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Rack Your Brains and Help!/ 40

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Rack Your Brains and Help!/ 40
Message de here4u posté le 10-02-2019 à 17:27:03 (S | E | F)
Hello, Dear Friends,

Cette fois, je n’ose plus dire que le devoir est facile … (ou moins difficile que certaines fois … ) Je veux cependant vous répéter que vous êtes libres de vous arrêter QUAND VOUS LE VOULEZ, ou de ne faire qu’une partie si vous préférez … Ne vous excusez surtout pas de le faire … Ce test est long et la simple compréhension du texte peut déjà demander beaucoup de temps … Ne donnez que ce que vous pouvez consacrer, mais que ce soit YOUR BEST ! J’en serai ravie …
Cet exercice est un et sa correction sera online le lundi 25 février, tard.
Comme toujours, I’m sure THE FORCE will be WITH YOU !


I)Please, help my student! He really needs you! ATTENTION ! Ce texte contient 2O fautes à corriger ! Cependant, cette fois encore, vous en verrez beaucoup plus, car mon élève est très « consistent » une fois fait une faute, il la répète tout le long du texte, car il la fait de bonne foi ! Merci de corriger ces fautes, en ne les comptant que pour « une seule », à chaque fois …
( ! Lors de votre correction, merci aussi de REMPLACER LES FAUTES ET DE METTRE VOS CORRECTIONS EN MAJUSCULES; )
There’s a double standard concerning a woman having armpit hairs and a man having armpit hairs… Should you have or wax? There’s most pression for men these days to do that. As a man, have a hairless body is about beauty and not masculinity. In the case of women, have a hairless body means be beautiful and feminine. So, you can’t be feminine and have body hairs…
Can the choice between body hairs or not be sexist?
A model who had chosen not to have or wax got rape threads. A rape can be seen as a way to express control. Therefore, here body hairs were considered as something out of control and which needed to be controlled. She had stopped waxing because she had realised that society made her feeling pression to wax, because she was a woman, not because she wanted. She heard «No guys will want you if you don’t have...» or «It’s unhygienic!» Men now! For having his shirt open and showing chesthairs, an actor was asked: «Are you man enough for the hairy- chested revival?» The male body is definitely more visible now: it’s more public, it’s more scrutinized, seen as a problem. Men’s magazines tell their readers that they need to get rid of body hairs and more products are offering to do so;
What role has History plaid in our body hairs attitudes? Archaeologists reckon that cavemen and women were the first to start having, using little stones as havers and tiny little shells as tweezers. That was for more safety so that their ennemies had nothing to hold on to. Also, it was to stop frostbite and louse. The Egyptians considered body hairs be uncivilized. Women would remove hairs from eyebrowns down. The Romans made hair removed more about class and used massive tweezer liking things called «volsella». Later, Charles Darwin taught the public that humans are descended from an ape like ancestor. We lost our fur due to sexual selection. We preferred hairless mates. So hairlessness became common, and in turning beautiful. Through the years, that idea has evolved and with clothes getting shorter, it became more of a focus. Males now have an ideal body image which has shifted from hairy to smooth and hairless.
We need a more neutral and natural attitude and see it as a personnal decision and not necessary as a public and politic statement. If there’s more choice, more freedom and fewer body shaming, things could be different in the future.

II) Find the «scrambled » words or reorder them in these three sentences:

1.. DURNOA the DRWLO, ENM are GIASNVH, GIUCINDLN HTECS, KABC, SEGL and SOBWR. 9
2. WORRY/ INCREASINGLY/ MEN/ HAIR/ WOMEN/ BODY/ AS/ IS/ A/ AND/ BOTH/ SEEN/ FOR/ 13
3. EVERY/ GIRLS/ MAN / OFF/ BE/ BE/ YOURSELF/ HAIR/ FOR/ FOR/ TO/ SHAVED/ CLEAN/ NICE/ YOUR/ NEEDS/ 16

III) OPTIONAL: Please, reorder the words or unscramble them in these sentences so as to make meaningful sentences:
a) A/ LOTS/ HAIR/ HAIR/ GUY/ CHEST/ CHEST/ GUY/ MANLIER/ PROBABLY/ LITTLE/ WITH/ WITH/ THAN/ OF/ IS/ A/ A/ NO/ 19
b) In the TALS EPOLUC of SAYRE NYLTPE of SLTAECIR have LDAELC for women to stop IOGENVMR and start GIOGNWR. 8

Comme toujours, you have THE FORCE!



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help!/ 40 de vaiana, postée le 11-02-2019 à 17:15:16 (S | E)
Hello.
it has been ages since I have not realized one of your exercises! I am on vacation, I have a lot of free time, so... WHY NOT???
LET'S HAVE FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I) There’s a double standard concerning a woman SHAVING HAIRY ARMPITS and a man having HAIRY ARMPITS… Should you SHAVE or wax? There’s most pression for men these days to do that. As a man, HAVING a hairless body is about beauty and not masculinity. In the case of women, HAVING a hairless body means BEING beautiful and feminine. So, you can’t be feminine and have body HAIR…
Can the choice between body HAIR or not be sexist?
A model who had chosen not to SHAVE or wax got rape threads. A rape can be seen as a way to express control. Therefore, HER body HAIR were considered as something out of control and which needed to be controlled. She had stopped waxing because she had realised that THE society made her feeling pression to wax, because she was a woman, not because she wanted TO. She heard «No GUY will want you if you don’t SHAVE...» or «It’s unhygienic!» Men now! For having his shirt OPENED and showing CHESTHAIR, an actor was asked: «Are you A man enough for the hairy- chested revival?» The male body is definitely more visible now: it’s more public, it’s more scrutinized, seen as a problem. Men’s magazines tell TO their readers that they need to get rid of body HAIR and more products are OFFERED to do so;
What role has History PLAYED in our body HAIR attitudes? Archaeologists reckon that cavemen and women were the first to start SHAVING, using little stones as SHAVERS and tiny little shells as tweezers. That was for more safety so that their ENEMIES had nothing to hold on to. Also, it was to stop FROSTBITES and LICE. Egyptians considered HAVING body HAIR AS TO be uncivilized. Women would remove HAIR from EYEBROWS down. Romans made hair removed more about CLASSES and used massive TWEEZERS LIKE things called «volsella». Later, Charles Darwin taught the public that humans HAD descended from an ape AS AN ancestor. We lost our fur due to sexual selection. We preferred hairless mates. So hairlessness became common, and IT TURNED beautiful. Through the years, that idea has evolved and with clothes getting shorter, it became more of a focus. Males now have an ideal body image which has shifted from hairy to smooth and hairless.
We need a more neutral and natural attitude and see it as a PERSONAL decision and not necessary as a public and politic statement. If there WERE more choice, more freedom and fewer body shaming, things WOULD BE ABLE TO be different in the future.

II)
1. AROUND the WORLD, MEN are SHAVING, INCLUDING CHEST, BACK, LEGS and BROWS.
2. Body hair is increasingly seen as a worry for both women and men.
3. I don't know

READY TO BE CORRECTED.



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help!/ 40 de magie8, postée le 15-02-2019 à 20:13:05 (S | E)
hello J' AIME découvrir ces textes qui sont toujours des cas de société interessants ready to correct

I)Please, help my student! He really needs you! ATTENTION ! Ce texte contient 2O fautes à corriger ! Cependant, cette fois encore, vous en verrez beaucoup plus, car mon élève est très « consistent » une fois fait une faute, il la répète tout le long du texte, car il la fait de bonne foi ! … Merci de corriger ces fautes, en ne les comptant que pour « une seule », à chaque fois …
( ! Lors de votre correction, merci aussi de REMPLACER LES FAUTES ET DE METTRE VOS CORRECTIONS EN MAJUSCULES; )

There’s a double standard concerning a woman having armpit HAIR and a man having armpit HAIR… Should you SHAVE or wax? There’s MORE pression for men these days to do that. As a man, have a hairless body is about beauty and not masculinity. In the case of women, have a hairless body means be beautiful and feminine. So, you can’t be feminine and have body HAIR…
Can WE HAVE the choice between a HAIRY BODY or not be sexist?
A model who had chosen not to SHAVE or wax got rape THREATS. A rape can be seen as a way to express control. Therefore, here body HAIR were considered as something out of control and which needed to be controlled. She had stopped waxing because she had realised that society made her feeling pression to wax, because she was a woman, not because she wanted TO. She heard «No GUY will want you if you don't SHAVE...» or «It’s unhygienic!» Men now! For having THEIR shirtS open and showing chest HAIR, an actor was asked: «Are you man enough for the hairy-CHEST revival?» The male body is definitely more visible now: it's more public, it's more scrutiniSed,( le z c'est US) seen as a problem. Men’s magazines tell their readers that they need to get rid of body HAIR and more products are offering to do so;
What role has History PLAYED in our body HAIR attitudes? Archaeologists reckon that cavemen and women were the first to start SHAVING, using little stones LIKE havers and tiny little shells LIKE tweezers. That was for more safety so that their ENEMIES had nothing to hold on to. Also, it was to stop FROSTBITES and LICE. The Egyptians considered body HAIR be UNCIVILISED. Women would remove HAIR from eyebrowns down. The Romans made hair removed more about OF class and used massive tweezerS LIKE things called «volsella». Later, Charles Darwin taught the public that humans are descended from THE ape AS ancestor. We lost our fur due to sexual selection. We preferred hairless mates. So hairlessness HAS BECOME common,(pas and)in turning beautiful. Through the years, that idea has evolved and with clothes getting shorter, it became more of a focus. Males now have an ideal body image which has shifted from hairy to smooth and hairless.
We need a more neutral and natural attitude and see it as a PERSONAL decision and not necessary as a public and politic statement. If there’s more choice, more freedom and fewer body shaming, things could be different in the future.

ANECDOTE
Lors d'une conférence je viens d apprendre que
EN 1704 PIERRE LE GRAND INSTAURA PAR DECRET UN IMPOT SUR LA BARBE.En revenant de France en 1699, par un oukase il avait interdit le port de la barbe car il voulait occidentaliser et moderniser la Russie., mais l'église refusa parce que Jesus avait une barbe et c'était un symbole religieux, aussi il a exempté l'Eglise de l'impôt.


II) find the "scrambled" words or reorder them in these 3 sentencesbon à corriger

1)AROUND the WORLD, MEN are SHAVING, INCLUDING CHESTS, BACK, LEGS and BROWS.
A travers le monde,les hommes se rasent;y compris la poitrine,le dos,les jambes et les sourcils

2)For both men and women body hair is increasingly seen as a worry.
Pour les hommes et les femmes le corps velu est vu de plus en plus comme un souci.

3) For girls, your hair needs be nice for yourself, every man shaved off to be clean.
Pour les filles, vos cheveux ont besoin d'être beaux pour vous même, chaque homme se rase pour être propre.


OPTIONAL

a) Lots of a guy with chest hair is probably a little manlier than a guy with no chest hair
le sort, d'un garçon avec du poil sur la poitrine est probablement un peu plus viril que pour celui qui n'en a pas.

je ne comprend pas trop pourquoi lots est au pluriel ?

b)In the LAST COUPLE of YEARS PLENTY of RECITALS have CALLED for women to stop REMOVING and start GROWING.
Au cours des deux dernières années beaucoup de considérants ont appelés les femmes à cesser de s'épiler et commencer à grandir
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Modifié par magie8 le 16-02-2019 18:00





Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help!/ 40 de tereda, postée le 19-02-2019 à 14:31:15 (S | E)
hello everyone,

I've tried to help HERE4U's student !

this is my try, ready to be corrected.

There’s a double-standard concerning a woman having armpit hairs and a man having armpit hairs… Should THEY have TO wax or Not ?
There’s MORE PRESSURE for men these days to do that. As a man, HAVING a hairless body is about beauty and not masculinity. In the case of women, HAVING a hairless body means be beautiful and feminine. So, you can’t be feminine and have body hairs…Can the choice between body hairs or not be sexist?
A model who had chosen not to have or wax got rape THREATS. A rape can be seen as a way to express control. Therefore, HER body hairs were considered as something out of control and which needed to be controlled.
She had stopped waxing because she had realised that society made her feeling PRESSURE to wax, because she was a woman, not because she wanted. She heard «No guys will want you if you don’t have...» or «It’s not HYGIENIC!»

Men now! For having his shirt open and showing CHEST HAIRS, an actor was asked: «Are you man enough for the hairy-chested revival?» The male body is definitely more visible now: it’s more public, it’s more scrutinized, seen as a problem. MEN MAGAZINES tell their readers that they need to get rid of body hairs and more products are offering to do so.

What role has History PLAYED in our body hairs attitudes?

Archaeologists reckon that cavemen and women were the first to start SHAVING, using little stones as SHAVERS and tiny little shells as tweezers. That was for more safety so that their ENEMIES had nothing to hold on to. Also, it was to stop frostbite and louse. The Egyptians considered body hairs be uncivilized. Women would remove hairs from eyebrows down. The Romans made hair removed more about class and used massive TWEEZERS liking things called «volsella». Later, Charles Darwin taught the public that humans are descended from an ape like ancestor. We lost our fur due to sexual selection. We preferred hairless mates. So hairlessness became common, and in turning beautiful. Through the years, that idea has evolved and with clothes getting shorter, it became more of a focus. Males now have an ideal body image which has shifted from hairy to smooth and hairless.

We need a more neutral and natural attitude and see it as a PERSONAL decision and not necessary as a public and politic statement. If there’s more choice, more freedom and fewer body shaming, things could be different in the future.

Thanks to you, HERE4U for your correction.






Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help!/ 40 de icare29, postée le 20-02-2019 à 17:52:49 (S | E)
Hello Here4u , and all hard workers , here is my work OK FOR CORRECTION.


There's a double standard concerning a woman having armpit HAIR and a man having armpit HAIR ? Should you SHAVE or wax? There's MORE PRESSURE for men these days to do that. As a man, have a hairless body is about beauty and not masculinity. In the case of women, have a hairless body means TO be beautiful and FEMINITY. So, you can't be feminine and have body HAIR ?
Can WE HAVE the choice between body HAIR AND not TO be sexist?

A model, who had chosen NEITHER to SHAVE NOR TO wax ,got rape THREATS. A rape COULD be seen as a way to express control. Therefore, here body HAIR were considered as something out of control , which needed to be controlled. She had stopped waxing because she had realised that society made her feeling UNDER PRESSURE to wax, because she was a woman, not because she wanted TO BE ..

She heard «No GUY will want you if you don't have...» or «It's unhygienic!» Men now! For having his shirt open and showing HIS CHEST HAIR , an actor was asked: «Are you ENOUGH MAN for the hairy-CHEST revival?» The male body is definitely more visible now: it's more public, it's more scrutinized, seen as a problem.

Men's magazines tell their readers that they need to get rid of body HAIR and more products are offering to do so; What role has History PLAYED in our body HAIR ATTITUDE? Archaeologists reckon that cavemen and CAVEWOMEN were the first to start SHAVING , using little stones as SHAVERS and tiny little shells as tweezers.

That was for more safety so that their ENEMIES had nothing to hold on to. Also, it was to stop FROSTBITES and LICE The Egyptians considered body HAIR be uncivilized. Women would remove HAIR from EYEBROWS down. The Romans made hair REMOVE more about class and used massive TWEEZERS LIKE things called «volsella».

Later, Charles Darwin taught the public that humans are descended from ape AS ancestor. We lost our fur due to sexual selection. We preferred hairless mates. So HAIRNESS HAS BECAME common, and in turning beautiful. Through the years, that idea has evolved and with clothes getting shorter, it HAS BECAME more of a focus. Males now have an ideal body image which has shifted from hairy to smooth and hairless.

We need a more neutral and natural attitude and see it as a PERSONAL decision and not necessary as a public and politic statement. If there ARE more choice, more freedom and fewer SHAVED BODY, things WILL be different in the future.

Dear Here4u , I am afraid I haven't helped your friend as he should be to ,I am conscious I have left many mistakes and done others inside my correction despite my good will.
Thanks a lot for your new test






Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help!/ 40 de joe39, postée le 20-02-2019 à 18:24:56 (S | E)
Hello dear here4u,
Here you are my try, ready to be checked.
I)Please, help my student! He really needs you! ATTENTION ! Ce texte contient 2O fautes à corriger !
There’s a double STANDARDS concerning a woman having armpit HAIR and a man having armpit HAIR… Should you HOLD THEM or TO wax THEM? There’s most PRESSURE for men these days to do that. As a man, have a hairless body is about beauty and not masculinity. In the case of women, have a hairless body means be beautiful and feminine. So, you can’t be feminine and have body hairs…
Can the choice between HAIRY AND HAIRLESS BODIES BE or not be sexist?
A model who had chosen not to have or wax got rape THREATS. A rape can be seen as a way to express control. Therefore, here body hairs were considered as something out of control and which needed to be controlled. She had stopped waxing because she had realised that society made her feeling PRESSURE to wax, because she was a woman, not because she wanted TO. She heard «No guys will want you if you don’t have...» or «It’s unhygienic!» Men now! For having his shirt open and showing HIS HAIRY CHESTED, an actor was asked: «Are you man enough for the hairy chested revival?» The male body is definitely more visible now: it’s more public, it’s more scrutinized, AND seen as a problem. Men’s magazines tell their readers that they need to get rid of body hairs and more products are BEING OFFERED to do so;
What role has History PLAYED in our body HAIR attitudes? Archaeologists reckon that cavemen and women were the first to start having THEM, using little stones as SHAVERS and tiny little shells as tweezers. That was for more safety so that their ENEMIES had nothing to hold on to. Also, it was to stop FROSTBITES and LICE. The Egyptians considered body HAIR be uncivilized. Women would remove HAIR from EYEBROW down. The Romans made hair removed more about class and used massive TWEEZERS LIKE things called «volsella». Later, Charles Darwin taught the public that humans are descended from an APE-LIKE ancestor. We lost our fur due to sexual selection. We preferred hairless mates. So hairlessness became common, and in turning beautiful. Through the years, that idea has evolved and with clothes getting shorter, it became more of a focus. Males now have an ideal body image which has shifted from hairy to smooth and hairless.
We need a more neutral and natural attitude and see it as a PERSONAL decision and not necessary as a public and politic statement. If there’s more choice, more freedom and LESS body SHAME, things could be different in the future.

II) Find the «scrambled » words or reorder them in these three sentences:

1.AROUND the WORLD, MEN are SHAVING, INCLUDING CHEST, BACKS, LEGS and BROWS. 9
2. For both men and women body hair is increasingly seen as a worry./ 13
3. Sorry, I give up.

III) OPTIONAL: Please, reorder the words or unscramble them in these sentences so as to make meaningful sentences:
a) Sorry, I give up.
b) In the LAST COUPLE of YEARS PLENTY of ARTICLES have CALLED for women to stop REMOVING and start GROWING. 8

Thanking a lot for the nice exercise, I hope you have a pleasant evening.

So long.
Joe39



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help!/ 40 de alpiem, postée le 21-02-2019 à 18:12:57 (S | E)
hello,here4u I hope you're fine

Répondre au sujet (106103) Rack Your Brains and Help!/ 40...

correction- ready:
There’s a double standard concerning a woman having armpit HAIR and a man having armpit HAIR… Should you
Shave IT or wax IT? There’s most pression for men these days to do that. As FOR a man, havING a hairless body is about beauty and not masculinity. In the case of women, havING a hairless body means be beautiful and feminine. So, you can’t be feminine and have body hairs…

Can the choice between HAVING body hair or not be sexist? A model who had chosen not to SHAVE or wax got rape threaTs. A rape can be seen as a way to express control. Therefore, here body hairs were considered as something out of control and which needed to be controlled. She had stopped waxing because she had realised that society made her FEEL pression to wax, because she was a woman, not because she wanted. She heard «No guys will want you if you don’t Shave...» or «It’s unhygienic!» Men now! For having his shirt open and showing chesthairs, an actor was asked: «Are you man enough for the hairy- chested revival?» The male body is definitely more visible now: it’s more public, it’s more scrutinized, seen as a problem. Men’s magazines tell their readers that they need to get rid of body hair and more products are offering to do so;
What role has History playED in our body-hair attitudes? Archaeologists reckon that cavemen and women were the first to start having USED little stones as Shavers and tiny little shells as tweezers. That was for more safety so that their ennemies had nothing to hold on to. Also, it was to stop frostbite and louse. The Egyptians considered body hairs be uncivilized. Women would remove hair from eyebrowns down. The Romans made hair removed more about class and used massive tweezer liking things called «volsella». Later, Charles Darwin taught the public that humans are descended from an ape like ancestor. We lost our fur due to sexual selection. We preferred hairless mates. So hairlessness became common, and in turning, beautiful. Through the years, that idea has evolved and with clothes getting shorter, it became more of a focus. Males now have an ideal body image which has shifted from hairy to smooth and hairless.
We need a more neutral and natural attitude and see it as a personnal decision and not necessary as a public and politic statement. If there’s more choice, more freedom and fewer body shaming, things could be different in the future.



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help!/ 40 de here4u, postée le 22-02-2019 à 11:51:55 (S | E)
Hello!

I've started the transfers of your corrections...

Still a few days to post...



Réponse : Rack Your Brains and Help!/ 40 de nate, postée le 23-02-2019 à 17:48:13 (S | E)
Hello there.

Here's my try. Thank you very much

IN PROGRESS

There’s a double standard concerning a woman having HAIRY ARMPITS (armpits hair également bon je suppose) and a man having HAIRY ARMPITS … Should you KEEP YOUR HAIR or wax IT ? There’s MORE PRESSURE for men these days to do that. As a man, HAVING a hairless body is about beauty and not masculinity. In the case of women, HAVING a hairless body means TO be beautiful and feminine. So, you can’t be feminine and have body HAIR…
CAN THERE BE A CHOICE BETWEEN HAVING BODY HAIR OR NOT TO BE SEXIST? (Je ne sais pas si cette phrase a un sens mais je ne vois pas comment corriger la version initiale...)
A model who had chosen not to SHAVE or wax got rape THREATS. A rape can be seen as a way to express DOMINATION. Therefore, here body HAIR were considered (TO BE/ ou were regarded as) something out of control and which needed to be controlled. She had stopped waxing because she had realised that society made her FEEL pression to wax, because she was a woman, not because she wanted TO (or IT). She heard «No guys will want you if you (don’t = non) have...» or «It’s unhygienic!» Men now! For having his shirt open and showing HIS CHEAST HAIR, an actor was asked: «Are you man enough for the hairy- chested revival?» The male body is definitely more visible now: it’s more public, it’s more scrutinized, seen as a problem. Men’s magazines tell their readers that they need to get rid of THEIR body HAIR and more products are offering to do so;
What role has History PLAYED in our body HAIR attitudes? Archaeologists reckon that cavemen and women were the first to start (having, = non) using (ou bien TO START HAVING USED) little stones as RAZORS and tiny little shells as tweezers (as = en tant que ici, like ne fontionnerait pas, non ?). That was for more safety so that their ennemies had nothing to hold on to. Also, it was to stop frostbite and louse. The Egyptians considered body HAIR TO be uncivilized. Women would remove hairs (pour moi HAIRS ou HAIR peuvent marcher. Ca dépend si elles enlèvent quelques poils = hairs ou tout les poils = hair) from THEIR EYEBROWS down. The Romans made hair removed more about class and used massive tweezer liking things called «volsella». Later, Charles Darwin taught the public that humans (are = non) descended from an ape AS AN ancestor. We lost our fur due to sexual selection. We preferred hairless mates. So hairlessness became common, and in turning beautiful. Through the years, that idea has evolved and with clothes getting shorter, it became more of a focus. Males now have an ideal body image which has shifted from hairy to smooth and hairless.
We need a more neutral and natural attitude and see it as a PERSONAL decision and not necessary as a public and POLITICAL statement. If there’s more choice, more freedom and LESS body shaming, things could be different in the future.




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