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hanta
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Fehler im Text finden

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Hallo zusammen,
ich habe in Englisch ein Hausaufgabe auf und würde diese gerne überprüfen lassen.
Es wäre nett, wenn sowohl Rechtschreibung/ Grammatik aber auch der Stil überprüft wird. Andere Satzkonstruktionen sind deshalb gewünscht.

Die sind die Aufgabenstellungen:



Jamal´s Story – the Book A & Q


1. Summarize the text and describe Maman an Punnoose´s attitude to the boys (cf. ll. 1-9).


2. Analyse the text.


1) “We will do them tonight” (l. 8) says Maman. Point out how Jamal interprets this remark (cf. ll. 10-22).


2) What reason Jamal might have for saying “never go to the police” (l.39)?

3. Reflect on what the extract tells you about India today. Are these facts reflected anywhere else in what you have learnt so far about India? Do you think that the situation in India described in the extract is realistic? (personal opinion)


Bisher habe ich Folgendes zu 1):




1) The presented extract from the novel “Q & A” was written by the Indian diplomat Vikas Swarup and published in 2005. It deals with the story of the young Indian boy Jamal who was given shelter by Maman, a man who trained him to sing on the streets for money.
In the presented passage, Jamal overhears a conversation between Maman and his employee Punnoose, what makes him to escape from that place together with his friend Salim.


The passage begins with a conversation between Maman and his Punnoose about the question of whether Jamal is ready to sing on the streets in oder to earn money. Punnoose is convinced that Jamal is ready for it and that he can earn a lot of money (“four to five hundred [rupees]” (l. 3) with him. He is delighted by Jamal´s “potential” (l. 3): “When he sings it is magic” (l. 2). The rhetorical question “Who can resist his face?” (ll. 2-3) makes it clear that he is pretty certain that Jamal appeal to people. Punnoose is extremely having Jamal, which is shown by his remark “We have hit the jackpot” (ll. 3- 4).
Punnoose´s attitude towards Salim is nearly the opposite. Proclaiming that he should take care for himself, Punnoose says that Salim is not important because he doubts that Salim can earn much money(cf. ll. 6-7). Punnoose´s rhetorical question “Who cares?” (l.6) also demonstrates that he is definitely not interested in helping him. Both Puunoose and Maman just think about making money by training children to sing and beg. They don’t care about the boys´destiny and welfare which is shown by Mama´s decision to “do them tonight” (l. 8) in order to “send them out on trains next week” (l. 8).
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Re: Fehler im Text finden

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hanta hat geschrieben: 1) The presented extract from the novel “Q & A” was written by the Indian diplomat Vikas Swarup and published in 2005. It deals with the story of the young Indian boy Jamal who was given shelter by Maman, a man who trained him to sing on the streets for money.
In the presented passage, Jamal overhears a conversation between Maman and his employee Punnoose, which leads to the decision to escape from that place together with his friend Salim.


The passage begins with a conversation between Maman and his employee Punnoose about the question of whether Jamal is ready to sing on the streets in order to earn money. Punnoose is convinced that Jamal is ready for it and that he can earn a lot of money (“four to five hundred [rupees]” (l. 3) with him. He is delighted by Jamal´s “potential” (l. 3): “When he sings it is magic” (l. 2). The rhetorical question “Who can resist his face?” (ll. 2-3) makes it clear that he is pretty certain that Jamal will appeal to people. Punnoose is extremely having (this doesn't make sense) Jamal, which is shown by his remark “We have hit the jackpot” (ll. 3- 4).
Punnoose's attitude towards Salim is nearly the opposite. Proclaiming that he should take care for himself, Punnoose says that Salim is not important because he doubts that Salim can earn much money(cf. ll. 6-7). Punnoose's rhetorical question “Who cares?” (l.6) also demonstrates that he is definitely not interested in helping him. Both Puunoose and Maman just think about making money by training children to sing and to beg. They don’t care about the boys' destiny and welfare which is shown by Mama´s decision to “do them tonight” (l. 8) in order to “send them out on trains next week” (l. 8).
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