Dans un magazine anglais (The Simple Things, mai 2015), je viens de lire un article sur un collectionneur de sachets de graines.
Dans la première partie de l’article, Dwayne Rogers décrit sa Californie natale.
J’ai relevé quelques bouts de phrases.
— it used to be an idyllic spot where there were rolling hills, …
— 40-acre farm ranches
— country roads
— when blossoms bloomed the smell was really good
— we had one of the last orchards
— Back in the 1910s there were a lot of small orchards, family farms.
— Major companies may have 3000 different packets.
— Cantaloupe melons ripen very quickly if it gets hot, so you have to harvest them.
Les formulations de ces phrases sont intéressantes. Vous pouvez les reprendre à votre compte!
— it’s an idyllic spot for winegrowing.
— we run a 25-hectares vineyard.
— I love to drive on those country roads when the sun is about to rise.
— when vines bloom the smell is really good.
— we have one of the last orchards
— Back in the 1910s there were a lot of small vineyards, family vineyards.
— Major wine merchants may have 500 different wines.
— Merlot vines ripen very quickly if it gets hot, so you have to harvest them.