Video Montreal

FranBouvier
Alguém poderia me escrever o que o video fala em ingles mesmo , eu entendo algumas coisas mas tem palavras que eu não consigo entender
Obrigada!
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claudemircloud 125 1
Não consigo entender muita coisa não mas, vou transcrever o que entendi ou acho que entendi e o restante, e que restante, vai ficar assim.........:

Montreal is a metropule between.......and inumerous architecture highlight. From the...... ....... ..... you can see the downtown carrying?.......by a glass complited ......The population ove around 3 and halp milion people come from eighty different ethnic groups. You ....neighbourhood nice elegant sky papers. The cross at.... ... ..is another icon.Although by .......all of english Montreal is the largest French stick city in the world ....... the city has a distinct in............styllish bloodying all??...........In a excellent subway system connects the most extensive undeground city in the world. The subway joins over 2 thousands shops and restaurants .....eighteen miles network captains and join pazas. The ..... .... along the street of sandne??.... disigned butiquestaken the place along the side canadians disigners. And this amount.....................the also has green market.
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uuffann.. finalmente.....eu sei, eu sei.. tem parte aí que não tem nem sentido...mas foi o que eu achei que entendi...isso foi só uma tentativa

Aguardando uma completada e melhorada no texto..

Dude Spell 135 2
Depois do trabalhão do Claudemir, fui corrigindo tudo até o final, pesquisando nomes de ruas e tal. Como faltou alguma coisa fui pesquisar no Google e pumba: acho a transcrição do vídeo.

Pelo menos valeu pra praticar e corrigir os meus erros... :evil:
Montreal is a metropolis with an old port and numerous architectural highlight.

From the Belvedere atop Mt. Royal, you can see that the downtown is characterized by a cowering glass and concrete silhouette. With population of around 3.5 million people come from 80 different ethnic groups with charming neighborhoods nestled around the elegant skyscrapers.

Across atop Mt. Royal is a beacon and the Olympic Stadium is another icon. Although bilingual with English, Montreal is the largest French speaking city in the world after Paris. This city has a distinct European flare stylishly blending the old with the new.

An excellent subway system connects the most extensive underground city in the world. This subway joins over 2000 shops and restaurants via an 18-mile network of tunnels and indoor plazas.

The fashion industry flourishes along the street of Saint Denis, Loreal and Sherbrooke. Designer boutiques take their place alongside Canadian designers in this multi ethnic crossroads that also has great markets. You cant visit Montreal without sampling a bagel or dropping by the famed church of Brother Andre. Located in old Montreal, Notre Dame Basilica was the location of Celine Dions wedding.

The area known as old Montreal has been a popular center since the city was founded in 1642. Whats been preserved of the area is a remarkable testimony to all of the bygone eras and visitors just love to bask in the history of romance of the shops and sidewalk cafes.

The square here is alive with artisans. It was built in the first half of the 1800s and continues to be a meeting place for diverse people. Visit the Montreal Museum of Archeology and surrounding parks. Grand Victorian homes and quaint ethnic districts bring character to a city that likes to play outdoors that was named the number one city in North America for cycling.

With an ideal situation on the St. Lawrence River, both tourists get passengers and original encounter with the history and geography of Montreal.

claudemircloud 125 1
Wow.. parabéns dude, um dia vou conseguir fazer isso. Meus listening tá muito fraco ainda.. mas até conseguir vou tentando e errando muito. Percebi que um desafio a mais são os nomes de ruas... cara eu me perdi todo nesses..lol.

regards

FranBouvier
Muitooooooooooooo Obrigada mesmo , e desculpa pelo trabalhão.

Valewwww :D

Dude Spell 135 2
claudemircloud escreveu:Percebi que um desafio a mais são os nomes de ruas... cara eu me perdi todo nesses..lol.
Comigo foi assim: eu entendi Loreal, então fui no Google e pesquisei Montreal Rue Loreal. Aí já veio a Saint Denis junto nas respostas, busquei a Saint Denis no Google Maps e procurei uma perto que parecesse com o que entendia do áudio da rua que faltava.

O difícil, e foi o que ficou pro final, foi bagel. Foi procurando sampling a bagel que achei a transcrição.

Pela dificuldade do contexto, achei que sua transcrição tava muito boa, por isso me animei a corrigir, era pouquinho o que exigia correção. Pra eu fazer transcrição só se a caxumba descer, tem que ter muito saco. :cry:
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Flavia.lm 3960 1 9 90
Fran, are you planning to visit there?

FranBouvier
Yes i would like to go there next year :D what about you??

Flavia.lm 3960 1 9 90
I was there in 2007 for a couple of days and I do recommend it!
Prepare to listen to much French, and in case you go during winter don't forget the coat, scarf, wooly hat, special socks, boots, gloves, etc etc etc.

FranBouvier
Flavia.lm escreveu:I was there in 2007 for a couple of days and I do recommend it!
Prepare to listen to much French, and in case you go during winter don't forget the coat, scarf, wooly hat, special socks, boots, gloves, etc etc etc.
OMG You are lucky , i want to go there :(
Montreal is so beautiful and fantastic city :)
Plz tell more information about Montreal .....

Flavia.lm 3960 1 9 90
Fran, I'm afraid I can't help you much on this because I spent only four days there, I was attending a training and did not have much time to visit the city (even if I had had, I think I would stay in because it was cooooold :o ). The company I work for is in Sherbrook St; I also walked along St Catherine Street (the most famous, with beautiful churches and many stores - and Place des Arts! (nice place). The subway system ("metro" there) is very very old but much more efficient than the one we have in SP. It was really nice to see "normal" people (families, old people, children) talking in French. I had the opportunity to visit a neighbourhood that was not very close to downtown and people there simply did not speak English! (poor me). Almost all houses are made of wood. It was interesting that both in the hotel and in a friend's house there were no lamps on the ceiling like we have here - they use various lampshades instead. Eletronics are way cheaper there. I visited the Casino - :o - it is inside Gilles Villeneune circuit (autódromo). I bet some C$ 0.25 coins and won SIX DOLLARS :D

ahhhh!!!! agora deu saudade!!!! :( :( :(
I remember my teacher asked a "My trip" composition when I returned, I'll be looking for that during the weekend and in case it has any other 'relevant' information I'll post it here.

FranBouvier
Thank u :D It's enough
I want to go there next year to study English , but just for one month
I would like to be for three months but my mom said : Francine are you crazy i can't live without for three months :(
But i'm afraid to get there and don't understand what people say etc ( i'm shy )
This trip is making me crazy :(

(sorry my english is terrible)

Flavia.lm 3960 1 9 90
"This trip is making me crazy" - it's normal to have butterflies in your stomach, but now you have more than 15.000 forum members to share your anxieties involving the English language ;)

"But i'm afraid to get there and don't understand what people say etc ( i'm shy )"
“We learn by making mistakes” - Please read: Só aprende inglês quem é sem vergonha!

"sorry my english is terrible"
Ah, do me a favor! Terrible é a atitude daquele bando de gente preguiçosa que só vive reclamando de não saber falar inglês mas não tem atitude de se inscrever num fórum, quem dirá de planejar um intercâmbio. E não é isso que vc está fazendo?

FranBouvier
Flavia.lm escreveu:"This trip is making me crazy" - it's normal to have butterflies in your stomach, but now you have more than 15.000 forum members to share your anxieties involving the English language ;)

"But i'm afraid to get there and don't understand what people say etc ( i'm shy )"
“We learn by making mistakes” - Please read: Só aprende inglês quem é sem vergonha!

"sorry my english is terrible"
Ah, do me a favor! Terrible é a atitude daquele bando de gente preguiçosa que só vive reclamando de não saber falar inglês mas não tem atitude de se inscrever num fórum, quem dirá de planejar um intercâmbio. E não é isso que vc está fazendo?
Só aprende inglês quem é sem vergonha! kkkkkkkkkkk Gosteiiii
Eu acho que vou te que ser sem vergonha kkkk
Thank uuuu dear !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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