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Cara Delevingne: ‘Getting Others’ Approval Isn’t the Most Important Thing’
“ I started modeling when I was 16. The odds were against me. At 5’8″, I was shorter than most girls in the business. Still, I gave it a shot, and like with most things in my life, I never gave up. [...] ”
Overall essay stats:
Your text is in excellent condition!
Total words: 242
Watery words: 8 (3.28 %)
Words without water: 234 (96.72%)
Your text readability rate is slightly below the most comfortable level for humans.
Number of errors:
Error:1 5 Short Sentences: ⇒
Error:2 3 Short Sentences: ⇒
Error:3 7 Short Sentences: ⇒
Error:4 3 Short Sentences: ⇒
Error:5 3 Long Sentences: ⇒
Word : WORKED is found in the text 9 times. You need to reduce the density to 7 times.
The text motto (word vs occurrence):
“Work like Ive People”
Ratio of verbs used in passive voice in the text (7)
Ratio of adverbs in the text (16) - OK
Ratio of intensifiers in the text (10) -
Ratio of introductory clauses in the text (27)
Ratio of prepositions in the text (3)
Ratio of linking words in the text (54)
Ratio of complex predicates in the text (0)
Ratio of abstract adjectives in the text (0)
Ratio of long words (8) .
Summary and the Score
Gunning Fog index Score
Current index: 6.72
Index of green area: 8
Flesch-Kincaid readability test
Current index: 51.75
Index of green area: 90
Oh God. The essay was typed good. It uses mostly significant words / relevant language, yet needs some tuning up as regards readability (too many short and long sentences in a row), especially in the second part of it.
The word ‘work’ is used slightly too many times (reduce by 2). The core essay’s idea (by the usage of words) is “Work like Ive People”.
Yet, it probably uses too many adverbs (16 vs. 9 recommended). Importantly, it really is goes into extremes as regards Introductory clauses: 26 times vs 9 times recommended. That’s the weakest point of all.
The Readability by education level test index is 6.72. Index of green area: 8. Easy to understand by most audiences.
The Easiness of perception index is 51.75 vs 90 of the green index zone median. Complex for perception due 1) High Ratio of Introductory clauses in the text and 2) higher than average Ratio of Linking words in the text.
Don's verdict for this Essay: 8/10
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Verbs | Les verbes
Conjugation | La conjugaison
This verb section is a quick, simple reference tool to assist with writing assignments. Listed are a few examples of high frequency verbs, basic conjugation rules and some anomalies.
This verb section is not an exhaustive or comprehensive list of all possible verbs, tenses and rules.
A verb is often defined as a word which indicates an action or a state of being.
Types of Verbs
There are two basic categories of verbs in French, regular verbs and irregular verbs. Each of these is further categorized into er verbs, ir verbs and re verbs.
Regular verbs generally follow a specific pattern for conjugation.
Irregular verbsdo not follow a specific pattern for conjugation.
Conjugating Être and Avoir
The best way to learn how to conjugate verbs in French is by starting with the important ones: être and avoir.
The verbs être and avoir are two of the most important irregular verbs in French. They form the base to any past tenses and many other grammatical rules of the language.
Conjugating Verbs in Indicatif présent
Conjugating Regular 'ER' Verbs
It is best to learn regular er verbs, as a large number of regular verbs in French belong to this particular category. Most verbs that belong to this category have the same endings:
'e' for je,
'es' for tu,
'e' for il/elle,
'ons' for nous,
'ez' for vous,
'ent' for ils/elles.
Remember to drop the er from the infinitive (the basic, unconjugated form of a verb, sometimes called the name of the verb: to talk = parler), and add the given endings to their respective pronouns.
Conjugating Regular 'IR' Verbs
Once you have mastered the conjugation of er verbs, you could go on to conjugate some regularir verbs. The rules do not change here. The only thing that changes is the endings. Most verbs that belong to this category have the same endings:
'is' for je,
'is' for tu,
'it' for il/elle,
'issons' for nous,
'issez' for vous,
'issent' for ils/elles.
Remember to drop the ir from the infinitive and add the given endings to their respective pronouns.
Conjugating Regular 'RE' Verbs
This group does not have as many verbs as the first two. The reregular verbs are just as simple to conjugate. The endings for these verbs are:
's' for je,
's' for tu,
'_' for il/ elle, (simply drop the re ending of the verb ) i.e. prendre = il prend
'ons' for nous,
'ez' for vous,
'ent' for ils/ elles.
Remember to drop the re from the infinitive and add the given endings to their respective pronouns.
Conjugating Verbs in Passé Composé
Passé composé is the most commonly used past tense. Passé composé is formed using an auxiliary verb and the past participle of a verb. The auxiliary verb is typically avoir (to have) but sometimes être (to be).
|To form the past participle for er verbs, drop the -er and add -é.|
|parler (to speak) - er + é = parlé (spoken) – j’||ai||parlé|
|To form the past participle for regular ir verbs, drop the -ir and add -i.|
|finir (to finish) - ir + i = fini (finished) - j’||ai||fini|
|To form the past participle for regular re verbs, drop the -re and add -u.|
|vendre (to sell) - re + u = vendu (sold) - j’||ai|| vendu|