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"It has totally changed my life!"


Ainsley Binnett, 14, didn`t think twice about helping a stranger in trouble.

That Friday evening started pretty much as any other.
I was on my way to see a band with my friends, Jennie and Kinsley. It was the first time I`d been allowed to go and see them play and I was really excited. It was only a short walk from my home in Sussex to the concert, but when we were halfway there, I noticed a woman limping down the street towards us. She was about 40 with long hair and was wearing black leggings and a blue blouse. But the most noticeable thing was the fact that her face was full of pain.

"Excuse me, I`ve hurt my foot," she said. "Could you help me back to my flat?" She looked upset and I felt as if I should do something to help her, so I put my arm around her and the three of us slowly helped her towards the nearby flats. The woman told us her name was Maxine and that she lived on the first floor with her 11-year-old son. When we got to her front door, she asked us in for a cup of tea, but as we were already very late, we refused politly. "Wait a second. I want to give you something to thank you for your help," Maxine said, before she disappeared inside. Moments later, she came out of the flat with something in her hand. It took me several seconds to realize what it was. I couldn`t belief my eyes. She had a gun and was waving it about wildly in my direction!

I froze with fear. Before I could even think of what to do next, Maxine grapped my arm and started pushing me into her flat. I could see the terror on my friends` faces, but even though I was so afraid, I was able to should, "Run! Get help!" By now I was shacking and crying hysterically. Maxine pointed the gun at me and turned of all the lights and closed the curtains, so that the only light in the room was that of the TV. "Why are you doing this to me?" I cried. "I haven`t done anything wrong!" "Neither has my son," she said. "But he`s still been taken away from me."

She made me sit on the sofa and came and sat beside me. Together, we stared at some silly quiz show. My eyes kept wandering to the clock on the wall and I felt rising fear with every minute that was over. Surely someone would come to help. Then I noticed a photo of a boy on the wall. Nervously I asked Maxine if he was her son. She nodded. "The police took him away because they said I wasn`t a good mother," she said.
ANONYM stellte diese Frage am 26.11.2010 - 19:00


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Antwort von Blackstar (ehem. Mitglied) | 26.11.2010 - 19:10
hier:
The story, told in four sections, opens in section one with an unnamed narrator describing the friday evening plans.
(The narrator always refers to himself in collective pronouns; he is perceived as being the voice of the average citizen of the town of Jefferson.) He notes that while the men attend the funeral out of obligation, the women go primarily because no one has been inside Ainsley Binnett’s house for years. The narrator describes what was once a grand house ‘‘set on what had once been our most select street.’’ Ainsley Binnett’s origins are aristocratic, but both her house and the neighborhood it is in have deteriorated. The narrator notes that prior to her death, Ainsley Binnett had been ‘‘a sort of hereditary obligation upon the town.’’ This is because Colonel Sartoris, the former mayor of the town, remitted Ainsley Binnett’s taxes dating from the death of her father “on into perpetuity.’’ Apparently, Ainsley Binnett’s father left her with nothing when he died. Colonel Sartoris invented a story explaining the remittance of Ainsley Binnett’s taxes (it is the town’s method of paying back a loan to her father) to save her from the embarrassment of accepting charity.

ich hoffe es hilft dir nicht weiter....immer diese leute die denke man kann hier bestellungen abgeben und dann auch noch doppelthreads öffnen.....-.-


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Antwort von dokoX0X | 27.11.2010 - 15:55
gut dass du dir den text mal durchgelesen hast
hättes du gewusst dass es sich um einen ganz anderen text handelt

deien antwort ist für den dreck -.-


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Antwort von tobi18 | 27.11.2010 - 16:05
Hier erledigt niemand hausaufgaben für andere. Schreib besser selbst eine summary, und wir helfen dir falls du fragen hast und geben verbesserungsvorschläge.

 
Antwort von GAST | 27.11.2010 - 16:28
Zitat:
gut dass du dir den text mal durchgelesen hast
hättes du gewusst dass es sich um einen ganz anderen text handelt

deien antwort ist für den dreck -.-


Ich fand, das passte wie die Faust aufs Auge! DokoXOX postet anonym und doppelt seine Hausaufgabe ohne Eigenleistung (irgendein Fantasy-Schülertext) und so ein Eumel postet ihm dazu eine beliebige summary (zu "A rose for Emily", Faulkner).

e-hausi eben! Nur schade, dass er es so schnell gemerkt hat.


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Antwort von dokoX0X | 27.11.2010 - 17:02
wenn ihr doch so schlau seid
dann schreibt doch mal eine summary zu diesem text

und schreibt nicht dumme antworten dazu


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Antwort von matata | 27.11.2010 - 17:08
@ dokoX0X:

Du hast es immer noch nicht begriffen: Hier schreibt niemand einen Text für dich. Das hat nichts damit zu tun, dass wir nur dumme Antworten auf deine Frage kennen, sondern das ist das Prinzip dieser Seite. Wir helfen dir bei Verständnisfragen, mit einer Anleitung zum Schreiben einer Summary, mit Merkpunkten zum Verfassen einer Summary. Und wir korrigieren deine Texte, wenn du sie ins Forum schreibst oder suchen mit dir bessere Redewendungen, etc. Aber du arbeitest zuerst. Und das Fragen hier nach Hilfe zählen wir noch nicht dazu.
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Antwort von GAST | 27.11.2010 - 17:35
Es ist ja tiefer:

"dokoXOX" gibt womöglich noch sein Taschengeld aus für irgendwelche "Credits", um seine Hausaufgaben anonym posten zu können, verrät sich dann aber doch, und so ist beides "für den Dreck": sein Geld und seine Hausaufgabenanfrage.

"Blackstar" liest sich das nicht eimal durch und postet irgendeinen Müll, kommt sich dabei aber richtig gut vor.

Das E-hausi-Prinzip: Der Frager macht nichts für seine Hausaufgabe und der Helfer macht sich keine Mühe bei der "Hilfe".


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Antwort von dokoX0X | 27.11.2010 - 17:41
king louie
hat wohl als einzigster das prinzip verstanden ;)


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Antwort von Blackstar (ehem. Mitglied) | 27.11.2010 - 17:47
*hüstel* Also ich hab den Text durchaus durchgelesen...hab sogar hoffentlich jedes mal Emily durch den anderen namen ersetzt...das ganze sollte ein ironischer hinweis darauf sein, dass man hier keine Hausaufgaben fertig serviert bekommt....


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Antwort von dokoX0X | 27.11.2010 - 20:26
so ihr meine summary
könnt ihr euch die mal durchlesen und ich hoffe ihr könnt mir noch ein paar tipps schreiben

The story „It has totally changed my life!“is ritten by a unname writer. It is about a young girl who helps an woman and comes in a very difficult situation.
Ainsley Binnett and her friends are on the way to see a band. It is friday evening and they have to walk a short way to the concert. On the way the girls notice a woman who needs help. The woman hurts her foot and can`t walk home. The girls help her. She tells them her name and says, that she has a 11 year old son. When they arrive at her flat, the woman asks them for a cup of tea, but the girls are late and want to go. The woman wants to give them something for their help, but she comes back with a gun. Ainsleys friends run away to get help, but Ainsley is taken by the woman in her flat. Ainsley is very affraid and wants to know why the woman do this. The woman tells her that her son was taken away by the police, because she is not a good mother and this is the reason why she kisnaps Ainsley.

 
Antwort von ANONYM | 27.11.2010 - 21:11
The story „It has totally changed my life!“is written by a unnamed writer. It is about a young girl who helps a woman and comes in a very difficult situation.
Ainsley Binnett and her friends are on the way to see a band. It is Friday evening and they have to walk a short way to the concert. On the way the girls notice a woman who needs help. The woman hurted her foot and can` t walk home. The girls help her. She tells them her name and says, that she has a 11 years old son. When they arrive at her flat, the woman asks them for a cup of tea, but the girls are late and want to go. The woman wants to give them something for their help, but she comes back with a gun. Ainsley` s friends run away to get help, but Ainsley is taken by the woman in her flat. Ainsley is very afraid and wants to know why the woman do this. The woman tells her that her son was taken away by the police, because she is not a good mother and this is the reason why she kidnaps Ainsley.


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Antwort von dokoX0X | 27.11.2010 - 21:19
habt ihr noch tipps oder verbesserungen?

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