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Nombre de messages : 25
Date d'inscription : 05/01/2008

MessageSujet: Roald Dahl   Jeu 19 Nov - 11:26

Bonjour , je dois faire une biographie d'un auteur connu qui est "Roald Dahl" pour ensuite la présenter à l'oral . Je l'ai faite , j'aimerai que vous me corrigiez les fautes si possible . Merci d'avance .


Roald Dahl was born in Wales with Llandaff from Norwegian parents on September 13, 1916. He was the only son of their marriage. Roald Dahl knows a childhood and a rather difficult youth. at the 3 years age it loses his elder sister and his/her father, Roald was the single boy.

He liked the books and the stories. According to Roald, his/her mother was a “good narrator” because it told him tales of troll or other creatures. He liked also the stories of adventures.

Roald Dahl held a private diary starting from the age of 8ans. He put it in one limps hung to a high branch of tree, so that these sisters cannot reach it. The every day, it climbed with the tree and it wrote its notes of the day.

He inherited many features of character of his parents. Like his father, he was impassioned of painting of pieces of furniture and gardening.

Roald did not like the school. Age of 7ans and until â 9ans, he attended Llandaff Cathedral School. Its principal memories of this time proceeded with the kiosk with candies. With his/her four friends, they contemplated the window of the chocolate seller, and that gave him the idea of Charlie and the chocolate factory.

During 4ans, he studied in a school where his Latin professor, the director and supervising he persecuted he. He decided to write once per week with his mother to forget these stories.

To 13ans, he entered in Repton a private school. He was very strong in sport in particular in boxing and squash. Its English professor said to him that it was unable to gather these ideas on paper. He was not smelled well in this school either but the only advantage is that this school was close to a chocolate factory. Most famous of England “Cadbury” where it made test their new bar of chocolate to the schoolboys.

With 17ans he engages in an oil company and during the second world war he engages even as a fighter pilot. He escapes from little from death, its plane being crushed.

Roald starts to write in the United States because he is sent on mission so that those returns in the conflict. He meets a Forester writer who asks him to write his own vision of the war. Roald accepts and its news is published without same as Forester does not improve only one word.

Roald Dahl written for the children and the adults but he remains the preferred author of the children. In these stories for children, the heroes are often unhappy children who take one day their revenge on their scapegoat. Roald writes in a hut at the bottom of its garden its stories.

Its first book for child whom he writes is “The gremlins” which was adapted then to the cinema.

he wrote to other novels for youth such “James and large fishing”, “Charlie and the chocolate factory”, “the magic finger” or “fantastic Master fox” and well of others. For the adults he wrote “my uncle oswald”

he also wrote to collections for the children the such “child who spoke with the animals” or “a tale can in hiding another”

Personally I could see an adaptation of his book on television “the gremlins”, I found that very funny, easy to look at and little annoying.

I also could see James and the large fishing which was also at the same time touching and funny on behalf of Roald. It manages to mix both and that makes these stories fantastic. Even if that is for the children, an adult is impassioned as much.

he knew many misfortunes in his life on the level of hisfamily and he is in its turn to die on November 23, 1990 of a rare blood problem.

In spite of his death, its books were always as popular as before and the sales and the sales continued to increase through the world, levelling small and large.
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MessageSujet: Re: Roald Dahl   Jeu 19 Nov - 15:49

Salut, D.

Roald Dahl
was born in Wales with Llandaff from Norwegian parents on September 13, 1916. He was the only son of their marriage. Roald Dahl knows a childhood and a rather difficult youth. at the 3 years age it loses his elder sister and his/her father, Roald was the single boy.

Roald Dahl was born to Norwegian parents in Llandaff, Wales on September 13, 1916. He was their only son. He had a rather difficult childhood. At three years of age, he lost his older sister and his father. He was the only boy in the family.

He liked the books and the stories. According to Roald, his/her mother was a “good narrator” because it told him tales of troll or other creatures. He liked also the stories of adventures.

He liked to read books. According to Roald, his mother was a good storyteller because she told him tales of trolls and other creatures. As a consequence, he enjoyed reading adventure stories.

Roald Dahl held a private diary starting from the age of 8ans. He put it in one limps hung to a high branch of tree, so that these sisters cannot reach it. The every day, it climbed with the tree and it wrote its notes of the day.

Roald Dahl kept a private diary starting from the age of eight. He would hide the diary on a high branch of a nearby tree where his sister couldn't reach it. Every day, he would climb the tree and write that day's notes.

He inherited many features of character of his parents. Like his father, he was impassioned of painting of pieces of furniture and gardening.
He inherited many of his parents characteristics. Like his father, Roald had a passion for painting pieces of furniture and gardening.

Roald did not like the school. Age of 7ans and until â 9ans, he attended Llandaff Cathedral School. Its principal memories of this time proceeded with the kiosk with candies. With his/her four friends, they contemplated the window of the chocolate seller, and that gave him the idea of Charlie and the chocolate factory.
Roald didn't like school. Between the ages of seven and nine, he attended Llandaff Cathedral School. His fondest memory was that of a candy kiosk. With four of his friends, he would stand in front of the window and contemplate what the chocolatier had put on display. That's what gave him the idea for his story, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory."

During 4ans, he studied in a school where his Latin professor, the
director and supervising he persecuted he. He decided to write once per week with his mother to forget these stories.

For four years, he studied in a school where his Latin teacher, who was also the school principal, persecuted him.

To 13ans, he entered in Repton a private school. He was very strong in sport in particular in boxing and squash. Its English professor said to him that it was unable to gather these ideas on paper. He was not smelled well in this school either but the only advantage is that this school was close to a chocolate factory. Most famous of England “Cadbury” where it made test their new bar of chocolate to the schoolboys.

When he was thirteen, he entered Repton, a private school. He was very good at sports, particularly boxing and squash. His English teacher once told Roald he was unable to express himself in writing. He wasn't happy in this school, but being close to a chocolate factory was a great advantage for him. It was the Cadbury chocolate factory, the most famous in England; and they would test their new chocolate recipes on the schoolboys.

With 17ans he engages in an oil company and during the second world war he engages even as a fighter pilot. He escapes from little from death, its plane being crushed.

When he was seventeen, Roald was hired by an oil company; and during the Second World War, he signed up as a fighter pilot. He almost lost his life when his plane crashed.

Roald starts to write in the United States because he is sent on
mission so that those returns in the conflict. He meets a Forester
writer who asks him to write his own vision of the war. Roald accepts and its news is published without same as Forester does not improve only one word.
Roald started his writing career in the United States when he was sent there on a mission during the war. It was there that a writer named Forester asked him to write about his personal view of the war. Roald accepted, and his work was published with only a one-word correction by Forester.

Roald Dahl written for the children and the adults but he remains the preferred author of the children. In these stories for children, the heroes are often unhappy children who take one day their revenge on their scapegoat. Roald writes in a hut at the bottom of its garden its stories.
Although Roald Dahl wrote for both children and adults, he remains the preferred children's author. In his stories for children, the heroes are often unhappy children who one day take their revenge on their tormentors. Roald would often write his stories in a small cabin at the back of the garden.

Its first book for child whom he writes is “The gremlins” which was adapted then to the cinema. he wrote to other novels for youth such “James and large fishing”, “Charlie and the chocolate factory”, “the magic finger” or “fantastic Master fox” and well of others. For the adults he wrote “my uncle oswald”
His first children's book was "The Gremlins" which was later adapted to the cinema. He also wrote other novels for young people such as "James and the Giant Peach", "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", "Fantastic Mr Fox", "Matilda", "The Witches", "The Twits", and "The BFG." For the adults, he wrote "My Uncle Oswald."

he also wrote to collections for the children the such “child who spoke with the animals” or “a tale can in hiding another” Personally I could see an adaptation of his book on television “the gremlins”, I found that very funny, easy to look at and little annoying.
He is also the author of some children's collections such as "The Child Who Spoke With Animals" and ... ? I was personally able to see a television adaptation of his book, "The Gremlins." At times, I found it funny, easy to watch, and annoying.

I also could see James and the large fishing which was also at the same time touching and funny on behalf of Roald. It manages to mix both and that makes these stories fantastic. Even if that is for the children, an adult is impassioned as much.
I also saw "James and the Giant Peach", which revealed Roald Dahl's sensitive and humorous side. In these stories, he succeeds in mixing both humor and sensitivity, which makes them absolutely fantastic. His children's stories appeal to adults as much as they do to children.

he knew many misfortunes in his life on the level of hisfamily and he is in its turn to die on November 23, 1990 of a rare blood problem.
He experienced many misfortunes in his life as regards his family, and he himself died on November 23, 1990 of a rare blood disease.

In spite of his death, its books were always as popular as before and the sales and the sales continued to increase through the world, levelling small and large.
Even after his death, his books remain immensely popular. The sale of his books continues to increase throughout the world.

Dis, Difficultman. Si tu veux pratiquer la prononciation de toutes ces phrases anglaises, je te propose le synthétiseur vocal que voilà : http://www2.research.att.com/~ttsweb/tts/demo.php

Faut premièrement choisir la voix de Mike. Après on ne colle qu'un seul paragraphe à la fois. Puis on appuie sur le bouton SPEAK. Après avoir écouté et pratiqué le paragraphe en question, on colle celui qui suit.

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Contrairement à la syntaxe française, l'adjectif possessif anglais se rapporte toujours au sujet :

He loves his mother. (sujet : he)
She loves her father. (sujet : she)
Paul hates his sister. (sujet : Paul)
Jeanne hates her brother. (sujet : Jeanne)
The boy helped his grandmother. (sujet : the boy)
The girl helped her grandfather. (sujet : the girl)

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MessageSujet: Re: Roald Dahl   Sam 21 Nov - 4:50

Hello Doudou ^^ , merci pour ta correction et tes conseils je vois que j'ai encore beacoup de progrès à faire . Merci aussi pour le site , j'y suis allé et ça m'est vraiment très utile pour travailler mon oral .

A bientot .
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Doudou



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Date d'inscription : 26/12/2005

MessageSujet: Re: Roald Dahl   Sam 21 Nov - 16:38

De rien, D. C'est la moindre des choses. Je suis ravi de t'avoir aidé. Tiens-moi au courant de la note que tu auras, s'il te plaît.






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