Texte sur Cuba :)

J'ai vécu un choc culturel quand je suis allé à cuba pendant 2 semaines. J'avais l'impresion que le temps c'était arrêté après la seconde guerre mondiale. Quand je suis arrivé, j'ai été surpris par l'état des routes. Il y avait énormement de trous et certaines étaient inacessible. Souvent, il n'y a pas de panneaux pour indiquer la route et le GPS est interdit. Dans ce pays, il n'y a qu'une seule autoroute et nous pouvons voir des gens traversé l'autouroute à pied ou encore vendre des fruits. Certains faisaient meme demi-tour. J'ai vu des vieilles voitures américaines. J'ai été choqué quand j'ai appris Il n'y avait pas internet et très peu de télé dans tout le pays. Contrairement à la France, tout le monde a un logement. En france, les gens pauvres demandent de l'argent alors que les cubains demandent des savons. Les gens sont très serviables : Ils vous aident quand vous avez un problème. J'ai été outré par leurs hotels : Il y avait des bêtes dans la salle de bain et la pièce etait très sale. contrairement aux pays développés, il faut faire attention à l'eau, elle n'est pas potable. Ce qui est surprenant, c'est que nous pouvons voir de belles maisons colorées et quelques mètre plus loin, des maisons fissurés, des monuments historiques dans un terrible état et des arbres qui poussent sur des balcons.

Ma traduction en anglais :

I experienced culture shock when I went to Cuba for two weeks. I was under the impresion that time it was stopped after the second world war. When I arrived, I was surprised by the road conditions. There was enormously holes and some were inaccessible. Often there are no signs to indicate the route and the GPS is prohibited. In this country, there is only one motorway and we can see people crossing the motorway by foot or sell fruit. Some were even turn around. I was surprised to see old American cars and the tourists do not have the same currency as the Cubans. I was shocked when I found There was no internet and very little TV in the country. Unlike France, everyone has a home. In France, poor people asking for money whereas Cuban asking soaps. People are very helpful: They help you when you have a problem. I was outraged by their hotels: There were bugs in the bathroom and the room was very dirty. Unlike developed countries, be careful with water, it is not potable. What is surprising is that we can see beautiful colored houses and a few feet away, houses cracked, historical monuments in terrible condition and trees growing on balconies.



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Merci de m'aider dans ma traduction svp :)

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2014-10-15T23:05:18+02:00
I experienced a cultural shock when i went to Cuba for two weeks. I had an impression that  the time had stopped after the second world war.When i arrived, i was surprised by the conditions of the roads. There were enormous holes and certain were inacessible.Often,there are no signs to indicate the way(directions) and the GPS is prohibited.In this country, there is only one highway and we can see people crossing the highway by foot or sell fruits. Some even took a turn on the highway.I saw old Americain cars.I was shocked when i knew that there was no internet and very few television in the country. Unlike  in France, everyone has a house.In France, the poor people ask for money whereas the Cubans ask for soaps.The people are very helpful.They help you when you have a problem. I was furious about their hotels: there were insects in the bathroom and the room was very dirty. Unlike the developped countries, one needs to be careful with the water, it is not drinkable.What is surprising is that we could see beautiful coloured houses and a few feet away ,  we can see  broken houses, historical monuments in a terrible state and trees growing on the balconies.
Merci BEAUCOUP ! Mais tu ne t'es pas trompé .... (l.3) There were enormous holes and "certain" were inaccessible".
certain ou some
J'aime ;) Merci :)