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Master Translator: Exercise 12

31 Dic

la forma passiva
(vedi articolo
)

Master Translator• intermediate

Tradurre utilizzando la forma passiva in inglese.

  1. Di solito si trova questo tipo di farfalla vicino ai laghi o ai fiumi.
  2. Hanno portato l’ibisco in Europa dall’Asia prima del 17° secolo.
  3. Apriranno la nuova riserva naturale a maggio l’anno prossimo. (will)
  4. Bracconieri hanno ucciso più di 100,000 elefanti negli ultimi tre anni.
  5. Stavano liberando tutte le tartarughe quando siamo arrivati.
  6. Dovete pulire queste gabbie almeno due volte al giorno.
  7. Avevano avvisato i turisti del possibile pericolo di dormire in tende.
  8. Trasferiranno queste giraffe in un’altra riserva più grande. (going to)
  9. Stanno distruggendo le foreste perché vogliono usare la terra per produrre olio di palma.
  10. A volte si possono vedere lupi in queste colline.
  • Se vuoi un riscontro diretto, lascia le tue versioni nei commenti.
  • Altrimenti aspetta che pubblico le mie versioni tra qualche giorno.
  • Non guardare i commenti degli altri se non vuoi farti influenzare.

BUON LAVORO!


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  1. Sandro

    17 marzo 2017 at 11:57

    1. This kind of butterfly is usually found near lakes or rivers
    2. The ibiscus has been brought to Europe from Asia before the 17th
    century
    3. Next year the new natural reserve will be opened on May
    4. More than 100.000 elephants have been killed in the last three years
    by the poachers
    5. All the turtles were being freed when we arrived
    6. These cages have to be cleaned twice a day by you
    7. The tourists had been worned about the possible danger of sleeping in
    tents
    8. These giraffes are going to be moved in another bigger reserve
    9. The forests have being destroyed because they want to use the land to
    make palm oil
    10. Some times the wolves may be seen on these hils

     
    • Tony

      18 marzo 2017 at 08:05

      Hi Sandro. Thanks for joining in the fun! If you look down the comments, you will find my correct versions which you can use to check yours. When you have finished checking, if you have any questions, feel free to ask…

       
  2. eleonoramaria

    30 marzo 2016 at 19:19

    ok…
    1)Usually this kind of butterfly is found near the lakes or the rivers.
    2) The hibiscus has been bring in Europe from Asia, before the 17th century.
    3) The new natural reserve will be opened the next year at May.
    4) More than one hundred thousend elephants have been killed by poachers in the last three years.
    5) All turtles are being released when we arrived.
    6) This cages have to be cleaned two times at day at least !
    7) The tourists have been informed about the possible danger to sleep in a tents.
    8) This giraffes are going to be relocated in a bigger reserve.
    9) The forests are being destroyed because they want to use the soil to produce palma oil.
    10) Sometimes, the wolves can be seen in these hills.
    Le ho confrontate con le tue traduzioni, ma le ho lasciate come le ho tadotte, così puoi spiegarmi gli strafalcioni ! 🙂
    Thanks

     
    • Tony

      30 marzo 2016 at 20:03

      1) niente articoli perchè parliamo in modo generico di sostantivi al plurale
      2) past simple (fatto storico) / “to” Europe (movimento)
      3) “natural” = “naturale” (non va bene) – usiamo “nature” come aggettivo invece / “in” May / “next year” senza articolo)
      4) OK
      5) “were being released” (past continuous passive) – l’azione era già in corso
      6) “These” cages / two times = “twice” / “twice a day” (si usa l’articolo)
      7) La traduzione richiede un “trapassato” / pericolo di = “danger of” + gerundio
      8) “These” giraffes / il resto va anche bene pur non essendo forse la foma più tipica
      9) soil è “suolo” – può anche andare ma “land” è più naturale in questo contesto = terraino
      10) niente articolo perchè parliamo in modo generico di un sostantivo al plurale

      Se vuoi maggiore spiegazione fammi sapere…

       
      • eleonoramaria

        31 marzo 2016 at 12:56

        Grazie delle correzioni.
        Che disastro ! 😦
        Immaginavo di aver fatto errori sui modi dei tempi. La “consecutio temporum” non è mai stata il mio forte !
        Forse sono troppo vecchia per imparare.
        Mia sorella ora vive in UK , a Corby, dove è stata assunta a tempo indeterminato ( é microbiologa e qui in Italia è un disastro) .
        Quindi vorremmo riunire la famiglia. Siamo rimaste io e mia madre in Italia e mi sto muovendo per ” mollare gli ormeggi” e andare anche noi a Corby.
        Per questo guardo film in inglese e studio, ma sono un pò demoralizzata.
        Più che altro la mia paura è di non capire un bel niente.
        Buona giornata ,
        eleonora.

         
        • Tony

          31 marzo 2016 at 13:01

          Finché la maggior parte degli errori che fai sono errori che non impediscono la comprensione (e di fatto è così) non ti devi demoralizzare. Va bene. Poi, vedrai che una volta lì basteranno poche settimane per aggiustare tutto. Il “full immersion” è efficacissimo quando ci sono già delle basi discreti.

           
          • eleonoramaria

            31 marzo 2016 at 17:02

            Grazie , per incoraggiamento 🙂

             
  3. Tony Lawson

    3 gennaio 2016 at 08:23

    ECCO LE MIE VERSIONI
    È sempre possibile che ci siano delle buone versioni alternative.
    Per qualsiasi dubbio, non esitare di chiedere.

    1. This kind of butterfly is usually found near/close to rivers or lakes.
    2. The hibiscus was brought to Europe from Asia before the 17th century.
    3. The new nature reserve will be opened in May next year.
    4. More than 100,000 elephants have been killed by poachers over/in the last three years.
    5. When we arrived, all the turtles were being freed/released.
    6. These cages must be cleaned at least twice a day.
    7. The tourists had been warned about the possible danger of sleeping in tents.
    8. These giraffes are going to be moved to/into a bigger reserve.
    9. The forests are being destroyed because they want to use the land (in order) to produce palm oil.
    10. Sometimes wolves can be seen in/on these hills.

     
  4. Felice Radogna

    1 gennaio 2016 at 19:54

    1.This kind of butterfly is usually found close to rivers or lakes.
    2.Ibiscus was brought to Europe from Asia before the 17th century.
    3.the new natural reserve will be opened on May next year.
    4. More than 100 thousand elephants has been killed by poachers over the last three years.
    5. When we arrived, all the turtles were being released
    6. These cages must be clean at least twice a day
    7. The tourist have be warned about the possible danger of sleeping in tents.
    8. These giraffes are going to be moved into a bigger reserve
    9. The forest are being destroyed becouse they want to use the ground in order to produce palm oil
    10. Sometimes wolves can be seen in these hills.

     
  5. giovanna

    1 gennaio 2016 at 13:50

    1) This butterfly is usually found near lakes or rivers.
    2) Ibiscus was taken to Europe from Asia before the 17th century.
    3) The new natural reserve will be opened in May next year.
    4) More than 100,000 elephants were killed by poachers in the last three years.
    5) All of the turtles/ tortoises were being released when we arrived.
    6) These cages must be cleaned at least twice a day.
    7) The tourists have been warned about the possible danger of sleeping in tents.
    8) These giraffes are going to be moved to another bigger reserve.
    9) The forrests are being destroyed because they want to use the land to produce palm oil.
    10) Sometimes the wolves can be seen on these hills.

     
    • Tony Lawson

      3 gennaio 2016 at 08:27

      Hi Giovanna. A good effort! You can check your verisons now and let me know if you have any doubts. 🙂

       
  6. Lorena

    1 gennaio 2016 at 11:30

    1) Usually this kind of butterfly is being found near lakes or rivers.
    2)Hibiscus has been brought in Europe from the Asia before 17° century.
    3) The new natural reseve will be openedin May the next year.
    4)More than 100.000 elephants have been killed in the last three year.
    5)All turtles were being liberated when we arrived.
    6)These cages must be cleaned at least twice a day by you.
    7)Possible touristes had been warned of the liklely danger of sleeping inside tent.
    8) These giraffes are going to be transfered in another reserve more large.
    9)Forestes are being destroyed because they want to use the ground to produceoil palm’s oil.
    10)Sometimes wolves can be seen in these hills.

     
    • Tony Lawson

      3 gennaio 2016 at 08:28

      Hi Lorena. Some problems with verb tenses and with the definite article but a pretty good effort. 🙂

       
  7. roberta

    31 dicembre 2015 at 15:38

    🙂

    1.This kind of batterfly is usually found near lakes or rivers.
    2.hibiscus was brought to Europe from Asia before the 17th century.
    3.The new natural reserve will be opened in May next year.
    4.more than 100.000 elephants have been killed by poachers over the last three years.
    5.When we arrived,all the turtles were being set free (freed) (rescued) .
    6.These cages must be cleaned at least twice a day.
    7.Tourists had been warned about the real danger (risk) of sleeping in tents.
    8.These giraffes are going to be moved (transferred) into a bigger reserve.
    9.forests are being destroyed because they want to use the ground in order to produce palm oil ( because the ground will be used to produce ….).
    10.Sometimes wolves can be seen around these hills(on these hills).

     
    • Tony Lawson

      3 gennaio 2016 at 08:29

      Hi Roberta. Good effort. Just a few minor mistakes. Well done. 🙂

       
      • roberta

        3 gennaio 2016 at 11:25

        🙂 ..see you soon

         

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