:27
crowd - singular
Amanda Bigler
37:44
leave
Amanda Bigler
38:04
queen
Amanda Bigler
38:22
the Queen
Caroline Boudin
38:24
'leave' is better than 'come out' ?
Amanda Bigler
38:58
She has been inside there a long time
Hayder Zalazil
39:37
if she is saying smth to the crowed then come out is more better
Caroline Boudin
39:52
The progress he has made is most encouraging.
Renaud Lep
39:59
The progress he made is very encouraging.
Zoé Burident
40:02
The progress he has made is quite encouraging.
Amanda Bigler
40:06
better - NOT more better
Dimitry Delacourt
40:06
The progress that he made is quite encouraging
Manon TORCQ
40:20
The progress he's made is most encouraging.
Amanda Bigler
40:46
progress- singular
Matthias Tillier
40:49
He made some really encouraging progress
Amanda Bigler
41:10
He has had
Caroline Boudin
42:04
So have is better than make here
Caroline Boudin
42:07
?
Amanda Bigler
42:48
He has made some progress that is encouraging
Anaïs Ménival
43:25
so here all the propositons are good?
Anaïs Ménival
43:33
ok!
Caroline Boudin
44:20
Ok
Hayder Zalazil
44:28
OK thx
Caroline Boudin
44:58
Giraffes have long necks and small heads.
Zoé Burident
45:02
Giraffes have long necks with little heads.
Amanda Bigler
45:29
Giraffes - species
Amanda Bigler
45:49
giraffes have a long neck and a little head
Zoé Burident
46:51
If you asked anyone on the street what they think of the House of the Lords, they would probably tell you that they do not care about it.
Caroline Boudin
46:57
If you ask anyone in the street what they think of the House of Lords, they will probably answer that they don't mind.
Amanda Bigler
47:30
in the street / on the street
Amanda Bigler
47:39
streets
Amanda Bigler
48:03
they don't care
Amanda Bigler
48:24
don't mind - if someone's done something not great to you and you say "it's ok"
Amanda Bigler
48:49
I'm going to be 10 minutes late
Amanda Bigler
48:57
That's ok. I don't mind
Zoé Burident
49:13
Is 'don't give a damn' vulgar?
Caroline Boudin
49:18
Ok thanks for explanation ^^
Zoé Burident
49:22
Ok sorry
Caroline Boudin
49:26
the explanation*
Manon TORCQ
49:27
Isn't "what they think about the HoL" better than "what they think of"?
Amanda Bigler
49:52
what they think of - formal
Amanda Bigler
49:59
what they think about - informal
Manon TORCQ
50:26
Okay thank you.
Dimitry Delacourt
50:36
I don't give a damn fuck
Dimitry Delacourt
50:40
^^"
Zoé Burident
51:09
Don't give a crap too
Amanda Bigler
51:26
don't give a darn
Nessrine Alaoui
51:48
Don’t give a toss ?
Hayder Zalazil
51:49
my prof just cursed on zoom class
Hayder Zalazil
51:56
lamoo
Amanda Bigler
52:26
give a toss - UK
Anaïs Ménival
53:53
no thanks :)
Amanda Bigler
54:03
bad words
Amanda Bigler
54:06
curse words
Amanda Bigler
54:09
cuss words
Nessrine Alaoui
54:15
swear words ?
Hayder Zalazil
54:20
sewar
Amanda Bigler
54:21
swear words
Amanda Bigler
54:37
*bleeped out words
Jeanne Leroy
55:13
No it’s ok thank you
Hayder Zalazil
55:14
I think all is good
Caroline Boudin
55:25
Yeahhhh
Hayder Zalazil
55:27
yeah please
Zoé Burident
55:27
YEEEEEEEESSSSS PUPPYYYYYYYY
Matthias Tillier
56:22
thank you, have a nice day
Jeanne Leroy
56:22
Ok bye have a great day
Corentin Balédent
56:23
Thank you, have a good afternoon !
Dimitry Delacourt
56:25
Have a nice day, goodbye!!
Hayder Zalazil
56:25
thank you, have a gd evening