contenir (pour un dossier)

Ilaril

Member
French-France and English-Canada
Hi everyone!
I'm doing the summary (can you say that?) of my application for some high school, and i'm wondering whether I should say: "This application holds/has/contains 12 documents: blah blah blah..."

If someone can help...

Thanks!!!
 
  • arsham

    Senior Member
    Persian
    I'd say use contain, or reformulate it with "enclose", eg.

    With this application form are enclosed 12 documents ...
     

    Ilaril

    Member
    French-France and English-Canada
    Arsham, I'm sorry, i'm just wondering... If I say "enclosed", does it mean "the application form plus...."? Like: With this application are enclosed:
    completed application forms
    a letter of recommendation from {}
    ....

    Thanks again!
     

    ascoltate

    Senior Member
    U.S.A. & Canada, English
    I would probably just say: "The application includes __ documents" or - if you like "enclose" - "The applicates includes __ enclosures"
     

    laura05

    Senior Member
    French
    How should I say: 'Ce corpus contient beaucoup de discours issus de la radio ou de la télévision'?

    This corpus contains many speeches from the radio and television ???

    Thanks
     
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