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charlotte.12
charlotte.12 - Ominide - 39 Punti
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Ciao! Avrei bisogno di una mano con questi due es. di inglse..per favore..... :occhidolci :occhidolci

1) Bisogna inserire queste preposizioni al posto dei puntini, alcune le ho già inserite...

AT – BY – IN – FOR – FROM – OF – TROUGHT – TO – WITH
(si possono anche usare + di una volta)


Chaucer gives ………… his pilgrims a story which is suitable their character. FOR example the noble Knight tells a story that comes FROM the “courtly love tradition, which was started BY poets in the south of France IN the 1100s and spread ………… Europe. ……….. the “courtly love” tradition, a noble man falls IN love WITH a woman who he cannot have, either because she is long way away or married WITH another man. The lover suffers and prays a lot TO the god of love, but he stays faithful …………. his love, and always tries to act ……….. a noble way. The miller, who is drunk AT the time he tells his story, as a story which ………………. a way makes fun ………… the “courtly love” tradition. His story is also intended to make fun …………. the carpenter, one …………….. the pilgrims who the miller doesn’t like AT all.

2) Bisogna utilizzare le parole tra parentesi per creare un'altra parola da inserire al posto dei puntini.. la prima è di esempio, mentre le altre cinque già fatte le ho fatte io.. quindi non so se siano giuste...

In the wife of Bath’s tale, Chaucer uses the (TRADITION) traditional folk tale of the “Loathly Lady”. In the (EARLY) ………….. versions of this tale, which are very old and are found in Celtic (MITH) ……….., a woman has been put under a magic spell and has the (APPEAR) apparition of an ugly old woman. She can only break the spell if she asks a man for a kiss or even (MARRY)……….. and he agrees. But first she offers the man the (CHOOSE) …………… of having her “fair by day and foul (that is, ugly) by night” or “fair by night and foul by day”. Chaucer changes this: she can be foul and (FAITH) faithful or fair but not. The knight doesn’t choose himself; he leaves the (DECIDE) decision to the woman, and gives the Wife of Bath a feminist moral for her story.
In Celtic and medieval “Loathly Lady” tales, the woman is an (OUTSIDE) outsider ; she has to live far away from society, on her own. But, in spite of her (UGLY) …………… , people come often looking for her: she is the only person with some special (KNOW) knowledge that is important for the hero or for the society.

Grazie mille! :hi :hi

emanuel-inter
emanuel-inter - Erectus - 54 Punti
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1-Chaucer gives at his pilgrims a story which is suitable their character. FOR example the noble Knight tells a story that comes FROM the “courtly love tradition, which was started BY poets in the south of France IN the 1100s and spread in Europe. at the “courtly love” tradition, a noble man falls IN love WITH a woman who he cannot have, either because she is long way away or married WITH another man. The lover suffers and prays a lot TO the god of love, but he stays faithful to his love, and always tries to act with a noble way. The miller, who is drunk AT the time he tells his story, as a story which by a way makes fun at the “courtly love” tradition. His story is also intended to make fun the carpenter, one the pilgrims who the miller doesn’t like AT all.

2-In the wife of Bath’s tale, Chaucer uses the ( traditional folk tale of the “Loathly Lady”. In the FIRST versions of this tale, which are very old and are found in Celtic THE MITH, a woman has been put under a magic spell and has the apparition of an ugly old woman. She can only break the spell if she asks a man for a kiss or even THE WEDDING and he agrees. But first she offers the man the CHOISE of having her “fair by day and foul (that is, ugly) by night” or “fair by night and foul by day”. Chaucer changes this: she can be foul and faithful or fair but not. The knight doesn’t choose himself; he leaves the decision to the woman, and gives the Wife of Bath a feminist moral for her story.
In Celtic and medieval “Loathly Lady” tales, the woman is an outsider ; she has to live far away from society, on her own. But, in spite of her Ugliness , people come often looking for her: she is the only person with some special knowledge that is important for the hero or for the society.

to.choke;
to.choke; - Sapiens - 453 Punti
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AT – BY – IN – FOR – FROM – OF – THROUGH – TO – WITH

Chaucer gives TO his pilgrims a story which is suitable their character. FOR example the noble Knight tells a story that comes FROM the “courtly love tradition, which was started BY poets in the south of France IN the 1100s and spread THROUGHEurope. IN. the “courtly love” tradition, a noble man falls IN love WITH a woman who he cannot have, either because she is long way away or married WITH another man. The lover suffers and prays a lot TO the god of love, but he stays faithful TO his love, and always tries to act IN a noble way. The miller, who is drunk AT the time he tells his story, as a story which IN a way makes fun OF the “courtly love” tradition. His story is also intended to make fun OF the carpenter, one OF the pilgrims who the miller doesn’t like ATall.

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In the wife of Bath’s tale, Chaucer uses the (TRADITION) traditional folk tale of the “Loathly Lady”. In the (EARLY) earlest versions of this tale, which are very old and are found in Celtic (MYTH) mythology, a woman has been put under a magic spell and has the (APPEAR) appearance of an ugly old woman. She can only break the spell if she asks a man for a kiss or even (MARRY) marriage and he agrees. But first she offers the man the (CHOOSE) choise of having her “fair by day and foul (that is, ugly) by night” or “fair by night and foul by day”. Chaucer changes this: she can be foul and (FAITH) faithful or fair but not. The knight doesn’t choose himself; he leaves the (DECIDE) decision to the woman, and gives the Wife of Bath a feminist moral for her story.
In Celtic and medieval “Loathly Lady” tales, the woman is an (OUTSIDE) outsider; she has to live far away from society, on her own. But, in spite of her (UGLY) ugliness, people come often looking for her: she is the only person with some special (KNOW) knowledge that is important for the hero or for the society.

Dovrebbe andare bene, ma se notate qualcosa che non va fatelo presente! :3
Ps: Ho sottolineato e corretto delle parole che probabilmente avrai sbagliato a copiare (; Bye ♪

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