hey, meine Eltern sind genauso, die machen mir auch die ganze Zeit stress.. Also außer Mathe und Englisch find ich persönlich deine Noten gut, aber ich weiß nicht wie deine Eltern darauf reagieren werden wenn sie herausfinden dass dein Zeugnis so aussieht...  (nichts für ungut, aber meine Eltern würden mich ziemlich hart anmeckern und bestrafen...)

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Hast du das so eingestellt das keine Benachrichtigungen angezeigt werden?

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Hey, ich hab auch ein Referat über Broadway gehalten und hab auch viele Infos dazu hier bekommen: http://www.nyc-info.de/broadway

Du kannst auch ein bisschen über den Film Black Swan reden, da es in dem Film über das harte Leben bei Broadway geht...

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Lebenskrise, sag ihr dass du in einer Lebenskrise steckst und nicht gerne darüber reden möchtest.

Und das mit dem Todesfall tut mir Leid:(

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Sorry dass ich das sage aber das ist richtig krank, wie kannst du in einen Mann verliebt sein den du 1. noch nie gesehen hast und 2. er nie mit DIR gesprochen hat

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Englisch Referat Gandhi Korrektur? ?

Hallo, könnt ihr mein Referat korrigieren. Ich habe es leider nicht so mit der Grammatik im Englischen. Hab mein Handout auch mal hinzugefügt zur Korrektur. Hier meine Notizen: General Information: • Real name Mohandas Karamchand • 4 children • Belong to the Bania caste (second highest caste in Hinduism) • Shy boy, mothers favourite child • All his life he held to two fundamental principles  Belief in non-violence and the concept of truth His Life • 2. October 1869 in Porbandar • 1882 he studied law in London for three years  During the time in London, he tried to be an English gentleman, but after one year he didn´t want to be an English gentleman anymore • 1891 Gandhi passed his exam and went back to India  But now, he wasn´t successful as a lawyer • 1893 he got an offer for work in South Africa  Now, he experienced discrimination (only travel in the third class, they aren´t allowed to walk on public footpath • 1896 Gandhi went back to India to fetch his wife and children • 1899 in the Boer War he helped wounded British soldiers • 1904 he established the newspaper “Indian opinion” and the Phoenix settlement  There they tried to be independent  produced food themselves etc. • 1919 the Parliament set up the Rowlet Acts (allows the police to imprisons victims of persecution without any trial  Gandhi told the Indians to fight against these Acts, but without any weapons, without violence  Therefore, they demonstrated against the Rowlat Acts  400 Indians are killed  In further consequences Gandhi called for a general strike, this was at the 6th April 1919 (Indians shouldn´t go to work or to school, but they should pray and fast the whole day  Again, a lot of Indians are killed, but with the strike he achieved that the Rowlet Acts were never actually used  That was the first big act of civil disobedience • 1920 Gandhi was called to the leader of the INC (Indian National Congress)  Fight for Hindu-moslem unity and to get independent from England  Another a demonstration, but with the consequences that few people died  Gandhi was sentenced to six years imprisonment  Because of his failing health, he was released two years earlier • 1931 Gandhi called against the military build-up and against the involvement of India in the second world war • 1942 Gandhi made propaganda against the war  Therefore, he was interned  Two years later he was released, because of his health • 15. August 1947 Independence Day in India  India was divided in Hindu India and moslem Pakistan  Gandhi is against the segmentation, he fasted during the time of riots between the two religions • 20. January 1948 Gandhi was killed by a fanatic Hindu in New Delhi Danke schonmal für de Hilfe :D Lg Paula

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• Real name Mohandas Karamchand
• 4 children
• Belong to the Bunia caste (second highest caste in Hinduism)
• Shy boy, mothers favourite child
• All his life he held to two fundamental principles
 Belief in non-violence and the concept of truth His Life
• 2. October 1869 in Porbandar
• 1882 he studied law in London for three years 
During the time in London, he tried to be an English gentleman, but after one year he didn´t want to be an English gentleman anymore
• 1891 Gandhi passed his exam and went back to India 
But now, he wasn´t successful as a lawyer
•1893 he got an offer for work in South Africa 
•There he experienced discrimination (they were only allowed to travel in the third class, they aren´t allowed to walk on public footpath
• 1896 Gandhi went back to India to fetch his wife and children
• 1899 in the Boer War he helped wounded British soldiers
• 1904 he established the newspaper “Indian opinion” and the Phoenix settlement 
•There they tried to be independent  produced food themselves etc.
• 1919 the Parliament set up the Rowlet Acts (allows the police to imprison victims of persecution without any trial 
Gandhi told the Indians to fight against these Acts, but without any weapons, without violence  Therefore, they demonstrated against the Rowlat Acts 
400 Indians were killed 
In further consequences Gandhi called for a general strike, this was at the 6th April 1919 (Indians shouldn´t go to work or to school, but they should pray and fast the whole day 
Again, a lot of Indians were killed, but with the strike he achieved that the Rowlet Acts were never actually used  That was the first big act of civil disobedience
• 1920 Gandhi was called to the leader of the INC (Indian National Congress)  Fight for Hindu-Muslim unity and to get independent from England  Another a demonstration, but with the consequences that few people died  Gandhi was sentenced to six years imprisonment  Because of his failing health, he was released two years earlier
• 1931 Gandhi called against the military build-up and against the involvement of India in the second world war
• 1942 Gandhi made propaganda against the war  Therefore, he was interned  Two years later he was released, because of his health
• 15. August 1947 Independence Day in India 
India was divided in Hindu India and MuslimPakistan 
Gandhi is against the segmentation, he fasted during the time of riots between the two religions
• 20. January 1948 Gandhi was killed by a fanatic Hindu in New Delhi

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Hey ich mach da auch mit, also es geht ja um Irland also musst du wissen was die Hauptstadt ist und wo es liegt und über Feiertage und Spezialitäten und ein bisschen ´Geschichte

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Wenn du sie wirklich sehen willst dann verzichte mal am Samstagabend auf deine Kumpels und unternimm was mit ihr

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Hey, hast du es mit Leuten aus anderen Klassen versucht?

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Hey, ich als verliebtes Mädchen kann dir versichern, dass sie auf dich steht.

Mädchen mögen es wenn Jungs den ersten Schritt machen...

Frag sie doch mal ob ihr mal zusammen in die Stadt gehen wollt

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