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Rack Your Brains /100

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Rack Your Brains /100
Message de here4u posté le 13-08-2021 à 23:46:14 (S | E | F)
Hello, Dear friends!

Magnifique bug qui vient de me faire perdre la mise en page du prochain devoir ... ARGHhhhhhhh! Je recommence !

Les Jeux Olympiques sont maintenant terminés ... Sans doute à cause de la période troublée que nous traversons et du décalage (temporel ET horaire) qu'ils ont subi, ils ont été moins médiatisés que d'habitude. Lors de mes recherches dans les médias étrangers, j'ai découvert ces "anecdotes" que j'ai confiées à mon élève (vous savez, celui qui a quelques difficultés à corriger ses erreurs ... ) Il vous demande donc, encore une fois de l'aider à corriger les fautes laissées ...

ATTENTION ! Ce texte contient 15 fautes à corriger en lettres capitales.

Tokyo Olympics: The medal winners's flowers that payed tribute to 2011 disaster.
The whole bouquets came complete with Miraitowa, the Tokyo 2020 mascot, attached.
Winning an Olympic medal is a huge moment for some athlete, but there was special signification to the bouquets of flowers (more than 5,000 bouquets) that were being handed at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The ceremonial blooms were mainly grounded in three districts of north-east Japan that were devastated by a 2011 earthquake and tsunami, and the subsequent meltdown of three reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Almost 20,000 people died in the catastrophe that hit Iwate, Fukushima and Miyagi.
The bouquets of yellow, green and blue flowers being presented to medallists at both the Olympics and Paralympics were grounded almost entirely in those three districts. /// END of PART ONE /// The yellow bright sunflowers which dominated the bouquets were grounded in Miyagi, having been planted by the parents whose the children died in the disaster. The parents chose a hillside where their children had seeked refuge from the effects of the tsunami. Delicate white and purple eustomas and Solomon's seals were grounded in Fukushima - under a non-profit initiative set up to try to revive the local economy in the wake of the disaster, which had severely damaged agriculture production. The gentians, a small bright blue flower, were grounded in Iwate, a coastal area that was devastated by giant waves in the 2011 disaster.
To complete the bouquet, there were strong green aspidistras, grounded in Tokyo, and chosen to represent the host city.

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot (MIRAITOWA) and Paralympic Games mascot (SOMEITY)
- The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot was styled with the pattern from the Tokyo 2020 Games emblem, a tribute to both the respected tradition and modern innovation of Japanese culture. Miraitowa has a personality inspired by the Japanese proverb, “teach from the past and develop new ideas”./// END of PART TWO /// Miraitowa is cheerful and remarkably athletic, with a very strong sense of integrity. It has special power to teleport anywhere it wants, instantly.
The name Miraitowa is based on the Japanese words "mirai", meaning “future”, and "towa", meaning “eternity”, representing the wish that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will lead to a future of everlasting hope in the hearts of everyone around the world.

- The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games mascot is a quite cool character, with mighty powers and cherry blossom tactile sensors. Someity can use the sensors on the sides of its head for telepathic powers, flies using its cape and even move objects without to touch them. Someity has a calm and quiet presence, guided by great inner strength, but can display superpowers that embody toughness and determination of the Paralympic athletes. Someity loves being in nature, and can communicate with natural elements, such as stones and the wind.
The name Someity comes from a popular type of cherry blossom and the phrase "so mighty". Someity can show enormous mental and physical strength, representing Paralympic athletes who overcome obstacles and redefine the boundaries of possibility./// END of the TEXT ///

Cet exercice est un et la correction sera en ligne le samedi 28 août 2021.

Une fois de plus, j'aurai ensuite besoin du travail de volontaires pour le Follow Up Work. (traduction de la correction du texte original. Merci d'avance à ceux qui auront le courage de faire face à cette correction et encore plus à ceux qui se plongeront dans la traduction de ce texte.
Pour ce faire, vous aurez besoin de temps et de courage! I give you THE FORCE;


Réponse : Rack Your Brains /100 de maxwell, postée le 19-08-2021 à 21:34:40 (S | E)
READY TO BE CORRECTED

Hello Here4U
I've just read the text one more time and I can't find any other mistake. I'm far from the 15 you've mentioned That means I'll learn many things

Help my student
Tokyo Olympics: The medal winners'[] flowers that PAID tribute to THE 2011 disaster.
ALL THE bouquets came COMPLETED with Miraitowa, the Tokyo 2020 mascot, attached.
Winning an Olympic medal is a huge moment for some ATHLETES, but there was special MEANING to the bouquets of flowers (more than 5,000 bouquets) that were being handed at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The ceremonial blooms HAD mainly GROWN in THE three districts of north-east Japan that were devastated by THE 2011 earthquake and tsunami, and the subsequent meltdown of three reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Almost 20,000 people died in the DISASTER that hit Iwate, Fukushima and Miyagi.
The bouquets of yellow, green and blue flowers being presented to medallists at both the Olympics and Paralympics HAD GROWN almost entirely in those three districts. /// END of PART ONE /// The BRIGHT yellow sunflowers which dominated the bouquets HAD GROWN in Miyagi, having been planted by the parents whose [] children died in the disaster. The parents chose THE hillside where their children had seeked refuge from the effects of the tsunami. Delicate white and purple eustomas and Solomon's seals HAD GROWN in Fukushima - under a non-profit initiative set up to try to revive the local economy in the wake of the disaster, which had severely damaged agriculture production. The gentians, a small bright blue flower, HAD GROWN in Iwate, a coastal area that was devastated by giant waves in the 2011 disaster.
To complete the bouquet, there were strong green aspidistras, GROWN in Tokyo, and chosen to represent the host city.

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot (MIRAITOWA) and Paralympic Games mascot (SOMEITY)
- The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot was styled with the pattern from the Tokyo 2020 Games emblem, a tribute to both the respected tradition and modern innovation of THE Japanese culture. Miraitowa has a personality inspired by the Japanese proverb, “LEARN from the past and develop new ideas”./// END of PART TWO ///

Miraitowa is cheerful and remarkably athletic, with a very strong sense of integrity. It has special power to teleport anywhere it wants, instantly.
The name Miraitowa is based on the Japanese words "mirai", meaning “future”, and "towa", meaning “eternity”, representing the wish that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will lead to a future of everlasting hope in the hearts of everyone around the world.

- The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games mascot is a quite cool character, with mighty powers and cherry blossom tactile sensors. Someity can use the sensors on the sides of its head for telepathic powers, CAN FLY using its cape and even move objects without TOUCHING them. Someity has a calm and quiet presence, guided by great inner strength, but can display superpowers that embody THE toughness and determination of the Paralympic athletes. Someity loves being in nature, and can communicate with natural elements, such as stones and the wind.
The name Someity comes from a popular type of cherry blossom and the phrase "so mighty". Someity can show enormous mental and physical strength, representing Paralympic athletes who overcome obstacles and redefine the boundaries of THE POSSIBLE./// END of the TEXT ///



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /100 de alpiem, postée le 23-08-2021 à 11:45:25 (S | E)
hello everybody ,hello HERE4u
here is my try N° 100 Thanks for your cooperation

Tokyo Olympics:The medal WINNERS' flowers that payed tribute to THE 2011 disaster.
The whole OF THE bouquets came complete with Miraitowa, the Tokyo 2021 mascot attached TO.
Winning an Olympic medal is a huge moment for some ATHLETES, but there was A special signification to the bouquets of flowers(more than 5,000 bouquets)that were being handed at the Olympic and paralympic Games.
The cérémonial blooms were mainly grounded in three districts of North-east Japan that were devastated by THE 2011 earthquake and tsunami, and the subsequent meltdown of three reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant.
Almost 20,000 people died in the catastrophe that hit Iwate, Fukushima and Miyast.
The bouquests of yellow,green and blue flowers being presented to medallists at both Olympics and Paralympics were grounded almost entirely ALL OVER those three districts.///END OF PART ONE///.

The yellow bright sunflowers which dominated the bouquets were GROWN in Miyagi, having been planted by the parents whose X children HAD died in the disaster.
The parents chose a hillside where their children had SOUGHT refuge from the effects of the tsunami. Delicate white and purple eustomaSES and Solomon's seals were grounded in Fukushima -AFTER a non-profit initiative set up to try AND revive the local economy in the wake of the disaster, which had severely damaged agriculture production.
The gentians, a bright blue flower, were GROWN in Iwate,a coastal area that was devastated by giant waves in the 2011 disaster.
To complete the bouquet, there were strong green aspidistras, GROWN IN Tokyo, and chosen to represent the host city.
Tokyo The gentians, a small bright blue flower, were grounded in Iwate, a coastal area that was devastated by giant waves in the 2011 disaster.
To complete the bouquet, there were strong green aspidistras, grounded in Tokyo, and chosen to represent the host city.

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot (MIRAITOWA) and Paralympic Games mascot (SOMEITY)
- The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot was styled with the pattern from the Tokyo 2020 Games emblem, a tribute to both the respected tradition and THE modern innovation of Japanese culture.
Miraitowa has a personality inspired by the Japanese proverb, “LEARN from the past and develop new ideas”./// END of PART TWO ///


Miraitowa is cheerful and remarkably athletic, with a very strong sense of integrity. It has special power to teleport anywhere it wants, instantly.
The name Miraitowa is based on the Japanese words "mirai", meaning “future”, and "towa", meaning “eternity”, representing the wish that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will lead to a future of everlasting hope in the hearts of everyone around the world.
The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games mascot is a quite cool character, with mighty powers and cherry blossom tactile sensors.
Someity can use the sensors on the sides of its head for telepathic powers, flies using its cape and even move objects without to touch them.
Someity has a calm and quiet presence, guided by great inner strength, but can display superpowers that embody toughness and determination of the Paralympic athletes.
Someity loves being in nature, and can communicate with natural elements, such as stones and the wind.
The name Someity comes from a popular type of cherry blossom and the phrase "so mighty".
Someity can show enormous mental and physical strength, representing Paralympic athletes who overcome obstacles and redefine the boundaries of possibility./// END of the TEXT ///



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /100 de here4u, postée le 27-08-2021 à 11:24:45 (S | E)
Hello!

Still a few hours to read this text and correct the mistakes! The Paralympic Games aren't finished yet...
You still have time to learnabout the mascots and bouquets…

Correction tomorrow night!



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /100 de swan85, postée le 28-08-2021 à 13:23:09 (S | E)
Hello Here4U

Thank you for this exercise.
I sent you what I tried to do :

Tokyo Olympics: The medal WINNERS’ flowers that PAID tribute to 2011 disaster.
The whole bouquets came complete with Miraitowa, the Tokyo 2020 mascot, attached.
Winning an Olympic medal is a huge moment for some ATHLETES , but there was special signification to the bouquets of flowers (more than 5,000 bouquets) that were being handed at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The ceremonial blooms were mainly GROWN in three districts of north-east Japan that were devastated by a 2011 earthquake and tsunami, and the subsequent meltdown of three reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Almost 20,000 people died in the catastrophe that hit Iwate, Fukushima and Miyagi.
The bouquets of yellow, green and blue flowers being presented to medallists at both the Olympics and Paralympics were GROWN almost entirely in those three districts. /// END of PART ONE ///

The yellow bright sunflowers which dominated the bouquets were GROWN in Miyagi, having been planted by the parents whose the children died in the disaster. The parents chose CHOSEN a hillside where their children had SOUGHT refuge from the effects of the tsunami. Delicate white and purple eustomas and Solomon's seals were GROWN in Fukushima - under a non-profit initiative set up to try to revive the local economy in the wake of the disaster, which had severely damaged agriculture production. The gentians, a small bright blue flower, were GROWN in Iwate, a coastal area that was devastated by giant waves in the 2011 disaster.
To complete the bouquet, there were strong green aspidistras, GROWN in Tokyo, and chosen to represent the host city.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot (MIRAITOWA) and Paralympic Games mascot (SOMEITY)
- The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot was styled with the pattern from the Tokyo 2020 Games emblem, a tribute to both the respected tradition and modern innovation of Japanese culture. Miraitowa has a personality inspired by the Japanese proverb, “teach from the past and develop new ideas”./// END of PART TWO ///


Miraitowa is cheerful and remarkably athletic, with a very strong sense of integrity. It has special power to teleport anywhere it wants, instantly.
The name Miraitowa is based on the Japanese words "mirai", meaning “future”, and "towa", meaning “eternity”, representing the wish that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will lead to a future of everlasting hope in the HEART of everyone around the world.
- The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games mascot is a quite cool character, with mighty powers and cherry blossom le TACTILES sensors. Someity can use the sensors on the sides of its head for telepathic powers, FLY using its cape and even move objects without TOUCHING them. Someity has a calm and quiet presence, guided by A great inner strength, but can display superpowers that embody THE toughness and determination of the Paralympic athletes. Someity loves being in nature, and can communicate with natural elements, such as stones and the wind.
The name Someity comes from a popular type of cherry blossom and the phrase "so mighty". Someity can show enormous mental and physical strength, representing Paralympic athletes who overcome obstacles and redefine the boundaries of possibility./// END of the TEXT ///



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /100 de here4u, postée le 29-08-2021 à 08:11:05 (S | E)
Hello, dear Workers and readers,

ARGHHHHH... I've done it... I have "forgotten" to post that correction (which has been ready for days...) and now I'm trapped with a family gathering for the whole day!
I'll do it quickly, trying to push away all the possible "explanations" of the act (or rather the lack of act...) from my mind and from this place and simply telling you that I'm sorry for this lapse! (but I refuse to analyse it here and now )
I'm in a rush now... and won't be able to post RYB 101 before late afternoon, early evening, at best.
Please, may the WORKERS ❤️ accept my apologies, and the readers "bear with me"...
A lot of sincere to those of you who took the time to post this work. You're simply GREAT and I doubly apologise to you.
Here is My Student's correction: L'accent était mis, cette fois, sur les "verbes irréguliers piégeux" ...

Tokyo Olympics: The medal winners' flowers (1) that paid (2) tribute to (the *) 2011 disaster.

All the bouquets (3) came complete with Miraitowa, the Tokyo 2020 mascot, attached.
Winning an Olympic medal is a huge moment for any athlete (4), but there was special significance (5) to the bouquets of flowers (more than 5,000 bouquets) that were being handed at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The ceremonial blooms were mainly grown(6) in the three districts of north-east Japan that were devastated by a 2011 earthquake and tsunami, and the subsequent meltdown of three reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Almost 20,000 people died in the catastrophe that hit Iwate, Fukushima and Miyagi.
The bouquets of yellow, green and blue flowers being presented to medallists at both the Olympics and Paralympics were grown almost entirely in those three districts. /// END of PART ONE /// The bright yellow (7)sunflowers which dominated the bouquets were grown in Miyagi, having been planted by parents whose children (8) died in the disaster. The parents chose a hillside where their children had sought (9) refuge from the effects of the tsunami. Delicate white and purple eustomas and Solomon's seals were grown(6) in Fukushima - under a non-profit initiative set up to try to revive the local economy in the wake of the disaster, which had severely damaged agricultural production. The gentians, a small bright blue flower, were grown (6) in Iwate, a coastal area that was devastated by giant waves in the 2011 disaster.
To complete the bouquet, there were strong green aspidistras, grown(6) in Tokyo, and chosen to represent the host city.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot (MIRAITOWA) and Paralympic Games mascot (SOMEITY)
- The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot was styled with the pattern from the Tokyo 2020 Games emblem, a tribute to both the respected tradition and modern innovation of Japanese culture. Miraitowa has a personality inspired by the Japanese proverb, “learn(10) from the past and develop new ideas”./// END of PART TWO /// Miraitowa is cheerful and remarkably athletic, with a very strong sense of integrity. It has a (11) special power to teleport anywhere it wants, instantly.
The name Miraitowa is based on the Japanese words "mirai", meaning “future”, and "towa", meaning “eternity”, representing the wish that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will lead to a future of everlasting hope in the hearts of everyone around the world.

- The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games mascot is quite a cool character (12), with mighty powers and cherry blossom tactile sensors. Someity can use the sensors on the sides of its head for telepathic powers, fly (13) using its cape and even move objects without touching (14) them. Someity has a calm and quiet presence, guided by great inner strength, but can display superpowers that embody the (15) toughness and determination of the Paralympic athletes. Someity loves being in nature, and can communicate with natural elements, such as stones and the wind.
The name Someity comes from a popular type of cherry blossom and the phrase "so mighty". Someity can show enormous mental and physical strength, representing Paralympic athletes who overcome obstacles and redefine the boundaries of possibility./// END of the TEXT ///

(1) : The medal winners'flowers: the flowers given to the medal winners. « Cas possessif » à revoir. "Winners": mot pluriel => pas de « s » derrière l’apostrophe. Lien internet

(2) ATTENTION : to pay, I paid, paid. Faute grossière ! (très souvent faite par les Learners) ;
(*) There was no mistake here, (as the sentence represented "headlines") but as it was not clear in the lay-out, I've given my Student the correction anyway...
(3) The whole bouquet(s came : le bouquet en entier : ce qui n’est pas l’intention de l’auteur. => TOUS LES BOUQUETS : all the bouquets.
(4) "Winning an Olympic medal is a huge moment for some athlete"=> est grammaticalement bon, mais sous entend qu’il y a des athletes qui ne considèrent pas qu’avoir une médaille «is a huge moment» ! Ceci va, bien sûr, contre toute logique …
Ne pas oublier qu’il ne « suffit pas » de corriger de la grammaire, mais qu’il faut toujours veiller à la logique de ce qui est dit ! => la seule possibilité était donc : "Winning an Olympic medal is a huge moment for any athlete" (n’importe quel athlète : quiconque !): ce qui est le contraire de ce que vous m'avez proposé ...
(5) « significance » (et pas « signification » !) "Meaning" était correct.
(6) To grow, grew, grown : Bien distinguer « to have grown » : grandir, pousser (seul, par hasard) ET « to be grown »= être cultivé volontairement. Lien internet

(*)medalist US/ medallist GB
(7) The (yellow bright sunflowers :=> The bright yellow sunflowers ; revoir l’ordre des adjectifs. Lien internet

(8) parents whose children died : attention à la construction de ce pronom relatif «whose» qui indique la possession, les liens de parentés. Lien internet

(9) Encore un verbe irrégulier un peu « problématique » : to seek, I sought, sought.
(10) « Apprendre » ! Attention ! Il faut bien distinguer «to teach» : enseigner et «learn»: apprendre en tant qu’élève.
(11) «power» est dénombrable => il a donc besoin de l’article indéfini.
(12) "The mascot is quite a cool character": bien rétablir l’ordre des mots :quite a cool character: quite a + GN. au singulier et "quite + GN" au pluriel.
(13) "Someity can use the sensors…, fly ": can use et can fly vont "ensemble" ! La répétition de « can » est évitée.
(14) without touching : without (préposition)+ ing.
(15) the toughness and determination of the Paralympic athletes: «toughness» et «determination» sont deux noms abstraits qui ne supportent pas les articles. Ici, ces noms sont déterminés par « of… »=> article défini nécessaire.


Oserai-je maintenant vous rappeler que je compte sur vous pour le Follow Up Work?(traduction des différentes parties de ce corrigé) Merci de vous "déclarer volontaires".
An illustration, or a "reward": call it what you want:
Lien internet

Lien internet


Bonne journée à tous. Encore désolée ! A plus tard !



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /100 de maxwell, postée le 29-08-2021 à 10:42:38 (S | E)
FINISHED
hello!
Je prendrai la 2e partie
Part II:

The bright yellow sunflowers which dominated the bouquets were grown in Miyagi, having been planted by parents whose children died in the disaster. The parents chose a hillside where their children had sought refuge from the effects of the tsunami. Delicate white and purple eustomas and Solomon's seals were grown in Fukushima - under a non-profit initiative set up to try to revive the local economy in the wake of the disaster, which had severely damaged agricultural production. The gentians, a small bright blue flower, were grown in Iwate, a coastal area that was devastated by giant waves in the 2011 disaster.
To complete the bouquet, there were strong green aspidistras, grown(6) in Tokyo, and chosen to represent the host city.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot (MIRAITOWA) and Paralympic Games mascot (SOMEITY)
- The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot was styled with the pattern from the Tokyo 2020 Games emblem, a tribute to both the respected tradition and modern innovation of Japanese culture. Miraitowa has a personality inspired by the Japanese proverb, “learn from the past and develop new ideas”.

Les tournesols jaune vif qui dominaient les bouquets furent cultivés à Miyagi, et avaient été plantés par des parents dont les enfants sont morts dans la catastrophe. Les parents choisirent une colline où leurs enfants avaient trouvé refuge contre les effets du tsunami. Les eustomas de couleur pourpre et d'un blanc délicat, ainsi que les Sceaux-de-Salomon furent cultivés à Fukushima - sous l'initiative d'une organisation à but non lucratif, mise en place pour essayer de redonner vie à l'économie locale à la suite de la catastrophe, qui avait sérieusement nui à la production agricole. Les gentianes, une petite fleur d'un bleu vif, furent cultivées à Iwate, une zone côtière qui fut dévastée par les vagues géantes lors de la catastrophe de 2011.
Pour finir le bouquet, il y avait des aspidistras d'un vert soutenu, cultivées à Tokyo et choisies pour représentée la ville hôte.
La mascotte des Jeux Olympiques de 2020 de Tokyo (Miraitowa) et la mascotte des Jeux Paralympiques (Someity)
La mascotte des Jeux Olympiques de 2020 de Tokyo fut conçue à partir du motif de l'emblème des Jeux Olympiques de 2020 de Tokyo, un hommage à la fois à la tradition respectée et à l'innovation moderne de la culture japonaise. Miraitowa a une personnalité inspirée du proverbe japonais "apprends du passé et développe de nouvelles idées".



Réponse : Rack Your Brains /100 de magie8, postée le 30-08-2021 à 11:32:04 (S | E)
hello , comme maxwell a traduit la 2 je traduis la suite. à bientôt.

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Réponse : Rack Your Brains /100 de magie8, postée le 30-08-2021 à 14:10:15 (S | E)
/// Miraitowa is cheerful and remarkably athletic, with a very strong sense of integrity. It has a (11) special power to teleport anywhere it wants, instantly.
The name Miraitowa is based on the Japanese words "mirai", meaning “future”, and "towa", meaning “eternity”, representing the wish that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will lead to a future of everlasting hope in the hearts of everyone around the world.

- The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games mascot is quite a cool character (12), with mighty powers and cherry blossom tactile sensors. Someity can use the sensors on the sides of its head for telepathic powers, fly (13) using its cape and even move objects without touching (14) them. Someity has a calm and quiet presence, guided by great inner strength, but can display superpowers that embody the (15) toughness and determination of the Paralympic athletes. Someity loves being in nature, and can communicate with natural elements, such as stones and the wind.
The name Someity comes from a popular type of cherry blossom and the phrase "so mighty". Someity can show enormous mental and physical strength, representing Paralympic athletes who overcome obstacles and redefine the boundaries of possibility./// END of the TEXT*
hello bonjour , voici ma traduction

Miraitowa est joyeuse et remarquablement athlétique, avec un très fort sens de l'intégrité. Elle possède un pouvoir spécial lui permettant de se téléporter où elle veut instantanément.
Le nom de Miraitowa est basé sur les mots japonais 'mirai', qui signifie 'avenir' et ' towa', qui veut dire éternité', représentant le souhait que les jeux Olympiques de Tokyo 2020 conduisent à un avenir d'espoir éternel dans le coeur de tous les habitants du monde.
- La mascotte des jeux paralympiques de Tokyo 2020 est un personnage assez décontracté, doté de pouvoirs puissants et de capteurs tactiles.*Someity a des fleurs de cerisiers sur les côtés de la tête qui lui permettent de toucher ce qui l'entoure et qu'elle peut utiliser pour communiquer par télépathie, voler en utilisant sa cape et même déplacer des objets sans les toucher. Someity a une présence calme et tranquille, guidée par une grande force intérieure, mais peut faire preuve de superpouvoirs qui incarnent
la ténacité et la détermination des athlètes paralympiques. Someity aime être dans la nature et peut communiquer avec les éléments naturels, comme les pierres et le vent.
Le nom de Someity vient d'une espèce populaire de fleur de cerisier et de l'expression ' so mighty' qui signifie 'tellement puissant'. Someity peut faire preuve d'une énorme force mentale et physique symbolisant les athlètes paralympiques qui surmontent les obstacles et redéfinissent les limites du possible.

* pour une meilleure compréhension , j'ai transformé un peu, sans pour autant je l 'espère trahir l auteur

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Réponse : Rack Your Brains /100 de magie8, postée le 31-08-2021 à 15:44:31 (S | E)
la traduction de cette 1ere partie


Tokyo Olympics: The medal winners' flowers (1) that paid (2) tribute to (the *) 2011 disaster.

All the bouquets (3) came complete with Miraitowa, the Tokyo 2020 mascot, attached.
Winning an Olympic medal is a huge moment for any athlete (4), but there was special significance (5) to the bouquets of flowers (more than 5,000 bouquets) that were being handed at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The ceremonial blooms were mainly grown(6) in the three districts of north-east Japan that were devastated by a 2011 earthquake and tsunami, and the subsequent meltdown of three reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Almost 20,000 people died in the catastrophe that hit Iwate, Fukushima and Miyagi.
The bouquets of yellow, green and blue flowers being presented to medallists at both the Olympics and Paralympics were grown almost entirely in those three districts. /// END of PART

Les fleurs des médaillés des jeux olympiques de Tokyo ont rendu hommage à la catastrophe de 2011.

Tous les bouquets des cérémonies sont arrivés au complet attachés avec Miraitowa , la mascotte de Tokyo 2020.
Gagner une médaille olympique est un grand moment pour tous les athlètes, mais il y avait une signification particulière avec les bouquets de fleurs -plus de 5000 bouquets- qui ont été remis aux jeux olympiques et paralympiques.
Les fleurs cérémonielles avaient été cultivées principalement dans les trois districts du nord-est du Japon qui avaient été dévastés en 2011 par le tremblement de terre et le tsunami résultant de la fusion de trois réacteurs de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima. Près de 20000 personnes moururent dans cette catastrophe qui a frappé Iwate, Fukushima et Miyagi.
Les bouquets de fleurs jaunes, vertes et bleue présentés aux médaillés des jeux olympiques et paralympiques avaient été cultivés presque entièrement dans ces trois districts. .



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Réponse : Rack Your Brains /100 de here4u, postée le 31-08-2021 à 18:12:33 (S | E)
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Tokyo Olympics: The medal winners' flowers that paid tribute to (the) 2011 disaster.

All the bouquets came complete with Miraitowa, the Tokyo 2020 mascot, attached.
Winning an Olympic medal is a huge moment for any athlete, but there was special significance to the bouquets of flowers (more than 5,000 bouquets) that were being handed at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The ceremonial blooms were mainly grown in the three districts of north-east Japan that were devastated by a 2011 earthquake and tsunami, and the subsequent meltdown of three reactors at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Almost 20,000 people died in the catastrophe that hit Iwate, Fukushima and Miyagi.
The bouquets of yellow, green and blue flowers being presented to medallists at both the Olympics and Paralympics were grown almost entirely in those three districts.

Les fleurs des médaillés des jeux olympiques de Tokyo ont rendu hommage à la catastrophe de 2011.

Tous les bouquets des cérémonies sont arrivés au complet attachés avec Miraitowa , la mascotte de Tokyo 2020.
Gagner une médaille olympique est un grand moment pour tous les athlètes, mais il y avait une signification particulière (avec les) donnée aux bouquets de fleurs -plus de 5000 bouquets- qui ont été remis aux Jeux Olympiques et Paralympiques.
Les fleurs cérémonielles ont été principalement cultivées dans les trois districts du nord-est du Japon qui avaient été dévastés ces trois districts.
Grand BRAVO, Magie ! Un très bon travail ! ...

The bright yellow sunflowers which den 2011 par le tremblement de terre et le tsunami résultant de la fusion de trois réacteurs de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima. Près de 20000 personnes moururent dans cette catastrophe qui a frappé Iwate, Fukushima et Miyagi.
Les bouquets de fleurs jaunes, vertes et bleues offerts aux médaillés des Jeux Olympiques et Paralympiques avaient été cultivés presque entièrement dansominated the bouquets were grown in Miyagi, having been planted by parents whose children died in the disaster. The parents chose a hillside where their children had sought refuge from the effects of the tsunami. Delicate white and purple eustomas and Solomon's seals were grown in Fukushima - under a non-profit initiative set up to try to revive the local economy in the wake of the disaster, which had severely damaged agricultural production. The gentians, a small bright blue flower, were grown in Iwate, a coastal area that was devastated by giant waves in the 2011 disaster.
To complete the bouquet, there were strong green aspidistras, grown in Tokyo, and chosen to represent the host city.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot (MIRAITOWA) and Paralympic Games mascot (SOMEITY)
- The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games mascot was styled with the pattern from the Tokyo 2020 Games emblem, a tribute to both the respected tradition and modern innovation of Japanese culture. Miraitowa has a personality inspired by the Japanese proverb, “learn from the past and develop new ideas”.

Les tournesols jaune vif qui dominaient les bouquets ont été cultivés à Miyagi, plantés par des parents dont les enfants sont morts dans la catastrophe. Les parents choisirent une colline où leurs enfants avaient trouvé refuge contre les effets du tsunami. Les eustomas de couleur pourpre et d'un blanc délicat, ainsi que les Sceaux-de-Salomon furent cultivés à Fukushima - à l'initiative d'une organisation à but non lucratif, mise en place pour essayer de redonner vie à l'économie locale à la suite de la catastrophe, qui avait sérieusement nui à la production agricole. Les gentianes, une petite fleur d'un bleu vif, furent cultivées à Iwate, zone côtière qui fut dévastée par les vagues géantes lors de la catastrophe de 2011.
Pour finir le bouquet, il y avait des aspidistras d'un vert soutenu, cultivées à Tokyo et choisies pour représentée la ville hôte.

La mascotte des Jeux Olympiques de 2020 de Tokyo (Miraitowa) et la mascotte des Jeux Paralympiques (Someity)
La mascotte des Jeux Olympiques de 2020 de Tokyo fut conçue à partir du motif de l'emblème des Jeux Olympiques de 2020 de Tokyo, hommage à la fois à la tradition respectée et à l'innovation moderne de la culture japonaise. Miraitowa a une personnalité inspirée du proverbe japonais "apprends du passé et développe de nouvelles idées".
Maxwell C'est parfaitement compris !

Miraitowa is cheerful and remarkably athletic, with a very strong sense of integrity. It has a special power to teleport anywhere it wants, instantly.
The name Miraitowa is based on the Japanese words "mirai", meaning “future”, and "towa", meaning “eternity”, representing the wish that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will lead to a future of everlasting hope in the hearts of everyone around the world.
- The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games mascot is quite a cool character, with mighty powers and cherry blossom tactile sensors. Someity can use the sensors on the sides of its head for telepathic powers, fly using its cape and even move objects without touching them. Someity has a calm and quiet presence, guided by great inner strength, but can display superpowers that embody the toughness and determination of the Paralympic athletes. Someity loves being in nature, and can communicate with natural elements, such as stones and the wind.
The name Someity comes from a popular type of cherry blossom and the phrase "so mighty". Someity can show enormous mental and physical strength, representing Paralympic athletes who overcome obstacles and redefine the boundaries of possibility.

Miraitowa est joyeux et remarquablement athlétique, avec un très fort sens de l'intégrité. Il possède un pouvoir spécial lui permettant de se téléporter où il veut instantanément.
Le nom de Miraitowa est basé sur les mots japonais 'mirai', qui signifie 'avenir' et ' towa', qui veut dire éternité', représentant le souhait que les jeux Olympiques de Tokyo 2020 conduisent à un avenir d'espoir éternel dans le coeur de tous les habitants du monde.
- La mascotte des jeux paralympiques de Tokyo 2020 est un personnage assez décontracté, doté de pouvoirs puissants et de capteurs tactiles. Someity a des fleurs de cerisiers sur les côtés de la tête qui lui permettent de toucher ce qui l'entoure et qu'elle peut utiliser pour communiquer par télépathie, voler en utilisant sa cape et même déplacer des objets sans les toucher. Someity a une présence calme et tranquille, guidée par une grande force intérieure, mais peut faire preuve de superpouvoirs qui incarnent la ténacité et la détermination des athlètes
paralympiques. Someity aime être dans la nature et peut communiquer avec les éléments naturels, comme les pierres et le vent.
Le nom de Someity vient d'une espèce populaire de fleur de cerisier et de l'expression 'so mighty' qui signifie 'tellement puissant'. Someity peut faire preuve d'une énorme force mentale et physique symbolisant les athlètes paralympiques qui surmontent les obstacles et redéfinissent les limites du possible.
Parfait, Magie ! Bravo !

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