Zitate auf englisch mit ,,second chance''?

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Vom Fragesteller als hilfreich ausgezeichnet

"You`ll never get a second chance for a first impression"

aus "the twilight saga:eclipse

Jane: The Volturi don't give second chances.

Also sowas ähnliches hast du ja schon...aber ich musste das einfach loswerden...

wah danke, noch eins aus twilight ;)) supiii


"We all have big changes in our lives that are more or less a second chance."

(Harrison Ford)

"America's greatest strength, and its greatest weakness, is our belief in second chances, our belief that we can always start over, that things can be made better."

(Anthony Walton)


Alles so positiv hier xD Ich dachte mehr an gründe, keine zweiten chancen zu geben, aber die sprüche sind auch gut ;))


“All discarded lovers should be given a second chance, but with somebody else.” (Mae West)


Besser so? ;-)


"If the mortality rate seems high we must realize that Nature is a ruthless teacher. There are no second chances in Mother Nature's Survival Course.” (William S. Burroughs)


Einleitung verkürzen/Help?

Also ich muss einen Comment über das Thema Rassismus auf Englisch schreiben und gestern habe ich meinen Lehrer gefragt, ob meine Einleitung zu lang sei. Er meinte dann iwie, dass eine Einleitung so formuliert sein soll, so dass man das Interesse der Leser weckt und dass die Einleitung die Frage: „Und jz?“ beantwortet. Also so viel wie ,,Warum soll ich genau diesen Comment von dir lesen? Was bringt das mir?” 😂
Wie würdet ihr meine Einleitung verkürzen? xD
Text: Have you ever been picked on, made fun of, or even got bullied because your religion, nationality or the color of your skin is not the same as someone else's? If so, then the person who treated you like that was probably a racist. In today’s society people would consider racism as a term and belief which has become less of an issue. However, it does still exist within all cultures. Everyone was born and created with similar characteristics. So each individual has it's own sets of belief systems, which might be the same as other's or not. People would not just admit that they're a racist person, but their actions and words will kind of prove otherwise They would not directly discriminate other races, but that does not mean it does not happen everyday. Many will argue that their race is superior than another, or that the actions of someone determine how the race of certain people seems to be like therefore making them unequal. Just because a person is ‘black’ it does not mean that they should be treated as a different person. Everyone should be treated equally no matter what their background is.
In the following I will comment on the quotation, For many people, one of the most frutrating experiences is not being able to understand other people's behavior" by presenting several aspects for and against racism.

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Sind die Zeiten so korrekt? ( Englisch / the apple tree / on the beach)

Hallo, Wäre super, wenn da jemand drüberlesen und die Zeiten (und auch alles andere) verbessern könnte. Komme da immer durcheinander. Es geht um die Bücher On the Beach und The apple tree.

Ich schreibe die fragen mal mit auf:

1. At the beginning at the novel, Moira Davidson drinks a lot of alcohol and is a real party girl, but she changes during the novel. How does he change and why does she change? = Moira Davidson changes her life during the novel because she gets to know Dwight Towers. She likes him very much. I think she wants to change her life for him and maybe she thinks Dwight will marry her if she stops drinking alcohol. Furthermore she understands that life is too short and she has to change her life before she will die of the radiation.

2. Dwight Towers spends a lot of his time with Moira, but he does not take her with him when he sails out to sink his submarine at the end of the story. Why does he not take her with him? = Dwight Towers is of the opinion, that everybody must die in their own way. He is a Navy Commander and wants to die in his submarine with his crew. Another reason why he doesn't take Moira with him is the admiration for his dead wife. I guess he thinks that i will be wrong to die in the arms of another woman.

3. Mary makes plans for her garden and they talk to each other as though life is going on. Why do they behave like that? Give reasons. = I guess they behave like that because it is hard to accept that they will die. Mary Holmes finds it difficult to know that her little daughter Jennifer maybe dies before her. In her despair she tries to ignore the reality and tries to enjoy the last days with her family.

4. Have you got an ambition that you would like to fulfil? What is it? Give reasons. = Of course I have an ambition that I would like to fulfil. There are two big dreams which I never lose sight of. One of them is to become a doctor for human medicine. I wants to study it for more than ten years and I will do everything to let it come true. I know the study is very hard and that I must have a good average to authorize for the study but it is my dream job. I think it is an indescribable feeling to help people and make them healthy and happy.

My second dream is to own a horse. I ride since I was six years old and I am of the opinion that horses are the most beautiful animals in this world. They have such an elegance and their are like friends to me. But horses are so expensive and they take so much of your time. At first I want to have a good job and then I would like to buy a Friesian horse. I am sure that I will own a horse one day.

Part 2: 1. There are two apple trees in the story. Which characters do you think they represent? Give reasons. = The two apple trees stand for two women in the protagonist's life. The first one represents his wife Midge and the second one rep

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