Bonsoir, Mimi. C'est toujours un plaisir de te lire.
Pour ce qui est de l'apprentissage à domicile, je dois t'informer que ça se fait, au contraire de ce que tu penses, avec l'aide des profs visiteurs (pour le moins aux É-U). On doit pas confondre les cours qui se suivent à la maison avec ceux qui se font par correspondance. Cela dit, je te propose les modifications suivantes...
Learn at home can showing a good initiative for some people and a terrible thing for other.
Home schooling is a good idea for some and a bad idea for others.
Personally, I can’t never work at home as I need of teachers who give me homework, continual test and lessons. At most, I can’t understand a difficult notion if I not see the teacher when he explain me. So, home schooling could have a negative influence on my concentration.
Personally, I could never do schoolwork at home because I need the personal touch that teachers give, such as homework, tests, and lessons. What's more, how could I understand difficult concepts without the teachers' explanations? So for me, home schooling would have a negative impact on my concentration where studying is concerned.
In school, teachers can punished the pupils when they don’t make their work but at home when we wouldn’t work nobody were here for order us to work more. What’s more if I study at home I couldn’t work my lessons efficaciously neither do a lot of good exercises.
In school, teachers discipline pupils when they don't do their work; but at home, there isn't anybody to tell us to get back to work (apart from our parents). Furthermore, I wouldn't be as successful studying at home because of the lack of good practice.
In effect with national education we have a timetable which we must apply where as when we work at home we were oblige to organize him self; but with a television, a telephone, a family, a bed and because of the noise, it’s very difficult to have a good program and apply it.
In fact, the centralized structure of the French educational system imposes a rigid timetable of learning activities upon students that would be lacking in home studies, which students must design their own timetables. And with all the distractions of TV, telephone calls, family interactions, and enforced bedtime, it would be extremely difficult to develop any kind of effective learning regimen.
It’s for this cause that I wouldn’t consider home schooling. There are too other reasons like the fact to be long of the time at home without a real contact with the world. In effect it’s ill for the health and the personality. What’s more, in school I can see my friends the long of the time where as with home schooling I could have any more a good contact with they.
It's for all of these reasons that I would never consider home schooling for myself. Other reasons for rejecting that mode of learning would include the loss of social contacts imposed by such a system. Such a lifestyle can hardly be physiologically or emotionally healthy. At least in school I can see my friends throughout the day, whereas at home, I would no longer have any meaningful contacts with them.
So the home schooling isn’t an future for me, I need of teachers and their encouragement for I work seriously. With an other vision, perhaps that some courageous and very autonomous people can have a great success with home schooling.
Therefore, home schooling isn't in my future. I need the personal contact with and encouragement of my teachers in order to do any serious schoolwork. Obviously, there are those courageous and autonomous people who would thrive in the home-school environment, but not me!
Petite question personnelle : comment on forme le conditionnel ? Comment peut on dire par exemple : « j’aurai voulu y aller avec toi. »
C'est le conditionnel du passé dont tu parles, qui se forme très facilement avec l'aide de l'auxiliare modal would ou could suivi de have et un participe passé :
J'aurai voulu y aller avec toi.
->I would have preferred (ou, liked) to go there with you.
J'aurais pu le faire si tu m'avais aidé(e).
->I could have done it if you had helped me.
Tu piges ?