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    L'évolution du mouvement syndical au Cameroun Naissance de l'OSTC (Organisation Syndicale des Travailleurs du Cameroun) Naissance de l'OSTC Le syndicalisme Camerounais est régi par la loi numéro 74/14 du 27 Novembre 1974 portant code du travail en république du Cameroun. A terme de l'article 1er de cette loi, tous les travailleurs et employeurs sans restriction d'aucune sorte et sans qu'il soit besoin d'une autorisation préalable ont le droit de se constituer librement en syndicat...

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    La notion de ville apparemment claire à chacun de nous se laisse difficilement enfermer dans une définition simple et précise, tant la réalité spatiale et sociale de ce phénomène peut varier dans le temps et dans l'espace. Néanmoins, certains éléments peuvent noue en donner une idée: le nombre d'habitant, le paysage et les activités dominantes. Définition et historique La ville apparaît comme un organisme complexe qui se distingue du milieu géographique environnant par son aspect extérieur et...

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  • Tenses (Anglais)

    present Present simple to do - I/you/we/they do he/she/it does to have - I/you/we/they have He/she/it has to be I am you/we/they are He/she/it is o, s, x, ch, shes to go - he goes to pass - he passes to box - she boxes to match - she matches to wash - it washes c + y = ies to cry - he cries to try - he tries to remedy - he remedies Present continuous To write: I am writing you/we/they are writing he/she/it is writing Present perfect To talk: I/you/they have talked He/she/it has talked...

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  • Les premières civilisations du Cameroun (Histoire)

    Ce sont celles des Sao, un peuple de géants ayant vécu dans le Nord Cameroun surtout au abord du lac Tchad. Ils ont développé une brillante civilisation encore appelée civilisation de la terre cuite dans cette région. Elle reste la plus ancienne.   Organisation des Sao Elle reste encore malle connue. Nous tenons l'histoire des Sao de la tradition orale et des vestiges archéologiques. Ce furent les autochtones du Logone et Chari aujourd'hui occupé par les Kotoko. Leur civilisation très brillante atteint...

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The present continuous

Paul is eating a banana now
Negative: Paul is not eating a banana now
Interrogative: Is Paul eating a banana now?

I am eating a banana
You are eating banana
He/she is eating a banana
We are eating a banana
You are eating a banana
They are eating a banana

The present continuous is used to describe an action which is going on (now, at present)


The simple present

Helen goes to school everyday
Helen does not go to school everyday.
Does Helen go to school everyday?

When there is a hart (habitude).
We use the simple present

e.g.: I drink water everyday
I often go to church on Saturday
I never eat fish.
I always walk to school.


The Past tense

Toto beat tata in a football match last year.
Toto did not beat tata in a football match last year.
Did Toto beat tata in a football last year?


Future

Janet will come to the village tomorrow
Will Janet come to the village tomorrow?
Janet will not come to the village tomorrow.


The simple past tense

To be
I was in form 2 last year (this year I am in form 3)
Today is Monday. Yesterday was Saturday.
The girls were in blue on Friday.
But the girls were not in blue yesterday.

Affirmative: Last year my English book was green.
Interrogative: Was my English book green last year?
Negative: Last year, my English book was not green


Question with a question word

What was the color of my English book last year?
Bella was in the Primary school in 2010
Where was Bella in 2009?
When was Bella in the primary school?


To have

My father had a green car last year.
Had my father a green car last year?
Did my father have a green car last year?
My father hadn't a green car last year.
My father did not have a green car last year.


To be absent

Yesterday?

I was absent
You were absent
He was absent
You were absent
We were absent
They were absent


Remarks

The past tense of to be are was and were.
The past tense of to have is had for all the persons.
In interrogative sentences, was (were) take the first place?
In question with a question word was (were) immediately follows the question word.
Example: What was Lucy wearing at the party?