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Ai-je Tort ? (acoustic)

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World First: 3D Acoustic Cloaking Device Steven Cummer, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at Duke University and his lab has just revealed a three-dimensional pyramid-shaped device that can cloak an object from acoustic detection. The cloak has been described in a new paper published in Nature Materials. When sound waves hit an object, they bounce off and return to the point of origin. Active acoustic location is used in the animal kingdom as echolocation and those same principles have been used to develop sonar for human use.

This is in contrast to passive acoustic location, which detects sound waves created by something else in order to determine the object's location. Gender pervades a very large proportion of the French grammatical system. The gender of nouns affects the form of the determiners that modify them.

The determiners involved are the definite, indefinite and partitive articles, possessive, demonstrative, relative and interrogative adjectives, and negative and indefinite adjectives. These are dealt with in — The gender of nouns also affects agreement of adjectives, pronouns, past participles. These are dealt with in , , , , , Fortunately, there are some patterns that help with assigning the correct gender to a noun, some connected with the meaning of the noun, others with its form.

Unfortunately, there are exceptions to most patterns, and many nouns do not fall within these patterns. In such cases, the gender of the noun has to be learnt individually. In the following lists, normally, two examples will be given for each case, plus all the most common exceptions.

In addition to those examples that muddy the gender-assignment waters, there are other cases where it is difficult to guess the gender of a noun from its form, and there is no other recourse but to commit specific forms and genders to memory.

What follows is a list of reasonably common nouns whose gender may not be immediately obvious. There are a few exceptions. The first list consists of orthographic homonyms — identical in spelling and pronunciation. In many cases, one of the meanings is more common than the other. The second list is a small selection of homonyms that are pronounced the same but spelt differently and with different genders.

Such homonyms are extremely common in French and underline the importance of correct spelling in written French. Here are two of them. Sometimes the names for the two sexes of animals are closely connected, often the feminine being derived from the masculine — le chat, la chatte, le chien, la chienne, le lion, la lionne — and in such cases as these, it is the masculine form that serves as the generic.

In the case of le canard, la cane, it is the masculine form that is derived from the feminine, but the masculine form remains the generic. A number of different types of compound nouns exist. The gender of the compound noun depends upon the structure of the compound. Number Count and mass nouns Concrete nouns may be divided into two types according to whether they have a plural form or not. This is perfectly clear in written French.

However, in the majority of cases in spoken French, it is not possible to distinguish the plural form of a noun from the singular form in this way, since the —s is not sounded. Adjectives Adjectives Adjectives constitute a class of words that are used to qualify a noun — they may precede the noun une belle jupe , or follow it un pantalon gris , or occur at some distance from it cette voiture semble la meilleure.

The adjective agrees in gender and number with the noun that it qualifies. When the expression precedes the noun it qualifies, the past participle remains invariable, but, when it follows, it agrees with it. The comparative and superlative adjectives are placed before or after the noun according to the position of the adjective when it occurs by itself, although, if an expression that would normally precede the noun is felt to be too awkward there, it may be placed after it.

The article of the superlative form agrees with the gender of the noun qualified. Consequently, sometimes neither ne nor le will occur, at others one or the other, or both, will be used!

But it should be noted that the first two principles are not absolutely hard-and-fast, and adjectives occasionally occur in uncharacteristic positions. Generally speaking, however, it is wise to respect the traditional situation. This is particularly common in the media — in newspapers and magazines. Changing the position of an adjective from its traditional position after a noun to before it focuses attention on it and foregrounds the adjective.

This is a subtle matter which space does not permit detailed discussion of here. Parfaitement invisible, elle est moelleuse, fondante et onctueuse. On oublie, et puis on apprend que. On lit. On ne sait jamais. Cette lutte est la raison de vivre de sa fille. Chapter 6 Pronouns Pronouns The role of a pronoun is to help avoid repeating a noun phrase in its entirety and to act as a stand-in for it or abbreviation of it.

The pronoun thus enhances the cohesion of what is said or written by providing a short-hand form for a longer expression and binding the text of what is said or written more tightly together. But these must not prevent traffic from circulating on the public highway avoiding saying ces droits. For relative pronouns, see Personal pronouns Personal pronouns These may be organised according to the role they play in a sentence — whether they are the subject, direct object or indirect object of the verb, whether they are Although five different syntactic roles have been identified singular and plural , there are never five distinct forms corresponding to them — a maximum of four and a minimum of one in English there are never more than two different forms for the personal pronouns.

Consequently, some forms have more than one function eg me, te , some are confined to a particular person eg nous, vous , others apply to more than one person eg lui, leur. The following table lists the five syntactic roles for each person and the forms that correspond to them.

Faut-il le lui dire? It proves it to us once again with a very pretty surprise — a collection of jewellery. However, me, te become moi, toi, except when they are combined with en, y, in which case they remain as me, te.

They are linked to the verb and each other by a hyphen, except when me, te are combined with y, en. Faites tremper les haricots rouges une nuit. Another scenario involves a preceding direct object and the agreement of a past participle.

The gender and number of the preceding direct object are reflected in the form of the past participle. Or perhaps I should say they lost track of me. Consequently, vous resembles you in that it is used as both a singular and plural pronoun, but is different in that it is not used in certain circumstances in the singular.

The general principle is that tu is used among friends and work colleagues of the same or similar status, within the family and when an older person talks to a younger one, ie a child — in other words in informal, relaxed, domestic situations. Otherwise vous is used. To use tu too soon may be interpreted as being presumptuous and possibly offensive; to use it too late may make you seem priggish and distant! Comments are made at the end of the section.

In examples 2, 3 and 4, the reader is addressed as vous feminine singular — the writer does not know her audience personally but writes for a female reader. The contrast between examples 2, 3, 4 and examples 8 and 9 highlights well the delicacy and subtlety of the decision.

This is with names of professions, nationality and social status. Que pensez-vous des mannequins dans les magazines! In terms of agreement, ce is treated in exactly the same way as il; it is neuter — therefore, any adjective or past participle referring to it always occurs in the masculine, never the feminine. In general, ce has a wider application than il. However, since in English there is only one pronoun to fit all cases, it is important to know in French when to use one pronoun rather than the other.

Generally speaking, ce has a very vague, general value, referring to a context, an effect, an impression, rather than to a specific referent. What follows is a series of categories that require one pronoun rather than the other or, in some cases, that admit both. In translating ce different strategies may be used, as the examples below illustrate. Il est is never used in this way. The following examples illustrate the ways in which various sections can be highlighted.

Translating on into English, therefore, presents problems and choosing the most appropriate corresponding pronoun requires careful thought. A number of points will emerge from an examination of the following examples — 1 that on can be equivalent of almost any other pronoun, 2 that, just because it is used on a number of occasions in a single passage, that does not necessarily mean that it retains the same value throughout the passage; it is quite likely to change values from one occurrence to the next.

We have undoubtedly seen dubious witnesses shamelessly assembled on television — but rewarded — to dish up loads of nonsense without any proof In this example, the alternation between nous and on shows how they can be used interchangeably in a context where the referent of the pronouns is not defined.

We fall under the charm of his blue love-smitten eyes. Then we notice the guy, not bad at all In this example, on seems to have a number of values — very vague in the first two instances; the third could refer to the French nation as a whole; the fourth and fifth, those attending his concerts. On veut que les gens nous aiment je suppose. Of course, this is more obvious in written French than in spoken French, where agreements are often not noticeable.

On est aussi vulgaires? Are we as common as that? Then she even insists. Certains se lavent le nez sous la douche. In the next example, on covers the whole family and not just the mother. In the fourth example, the person referred to is a woman, consequently insistante.

In the last example, the author covers the possibility that the pronoun may refer to a girl or a guy by presenting the adjective in both genders. Je ne peux plus rien faire des quelques cheveux me restant. All you need is simply to opt for walking. Vous avez pris quelques kilos sans vous en rendre compte?

English tends not to pick up the concept in this way. In the last example, it anticipates the idea that follows. Note that only in example 2 does the English translation use an it. They are used for emphasis, when the pronoun is separated from the verb or follows a preposition, and in sentences without a verb. It was restricted to lovers who were married or engaged, but according to the participants not everyone was. Si je le repousse, il est abattu.

If I reject him, he gets depressed. Est-ce choquant? Is that shocking? What do you think of it? Je fais rire tout le monde, et je suis seule. You dare not not pay attention to it Demonstrative pronouns Demonstrative pronouns These are equivalent to English the one, this one, that one, those. The pronouns are very often combined with a relative pronoun. For demonstrative adjectives, see — This system is already in operation in Belgium, but it differs from the one envisaged for France.

They need to know how to avoid both types [the former as well as the latter]. Possessive pronouns Possessive pronouns These are the equivalent of English mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs. See — for possessive adjectives.

In these cases the linking de remains de, unless it is combined with the definite article — as in the examples below. The issue at stake with quantifying pronouns is whether, when the pronoun is subject of a verb, the verb should agree with the pronoun which is usually singular in form or the complement which is usually plural. Practice is to make the verb agree with the complement — a plural complement attracts a plural verb, a singular complement a singular verb. This sometimes leads to seeming anomalies, when the complement is not specified or is understood, since, in such cases, a singular pronoun will be accompanied by a plural verb.

Alors, adopte la formule buffet. Choisissez toujours une teinte proche de la couleur de vos cheveux, pas trop sombre, pour ne pas durcir votre regard. Tout de suite on est moins tendue. Bonne nouvelle,. Chaque jour piochez dans la liste pour.

Et le monde dans. Chapter 7 Determiners Determiners Determiners are those syntactic items which precede and qualify a noun. They comprise the definite le, la, les , indefinite un, une, des and partitive du, de la, des articles, the demonstrative adjectives ce, cet, cette, ces , the possessive adjectives mon, ma, mes, ton, son, notre, votre, leur, etc.

The articles The three articles The definite article corresponds, mostly, to English the and basically refers to something or somebody that has already been or is implicitly identified and specified. Later we discuss instances where no article is used — in such cases the term zero article seems appropriate; see The similarities and differences between the French and English systems will be dealt with in — Rusty barbed wire shot up from the brush surrounding walls of stone fortifications.

Intact German bunkers studded the land amongst the pock marks. Cliff side, we climbed down into one of these forts and looked out of the narrow aperture that the enemy once used to survey the English Channel. After missing the rare regional bus, we hitched a ride with a young couple from Chicago. Jeff and Cheryl took us four miles east to Omaha Beach, where we continued on foot toward Coleville-sur-mer.

In the peace that befell us on this narrow street, we walked almost in silence, save for comments like this every once in a while.

We felt at times that we had walked onto a movie set. But then we reminded ourselves that we were on the historical stage itself. Real men. Real boys. It all became so real. Emotion overcame me as I thought of the boy, my brother, who like the young men buried here, died too young. My heart spoke to the mothers and fathers, the brothers and sisters and sweethearts who received the brave and hopeful letters from loved ones already dead on the battlefield.

And now, here I am, standing before the grave of Private Otto Woodall. Tears stream down my face; my throat closes upon the cries that resonate within me. I only know that he was from Kentucky, that he jumped out of a plane with the st Airborne on the morning of June 6, , and that he died that same day.

My Kentucky brother, Otto Woodall, I dedicate this reflection to you. Looking north over your grave, I see the calm of the clear blue waters lapping at a solitary beach: so different from the day you died. The sky looks almost turquoise, almost cheerful, and the breeze off the coast delivers salty kisses your way. Later, I will join other Americans in folding it and retiring it for the night, but I will be the only one to think of you.

Thank you for the gift you have shared with me today. After gaining possession of the vitally-important cliffs, the regiment continued its attacks in the direction of St-Laurent-sur-mer. Despite devastating losses of men and material, the regiment took hold of the occupied territory as far as Isigny.

In fulfilling the assigned objectives, the regiment contributed in large part to the defeat of the enemy and the liberation of France. My translation. I originally finished this post and had been looking forward to publishing it in time for the anniversary of D-Day yesterday. Technical difficulties determined otherwise, however, and I had to retrieve what I could from memory this morning.

Small sacrifice, but disappointing nonetheless. Puis, une minute de silence. Des bunkers allemands intacts criblaient la campagne au milieu de ces cicatrices.

Des visages. Des lettres. De vrais hommes. De vrais garcons. Sign up! Voici mon secret. L'essentiel est invisible pour les yeux.

Here is my secret. It is very simple: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye. Il eut un petit sourire triste, avant de me dire.

Emmett, tu dois aller devant l'autel. Bella, tu m'accompagnes. Je me pressai contre son torse, et il me serra dans ses bras rassurants. Je souris doucement, satisfaite par de telles paroles, attrapai une chaise, afin de monter dessus. Il avait construit sa petite vie, comme un grand. Mon amie d'enfance. Avec des hauts, et des bas. Je le serrai de nouveau fort contre moi.

Je souris devant sa posture tendue. Je regardai mon neveu, avant de m'accroupir pour le prendre dans mes bras. Je me relevai, le tenant fermement contre moi, en chuchotant. Je me focalisai sur mon amie d'enfance, dans sa robe de princesse.

A quoi bon? Je le pris dans mes bras, occultant la fatigue qui prenait possession de mes muscles. Je souris devant ce tableau. Un mariage, un enfant.. Un amour indestructible. Intimement, je crois que son bonheur me suffit. Ce que je vis, cependant, me bloqua sur place.

Un klaxon insistant me sortit de ma paralysie. Personne d'autre. Viens rougir un peu par ici. Jasper rit, alors que mes joues s'empourpraient. Je ne relevai pas les yeux vers la foule, silencieuse, me contentant de dire. Les rires se firent entendre, et je souris timidement. Merci Dem. Ma gorge se serra, les larmes me montant aux yeux. Quoi qu'il en soit.. Je ne regrette pas. Je ne regrette rien de ce que j'ai pu faire pour toi.

Je ne peux que sourire et remercier le ciel. Alors oui.. Je te citerais, toi. Je ne regrette rien. Et je suis plus qu'heureuse de te laisser entre les mains d'une femme telle que Rosalie, aujourd'hui..

C'est tout ce que je veux pour toi, Emmett.. Papa serait fier de l'homme que tu es devenu. Il serait fier de toi. Je descendis de l'estrade, alors que des applaudissements se faisaient entendre. Il me regarda longuement, avant de me prendre dans ses bras en silence.

Sans un mot, je comprenais ce qu'il pensait. Je sortis enfin, le froid de l'hiver mordant mes joues sans perdre un instant. Je souris en voyant la neige tomber sur Seattle. Ils avaient tous pris une chambre ici, pour la nuit. Je soupirai quelque peu, sortant mon iPod de ma pochette. Ses deux prunelles vertes, si exceptionnelles, m'observant avec attention. Je ne voulais pas. Je ne pouvais plus. Et pourtant. En particulier avec lui.

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  7. Shakajar says:
    Lizzy, quand exactement ai-je eu tort? Lizzy, exactly when have I been wrong? Qu'ai-je laissé dans ce monde? What have I left for this world? Combien de temps ai-je été ici? How long have I been in here? Et comment ai-je gâché ta vie exactement? And how exactly did I ruin your life?
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  9. Nemuro says:
    Sep 17,  · I've been learning French lately and it's going fine but I'm still very slow. (stress on the very):/ I'm just a little unsure about the difference between 'je' and 'j'ai' They both mean 'I', but how are they used in sentences? Example: 'Je suis fatigué' Why can't it be 'J'ai suis fatigué'? or 'J'ai vécu à Singapour' Why not 'Je vécu à Singapour'?

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