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Message de leou83 posté le 04-02-2017 à 10:25:38 (S | E | F)
Bonjour !
pouvez-vous corriger mes fautes de grammaire, conjugaison ou orthographe s'il vous plait ? je dois rendre mon devoir jeudi !
Merci beaucoup !

One can define barter as: the abandonment of a thing to someone in order to have something against it.Through barter, social contact is put forward because a relationship between people is made during the exchange.Bartering is still possible but in limited cases. It can be seen that in some countries it is still used for international exchanges.But a currency is compulsory for the proper functioning of a country and an economy. Thanks to its currency the country can export or import products.The money was invented to simplify the barter because the barter works only if the person who is in front of me wants to get what I propose. Bartering can also be a way to exchange skills, for example I will help my friend to do her homework for 2 books she will lend me, a service against another service.On the other hand, we can say that with barter there would be fewer inequalities, the gap between the rich and the poor would be less apparent. Sharing can also be considered as a form of barter.There is also an ecological aspect in barter, since unused objects can find a second life elsewhere by making the happiness of another person. We can therefore conclude that barter can be used, but on a small scale.

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Modifié par lucile83 le 05-02-2017 18:15


Réponse : Aide/Troc de laure95, postée le 06-02-2017 à 14:15:38 (S | E)
Bonjour,
- One (or we)can define barter
- Through barter, (article) social contact is put forward
- But a currency is compulsory for the proper functioning of a country and an (pas de AN)economy.
- The (pas de the)money was invented to simplify the barter
- I will help my friend to do her homework for (in exchange of)2 books




Réponse : Aide/Troc de leou83, postée le 06-02-2017 à 19:06:23 (S | E)
Merci ! Je vais corriger puis le re poster !



Réponse : Aide/Troc de leou83, postée le 06-02-2017 à 20:36:03 (S | E)
One can define barter as: the abandonment of a thing to someone in order to have something against it.Through barter,it's a social contact is put forward because a relationship between people is made during the exchange.Bartering is still possible but in limited cases. It can be seen that in some countries it is still used for international exchanges.But a currency is compulsory for the proper functioning of a country and economy. Thanks to its currency the country can export or import products.Money was invented to simplify the barter because the barter works only if the person who is in front of me wants to get what I propose. Bartering can also be a way to exchange skills, for example I will help my friend to do her homework for 2 books she will lend me, a service against another service.On the other hand, we can say that with barter there would be fewer inequalities, the gap between the rich and the poor would be less apparent. Sharing can also be considered as a form of barter.There is also an ecological aspect in barter, since unused objects can find a second life elsewhere by making the happiness of another person. We can therefore conclude that barter can be used, but on a small scale.




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