Anglais ou Américain ? les différences à connaître by Francois Carlier

By Francois Carlier

L’anglais n’a plus de secrets and techniques pour vous ? En êtes-vous bien sûr ?
Bien qu’il s’agisse de l. a. même langue, on recense de nombreuses différences entre les variétés britannique et américaine. Par exemple, un curriculum vitae en Grande-Bretagne est un résumé aux États-Unis ; le store britannique devient un shop américain… et l. a. liste est longue !
Pour vous aider à faire le aspect, vous trouverez dans ce advisor l’essentiel des différences à connaître. Vous pourrez ainsi utiliser le mot juste pour vous faire comprendre sans problèmes et éviter de fâcheuses incompréhensions des deux côtés de l’Atlantique !

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The newspaper is there. I went by taxi yesterday. Did you identify “the baby,” “who,” “you,” “the newspaper,” and “I” as the subject, and “milk,” “the telephone,” and “which” as the direct object? Subject and Direct Object Particles in Japanese We can now move on to the explanation of the subject particle -ga and the direct object particle -o. The particle -ga signals that the preceding noun phrase is the subject of the sentence; the particle -o signals that the preceding noun phrase is the direct object.

Yamada who is a teacher, rather than adding new information to Ms. Yamada’s description. To approximate “Ms. Yamada is a graduate student; she is also a teacher,” use the following as an alternative: ( ) Yamada-san-wa daigakuinsei-de, (dooji-ni) sensei-desu. “Ms. ” Checking your comprehension: Consider what sentence could precede the following sentence: Oda-san-mo Kanada-e ikimashita. “Mr. ” For related topics, see also Units 15 and 18. 37 18 Use of -wa and -mo presupposes a contextual set We have seen that the speaker refers to a previously mentioned thing or person using the particle -wa, as shown below : Ichi-ji-goro dareka kimashita-yo.

For related topics, see also Units 12 and 21. 21 12 Do not hesitate to use the same verb over and over again In Unit 11, we saw that answers in Japanese retain the same word order and the same verb as questions. This means that an exchange like the following is quite common: Kinoo ikimashita-ka. Ee, ikimashita. ” Do not hesitate to repeat the same verb in answering a question in Japanese. Unlike English auxiliary verbs, Japanese auxiliary verbs are not separate words; you cannot use them without verbs.

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