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Places and form of power/Bac

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Places and form of power/Bac
Message de psychori posté le 19-03-2016 à 18:20:29 (S | E | F)
Bonjour,
J'ai fait ma dernière fiche, j'aimerais que vous m'indiquiez si je réponds bien à ma problématique car j'ai vraiment l'impression d'être à côté! De plus, comme je passe l'oral bientôt, pourriez-vous la corriger ? Merci d'avance !

Today I am going to speak about the notion Places and form of power.
First of all, I would like to give you a definition of power. Power is the ability to control others and to make things happen despite obstacles, resistance, or opposition. This of course leads to conflict between those who have and exercise power and those who have none or little of it. In the US particularly, there is a form of power with the right to bear arms. So, it’s why I will interest about this subject: Do guns grant you power and what are the consequences in the US?

To answer the question, we will focus on the second amendment and Americans’ opinions and after that, the limits of that power.

To begin with the gun power, it’s important to know that the right to bear arms is guaranteed by the second amendment for a long time. The history of the country shows that the Americans have always felt the need to be armed. The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution is the amendment and the section of the Bill of Rights that says that people have the right to keep and bear arms. The Second Amendment was adopted into the United States on December 15, 1791. The Second Amendment and the Bill of Rights were introduced into the United States by James Madison. But the second amendment may be understood differently by different people. Hence, you can understand that it is true only under some circumstances, namely that the army is not powerful enough and if they need civilianize to be organized in well-regulated militia. Furthermore, some of them sees considerable advantages to bear arms. The best example is that they want to protect their families against bad guys or simply their identity because American people take care of the constitutional right to protect it. But others don’t see this as an advantage but more like a call to the slaughter. The opposition of opinions on the right to bear arms divides America. In other words, this opposition is shown in several ways including with statements for and against the right to bear arms. For instance, in Texas this is where the Americans are the most for and in Washington, is where the Americans are the most against. Often when we watch TV we see debates between pro guns and anti-guns. While the pro guns encouraged to increase the number of guns in America, anti-gun tries to ban it.

Secondly, the fact that the USA is divide is particularly because of the shootings and the number of deaths. For example, the Americans have experienced big traumas as a result of such shootings, for the most traumatic, in schools. The school shootings of December 14th, 2012 has produced the deaths of 27 people, including 25 children. The killer was suspected of having mental problems but nothing has been proved. Given this staggering number of fatal shooting, two associations are known by their virulence. The first, is the NRA (National Rifle Association) which trains people and kids to shoot. This association promotes safety and the 2sd amendment. People know how to kill someone precisely. And the Second association is the Brady Campaign. In opposition of the NRA, the Brady Campaign want to ban weapons in US because 17.228 is the number of deaths by guns, sources of the Brady Campaign. As a famous sentence used by the NRA is “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people”, I think, if guns were banned, criminals would find another way to kill someone. Today, Americans have a problem with using firearms but they aren’t ready to accept the possibility to abolish the second amendment. As far as the right to bear arms were abolished, the government has to strengthen the safety of his population using more policemen.

To conclude, the right to bear arms is a big power for Americans’ people like an identity. Some of them love arms and want more arms in the US. They care about the second amendment. The number of deaths worried but they are so divided about this right that they do not put solutions in place yet.
I think it would be interesting to ask whether that the second amendment still relevant for Americans today?

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Modifié par lucile83 le 19-03-2016 21:35


Réponse: Places and form of power/Bac de laure95, postée le 19-03-2016 à 18:48:03 (S | E)
Bonsoir,
Today I am going to speak about the notion Places and form (pluriel)of power.

- This of course leads to conflict (plureil)
- So, it’s why (THAT'S WHY)I will interest (interest est un nom)about this subject:

- To begin with the gun power, it’s important to know that the right to bear arms is guaranteed by the second amendment for a long time: PRESENT PERFECT + FOR.
- The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution is the amendment and the section of the Bill of Rights that says (un amendement ne dit pas quelque chose, mais une personne)
- if they need civilianize: ?
- Furthermore, some of them sees: conjugaison.
- to protect it (pluriel).
- in the right: ?
- In other words, this opposition is shown in several ways including with (enlever WITH)statements for and against
- Often (pas à la bonne place) when we watch TV
- While the pro guns encouraged (présent)to increase the number of guns in America, anti-gun tries (conjugaison)to ban it.

- Secondly, the fact that the USA is divide: IS + PARTICIPE PASSE.
-is particularly because of: mal dit.
- The school shootings of (pas la bonne préposition) December 14th, 2012 has produced (prétérit) the deaths of 27 people,
- the 2sd: ?
- In opposition of (pas la bonne préposition) the NRA, the Brady Campaign want (conjugaison)to ban weapons
- sources (singulier) of (pas la bonne préposition)the Brady Campaign.
- As a famous sentence used by the NRA is (enlever IS)“Guns don’t kill people, people kill people”,
- I think, if guns were banned, criminals would find another way to kill someone (else).
- As far as the right to bear arms were(conjugaison) abolished,

- Americans’ (singulier car tu mets people)people like an identity.
- The number of deaths worried (présent)
I think it would be interesting to ask whether that the second amendment (verbe être)still relevant for Americans today? (enlever le point d'interrogation car c'est une question indirecte)



Réponse: Places and form of power/Bac de psychori, postée le 21-03-2016 à 11:46:11 (S | E)
Hello,

This is my new correction of my oral.

Today I am going to speak about the notion Places and forms of power.
First of all, I would like to give you a definition of power. Power is the ability to control others and to make things happen despite obstacles, resistance, or opposition. This of course leads to conflicts between those who have and exercise power and those who have none or little of it. In the US particularly, there is a form of power with the right to bear arms. So, that's why I will focus about this subject: Do guns grant you power and what are the consequences in the US?

To answer the question, we will focus on the second amendment and Americans’ opinions and after that, the limits of that power.

To begin with the gun power, it’s important to know that the right to bear arms has been guarant by the second amendment for a long time. The history of the country shows that the Americans have always felt the need to be armed. The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution is the amendment and the section of the Bill of Rights taught me that people have the right to keep and bear arms. The Second Amendment was adopted into the United States on December 15, 1791. The Second Amendment and the Bill of Rights were introduced into the United States by James Madison. But the second amendment may be understood differently by different people. Hence, you can understand that it is true only under some circumstances, namely that the army is not powerful enough and if they need civilianize to be organized in well-regulated militia. Furthermore, some of them see considerable advantages to bear arms. The best example is that they want to protect their families against bad guys or simply their identity because American people take care of the constitutional right to protects it. But others don’t see this as an advantage but more like a call to the slaughter. The opposition of opinions on the right to bear arms divides America. In other words, this opposition is shown in several ways including statements for and against the right to bear arms. For instance, in Texas this is where the Americans are the most for and in Washington, is where the Americans are the most against. When we watch TV, often we see debates between pro guns and anti-guns. While the pro guns encourage to increase the number of guns in America, anti-gun try to ban it.

Secondly, the fact that the USA is divided is particularly the consicuencies of the shootings and the number of deaths. For example, the Americans have experienced big traumas as a result of such shootings, for the most traumatic, in schools. The school shootings in December 14th, 2012 produced the deaths of 27 people, including 25 children. The killer was suspected of having mental problems but nothing has been proved. Given this staggering number of fatal shooting, two associations are known by their virulence. The first, is the NRA (National Rifle Association) which trains people and kids to shoot. This association promotes safety and 2sd amendment. People know how to kill someone precisely. And the Second association is the Brady Campaign. In opposition the NRA, the Brady Campaign wants to ban weapons in US because 17.228 is the number of deaths by guns, source by the Brady Campaign. As a famous sentence used by the NRA “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people”, I think, if guns were banned, criminals would find another way to kill someone else. Today, Americans have a problem with using firearms but they aren’t ready to accept the possibility to abolish the second amendment. As far as the right to bear arms was abolished, the government has to strengthen the safety of his population using more policemen.

To conclude, the right to bear arms is a big power for American people like an identity. Some of them love arms and want more arms in the US. They care about the second amendment. The number of deaths worry but they are so divided about this right that they do not put solutions in place yet.
I think it would be interesting to ask whether that the second amendment is still relevant for Americans today.



Réponse: Places and form of power/Bac de laure95, postée le 21-03-2016 à 15:16:04 (S | E)
Bonjour,
- (article) Americans’ opinions

- the right to bear arms has been guarant (HAS BEEN + PARTICIPE PASSE) by the second amendment for a long time.
- The Second Amendment was adopted into (pas la bonne préposition ici)the United States on December 15, 1791.
- if they need civilianize: ?
- to protects it: TO + INFINITIF.
- The opposition of opinions (mal dit)on the right to bear arms divides America.
- For instance, in Texas this is where the Americans are the most for and in (enlever IN)Washington,
- often we see: ordre des mots.

- Secondly, the fact that the USA is divided is particularly the consicuencies: ?
- produced (pas le bon mot ici)the deaths of 27 people,
- 2sd amendment.
- source by: mal dit.
- As far as the right to bear arms was abolished: temps

- I think it would be interesting to ask whether that (enlever THAT)the second amendment is still relevant for (article) Americans today.



Réponse: Places and form of power/Bac de psychori, postée le 26-03-2016 à 10:34:24 (S | E)
Bonjour,

Voilà ma correction. Je galère vraiment avec l'anglais...

Today I am going to speak about the notion Places and forms of power.
First of all, I would like to give you a definition of power. Power is the ability to control others and to make things happen despite obstacles, resistance, or opposition. This of course leads to conflicts between those who have and exercise power and those who have none or little of it. In the US particularly, there is a form of power with the right to bear arms. So, that's why I will focus about this subject: Do guns grant you power and what are the consequences in the US?

To answer the question, we will focus on the second amendment and the Americans’ opinions and after that, the limits of that power.

To begin with the gun power, it’s important to know that the right to bear arms has been guaranted by the second amendment for a long time. The history of the country shows that the Americans have always felt the need to be armed. The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution is the amendment and the section of the Bill of Rights taught me that people have the right to keep and bear arms. The Second Amendment was adopted in the United States on December 15, 1791. The Second Amendment and the Bill of Rights were introduced into the United States by James Madison. But the second amendment may be understood differently by different people. Hence, you can understand that it is true only under some circumstances, namely that the army is not powerful enough and to be organized in well-regulated militia. Furthermore, some of them see considerable advantages to bear arms. The best example is that they want to protect their families against bad guys or simply their identity because American people take care of the constitutional right to protect it. But others don’t see this as an advantage but more like a call to the slaughter. The different opinions on the right to bear arms divides America. In other words, this opposition is shown in several ways including statements for and against the right to bear arms. For instance, in Texas this is where the Americans are the most for and Washington, is where the Americans are the most against. When we watch TV,we see often debates between pro guns and anti-guns. While the pro guns encourage to increase the number of guns in America, anti-gun try to ban it.

Secondly, the fact that the USA is divided is particularly because of the shootings and the number of deaths. For example, the Americans have experienced big traumas as a result of such shootings, for the most traumatic, in schools. The school shootings in December 14th, 2012 did the deaths of 27 people, including 25 children. The killer was suspected of having mental problems but nothing has been proved. Given this staggering number of fatal shooting, two associations are known by their virulence. The first, is the NRA (National Rifle Association) which trains people and kids to shoot. This association promotes safety and 2sd amendment. People know how to kill someone precisely. And the Second association is the Brady Campaign. In opposition the NRA, the Brady Campaign wants to ban weapons in US because 17.228 is the number of deaths by guns. As a famous sentence used by the NRA “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people”, I think, if guns were banned, criminals would find another way to kill someone else. Today, Americans have a problem with using firearms but they aren’t ready to accept the possibility to abolish the second amendment. As far as the right to bear arms would be abolished, the government has to strengthen the safety of his population using more policemen.

To conclude, the right to bear arms is a big power for American people like an identity. Some of them love arms and want more arms in the US. They care about the second amendment. The number of deaths worry but they are so divided about this right that they do not put solutions in place yet.
I think it would be interesting to ask whether the second amendment is still relevant for the Americans today.



Réponse: Places and form of power/Bac de psychori, postée le 27-03-2016 à 23:11:07 (S | E)
Bonsoir,
Pouvez-vous aussi me dire si il y a encore des fautes s'il vous plaît ?
Merci



Réponse: Places and form of power/Bac de laure95, postée le 29-03-2016 à 10:48:56 (S | E)
Bonjour,
- guaranted: orthographe.
- The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution is the amendment and the section of the Bill of Rights (mettre un relatif)taught me that people have the right to keep and bear arms.
- Hence, you can understand (chercher un synonyme car tu viens d'employer ce verbe)
- the army is not powerful enough and to be (enlever TO BE)organized in well-regulated militia.
- The different opinions on the right to bear arms divides (conjugaison) America.

- Secondly, the fact that the USA is divided is particularly because of the shootings and the number of deaths: ma formulé, allège ta phrase.
- The school shootings in December 14th, 2012 did the deaths (utilise le verbe "tuer") of 27 people,
- two associations are known by (pas la bonne préposition)their virulence
- 2sd (2ND) amendment.
-in (article)US because 17.228 is the number of deaths by guns.





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