Celia D's texts
chimiste008.gif

Corrected text

Text 2 My plans for the future

After High school, I would like to do a Second Year Post-A-Level diploma in science because I'd like to work in a laboratory as I find this field interesting.
I want to do this Second Year Post-A-Level diploma by way of a 6-week-in (school), 6-week-out (on the job) training scheme because I would like to enter the world of work, to earn money to be independent.
But it's not easy to do this type of training scheme because it is necessary to find a boss before the start of the school year and to find a boss in a laboratory it is even harder.
If I don't find a boss, I would like to do an other Second Year Post-A-Level diploma in the same field but not under a training scheme.

Comment

Ok, interesting, but too many mistakes !

Your mark : 11/20

The original :

Text 2 My plans for the future

After the High school, I would like to do a Higher National Certificate in the field of science because I like to work in laboratory, and I find it interesting.
I want to do this HNC in training because I would like to enter in the world of the work, to win money for to be independent.
But it's not easy to be in training because it is necessary to find a boss before the start of the school year and to find a boss in a laboratory it is even harder.
If I don't find a boss, I would like to do an other HNC in the same field but not in training.

Corrected text

Text 1 On your Eurobike

The text was written on 9 March 1996, and was published in The Guardian which is an English newpaper. It is entitled "On your Eurobike".
The journalist is surprised because people don't take advantage of their right to work and settle in other countries.
The European Commission launched a scheme called EURES ( European Employement Services ) which is a trans-national employment agency covering all the countries of the European economic area.
The aim of the scheme is to help workers and employers set up and integrated labour market.
EURES give jobs seekers details of job vacancies in the various European countries together with information about living and working conditions, accomodation
It started modestly with a data bank of around 600 jobs vacancies. The figure now exceeds 5000.
It is financed by the European Commission in partnership with national public employment services.
Language skills are important and pose a problem for the UK applicants since only 1/2 of them are fluent in another European language.
However , EURES cannot solve Europe's huge unemployment problem by itself.
But by treating the EU as a single, integrated labour market it is hastening the day when Europeans will break out of their national boundaries into the expanded opportunities of the next century.

The original text:

Text 1 On your Eurobike

The text was writting the 9 March 1996, and was publishing by The Guardian who is a newpaper. He is intiltled "On your Eurobike".
The journalist is surprised because people don't take advantage of their right to work and settle in other countries.
The european comission launched a scheme who called EURES ( European Employement Services ) wich is a transnational employment agency covering all the countries of the european economic area.
The aim of the scheme is to help workers and employers sel up and integrated labour market.
EURES give jobs seakers details of job vacancies in the various European countries together with information about living and working conditions, accomodations …
It started modestly with a data bank of around 600 jobs vacancies. The figure now exceeds 5000.
It financed by the European comission in parmership with national public employment services.
Language skills are important and pose a problem because for the UK applicants since only 1/2 of them are fluent in another european language.
EURES cannot solve Europe's huge unemployment problem by itself.
But by treating the EU as a single, integrated labour market it is hastenning the day when Europeans will break out of their national boundaries into the expanted opportunities of the next century.