The text summary is a great exercise for exploring the following French language elements: Synonyms, as you will need to find other words to describe what is said in the original text. Cest à nous de ramasser les dividendes (it's up to us to reap the dividends). It is, after all, the favorite form of such famed French thinkers as Montaigne, Chateaubriand, Houellebecq and Simone de Beauvoir. The singular first person (je) should never be used in a commentaire de texte. You could give examples that back up this definition, and you could narrow down the definition of the subject as much as needed.
As a necessary evil). To successfully analyze a text, you will need to brush up on your figurative language. You should not summarize the text in a commentary, at least not for the sake of summarizing. 1, ready to learn, part 1 2, ready to learn, part. The stream of logic, however, is distinct. On peut considérer mme un mal nécessaire (we can consider.