French

can someone please prrof read this for me please?and correct me if i have made any mistakes?thanks.

J'habite a Morley,c'est un banlieue pres de centre ville.
J'habite dans une maison au premier etage.c'est grand et anciens (ca date de 1850).au rez-de-chaussee, il y a un grand salon, une salle a manger, un bureau, une cuisine et trois chambre.
ma chambre est la premier chambre a gauche de l'entree.
J'aime bien ma chambre parce qu'elle est petite et bien rangee. les murs sont blancs. il ya deux posters sur les murs, ll y a aussi des coussins de chevet entre l'armoireet mon lit. a cote de mon lit, a gauche, il y a me table de chevet. c'est ma chambre a moi. je ne partage pas.

Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Because you will learn best by identifying the error and correcting it, below the paragraph you will find the Key to Proofreading Symbols. As you reread your paragraph, look for (anything within parentheses, identifying the error) and after you have corrected everything to the best of your ability, feel free to repost for final proofreading, if you have time.


J'habite a (either AA = à, or the trend is to drop it nowadays) Morley,(; to avoid a run-on sentence) c'est un (gen) banlieue pres (AA )de (** = du) centre (+ de la) ville.
J'habite dans une maison au premier etage.(AA + spacing) c'est (M/m) grand (gen? do the adjectives modify "maison" or "étage?") et anciens (gen/num) (ca (ça or cela0 date de 1850).(** = careful with the punctuation!) au (M/m) rez-de-chaussee (AA), il y a un grand salon, une salle a (AA) manger, un bureau, une cuisine et trois chambre. (num)
J'aime bien ma chambre parce qu'elle est petite et bien rangee.(AA) les murs sont blancs. il ya (spacing) deux posters (voc = affiches) sur les murs, ll y a aussi des coussins de chevet entre l'armoireet (AA + spacing) mon lit. a (M/m + AA) cote(AA) de mon lit, a (AA) gauche, il y a me (n/s = ma or la) table de chevet. c'est (M/m) ma chambre a (AA) moi. je (M/m) ne partage pas.


Proofreading Symbols:
Barème de correction:

ort = orthographe (spelling)
gen = genre (gender)
con = concordance (agreement of subject/verb or subject/adjective or adj/noun)
inf = infinitif (infinitive required)
nom = nombre (singular/plural problem)
prép = préposition (preposition required = à, de, en, etc.)
t = temps de verbe (verb tense)
subj.=subjonctif (subjunctive needed)
v = mauvais verbe (wrong verb)
p = ponctuation (punctuation correction needed)
voc = vocabulaire (wrong vocabulary choice)
imp.= imparfait (imperfect needed)
p/c .= passé composé needed
n/s = aucun sens (not clear what you are trying to say)
/\ = il manque un mot (Missing a word)
/\ /\ /\ = il manque 3 mots (etc.) (Missing 3 words, etc.)
M/m = changer du haut de casse/bas (Change to upper or lower case)
INT = intervertir l'ordre des mots (Change word order)
Esp. = espace (Open a space)
Sesp. = sans espace (Close up the space)
SA = sans accent (Take off accent)
NP = nouveau paragraphe (New paragraph)
EM = enlever mot (Take out/omit word)
CP = changer la position (Change position)
AA = ajouter un accent (Add an accent)
GR = faute de grammaire (Grammatical error) (Specify)
** = effacer (delete) / retirer le mot précédent (Omit the preceding word)
MD = mal dit (not well said)

NOTE: Please watch the punctuation, including the necessary accents. You must learn how to do those accents on the computer. If you need the "chart" for that we need to know if you have a MAC or PC, Windows or not.

Mme

sorry i didn't know how to put accents on the computer.i have window xp

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