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Rack Your Brains and Help/83

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Message de here4u posté le 27-11-2020 à 21:43:44 (S | E | F)
Hello, Dear Friends,

PLEASE, HELP MY STUDENT! He needs you! He's dealing with a topical issue here, and in spite of his hard work, has left... 20 mistakes! I'm sure you'll help him...

Cet exercice est un Sa correction sera en ligne le vendredi 11 décembre 2020.

Conference call tales: ( There are 20 mistakes in the following text!)
"I was at a call last week and a colleague's half-naked boyfriend walked behind her," recalls a communications consultant. This experience illustrates the pitfalls of videoconferencing, a technology that thousand workers are getting used to as they attempt to work from home. Some people really need help… In one (genuine) email, a financial services worker is told: "Your page is visible and we can see you all watching porn in between enquiries!"
For many of us, this means going to grips with a whole new way of working. Line quality, technology problems and of course user ineptitude add kershuffle to meetings. Cutting down the number of people involved also cuts down on the amount of unwanted noise. Heavy breathing, sniffing, coughing, dogs and doorbells can all be dispatched by shutting off the microphone with the mute button.
Even without video, conference calls can be revelling:///END OF PART ONE ///"a client was at a call while in the bath, and you could hear splashing and the tap running. He then realised the microphone was off and the phone sliped in the bath. Gurgle gurgle gurgle. He jumped out of the bath to get another phone, slided and fell down the stairs."
Calls need a post, someone capable of bringing the call back on track, when the discussion turns badly. They're in charge of timing, spreading discussion between 'guests', bringing in audience questions, keeping race and energy; » If more than one person speaks at once, which is very common in normal face-to-face human interaction, it can rapidly become inintelligible by video. This is exacerbated if the internet connection is glitchy - which it often is. We are social animals, and as so much of our communication is non-verbal, this tends to be lost on video conferences, something the post needs to care in mind when leading the call.///END OF PART TWO ///
Being filmed in your home is extremely intimate. If you're video conferencing, you'll need to look presentable, at least at the waist up. A BBC camera operator recommends putting your laptop on a stack of books so that it is level to your eye line. (Looking downwards is not very flattering.) In terms of lighting, she suggests having a light positioned slightly upon your face. Of course where you sit says its own story: shots of rumpled bedsheets, the clothes horse and the bathroom should be avoided.
Some people enjoy to hear the background sounds of babies, kids TV and dogs. It's a useful memory we're all human, something which can get lost in a business context. Many businesses are reporting trying to keep normal daily interaction between colleagues: Some host a daily quiz for lunch for clients and staff, a virtual cinema club and yoga sessions. Other companies report eating lunch "together" from their kitchen tables.
If you don't like videoconferences, then bad luck. You could be doing them for the rest of your career. ///END OF THE TEXT///
Un peu plus long, ce texte est moins difficile que les précédents ! Je le qualifierai de "entertaining"... et j'espère qu'il vous plaira ...
In all cases, I give you THE FORCE!


Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de taiji43, postée le 30-11-2020 à 18:02:41 (S | E)
Dear Here4U
here is my correction . The text was revelling!. However as I was correcting ,my smile became strained (I am just kidding) !

Thanks for the correction and good evening

READY TO BE CORRECTED

I was ON a call last week and a colleague's half-naked boyfriend walked behind her," recalls a communications consultant. This experience illustrates the pitfalls of videoconferencing, a technology that THOUSANDS workers are getting used to as they attempt to work from home.
Some people really need help… In one (genuine) AUTHENTIC email, a financial services worker is told: "Your page is visible and we can see you all watching porn in between enquiries!"
For many of us, this means going to grips with a whole new way of working. Line quality, technology problems and of course user ineptitude add kershuffle to meetings. Cutting down ON the number of people involved also CUT DOWN ON the amount of unwanted noise. Heavy breathing, sniffing, coughing, dogs and doorbells can all be dispatched by shutting off the microphone with the mute button.
Even without video, conference calls can be Lien internet
OF PART ONE ///

"a client was ON a call while in the bath, and you could hear splashing and the tap running. He then realised the microphone was ON and the phone SLIPPED INTO the bath. Gurgle gurgle gurgle. He jumped out of the bath to get another phone, slided and fell down the stairs."

Calls need a post Host ????, someone capable of bringing the call back on track, when the discussion turns badly. They're in charge of timing, spreading discussion between 'guests', bringing in audience questions, keeping race RHYTME and energy; »

If more than one person speaks at once, which is very common in normal face-to-face human interaction, it can rapidly become UNINTELLIGIBLE by video. This is exacerbated if the internet connection is glitchy – which AS it often is We are social animals, and as so much of our communication is non-verbal, this tends to be lost on video conferences, something the post HOST needs to care in mind when leading the call.

///END OF PART TWO ///
Being filmed in your home is extremely intimate.??PERSONAL If you're video conferencing, you'll need to look presentable, at least at FROM the waist up. A BBC camera operator recommends putting your laptop on a stack of books so that it is level to your eye line. (Looking downwards is not very flattering.)

In terms of lighting, she suggests having a light positioned slightly upon ABOVE your face. Of course where you sit TELLS its own story: shots of rumpled bedsheets, the clothes horse and the bathroom should be avoided.

Some people enjoy to hear the background sounds of babies, kids TV and dogs. It's a useful memory ADVISE we're all human, something which can get lost in a business context.

Many businesses are reporting : trying to keep normal daily interaction between colleagues: Some host a daily quiz for lunch for clients and staffS , a virtual cinema club and yoga sessions. Other companies report : eating lunch "together" from their kitchen tables.
If you don't like videoconferences, then bad luck. You could be doing them for the rest of your career



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de maxwell, postée le 02-12-2020 à 17:41:58 (S | E)
READY TO BE CORRECTED
Hello Here4U
I didn't find all the mistakes: I prefer making the mistake: that way, I'll memorize more easily
Indeed, the theme was topical and quite funny
J'en profite pour te poser une question : Communication consultant est-il aussi bon que communications consultant et y a-t-il une différence de signification ?

Help My Student:
Conference call tales:

"I was ON a call last week and a colleague's half-naked boyfriend walked behind her," recalls a communications consultant. This experience illustrates the pitfalls of videoconferencing, a technology that THOUSANDS OF workers are getting used to as they attempt to work from home. Some people really need help… In one (genuine) email, a financial services worker is told: "Your FACE is visible and we can see you all watching porn in between enquiries!"
For many of us, this means COMING to grips with a whole new way of working. Line quality, technology problems and of course user ineptitude add KERFUFFLE to meetings. Cutting down the number of people involved also cuts down on the amount of unwanted noise. Heavy breathing, sniffing, coughing, dogs and doorbells can all be DISPOSED OF by shutting off the microphone with the mute button.Even without video, conference calls can be revelling: "a client was ON a call while in the bath, and you could hear splashing and the tap running. He then realised the microphone was ON and the phone SLIPPED in the bath. Gurgle gurgle gurgle. He jumped out of the bath to get another phone, SLID and fell down the stairs."
Calls need a HOST, someone capable of bringing the call back on track, when the discussion turns badly. They're in charge of timing, spreading discussion between 'guests', bringing in audience questions, keeping race and energy; » If more than one person speaks at once, which is very common in normal face-to-face human INTERACTIONS, it can rapidly become UNINTELLIGIBLE by video. This is exacerbated if the internet connection is glitchy - which it often is. We are social animals, and as so much of our communication is non-verbal, this tends to be lost on video conferences, something the HOST needs to KEEP in mind when leading the call.
Being filmed in your home is extremely intimate. If you're video conferencing, you'll need to look presentable, at least FROM the waist up. A BBC camera operator recommends putting your laptop on a stack of books so that it is level to your eye line. (Looking downwards is not very flattering.) In terms of lighting, she suggests having a light positioned slightly ABOVE your face. Of course where you sit TELLS its own story: shots of rumpled bed sheets, the clothes horse and the bathroom should be avoided.
Some people enjoy HEARING the background sounds of babies, kids TV and dogs. It's a useful memory we're all human, something which can get lost in a business context. Many businesses are reporting trying to keep normal daily interaction between colleagues: Some host a daily quiz for lunch for clients and staff, a virtual cinema club and yoga sessions. Other companies report eating lunch "together" from their kitchen tables.
If you don't like videoconferences, then bad luck. You could be doing them for the rest of your career.



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de magie8, postée le 02-12-2020 à 18:15:02 (S | E)
HELLO BONJOUR merci here4u pour TOUS CES textes INTERESSANTS QUE TU NOUS TROUVES , celui-ci en particulier alerte et gai. Voici mon travail
BON à CORRIGER
Conference call tales: ( There are 20 mistakes in the following tEXT

Conference call tales: ( There are 20 mistakes in the following text!)
"I was ON a call last week and a colleague's half-naked boyfriend walked behind her," recalls a communications consultant. This experience illustrates the pitfalls of videoconferencing, a technology that THOUSANDS OF workers are getting used to as they attempt to work from home. Some people really need help… In one (genuine) email, a financial services worker is told: "Your page is visible and we can see you all watching porn in between enquiries!"
For many of us, this means GETTING to grips with a whole new way of working. Line quality, technology problems and of course user ineptitude add KERFUFFLE to meetings. Cutting down the number of people involved also cuts down on the amount of unwanted noise. Heavy breathing, sniffing, coughing, dogs and doorbells can all be dispatched by shutting off the microphone with the mute button.
Even without video, conference calls can be revelling:END OF PART ONE

"a client was ON a call while in the bath, and you could hear splashing and the tap running. He then realised the microphone was ON and the phone SLIPPED INTO the bath. Gurgle gurgle gurgle. He jumped out of the bath to get another phone, SLID and fell down the stairs."
Calls need aN ANIMATOR , someone capable of bringing the call back on track, when the discussion turns badly. They're in charge of timing, spreading discussion between 'guests', bringing in audience questions, keeping PACE and energy; » If more than one person speaks at once, which is very common in normal face-to-face human interaction, it can rapidly become UNINTELLIGIBLE by video. This is exacerbated if the internet connection is glitchy - which it often is. We are social animals, and as so much of our communication is non-verbal, this tends to be lost on video conferences, something the ANIMATOR or MODERATOR or HOST needs to KEEP in mind when leading the call.///END OF PART TWO ///
Being filmed in your home is extremely intimate. If you're video conferencing, you'll need to look presentable, at least at the waist up. A BBC camera operator recommends putting your laptop on a stack of books so that it is level to your eye line. (Looking downwards is not very flattering.) In terms of lighting, she suggests having a light positioned slightly ABOVE your face. Of course where you sit says its own story: shots of rumpled bedsheets, the clothes horse and the bathroom should be avoided.
Some people enjoy HEARING the background sounds of babies, kids TV and dogs. It's a useful REMINDER we're all human, something which can get lost in a business context. Many businesses are reporting trying to keep normal daily interaction between colleagues: Some host a daily quiz AT lunch for clients and staff, a virtual cinema club and yoga sessions. Other companies report eating lunch "together" from their kitchen tables.
If you don't like videoconferences, then bad luck. You could be doing them for the rest of your career. ///END OF THE TEXT///

JE TRADUIRAI LA 1ERE PARTIE Bon courage à tous


je ne sais pas pourquoi , j'ai un lien qui s'affiche , j'ai recommencé 3 fois la copie , il n'apparaît pas sur le texte initial, je ne peux pas l'effacer il n'est pas sur la page où j'écris.?

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Modifié par lucile83 le 03-12-2020 20:34
C'était dû à 3 balises /
Je les ai effacées et j'ai fait un saut à la ligne après END OF PART ONE .


HELLO merci à vous Lucile pour votre dévouement MAGIE8
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Modifié par magie8 le 07-12-2020 00:14



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de joe39, postée le 03-12-2020 à 19:03:11 (S | E)
Hello dear here4u.
Here is my try, ready to be corrected.
Conference call tales: ( There are 20 mistakes in the following text!)
"I was at a call last week and a colleague's half-naked boyfriend walked behind her," recalls a communications consultant. HIS - 1experience illustrates the pitfalls of videoconferencing, a technology that THOUSANDS OF- 2 workers are getting used to as they attempt to work from home. Some people really need help… In one (genuine) email, a financial services worker is told: "Your page is visible and we can see you all watching porn in between enquiries!"
For many of us, this means going to GRIP - 3 with a whole new way of working. Line quality, technology problems and of course user ineptitude add KERFUFFLE - 4 to meetings. Cutting down the number of people involved also cuts down on the amount of unwanted noise. Heavy breathing, sniffing, coughing, dogs and doorbells can all be dispatched by shutting off the microphone with the mute button.
Even without video, conference calls can be REVEALING- 5:///END OF PART ONE ///
"a client was ON – 6 a call while in the bath, and you could hear splashing and the tap running. He then realised the microphone was ON and the phone SLIPPED INTO - 7 the bath. Gurgle gurgle gurgle. He jumped out of the bath to get another phone, SLID - 8 and fell down the stairs."
Calls need a HOST - 9, someone capable of bringing the call back on track, when the discussion TAKES A BAD TURN - 10. They're in charge of timing, spreading discussion between 'guests', bringing in audience questions, keeping PACE - 11 and energy; »
If more than one person speaks at once, which is very common in normal face-to-face human interaction, it can rapidly become UNINTELLIGIBLE - 12 by video. This is exacerbated if the internet connection is glitchy - which it often is. We are social animals, and as so much of our communication is non-verbal, this tends to be lost on video conferences, something the HOST needs to BEAR -13 in mind when leading the CONFERENCE 14.///END OF PART TWO ///
Being filmed in your home is extremely intimate. If you're video conferencing, you'll need to look presentable, at least FROM - 15 the waist up. A BBC camera operator recommends putting your laptop on a stack of books so that it is AT THE LEVEL OF - 16 your eye line. (Looking downwards is not very flattering.) In terms of lighting, she suggests having a light positioned slightly ABOVE - 17 your face. Of course where you sit TELLS – 18 its own story: shots of rumpled bedsheets, the clothes horse and the bathroom should be avoided.
Some people enjoy to hear the background sounds of babies, kids TV and dogs. It's a useful REMINDER- 19 we're all human, something which can get lost in a business context. Many businesses are reporting trying to keep normal daily interaction between colleagues: Some host a daily quiz AT LUNCH- 20 for clients and staff, a virtual cinema club and yoga sessions. Other companies report eating lunch "together" from their kitchen tables.
If you don't like videoconferences, then bad luck. You could be doing them for the rest of your career. ///END OF THE TEXT///

Thanking in advance for your correctio, I wish you a nice weekend.
So long.
Joe39



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de taiji43, postée le 07-12-2020 à 14:44:13 (S | E)
Bonjour à tous,

Je ferai la traduction de la deuxième partie



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de here4u, postée le 09-12-2020 à 00:18:24 (S | E)
Chop chop!

Still a little time to try your luck (and expertise!)



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de alpiem, postée le 09-12-2020 à 18:46:03 (S | E)
Rack Your Brains and Help/83
HELLO,HERE4U, THANKS FOR THIS exercise


Cet exercice est un Sa correction sera en ligne le vendredi 11 décembre 2020.
( There are 20 mistakes in the following text!)


Conference call tales:
"I was at a call last week and a colleague's half-naked boyfriend walked behind her" recalls a communications consultant.
This experience illustrates the pitfalls of videoconferencing, a technology that thousandS OF workers are getting used to as they attempt to work from home.

Some people really need help? In one (genuine) email, a financial services worker is told: "Your page is visible and we can see you all watching porn in between enquiries!"

For many of us, this means GETTING to grips with a whole new way of working. Line quality,TECHNICAL problems and of course USERS' ineptitude add KERFUFFLE to meetings. Cutting down the number of people involved also CUTS down on the amount of unwanted noise.
Heavy breathing, sniffing, coughing, dogs and doorbells can all be ADDRESSED by shutting off the microphone with the mute button.
Even without video, conference calls can be revelling:
///END OF PART ONE ///
"a client was at a call while in the bath, and you could hear splashing and the tap running. He then realised the microphone was ON and the phone sliped in the bath. Gurgle gurgle gurgle. He jumped out of the bath to get another phone, slided and fell down the stairs."
Calls need A HOST, someone capable of bringing the call back on track, when the discussion turns badly.


They're in charge of timing, spreading discussion between 'guests', bringing in audience questions, keeping PACE and energy; » If more than one person SPEAK at once, which is very common in normal face-to-face human interaction, it can rapidly become inintelligible by video.

This is exacerbated if the internet connection is glitchy - which it often is.

We are social animals, and as so much of our communication is VERBAL, this tends to be lost on video conferences, something the HOST needs to KEEP IN mind when leading the call.///END OF PART TWO ///



Being filmed in your home is extremely intimate. If you're video conferencing, you'll need to look presentable, at least at the waist up.
A BBC camera operator recommends putting your laptop on a stack of books so that it is level to your eye line. (Looking downwards is not very flattering.)

In terms of lighting, she suggests having a light positioned slightly upon your face. Of course where you sit says its own story: shots of rumpled bedsheets, the clothes horse and the bathroom should be avoided.


Some people enjoy HEARING the background sounds of babies, kids TV and dogs. It's a usefuL REMEMBRANCE we're all human, something which can get lost in a business context.

Many businesses are REPORTED trying to keep normal daily interaction between colleagues: Some host a daily quiz for lunch for clients and staff, a virtual cinema club and yoga sessions. Other companies report eating lunch "together" from their kitchen tables.
If you don't like videoconferences, then bad luck. You could be doing them for the rest of your career. ///END OF THE TEXT///





Un peu plus long, ce texte est moins difficile que les précédents ! Je le qualifierai de "entertaining"... et j'espère qu'il vous plaira ...

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Modifié par alpiem le 10-12-2020 09:40





Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de chocolatcitron, postée le 10-12-2020 à 18:16:14 (S | E)
Rack Your Brains and Help/83
Message de here4u posté le 27-11-2020 à 21:43:44 (S | E | F) vendredi 11 décembre
Hello my dear Here4u, thanks, I’m still late, time runs so fast!!!
Hello Everybody!

FINISHED!

Here is my work:
Find the 20 mistakes left in the following text!)
Conference call tales:
"I was 1 ON a call last week and a colleague's half-naked boyfriend walked behind her," recalls a communications consultant. This experience illustrates the pitfalls of videoconferencing, a technology that 2 THOUSANDS 3 OF workers are getting used to as they attempt to work from home. Some people really need help… In one (genuine) email, a financial services worker is told: "Your page is visible and 4 ALL OF US can see you watching porn in between enquiries!"
For many of us, this means 5 COMING to grips with a whole new way of working. Line quality, technology problems and of course user ineptitude add 6 KERFUFFLE to meetings. Cutting down the number of people involved also cuts down on the amount of unwanted noise. Heavy breathing, sniffing, coughing, dogs and doorbells can all be dispatched by shutting off the microphone with the mute button.
Even without video, conference calls can be 7 REVEALING.///END OF PART ONE ///"a client was 1bis ON a call while in the bath, and you could hear splashing and the tap running. He then realised the microphone was 8 ON and the phone 9 SLIPPED. 10 INTO the bath. Gurgle gurgle gurgle. He jumped out of the bath to get another phone, 11 SLID and fell down the stairs."
Calls need a post, someone capable of bringing the call back on track, when the discussion turns 12 BAD. They're in charge of timing, spreading discussion between 'guests', bringing in audience questions, keeping 13 PACE and energy; » If more than one person speaks at once, which is very common in normal face-to-face human interaction, it can rapidly become 14 UNINTELLIGIBLE by video. This is exacerbated if the internet connection is glitchy - which it often is. We are social animals, and as so much of our communication is non-verbal, this tends to be lost on video conferences, something the post needs to 15 KEEP in mind when leading the call.///END OF PART TWO ///
Being filmed in your home is extremely intimate. If you're video conferencing, you'll need to look presentable, at least 16 FROM the waist up. A BBC camera operator recommends putting your laptop on a stack of books so that it is level 17 WITH your eye line. (Looking downwards is not very flattering.) In terms of lighting, she suggests having a light positioned slightly upon your face. Of course where you sit 18 TELLS its own story: shots of rumpled bedsheets, the clothes horse and the bathroom should be avoided.
Some people enjoy 19 HEARING the background sounds of babies, kids TV and dogs. It's a useful memory 20 REMINDER we're all human, something which can get lost in a business context. Many businesses are reporting trying to keep normal daily interaction between colleagues: Some host a daily quiz for lunch for clients and staff, a virtual cinema club and yoga sessions. Other companies report eating lunch "together" from their kitchen tables.
If you don't like videoconferences, then bad luck. You could be doing them for the rest of your career. ///END OF THE TEXT///

Here are my analyses:
1 at a call = faire escale à s’arrêter à… = faux avec at! To be on a call = être de permanence (Médecins, infirmiers…)
2 thousand = avec tous ceux qui télétravaillent ça m’étonnerait qu’ils ne soient pas plus nombreux… je mets donc au pluriel.
3 Of = thousands of = des milliers de…
4 we can see you all = all of us can see you watching
5 to come to grips with sth = to get to grips with sth [+ problem, difficulty]s'attaquer à qch
(attitude) position (f)
6 kershuffle = FAUX ! Kerfuffle = bazar, chahut, désordre.
7 Revelling = se délecter, s’amuser. Reveal = révéler, trahir.
8 microphone was off : pourquoi coupé ? Microphone was on =en marche, il fonctionne.
9 SLIPED = FAUX, to slip, slipped, slipped = les verbes réguliers monosyllabiques terminés par une seule consonne la redoublent.
10 slip into = (pas « in », car le téléphone fait un mouvement en plongeant dans la baignoire).
11 To slid, slid, slid, verbe irrégulier, Les formes slided et slidden existent mais sont rares.
12 to turn badly incorrect. To turn bad = dégénérer, mal tourner, ou alors turn out badly...
13 je remplace ton « keeping race » par « keeping pace » = garder la cadence.
14 inintelligible = orthographe, c’est en français ) = unintelligible (anglais).
15 garder qqch à l’esprit = to keep in mind, to bear in mind. To care in mind n’existe pas…
16 at the waist = incorrect : at signifie à l’endroit (de la taille). Je mettrais « From » qui indique l’origine et donc ici la tête et le buste.
sb's position on sth la position de qn sur qch
17 level =with = marque de franchise.
18 says est faux, je mettrais tells (raconter).
19 après les verbes aimer, détester, préférer, etc., le gérondif s’impose. Enjoy hearing.
20 memory = mémoire, souvenirs. Reminder = un petit rappel.

No time left for translating ...

In all cases, I give you back THE FORCE!💪☀️❤️
Take care of yourselves!
See you soon.


Apparemment, pour "revealing", les deux points suivis de trois fois slash donnent un lien internet, que je n'avais pas écrit et qui s'est reproduit aussi chez Taiji... Je viens d'enlever les deux points, et tout va bien ! Attention à la ponctuation, interprétée de manière erronée, par le site ou par Internet ! ... Amusant !

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Modifié par chocolatcitron le 10-12-2020 22:32





Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de here4u, postée le 11-12-2020 à 22:55:37 (S | E)
Hello Dears,

Thank you, dear workers, for your very good work. Most of you agreed with me and found the text entertaining, if not funny...

Un petit rappel, cependant ! Ces extraits que je vous donne sont des textes d'actualité authentiques publiés ou enregistrés. Ils sont difficiles. Vous ne devez donc avoir aucun scrupule à chercher, partout, dans les dictionnaires en ligne, les grammaires etc. Je rappelle qu'il n'y a pas d'intérêt à rechercher le ou les originaux, puisque je coupe, transforme, raccourcis, enlève les "erreurs grammaticales" (ou les exploite), retire les Américanismes (et lorsque vous me les remettez ...) [sauf si les textes ne sont valables que pour nos amis d'outre Atlantique ...] C'est ce texte remanié qui est ma référence ...

Chercher, travailler, n'est pas tricher ! Vous êtes ici pour vous perfectionner, en situation d'"apprentissage", pas "d'évaluation"... Je suis très TRES heureuse lorsque vous cherchez et trouvez et vous félicite de ce gros travail.


Conference call tales:
"I was on(1) a call last week and a colleague's half-naked boyfriend walked behind her," recalls a communications consultant. This experience illustrates the pitfalls of videoconferencing, a technology that thousands of workers(2) are getting used to as they attempt to work from home. Some people really need help… In one (genuine) email, a financial services worker is told: "Your screen (3) is visible and we can all see (4) you watching porn in between enquiries!"
For many of us, this means getting to grips with (5) a whole new way of working. Line quality, technology problems and of course user ineptitude add kerfuffle(6) to meetings. Cutting down the number of people involved also cuts down on the amount of unwanted noise. Heavy breathing, sniffing, coughing, dogs and doorbells can all be dispatched by shutting off the microphone with the mute button.
Even without video, conference calls can be revealing(7): ///END of Part One/// "a client was on a call while in the bath, and you could hear splashing and the tap running. He then realised the microphone was on and the phone slipped(8) into the bath. Gurgle gurgle gurgle. He jumped out of the bath to get another phone, slid(9) and fell down the stairs."
Calls need a host (10), someone capable of bringing the call back on track, when the discussion turns badly. They're in charge of timing, spreading discussion between 'guests', bringing in audience questions, keeping pace(11) and energy;» If more than one person speaks at once, which is very common in normal face-to-face human interaction, it can rapidly become unintelligible (12) by video. This is exacerbated if the internet connection is glitchy - which it often is. We are social animals, and as so much of our communication is non-verbal, this tends to be lost on video conferences, something the host needs to bear in mind (13) when leading the call.///END of Part Two///
Being filmed in your home is extremely intimate. If you're video conferencing, you'll need to look presentable, at least from the waist up.(14) A BBC camera operator recommends putting your laptop on a stack of books so that it is level with(15) your eye line. (Looking downwards is not very flattering.) In terms of lighting, she suggests having a light positioned slightly above (16) your face. Of course where you sit tells its own story(17): shots of rumpled bedsheets, the clothes horse and the bathroom should be avoided.
Some people enjoy hearing (18) the background sounds of babies, kids TV and dogs. It's a useful reminder(19) we're all human, something which can get lost in a business context. Many businesses are reporting trying to keep normal daily interaction between colleagues: some host a daily quiz at lunchtime(20) for clients and staff, a virtual cinema club and yoga sessions. Other companies report eating lunch "together" from their kitchen tables.
If you don't like videoconferences, then bad luck. You could be doing them for the rest of your career.///END of Text///


(1)I was at a call= NON ! => I was on a call= on a phone call.
(2) thousand workers= NON Il faudrait «one thousand workers» … (ou n’importe quel autre adjectif numéral.) (cf dernier RYB et beaucoup d’autres avant ! ) => thousands of workers : ici, thousands n’est pas un adjectif numéral, mais un NOM (qui prend la marque du pluriel) et est relié à un autre nom par la préposition OF (le second nom est complément du premier !)
(3) page : => il s’agit ici d’un écran ! «your screen» sur lequel l’employé suit un programme « non imposé » !
(4) and we can see you all: revoir l’ordre des mots : and we can all see you watching ("all" placé entre l’auxiliaire et le participe passé.)
(5)
(going to grips n'est pas « la bonne expression » ! => to get to grips with…
(6) «kershuffle» n’existe pas … C’est un mélange de «shuffle» [to move (one's feet) along the ground or floor without lifting them; to rearrange (objects, cards, etc.) by mixing together randomly.] et "kerfuffle": Etymology: from Scottish curfuffle, carfuffle, from Scottish Gaelic car twist, turn + fuffle to disarrange
kerfuffle - English-French Dictionary WordReference.com
(7) can be revelling: revel - English-French Dictionary WordReference.com /// can be revealing : reveal - English-French Dictionary WordReference.com
(8) «the phone sliped in the bath»: 2 fautes ici – mais une seule comptée ! to slip: (mot terminé par une seul consonne précédée d’une seule voyelle => doublement de la consonne finale.) => to slip into the bath : into et non pas «in», puisqu’il y a un mouvement … (cf leçon :124936 N'hésitez plus : in/ into? on/ onto?-anglais
(9) slided: to slide=> a slide; mais c’est un verbe irrégulier : to slide, I slid, slid.
(10) a post: ne convient pas => a host. host: English-French Dictionary WordReference.com
(11) keeping race: race= une course ; to keep pace: keep pace - English-French Dictionary WordReference.com
(12) become (inintelligible by video : intelligible ; le contraire est UNintelligible.
(13) to care in mind: n’existe pas … J’ai simplement joué sur la diphtongue identique entre «care» et «bear»… => to bear in mind to hold in one’s memory, to remember.
(14) (at the waist up=> from the waist up. (à partir de )
(15) it is level (to your eye line. : erreur de particule=> it is level with your eye line
(16) slightly (upon your face: erreur de particule=> slightly above your face. (lumière plus « flatteuse » … )
(17) to (say its own story= > to tell a story.
(18) people (enjoy to hear=> enjoy + V + ing => enjoy hearing.
(19) a useful memory= un souvenir utile /// a useful reminder : Revoir leçon : Apprendre et se souvenir-anglais (anglaisfacile.com)
(20) a daily quiz (for lunch= un quiz quotidien comme déjeuner ! => at lunchtime…


Il existe maintenant "le moyen" de paraître bien coiffé alors que vous êtes ébouriffés, et habillé correctement alors que vous êtes en pyjama ! Petis arrangements avec le télétravail !!!

Toujours en recherche de volontaires pour le Follow up Work! Merci de vous signaler ... mais le travail n'est pas urgent !
In grand à tous !



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de maxwell, postée le 12-12-2020 à 07:54:14 (S | E)
Finished
hello!

Follow-up work :
Part III:

Being filmed in your home is extremely intimate. If you're video conferencing, you'll need to look presentable, at least from the waist up. A BBC camera operator recommends putting your laptop on a stack of books so that it is level with your eye line. (Looking downwards is not very flattering.) In terms of lighting, she suggests having a light positioned slightly above your face. Of course where you sit tells its own story: shots of rumpled bedsheets, the clothes horse and the bathroom should be avoided.
Some people enjoy hearing the background sounds of babies, kids TV and dogs. It's a useful reminder we're all human, something which can get lost in a business context. Many businesses are reporting trying to keep normal daily interaction between colleagues: some host a daily quiz at lunchtime for clients and staff, a virtual cinema club and yoga sessions. Other companies report eating lunch "together" from their kitchen tables.
If you don't like videoconferences, then bad luck. You could be doing them for the rest of your career.


Etre filmé dans votre maison est extrêmement intime. Si vous faites de la vidéoconférence, il vous faut avoir l'air présentable, au moins jusqu'à la taille. Une caméraman de la BBC recommande de poser votre ordinateur portable sur une pile de livres pour qu'il soit à hauteur des yeux. (regarder vers le bas n'est pas très flatteur). En termes d'éclairage, elle suggère d'avoir une lumière positionnée légèrement au-dessus du visage. Bien sûr, l'endroit où vous êtes assis parle de lui-même : des plans de draps froissés, l'étendoir à linge et la salle de bains sont à éviter.
Certaines personnes aiment entendre en fond sonore des bébés, de la télé pour enfants et des chiens. Cela nous rappelle utilement que nous sommes tous des humains, ce que l'on peut facilement perdre de vue dans un contexte professionnel. De nombreuses entreprises déclarent essayer de maintenir une interaction quotidienne normale entre collègues : certaines organisent un quiz quotidien à l'heure du déjeuner pour les clients et le personnel, un club de cinéma virtuel ou des sessions de yoga. D'autres indiquent déjeuner "ensemble" depuis leurs tables de cuisine.
Si vous n'aimez pas les vidéoconférences, alors pas de chance. Il se pourrait bien que vous fassiez cela le reste de votre carrière.



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de magie8, postée le 12-12-2020 à 08:36:39 (S | E)
hello bonjour traduction de la 1ere partie



Conference call tales:
"I was on(1) a call last week and a colleague's half-naked boyfriend walked behind her," recalls a communications consultant. This experience illustrates the pitfalls of videoconferencing, a technology that thousands of workers(2) are getting used to as they attempt to work from home. Some people really need help… In one (genuine) email, a financial services worker is told: "Your screen (3) is visible and we can all see (4) you watching porn in between enquiries!"
For many of us, this means getting to grips with (5) a whole new way of working. Line quality, technology problems and of course user ineptitude add kerfuffle(6) to meetings. Cutting down the number of people involved also cuts down on the amount of unwanted noise. Heavy breathing, sniffing, coughing, dogs and doorbells can all be dispatched by shutting off the microphone with the mute button.
Even without video, conference calls can be revealing(7): ///END of Part One///

Récits de conférence téléphonique:
"J'étais en télé-conférence la semaine dernière et le petit ami d'une collègue se promenait à moitié nu derrière elle."se souvient un consultant en communication.Cette expérience illustre les pièges de la visio-conférence,une technologie à laquelle des milliers de travailleurs s'habituent lorsqu'ils tentent de travailler à domicile.Certaines personnes ont vraiment besoin d'aide...Dans un e-mail (authentique),un agent des services financiers dit :"Votre écran est visible et on peut vous voir regarder du porno pendant les débats."
Pour beaucoup d'entre vous,cela signifie s'adapter à une nouvelle façon de travailler. La qualité de la ligne,les problèmes de technologie et bien sûr l'ineptie des utilisateurs sont source de pagaille dans les réunions.
Réduire le nombre de personnes impliquées réduit également la quantité de bruit indésirable.La respiration forte, le reniflement,la toux,les chiens et les sonnettes peuvent être régulés en pressant le bouton sourdine du microphone.
Même sans vidéo, les conférences téléphoniques peuvent être réjouissantes.



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de here4u, postée le 12-12-2020 à 09:22:05 (S | E)
Hello !

Vous êtes formidables ! Il ne nous manque plus que la deuxième partie ...
Plutôt que de s’imposer un travail complet du texte traduit ( qui se répète un peu ...) je vous propose de lire les propositions de vos co- workers et de suggérer des améliorations ( ou des corrections) ... Je les reprendrai ensuite pour obtenir « la » version collective la plus exacte.
Bon week-end à tous ... TAKE GREAT CARE OF YOURSELVES and your loved ones.



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de maxwell, postée le 12-12-2020 à 20:18:17 (S | E)
FINISHED
As you wish
Magie's: Part I
Conference call tales:
"I was on a call last week and a colleague's half-naked boyfriend walked behind her," recalls a communications consultant. This experience illustrates the pitfalls of videoconferencing, a technology that thousands of workers are getting used to as they attempt to work from home. Some people really need help… In one (genuine) email, a financial services worker is told: "Your screen is visible and we can all see you watching porn in between enquiries!"
For many of us, this means getting to grips with a whole new way of working. Line quality, technology problems and of course user ineptitude add kerfuffle to meetings. Cutting down the number of people involved also cuts down on the amount of unwanted noise. Heavy breathing, sniffing, coughing, dogs and doorbells can all be dispatched by shutting off the microphone with the mute button.
Even without video, conference calls can be revealing


Récits de conférence téléphonique:
"J'étais en téléconférence la semaine dernière et le petit ami d'une collègue se promenait à moitié nu derrière elle." se souvient un consultant en communication. Cette expérience illustre les pièges de la visioconférence, une technologie à laquelle des milliers de travailleurs s'habituent lorsqu'ils tentent de travailler à domicile. Certaines personnes ont vraiment besoin d'aide... Dans un e-mail (authentique), on a signalé à un agent des services financiers :"Votre écran est visible et nous pouvons tous vous voir regarder du porno entre les demandes !."
Pour beaucoup d'entre nous, cela signifie s'adapter à une toute nouvelle façon de travailler. La qualité de la ligne, les problèmes de technologie et bien sûr l'inaptitude des utilisateurs sont source de pagaille dans les réunions.
Réduire le nombre de personnes impliquées réduit également la quantité de bruit indésirable. La respiration forte, le reniflement, la toux, les chiens et les sonnettes peuvent être éliminés en pressant le bouton sourdine du microphone.
Même sans vidéo, les conférences téléphoniques peuvent être révélatrices



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de here4u, postée le 14-12-2020 à 10:11:09 (S | E)
Hello,

I know that a translation of Part 2 is on its way...

I'll wait to post the whole text... No hurry, anyway! You have the new exercises to "keep you busy"!



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de here4u, postée le 14-12-2020 à 23:20:50 (S | E)
Hello Dear Friends,
Correction du Follow up Work:

Conference call tales:
"I was on a call last week and a colleague's half-naked boyfriend walked behind her," recalls a communications consultant. This experience illustrates the pitfalls of videoconferencing, a technology that thousands of workers are getting used to as they attempt to work from home. Some people really need help… In one (genuine) email, a financial services worker is told: "Your screen is visible and we can all see you watching porn in between enquiries!"
For many of us, this means getting to grips with a whole new way of working. Line quality, technology problems and of course user ineptitude add kerfuffle to meetings. Cutting down the number of people involved also cuts down on the amount of unwanted noise. Heavy breathing, sniffing, coughing, dogs and doorbells can all be dispatched by shutting off the microphone with the mute button.
Even without video, conference calls can be revealing:


Récits de conférence téléphonique:
"J'étais en téléconférence la semaine dernière et le petit ami d'une collègue se promenait passa à moitié nu derrière elle", se souvient un consultant en communication. Cette expérience illustre les pièges (dangers) de la visioconférence, une ** technologie à laquelle des milliers de travailleurs s'habituent lorsqu'ils tentent* s'efforcent de travailler à domicile. Certaines personnes ont vraiment besoin d'aide ... Dans un e-mail (authentique), on a signalé à un agent des services financiers : "Votre écran est visible et nous vous voyons tous (le "can" est un anglicisme - devant les verbes de perception involontaire ! ) regarder du porno entre les demandes/ questions !"(Lien internet

Pour beaucoup d'entre nous, cela signifie s'adapter à une toute nouvelle façon de travailler. La qualité de la ligne, les problèmes de technologie et bien sûr l'inaptitude "l'incompétence technique" des utilisateurs sont sources de pagaille (désordre) dans les réunions.
Diminuer le nombre de personnes impliquées réduit également la quantité de bruit indésirable. Les respirations fortes, les reniflements, les toux, les chiens et les sonnettes peuvent être éliminés en fermant le micro, en appuyant sur la sourdine.
Même sans vidéo, les conférences téléphoniques peuvent être révélatrices :
Bravo Magie, et Maxwell (qui a très bien corrigé les petites inexactitudes !)

* J'ai eu envie d'insister davantage sur l'effort contenu dans "attempt".( to make an effort at;)
** Pas d'article indéfini devant une apposition en français ... (C'est un anglicisme ! )

: "a client was on a call while in the bath, and you could hear splashing and the tap running. He then realised the microphone was on and the phone slipped into the bath. Gurgle gurgle gurgle. He jumped out of the bath to get another phone, slid and fell down the stairs."
Calls need a host, someone capable of bringing the call back on track, when the discussion turns badly. They're in charge of timing, spreading discussion between 'guests', bringing in audience questions, keeping pace and energy;» If more than one person speaks at once, which is very common in normal face-to-face human interaction, it can rapidly become unintelligible by video. This is exacerbated if the internet connection is glitchy - which it often is. We are social animals, and as so much of our communication is non-verbal, this tends to be lost on video conferences, something the host needs to bear in mind when leading the call.


"Un client était en audio conférence (pendant qu’il était) dans son bain, et l'on pouvait entendre entendait* éclabousser partout et l’eau du robinet couler. Il réalisa** se rendit alors compte que le haut parleur était branché et le téléphone glissa dans le bain. Glouglou, glouglou, glouglou. Il sauta hors du bain pour prendre un autre téléphone, glissa et tomba dans les escaliers. " (Eh oui ! )
Les téléconférences ont besoin d’un organisateur, d’une personne capable de remettre la communication sur la bonne voie, lorsque la discussion tourne mal. Il est en charge du chronométrage, de la diffusion de la discussion répartition du temps de parole entre les 'invités'(participants), de l'apport des questions du public, du maintien du rythme et de l’énergie ; »
Si plus d’une personne parle en même temps, ce qui est très courant dans une interaction normale en face à face, cela peut rapidement devenir inintelligible par vidéo. Cette situation est exacerbée si la connexion Internet est défaillante - ce qui arrive souvent. Nous sommes des animaux sociaux, et comme une grande partie de notre communication est non verbale, cela a tendance à se perdre dans les vidéoconférences, ce que l’organisateur doit garder à l’esprit lorsqu’il dirige la conférence.

* Toujours cet auxiliaire "can" - ici au preterite- devant les verbes de perceptions; ne pas traduire en français.
** Là, je suis "puriste" : En français, on "réalise" un rêve ou un bénéfice, mais l'on se "rend compte" de quelque chose.

Being filmed in your home is extremely intimate. If you're video conferencing, you'll need to look presentable, at least from the waist up. A BBC camera operator recommends putting your laptop on a stack of books so that it is level with your eye line. (Looking downwards is not very flattering.) In terms of lighting, she suggests having a light positioned slightly above your face. Of course where you sit tells its own story: shots of rumpled bedsheets, the clothes horse and the bathroom should be avoided.
Some people enjoy hearing the background sounds of babies, kids TV and dogs. It's a useful reminder we're all human, something which can get lost in a business context. Many businesses are reporting trying to keep normal daily interaction between colleagues: some host a daily quiz at lunchtime for clients and staff, a virtual cinema club and yoga sessions. Other companies report eating lunch "together" from their kitchen tables.
If you don't like videoconferences, then bad luck. You could be doing them for the rest of your career.


Etre filmé chez vous est extrêmement intime. Si vous faites une vidéoconférence, il vous faut être présentable, au moins jusqu'à la taille. Une "caméraman" de la BBC recommande de poser votre ordinateur portable sur une pile de livres pour qu'il soit à hauteur des yeux. (regarder vers le bas n'est pas très flatteur). En termes d'éclairage, elle suggère d'avoir une lumière positionnée légèrement au-dessus du visage. Bien sûr, l'endroit où vous êtes assis parle de lui-même : des plans de draps froissés, l'étendoir à linge et la salle de bains sont à éviter.
Certaines personnes aiment avoir un fond sonore de bébés, de télé pour enf nts et de chiens. Cela nous rappelle utilement que nous sommes tous des humains *, ce que l'on peut facilement perdre de vue dans un contexte professionnel. De nombreuses entreprises déclarent essayer de maintenir une interaction quotidienne normale entre collègues : certaines organisent un quiz quotidien à l'heure du déjeuner pour les clients et le personnel, un club de cinéma virtuel ou des sessions de yoga. D'autres indiquent déjeuner "ensemble" depuis leurs tables de cuisine.
Si vous n'aimez pas les vidéoconférences, alors pas de chance. Il se pourrait bien que vous en fassiez le reste de votre carrière.

Bravo Maxwell! C'est tellement bien que personne n'a "osé" te corriger ! (sauf moi, juste pour des détails !)
* Encore l'anglicisme ... : les attributs et appositions prennent un article en anglais, pas en français ... (I'm a teacher: je suis professeur !)

Un grand merci à vous, travailleurs volontaires d'une grande efficacité. Comme vous le voyez, votre petit point faible est la précision des langues ... Pensez anglais en anglais ... mais bannissez les anglicismes en français ! (On les entend partout, je sais ... mais je vous demande d'être plus précis que tous les autres !)



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de taiji43, postée le 15-12-2020 à 17:01:02 (S | E)
Bonjour HERE4U ,

At last, here is the translation of the second part? SORRY FOR BEING LATE .
I WAS unwell

"Un client était en communication téléphonique pendant qu’il était dans son bain, et on pouvait entendre éclabousser partout et l’eau du robinet couler Il avait alors réalisé que le haut parleur était branché et que le téléphone avait glissé dans le bain. Glouglou, glouglou, glouglou-. Il avait sauté alors hors du bain pour prendre un autre téléphone mais avait glissé et tombé dans les escaliers. "

Les appels ont besoin d’un organisateur , d’une personne capable de remettre une communication sur la bonne voie, lorsque la discussion tourne mal. Ceux-ci, sont en charge du temps à passer, de la diffusion de la discussion entre les 'invités', des questions du public, du rythme et de l’énergie ; ».
Si plus d’une personne parle à la fois, ce qui est très courant dans une interaction normale en face à face, cela peut rapidement devenir inintelligible par vidéo. Cela est exacerbé si la connexion Internet est défaillante - ce qui arrive souvent. Nous sommes des animaux sociaux, et comme une grande partie de notre communication est non verbale, cela a tendance à se perdre dans les vidéoconférences, quelque chose que l’organisateur doit garder à l’esprit lorsqu’il dirige l’appel.



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de taiji43, postée le 15-12-2020 à 17:25:57 (S | E)
Hello
je me corrige moi-même

la première ligne
un client était en audio conférence = on a call et non pas en communication

Et le dernier mot call ce n'est pas appel mais sûrement encore audio conférence
Bien à vous



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de maxwell, postée le 15-12-2020 à 19:51:55 (S | E)
FINISHED
Hello
Taiji's part II:
"a client was on a call while in the bath, and you could hear splashing and the tap running. He then realised the microphone was on and the phone slipped into the bath. Gurgle gurgle gurgle. He jumped out of the bath to get another phone, slid and fell down the stairs."
Calls need a host, someone capable of bringing the call back on track, when the discussion turns badly. They're in charge of timing, spreading discussion between 'guests', bringing in audience questions, keeping pace and energy;» If more than one person speaks at once, which is very common in normal face-to-face human interaction, it can rapidly become unintelligible by video. This is exacerbated if the internet connection is glitchy - which it often is. We are social animals, and as so much of our communication is non-verbal, this tends to be lost on video conferences, something the host needs to bear in mind when leading the call.


"Un client était en audio conférence pendant qu’il était dans son bain, et l'on pouvait entendre éclabousser partout et l’eau du robinet couler. Il réalisa alors que le haut parleur était branché et le téléphone glissa dans le bain. Glouglou, glouglou, glouglou-. Il sauta (alors) hors du bain pour prendre un autre téléphone (mais) glissa et tomba dans les escaliers. "

Les appels ont besoin d’un organisateur, d’une personne capable de remettre une communication sur la bonne voie, lorsque la discussion tourne mal. Il est en charge du chronométrage, de la diffusion de la discussion entre les 'invités', de l'apport des questions du public, du maintien du rythme et de l’énergie ; ».
Si plus d’une personne parle à la fois, ce qui est très courant dans une interaction normale en face à face, cela peut rapidement devenir inintelligible par vidéo. Cette situation est exacerbée si la connexion Internet est défaillante - ce qui arrive souvent. Nous sommes des animaux sociaux, et comme une grande partie de notre communication est non verbale, cela a tendance à se perdre dans les vidéoconférences, ce que l’organisateur doit garder à l’esprit lorsqu’il dirige la conférence.


je chipote car c'est TB



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de here4u, postée le 15-12-2020 à 23:01:23 (S | E)
Hello!

Don't worry, Taiji! I said there was no hurry...

I'll do the last two parts tomorrow morning!



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help/83 de here4u, postée le 16-12-2020 à 14:39:59 (S | E)
Hello!

Ca y est ! J'ai terminé la correction de votre Follow up Work ! à vous tous !




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