ENglisch frage, wie muss der Satz sein?

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By ist schon richtig.

"By" ist die richtige Präposition.

"by".

Bye, bye.

Kann mir jemand dieses Summary korrigieren?

The text 'A life in the day' is written by a 27 years-old man who called Skinnyman and lives in north London. It's a interview in which he describe his course of his day. First he tells that he is addicted to cannabis. He provides the dealer, who make money with the addicts. Because the addicts have'nt got money, they were get guns from dealers to get money for the drugs. His lifestyle is'nt normal, because he don't go sleep when it'snormal. It is indifferent when he sleeps and when he wakes up. Also he mentions that he gets a record deal. He loves music and mostly he writes his lyrics in the night, when he has the best ideas. Because of his record deal he has many haters in the ghetto. Most of the people are jealous because thay think that Skinnyman has money, but it isn't the truth. His life is very problematic. He has often problems with the police and other authorities. But it doesn't cares him. He thinks that only his father can tell him what to do, but he left him and his mother early. Also he explains that all his friends went to prison, so he decides to go another way. Nevertheless he have to go to prison for 2 years, but he did 12 months. The reason for that was a conflict with a memeber of London Underground staff. In conclusion he did it and now he wants to held other young kids. So all in all he loves this place, because it's his home. Therefore he doesn't want to leave.

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Hier meine Summary von "No Tigers in Africa", Chapter 3, kann mir das jemand korrigieren? :D

In Chapter 3 of the novel „No Tigers in Africa“, written by Norman Silver, published in 1990, the main character Selwyn explains his familiar situation, especially the difficult relationship between his father and his mother, and his resulting problems by comparing the events in Bristol with those in South Africa. The action is set at Bristol in the present and the narrator remembers details of his dormer life in South Africa.

At the beginning Selwyn tells about how hard his father works, so that they could have the same standard of living as they had in Africa. However he says that for his mother the situation is difficult too, because in Africa she used to have a good life with lots of friends, but not in England. In addition he criticises how difficult it is to make friends in England in contrast to Africa and says because of that problem, his mother is not (oder no?) longer her old self, she is uncertain. Besides that he compares the situation in England with their move from Cape Town to Johannesburg, when he was seven. Selwyn admits that he needs time to “arrive”, but that the time, when they settle to Joburg, was actually more easy than settle to this country. After he mention he often skips school and goes to a place where he could see the gorge and the suspension bridge, however he hears that that bridge is a favourite place for suicides and finds similarities to his situation. Thereafter the narrator speaks about Brunel and the Voortrekker Monument which was built because of the victory of the whites over the blacks years ago in South Africa. Moreover he describes his feelings when he stays at the gorge at this time by comparing it with the thoughts he had when he looked over the railway of the Voortrekker monument, because there was a voice in his had, saying he should jump. However the voice means that he should jump over the cliffs inside him .He concludes that he needs to built such a bridge, metaphoric meaning, inside him. On top of that Selwyn tells when he walks once from gorges to the market, where he is instead of school often too, one day he recognizes his mother who is cheating on his dad with a black man. This is a big shock for him. The boy tries to explain his feelings, says he is confused and cannot believe what has happened. Selwyn describes his condition by comparing it with the a ground which has opened under his feet, describes that it is deeper than the liftshaft his dad fell down once at Christmas after he has drunk too much. Finally Selwyn feels very bad and sick, basically helpless and lost, he does not know what to do and starts to be silent again.

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Was könnte ich bei dieser Charakterisierung verbessern?

The short story "The Big Race" by Toby Sweet is about a swimmer who feels pity for his opponent and lets him win. This characterization is about the narrator of the story. This boy is a fast swimmer and has to swim two lengths backstroke at Chester-le-Street, on that day. One of his opponents is Gordon Hayes. Before the race, the narrator notices Gordon talking with his father. He is very sceptical and feels that something wrong is going on. Out of curiosity he asks Gordon what the matter is. He gets the answer that Gordon's father will hit his son, if he doesn't win the race. After that, while he is warming up and planning his strategy, the narrator always has to think about that. He is worried and can't concentrate. During the race the boy decides to let Gordon win, because he wants to protect him from his father and feels sorry about that. His behavior is very generous, because he doesn't think about himself in this situation. Probably the shoutig of Mr. Hayes motivates him to do that. Also Gordon has been only a half of a body behind him. Maybe the narrator has thought that Gordon can manage it. At first the boy regrets that he only has come in second. He has doubts about his decision. Maybe the second place isn't enough for him. But he isn't the typical natural winner, because he doesn't have a problem to lose under the existing conditions. He is pleased to see that Gordons father is smiling and knows it has been worth it. He is sure that his decision is right!

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Charakterisierung verbessern!

Zur Übung habe ich eine Charakterisierung geschrieben,wäre toll wenn ihr mir sagen würdet was ich besser machen kann.

DANKE im voraus :)

In the following text I`m describing Angus Bethune,a fat kid and outsider.He goes at the Lake Michigan High School and dreams of his "moment".He gets it at the dance floor of his school,at the Winter Ball with the winter ball queen Melissa Lefevre,a girl he fell in love in the kinder garden.He´s the Winter Ball king,because of Rick Sanford,Melissa's boyfriend,a rich and rude boy.He gives the pupils money for voting Angus as the Winter Ball king.Now Angus has to dance with her,a girl he has never talk to.And the worst thing:he can't dance but he is a very good footballer and fighter.When they dances,Melissa's boyfriend sees them,he he's drunk,so he says bitch to Melissa and wants to fight with Angus.

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Bitte kann mir jemand diesen Text grammatikalisch korrigieren?

Will Freeman is 36 years old and lives alone in a flat in London. A famous Christmas Song, that Will hates, is written by his father, which makes Will so rich, so he never had to worry about money. He is single, lives alone, has no family left and does not have real friends. Besides that, Will have just short-term girlfriends, he thinks that children just make someone unhappy and have to carry responsibility, because of that he hates children. He also refuses to be a godfather of his friends' children. In his free time, he drives fast cars, watches TV, listening to music, goes out or travels to Europe, what makes him happy with that simple life without any problems. An example the relationship with Angie, a single mother, that works at the beginning well, but after time difficult, because of problems like she does not find a babysitter at a date, which makes Will want to end the relationship, but she does it, so he would not feel guilty.
Danke im Voraus

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Englisch Charakerisierung

Hallo Leute! Da bald meine Englischklausur ansteht wollte ich euch bitten über meine Charakterisierung rüberzuschauen und mich zu verbessern, da ich noch sehr unsicher bin. Ich hatte die Aufgabe den Erzähler in "The Big Race" zu charakerisieren.

The short story "The Big Race" by Toby Sweet is about a swimmer who tooks pity on his opponent and lets him win. This characterisation is about the narrator of the story. This boy is a fast swimmer and has to swim two length backstroke at Chester-le-Street, at that day. One of his opponents is Gordon Hayes. Before the race the narrator notices Gordon talking with his father. Out of curiosity he askes Gordon what the matter is. He gets the answer that Gordons father will his his son, if he doesn't win the race. After that, while he is warmin up and planing his strategy the narrator always has think about that. He is worried and can't concentrate. During the race the boy descides to let Gordon win, because he wants to prevent him from his father and feels sorry about that. At first, the boy regets his second place and doubts about his descision. But then he is pleased to see that Gordons father is smiling and knows it has been worth it.

Das war's. Wie kann ich den am besten auf den Charakter eingehen und weniger vom Inhalt erzählen? Ich glaube das ähnelt eher einer summary. Danke im vorraus:-)

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