À quoi ça sert de recycler ses déchets ?

What's the point of recycling? Professor Gamberge explains all to a skeptical Charlotte in this animated video. Below, you'll find the transcript in our bilingual reader: click any French phrase for the English translation and related grammar lessons.

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DrewC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Why use synonyms in transcript vs what is actually stated?

There are two examples of synonyms being used in the transcript, instead of the exact words articulated in the video:

1) À quoi ça sert de "recycler" ses déchets? À quoi ça sert de "trier" ses déchets?

2) Sans doute, mais c'est "quand" même très utile. Sans doute, mais c'est "tout" même très utile.

Why?

Asked 2 months ago
LauraKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Drew,

Sorry about this - I don't know what happened, but it's corrected now. Thanks for letting us know!

CécileKwiziq team member

Thanks Drew, have flagged it up. In the second one I actually think he says :

C'est tout de même très utile 

but it's not clear in the video...

Why use synonyms in transcript vs what is actually stated?

There are two examples of synonyms being used in the transcript, instead of the exact words articulated in the video:

1) À quoi ça sert de "recycler" ses déchets? À quoi ça sert de "trier" ses déchets?

2) Sans doute, mais c'est "quand" même très utile. Sans doute, mais c'est "tout" même très utile.

Why?

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