Qu'elle sont les elements les plus importants de la culture française? (What are the most important elements of French culture?)
La France et connue dans le monde entier pour ses filmes, sa cuisine, et la mode. Les filmes peuvent être drôle, comme "Zazie dans le Métro", ou un peux déprimante, comme "Le Hérisson". La cuisine et délicieux, avec les ingrédients fraîches et simples (et il y a les pâtisseries et boulangeries par tout). Il faut seulement se promener dans les rues de Paris pour voire que la mode est spéciale: les gens essaie de s'habille bien, et comme la nourriture, ils s'habillent simplement, mais avec une élégance unique de la France.
The United States Government subsidizes the production of corn. What does this do to the global and domestic demand and supply of corn?
A subsidy is a sum of money provided by the government to a producer for them to produce a good that is either underproduced or seen as a necessity. In the case of corn, the reason would be the latter. This subsidy causes a shift in the US and global supply curve of corn, meaning that the equilibrium price decreases and the equilibrium quantity increases. This subsidy on american corn; however, may lead to a surplus of corn. Since the price elasticity of demand of corn is relatively inelastic (since it is a necessity), meaning that the price of corn is unresponsive given a change in demand, producers may have to export corn to other countries in order to sell it all. This means that the supply of corn in other countries increases, and therefore the price of corn decreases since there is more corn in addition to whatever corn they were producing themselves. Also, since corn production is subsidized, American producers who exported corn to other countries can sell it at a very low price. Therefore, consumers will opt for corn over other vegetables that may have been locally produced. This slows down the economy in those countries since consumers are purchasing American produce as opposed to locally grown produce, yet the American economy grows.
What are the central themes in the novel "Fates and Furies" by Lauren Groff?
Fates and Furies outlines the interpersonal complexities of marriage and entertains the notion that members of the same relationship can hold completely opposing views. It asks the reader to question their own relationships, and it challenges their preconceived ideas about honesty and morality.