Trad. Thème FR>ENG

Bonjour !

Aujourd’hui, je vous présente une traduction Thème (du français vers l’anglais) d’un article du journal Le Monde. Cela fait un moment que je n’en ai pas fait et je m’inquiète un peu quant à la fluidité de mes langues d’arrivées. Je commence avec l’anglais car elle est officiellement ma langue B. Mon objectif est d’avoir une combinaison ABBBC (Français-Anglais-Espagnol-Chinois-Allemand), alors il faut que je maîtrise parfaitement l’exercice du Thème. Vous allez pouvoir lire la traduction en anglais sans lire le texte initial, que vous pouvez retrouver sur le site du journal ici.

Traduction

A World built on sand

Since Antiquity, civilizations have been built on simple raw materials like clay, straw and solid stone blocks. Ours, is built on sand. It is by far the most used of all the raw materials consumed by Man, alongside with gravels and various kinds of pebbles, which are included in the production of concrete. It is consumed nearly ten times more than oil and gas on the planet. In the 20th century, we have used up to thirty-four  times more building materials compared to the past centuries; and according to the latest report of the OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development), released this Tuesday, October 23, this dependency will be even greater in the coming decades. material consumption, predominantly sand and stone, is expected to double by 2060, with the obvious consequences on the natural environments, climate and pollution (representing ten percent of the greenhouse gas emissions).

The first reason for this dependency growth is the growing population which should increase from seven to nine million. The second reason is urbanization, which should affect two-thirds of the World’s inhabitants in 2060. Of course, let’s not forget the economic growth which has a rather paradoxical snowball effect. Beyond a certain level, the more it increases, the more its appetite decreases. In the most highly-developed countries, the progress in economic growth consumes less raw materials. This is the case in Europe or in the United-States and it’s starting to be the case in China. China, where nearly half of the World’s cranes operate should stabilize its consumption of construction materials at twenty-four Gigatonnes, still one quarter of the World’s total consumption, without further increase. This is the reason why the amount of raw materials should “simply” double if the global wealth (World’s Gross Domestic Product) is expected to quadruple between 2011 and 2060.

No 100% recycling

The first limiting factor is a change in the structure of the economy. It is moving towards the tertiary sector so it needs for raw materials are lower than those of an industrial society. Even though a part of this transformation comes from the relocation of resource-intensive activities to the developing countries.

The other factor is technology, especially in terms of recycling. The estimated rise of the price of the raw materials will have a positive impact on this sector, which is more intensive in workforce than the mining sector; it should develop faster than extraction but barely enough to stop it. According to the OECD experts, the dream of having a hundred percent circular economy will remain unattainable. The demand will be so high that it will easily soak up both primary and secondary materials. Therefore, how can we imagine a society that is sober, prosperous and sustainable? An economy overcoming its appetite for sand will be the biggest challenge that capitalism will have to face in the twenty-first century.

 

Des difficultés?

Par où je commence? On se doute bien que traduire dans une langue qui n’est pas la nôtre n’est pas chose facile surtout pour ce qui est des articles de journaux. J’ai eu du mal à traduire plusieurs mots et expressions qui semblent pourtant acquis. Le langage journalistique est plein de tournures grammaticales complexes, d’expressions imagées, j’irais même jusqu’à dire qu’elles sont colorées! Ma technique est je pense, semblable à celle de tous les traducteurs: lire le texte et essayer de traduire au fur et à mesure, noter/souligner les mots que je ne connais pas ou que j’ai du mal à traduire. Quand je commence à traduire, je ne traduis pas littéralement, je traduis surtout le sens des phrases car dans la langue d’arrivée les choses ne sont pas dites ou comprises de la même façon. Le but c’est de se rapprocher au maximum du texte. Je passe beaucoup plus de temps sur un texte que je traduis à la maison, qu’un texte que je dois traduire durant un partiel, parce que la traduction c’est avant tout un travail de recherche; savoir utiliser les outils à notre disposition et trouver les expressions exactes. Durant un partiel, nous n’avons pas le droit aux dictionnaires ou autres outils ce qui est dommage car le plus souvent nous nous reposons sur nos acquis et nous n’enrichissons pas notre vocabulaire. Bref, j’ai noté tous les mots, expressions et notions que j’ai eu à chercher pendant mon travail. Les principaux outils qui ont été utilisés sont: Linguee.com, Word-reference, Google Traduction. Je sais, Google Traduction a mauvaise réputation, mais ça nous donne une idée du sens de la phrase et nous pouvons par la suite effectuer des corrections pour l’améliorer. Ce qui prouve que même si nous vivons dans un Monde qui tourne autour des machines, un logiciel de traduction ne pourra jamais être au niveau d’un Humain Traducteur/Interprète.

Mots, Expressions et Notions

matériaux de construction = construction materials, building materials

“rentre (dans le sens ici de “inclure”) dans la production de béton” = included in the production of concrete

émissions de gaz à effet de serre = greenhouse gas emissions

consommation de matériaux = material consumption

majoritairement, surtout = predominantly

pertes et profits = gains and losses / profits and losses

l’accroissement de la population = population growth/ growing population/ demographic growth/ population increase

croissance économique = economic growth/ growing economy

urbanisation = urbanization

depuis l’Antiquité = since Antiquity/ ancient times

matières premières = raw materials

ressources naturelles = natural resources 

solides blocs de pierre = solid stone blocks

consommer = use up, consume

“avec ses cousins graviers et cailloux” = alongside with gravels and pebbles 

le béton = concrete

richesse globale = global wealth/ overall wealth

le défi = challenge

les pays les plus développés = the most-highly developed countries/ most developed countries

la progression économique = economic progress/ the progress in the economic growth

l’empire du Milieu = The Middle Kingdom (ici j’ai gardé la “Chine”) 

résister à, supporter = withstand

une grue (construction) = crane

“multiplié par 4” = quadrupled

se contenter de = ici j’ai utilisé “simply” mais je continue de chercher un sens plus précis

Produit Intérieur Brut Mondial = World’s Gross Domestic Product

recyclage (des déchets) = recycling/ waste recycling/ recycling of waste

Société Industrielle = industrial society

“les activités gourmandes en ressources” = resource-intensive activities

Pays en développement = Developing Countries

“la hausse prévue” = the estimated/ expected/ forecast growth

économie circulaire = circular economy

“absorber allègrement” = easily absorb/ soak up 

 

 

 

My Best Friend, Rory GILMORE

The series has two protagonists: witty “thirty-something” mother Lorelai Gilmore and her intellectual teenage daughter Rory. Their backstory is established early in the show: Lorelai grew up in Hartford with her old moneyparents, Richard and Emily, but always felt stifled by this environment. She accidentally became pregnant at age sixteen and left home a year later to raise Rory in the close-knit town of Stars Hollow. Lorelai found work and shelter at the Independence Inn, where she eventually progressed from maid to executive manager. Lorelai and Rory develop a very close relationship, living like best friends, and Lorelai is proud of the independent life she has formed away from her parents. In the pilot episode, she is forced to go to them when Rory is admitted to Chilton Preparatory School, but she cannot afford the tuition fees. Emily and Richard agree to provide a loan, so long as the girls join them every Friday night for dinner. This sets up the show’s primary conflict, as the Gilmores are forced to face their differences and complicated past. The contrasting mother–daughter relationships of Emily–Lorelai and Lorelai–Rory become a defining theme of the show. Series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has summarized the core of Gilmore Girls:

“I think the theme was always family and connection. I always felt like the underlying thing about Gilmore was that, if you happened to be born into a family that doesn’t really understand you, go out and make your own. That’s what Lorelai did. She went out and she made her own family. The ironic twist in her life is that then this daughter that she created this half family for, likes the family that she left. It was a cycle of crazy family.”

The series also focuses on both girls’ ambition: Rory to attend an Ivy League college and become a journalist, and Lorelai to open an inn with her best friend Sookie St. James. The romantic relationships of the protagonists are another key feature; throughout the series Lorelai has a “will-they-won’t-they” dynamic with her friend, local diner owner Luke Danes, while also harboring unresolved feelings for Rory’s father, Christopher Hayden. Rory has three boyfriends during the run of the show – local boy Dean Forrester, mysterious, well read bad boy Jess Mariano, and wealthy charismatic Logan Huntzberger. The quirky townspeople of Stars Hollow are a constant presence. Along with series-long and season-long arcs, Gilmore Girls is also episodic in nature, with mini-plots within each episode – such as a town festival, an issue at Lorelai’s inn, or a school project of Rory’s.

Source: Wikipedia

It’s a Mother-Daughter thing…

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This show aired in October 2000 and I remember watching it when I was 15-16 years old. Rory Gilmore became my best friend at first sight. If you’ve read my previous posts, you’ll probably think that I hate western series and movies, but that’s not the case. I used to love a lot of movies and shows and I will be writing about it more and more. You will then understand where I’m heading at, starting with Rory G.

Rory is a 16 year-old girl who lives with a mother and barely knows her father. She is very smart, she loves to read, she studies very hard to fulfill her dream which is studying at Harvard after finishing High School. She has a strong relationship with her mother, she trusts her, she’s her best friend.Well, when I watched the first episode, I felt I had so much in common with her. I also grew up with my mom, without a father and few friends. I was very smart, shy, I had (and still have) a strong relationship. I was literally seeing my own life on TV. Thanks to Rory, I started reading and dreaming of having my own dream to follow and work hard for. I admired her steadiness and sometimes envied her stable life. She didn’t have any major problems and she would always stay focused on her dream not matter what. When she fell in love for the first time, then broke up, I was as devastated as she was, I could feel every emotions and sometimes wished I was there with her to ease the pain. I had never felt so connected to anyone like I was with Rory Gilmore. This is the kind of show I really loved to watch from Hollywood even though they also paved the way for teenage sex (Rory did her first time with her ex-boyfriend who happened to be married at the time, but thank God she was already 18 and studying at Yale University), it was less obvious than today.

After all that’s been said, I recommend this show to anyone who’s looking for an inspiring role model especially if you have a teenage daughter. I love this show so much that I usually watch the 7 seasons every year, in September, when school is about to start. Actually, I think I will just buy the whole 7 seasons on the iTunes Store and watch it on my iPad, in English of course.

 

Did the movie Pretty Woman pave the way for the “sugar daddies” of our time ?

Before I start talking about the main subject in this new article, I would like to point out that I’m trying to raise awareness about how some ideas are being implemented in our minds or in the minds of our children. Actually I’m a young adult who will turn 27 this year and because of my experience of going through so much at a young age, I want these things to be out and I don’t want to hear anyone tell me “oh, it’s okay, you know, that’s just the way it is“, NO, it’s not. I wish I had someone back then to teach me those things. Anyway, most of the time I will use movies I’ve been watching as an example. In today’s article, I will focus on Pretty Woman, famous movie released in the early 90’s about a billionaire who end up falling in love with a prostitute.

Let’s have our first Critical Thinking…

I remember when I first saw this movie I thought to myself: why would I take this woman as an example? I mean there’s nothing to be proud about being a prostitute, these women are having a really hard time out there, and instead of helping them, raise awareness and protect them, this society is making money out of their misery… what was the true purpose of this movie?

Then… the sugar daddies started to become popular (or sugar mommies). At first you might think it’s nothing, but then you start to realize that these men and women are just disgusting pedophiles with pervy minds who just want to take advantage of young girls or young boys who are struggling to make ends meet…

Nowadays, you can find these kinds of movies anywhere which includes babysitters having sexual intercourses with the kids’dad for money or gifts and more. I used to watch a lot of them because I thought something was off, but I didn’t know what it was. Now, it’s obvious that they are trying to force this on us subconsciously so that when time comes with a Law, we won’t be able to do anything about it, just like some other Laws which are forced on us. 

What’s the impact in 2018?

Well, You know what they say: “(the love of) Money is the root of all evil” and 2018 (since 2007) has shown and continue to show us that some people are willing to do absolutely anything to become rich and famous.

Today, it’s particularly difficult to have a decent life when you have a child, bills to pay even more for us students. Some of us may have our parents to support us, but for those who are completely depending on themselves, life becomes unbearable. And why is that? Because we live in a consumption society and all the advertising is driving people crazy. They want new clothes, new shoes, new phones, computers, tablets etc, and if you’re not part of it you are stigmatized by everybody around you which oftentimes leads to depression, anxiety and let’s go as far as to add that some people even commit suicide because they can’t take it anymore… 

Following these situations, some young students started to look for new ways to get more money and live comfortably, like having a SUGAR DADDY. Let’s read a definition from the Urban dictionary: A Sugar Daddy is a boyfriend who comes with financial benefits. Sugar benefactors can help to cover tuition, bills, and frequently enjoy bestowing gifts upon their partners. Sugar Daddies exist on three levels. The Splenda Daddy is on the lowest end. He promises to shower a partner with cash and gifts, but often is limited by his income. Next is the Sugar Daddy who has a budgeted amount of sugar funds that he allocates to his sugar partner on a weekly or monthly basis. Last is a Honey Daddy who is the cream of the crop. His income has no bounds, and he can easily support multiple sugar partners. According to this definition, isn’t it a sort of “new age” prostitution? I think so and it would be either hypocritical or delusional to think otherwise. There is a major influence and we all dream at times of having our very own Edward Lewis. Moreover, this Society is pushing it with huge marketing campaigns, you can find Apps or websites promoting these kinds of relationships. A new kind of social platform where you sign in and you can choose the kind of men you want to date. You can find many profiles and have access to the man’s CV and yearly income. And trust me, it works! These platforms are very popular. I remember one day when I was randomly watching the news on TV, they did a little documentary presenting a man with his girlfriend, she was 22 and he was 55. They were very comfortable and open about sharing their story with us. He was paying for her school tuition, giving her money for her bills, plus gifts and in exchange she was available for him whenever, wherever. A second guest, and this one was a young boy about the same age, he was making around 1,000 euros. He had an allowance given to him by his parents but thought it wasn’t sufficient enough to meet his needs. 

Are people becoming more and more greedy? I think so too… It certainly because we are constantly comparing ourselves to others, we are not grateful for our lives. We want more and we want it NOW. Patience and hard work have become dull, we all choose the easy way out of our economic misery. I’m not trying to judge, I’m just saying that we should be aware of what kind of messages this Society is trying to convey through these movies. I will continue with another article entitled “How does the Entertainment Industry manage to shape our behavior using non-rational persuasion?” on the same subject.

The Princess Wei Young 锦绣未央

Release date: 2016

Main lead: Luo Jin (Tuoba Jun) and Tiffany Tang (Li Wei Young)

The Northern Wei Dynasty was obliterated one night leaving behind the kindhearted Princess Feng Xin Er as an orphan. Although she escapes death, she accidentally enters her enemy’s territory and she assumes the identity of Li Wei Young, the daughter of the Prime Minister. She suffers many hardships but eventually utilizes her wisdom and sense of justice to become a powerful woman as well as gaining a beautiful romance.

(Source: MyDramaList)

My comment?

Certainly my favorite Chinese celebrity couple. Actually they started dating on set of this drama and they’ve been together ever since.

I discovered Tiffany Tang in the drama “My Sunshine” and I think she’s an amazing actress probably one of the best in China with Yang Mi and Liu Yi Fei. She’s in her 30s but she looks really young and can play any roles. Luo Jin is also a very handsome and talented actor. I think I saw him for the first time in the drama “Diamond Girl”, in which he plays alongside Tiffany Tang as well.

This drama is a Wuxia (historical drama). What I liked about this drama is the fast beginning. The first episode goes straight to the point, the story starts and you don’t even have any time left to think or get bored. There are many twists and turns, the usual fight between good and evil, and a strong female lead who is brave, confident and particularly smart. Indeed, one thing that I’ve found out watching chinese historical dramas, is the way the woman is depicted. We can see that she has a strong role to play in the Story. She is smart, courageous, at times she is even skilled in martial arts, she is respected, admired, praised. They are a good role model to any little chinese girl and for me as well. I’m learning to be more brave and resilient and to work very hard to achieve my goals. I think this is something which is part of the Chinese Philosophy and Culture. Being able to convey this kind of message through television is certainly one of China’s greatest achievement.

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Luo Jin and Tiffany Tang

Photos from the drama

Source: Google

Love O2O 微微一笑很倾城

Release date: 2016

Main lead: YangYang (Xiao Nai) and Zheng Shuang (Bei Wei Wei)

Native Title: 微微一笑很倾城 (Wei Wei Yi Xiao Hen Qing Cheng)

Xiao Nai is a gaming expert who, courtesy of his basketball skills, academic excellence, swimming talent and game company presidency, also happens to be the most popular student on campus. When he first comes across the gorgeous computer science major Bei Wei Wei, the infinitely talented wunderkind immediately falls in love. But it’s not Bei’s looks that he notices; it’s the ridiculous mastery with which she is commanding her guild and owning everyone in an online multiplayer game that makes her impossible to forget. Now, Xiao Nai must use his skills both in real life and online to capture the adorable but dorky Bei’s heart. But does their love have the XP to succeed, or will this relationship never level up?

(Source: MyDramaList)

My comment?

OMG, where do I start?

Love O2O is by far the cutest and purest drama I’ve ever watched. Honestly, I don’t even know how to explain my feelings but let the numbers talk for themselves:  7,812,133 views on kissasian.ch in less than 2 years!! It’s even more popular than some of the western tv shows…

Anyway, first of all I would like to talk about the main lead. I already knew Zheng Shuang, the female lead, from “Meteor shower” in which she starred with Zhang Han. The drama is a remake of a Japanese drama named “Hana Yori Dango”. She won several awards at a young age and she has a promising career in China with her own Studio which by the way produced “Love O2O”.

Shuang Zheng
Zheng Shuang

The male lead on the other hand was completely unknown (at least to me), he had already played the role of Jia Bao Yu in a famous Wuxia, “The Dream of Red Mansions”, which made him really famous. Some critics even stated that his was born to play this role. He is so handsome, I think this is something you can’t miss…

Yang Yang
YangYang

As far as the plot is concerned, there is nothing much. The reason why I find this drama so interesting is because it’s not like the other dramas in which there are several twists and turns: they hate each other, then they fall in love, they breakup (either because the mother is against the relationship or he got into an accident and lost his memory etc.). No! In this one, everything went smoothly. The only disappointing thing was the kissing, it wasn’t passionate, rather boring sometimes. Zheng Shuang was just standing there doing nothing, not even moving. Yes, it might be the script but compared to the movie with Jing Bo Ran and Angela Baby, that part was a 2 out of 10 and that’s just because YangYang was playing his part… other than that, they are a match made in heaven!

Photos from the drama

Source: Google

PERSÉVÉRANCE

Définition: Action de persévérer, qualité, conduite de quelqu’un qui persévère

Synonymes: obstination, opiniâtreté, ténacité, acharnement

Source: Dictionnaire Larousse

Tout d’abord j’aimerais vous faire part de la dernière rubrique à laquelle j’ai pensé et qui s’intitule Le Mot de la Semaine/ Word of the Week/ Palabra de la Semana. En effet, nous nous définissons souvent de plusieurs façons mais les mots sont puissants surtout quand nous leur donnons l’énergie appropriée. Je me suis rendue compte en étudiant les langues que les mots sont en fait de véritables armes. Ils peuvent détruire, tout comme ils peuvent guérir; alors il est important de bien connaître leur définition, leur origine et savoir dans quel contexte les utiliser. Chaque mot que je définirai ici (toutes les semaines) sera tiré de mon expérience personnelle.

7 ans, 4 Universités, 3 villes… une LICENCE

Je dois dire que c’est un sacré parcours, un parcours semé d’embuches mais honnêtement que serait la vie sans ses imprévus ? Que serait la vie sans ses coups durs? Elle ne serait que linéaire et au fond qui aime ça?

Nous sommes le 02 septembre et je me prépare à entamer ma dernière année de licence une deuxième fois, trois ans plus tard. En 2015, j’abandonnais mes études pour m’enfuir en Espagne parce que je venais de rater ma licence de peu, il ne me manquait qu’un semestre pour l’obtenir, je l’ai ressenti comme un échec, pour moi c’était la fin. A ce moment-là, j’ai entamé mon premier pas vers la Persévérance. Certes je ne comptais pas retourner à l’Université mais cela ne voulait pas dire que j’avais enterré ce rêve de devenir Interprète de Conférence. J’aurais pu rester à Paris, commencer à travailler et continuer ma vie, passer d’un boulot à l’autre mais au lieu de ça, j’ai choisi de partir à Barcelone pour pratiquer l’espagnole, une langue que j’avais toujours apprise en cours ici en France, mais que je n’avais jamais entendue.

Barcelone a été un vrai déclic pour moi spirituellement, j’ai découvert ce que c’était que d’être heureux simplement sans attendre quelque chose d’extraordinaire, j’ai rencontré des jeunes qui étaient dans des situations pires que la mienne alors j’ai arrêté de pleurnicher sur mon pauvre sort de “raté” et j’ai commencé à voir la vie du bon côté. Je me suis inscrite à des cours d’espagnol à la carte à l’Université de Barcelone, j’étais en cours avec des étudiants Erasmus et j’étais bien intégrée avec des américains, des suédois, des norvégiens, des colombiens etc, des personnes du monde entier. La douleur à commencer à s’effacer, j’ai commencé à reprendre confiance en moi et je suis rentrée à Paris un peu avant l’été 2016.

Quand je suis rentrée à Paris, j’ai eu une période creuse, je déprimais, j’avais peur de l’inconnu, je ne savais pas du tout où j’en étais mais surtout, je ne savais pas par où commencer. J’ai donc décidé de trouver du travail comme Hôtesse d’accueil pour pouvoir m’ouvrir aux autres, rendre service, développer mes aptitudes en communication directe et surtout être indépendante financièrement. Ensuite est venu le moment de me réinscrire à la FAC pour l’année 2016-2017 dans l’espoir de valider le semestre qui me manquait, mais ma candidature a été rejetée. C’est à ce moment-là que j’ai effectué un deuxième pas vers la Persévérance: j’ai décidé de maximiser mes chances pour l’année suivante. Au lieu de réfléchir comme une étudiante en échec, j’ai commencé à réfléchir comme une Interprète de Conférence en apprentissage et j’ai décidé de me concentrer sur le perfectionnement de mes langues à commencer par le chinois. C’est ainsi que je me suis inscrite sur un site en ligne et que j’ai commencé à étudier le chinois à raison de 3 heures par jour à mon travail (en tant qu’hôtesse, j’étais sur un site plutôt calme surtout l’après-midi, j’avais du temps à tuer donc je me consacrais aux cours sans relâche). J’ai commencé à faire de gros progrès et en 6 mois j’avais rattrapé mon retard, j’ai validé deux niveaux au HSK (examen de niveau de langue chinoise type TOEIC). J’étais prête pour l’année 2017-2018, il fallait que je valide ma licence, j’avais retrouvé confiance en moi donc j’ai commencé à envoyer mes candidatures. Elles ont toutes été rejetées sauf à la Sorbonne Nouvelle où l’on m’a demandé de reprendre en 2ème année, année que j’avais déjà validé à l’Université Catholique de l’Ouest. Quand j’ai eu le mail, je devais partir à Barcelone en weekend deux jours après, je ne vous cache pas que j’ai failli annuler mon voyage… j’ai passé des jours à pleurer, j’étais en colère, je ne comprenais pas pourquoi je devais encore reprendre une classe surtout que je l’avais déjà validé, j’étais dépitée… Là j’effectuais un autre pas vers la Persévérance… Parfois, il est bon de reculer pour mieux sauter. Je n’allais pas louper cette chance et mes amis m’ont dit <<Doriane, vas-y, ce n’est pas grave>> alors je me suis inscrite et vous savez quoi? C’est la meilleure décision que j’ai eu à prendre ces dix dernières années…

En effet, je pourrais vous raconter des centaines d’histoires pour définir le mot Persévérance mais je pense que comme la Foi, ce n’est pas un mot que l’on peut clairement expliquer mais c’est quelque chose qui se ressent, qui se vit. Dans la vie, il ne faut jamais s’avouer vaincu, il faut toujours aller de l’avant et croire en ses rêves. Ce sont les montagnes russes mais il faut garder à l’esprit que faire des erreurs est ce qu’il y a de plus normal, c’est ce qui nous permet de grandir. J’ai vécu tellement de choses ces dernières années, qu’elles aient été bonnes ou mauvaises, elles ont fait de moi la personne que je suis aujourd’hui. JE suis plus forte et plus disposée à me battre pour que mes rêves se matérialisent. JE visualise toujours ce que je veux et jusqu’à aujourd’hui, j’ai toujours obtenu ce que je voulais. Même si ces choses ou ces personnes n’ont pas toujours été un bien pour moi, j’en ai toujours tiré des leçons qui m’ont rendu encore plus forte qu’avant. Le plus gratifiant quand on n’abandonne pas, c’est de voir les choses se mettre en place naturellement parce que justement c’est le moment, nous sommes prêts à les recevoir dans notre vie, c’est un sentiment qui n’a pas de prix!

Mon expérience personnelle en elle-même n’est que Persévérance, je fais preuve d’un courage incroyable et c’est comme si je pouvais tout faire ou surmonter. Je considère que je ne vais jamais abandonner le chemin que j’ai pris quoiqu’il arrive, je vais continuer à travailler très dur pour devenir une excellente Traductrice/Interprète de Conférence.