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Oxford Bookworms Library: 9. Schuljahr, Stufe 2 - The African Queen: Reader

Oxford Bookworms Library: 9. Schuljahr, Stufe 2 - The African Queen: Reader By Jennifer Bassett Oxford Bookworms Library Schuljahr Stufe The African Queen Reader P Informationen zum Titel Die African Queen ist ein altes schmutziges Dampfboot Niemand k me auf die Idee mit solch einem Boot einen gef hrlichen Fluss zu befahren mitten in Zentralafrika w hrend de

  • Title: Oxford Bookworms Library: 9. Schuljahr, Stufe 2 - The African Queen: Reader
  • Author: Jennifer Bassett
  • ISBN: 0194791645
  • Page: 123
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  • Oxford Bookworms Library: 9. Schuljahr, Stufe 2 - The African Queen: Reader By Jennifer Bassett P Informationen zum Titel Die African Queen ist ein altes, schmutziges Dampfboot Niemand k me auf die Idee, mit solch einem Boot einen gef hrlichen Fluss zu befahren mitten in Zentralafrika w hrend des Ersten Weltkrieges Rose Sayer und Charlie Allnut aber tun es Informationen zum Band Spannende Geschichten f r Lesende mit einem Wortschatz von 1.400 Grundw rtern In diesen Readern werden passive simple forms , past perfect continuous, would conditional clauses, indirect questions, relatives with where when, gerunds after prepositions phrases und clauses of purpose, reason, contrast verwendet Informationen zur Reihe Mit Originaltexten und Bearbeitungen klassischer sowie moderner Literatur l dt die Oxford Bookworms Library zum Lesen ein Illustrationen erleichtern die Einf hrung neuer Vokabeln Ein reichhaltiger Aufgabenapparat liefert bungen und Aktivit ten Ein glossary erkl rt alle W rter, die ber die angegebenen Grundw rter hinausgehen.
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    1. None on said:

      I find it impossible to discuss this book without referring to the 1951 movie The first 80 percent of the movie and the book are mostly similar The endings are quite different I slightly prefer the movie s improbable ending, although the endings of both have serious flaws.Reading the first 80 percent of the book is a joy after having seen the movie If you are like me, you will see and hear the movie in your mind as you read the book.In the first 80 percent of the book, you will find in the book [...]

    2. None on said:

      I find it impossible to discuss this book without referring to the 1951 movie The first 80 percent of the movie and the book are mostly similar The endings are quite different I slightly prefer the movie s improbable ending, although the endings of both have serious flaws.Reading the first 80 percent of the book is a joy after having seen the movie If you are like me, you will see and hear the movie in your mind as you read the book.In the first 80 percent of the book, you will find in the book [...]

    3. None on said:

      The African Queen is a very decent classic which I enjoyed very much Rose Sayer and Charlie Allnut are very developed, hilarious characters who give you an understanding of classes, religion, technology and love The boat handling information is very thorough This classic is for almost any reader I was very satasfied.

    4. None on said:

      There is really not much to say except that the Hollywood movie is not really very much like the book Why does this not suprise me The story and the characters are much human, possibly because they are not Katharine H and Boogie and this is not Hollywood The thundering falls, the hunger,the heat, the gloomy swamps, the smother lake of water lillies, the endless toil and hoursd then, in the end, to see their mission fail As heart breaking and riviting as any book ever writen.

    5. None on said:

      When her village in German Central Africa is destroyed at the start of WWI, a missionary is rescued by a gin loving river miner Their perilous escape on the beat up launch, the African Queen,turns into an outright battle against nature, the Germans, and each other as the tempestuous pair realize they have fallen in love With this love they conquer the impossible, and by a miracle they survive to see the destruction of their enemy

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