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Beitrag von kleine-liebe

03.12.2007 17:23:02

kleine-liebe

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Themenstarter
kleine-liebe hat das Thema eröffnet...

Hey könnt ihr euch das mal bitte durchlesen und mir sagen, wenn schlimme Fehler drin sind??
Wäre super!

Summary

Jess Bhamra is an 18-year- old girl growing up in West London, where her family has taken every effort to stay in touch with other Indian families. Jess’ parents want her to go to university, learn to cook a traditional Indian dinner and settle down with a nice Indian boy, like her older sister Pinky. Pinky is going to marry her Indian boyfriend Teetu and her parents are proud and happy about the marriage.
However, her family doesn’t know that Jess has a secret passion – football. Her parents don’t know that she likes to play a game in the park with her cousin Tony and some of the boys in the neighbourhood. She dreams of becoming a professional football player, inspired by one of England’s most famous players, David Beckham. She tells her dreams to a poster of Beckham which hangs in her room.
One day, while Jess and her friends play football in the park, she meets Jules who is quite impressed of Jess. Jules plays in the local women’s football team, the Hounslow Harriers, and she thinks that Jess is good enough to play in the team and so she invites her to come to a trial. She happily accepts Jules’s invitation to join the club, even though she knows her parents would disapprove because when her mother saw her together with the boys in the park, she was very angry and started a big discussion at home. So she doesn’t tell them anything about her new hobby and she got caught up in lies as she tries to keep up a double life as a student and a footballer.
She becomes a key member of the team and Jules’s best friend. She also develops a special relationship with the team’s coach, Joe.
Jules says Jess, she should tell her parents that she works in a supermarket, and then she can play in the team without telling her parents. It’s a good idea because no one seems to notice her secret.
So Jess lies to her parents and goes to the football practice every day but eventually Pinky finds out that Jess has a secret when she should pick her up at work. Pinky tells her parents everything about her secret hobby. Their parents are shocked and disappointed. Jess gets house-arrest and is only allowed to come out of her room for meal.
In the evening Joe, the trainer, is standing in front of the Bhamra’s house. Jess is extremely nervous when Joe sits in the living room together with her and her parents. She feels that there was something different when she was so close to Joe, she doesn’t feel so uncomfortable like with other guys.
She doesn’t know why Joe visits her but if her parents suspected that she was crazy about her coach, her chances of playing for the game again would be more microscopic than they were right now .
Joe wants to talk with her parents about the football team. Jules told him that Jess’s parents don’t know that she is playing in the team. He explains that Jess is a really good player and that they need her in the team.
But then Mr. Bhamra tells Joe about his hobby: When he was a teenager in Indian, he was the best fast bowler in his school. But when he came to this country, he wasn’t allowed to play in any team. No club wanted him, an Indian with a turban. Now he’s afraid that the same will happen to Jess and that’s the reason why she isn’t allowed to play football in an English team.
There is no chance for Jess to go back to the training and when Joe tells her that they have an invitation to Germany for a game she becomes really sad.
But there is a great possibility: Pinky helps Jess to go to Germany, both are lying to their parents and so Jess is able to go to Germany with the team.
In Germany Jess is glad and impressed by the country and the city they live in. The next day they play against the German team but they lose the game. The girls are in a bad mood and so Joe wants to go out with them in the evening.
Later they get ready for the party and Jess is wearing make-up for the first time in her life. Jules borrows her tight skirt and a shiny black top and she’s showing a lot of skin, what is not typical for an Indian girl. She hopes that Joe would like it.
On the party Joe and Jules are flirting and Jess feels jealous........

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Beitrag von Rol

03.12.2007 17:30:41

Rol

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och....nöööö...

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Beitrag von kleine-liebe

03.12.2007 17:33:19

kleine-liebe

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thanks....

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Beitrag von kleine-liebe

03.12.2007 17:57:00

kleine-liebe

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kleine-liebe hat das Thema eröffnet...

bitte irgendjemand

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Beitrag von Boston_Pu...

03.12.2007 18:11:33

Boston_Pu...

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hey ich kenn den film^^...also den ersten abschnitt habsch gelesen^^
bin aber kein ass in englisch aber wirkt gut laso es is nur der eindruck ^^

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Beitrag von Chiyo

03.12.2007 18:40:47

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haha ich kenn den film au , hab ich auf dvd :P

find's summary sehr gut ..

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Beitrag von kleine-liebe

03.12.2007 18:51:31

kleine-liebe

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oh man .....

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Beitrag von DieMarti

03.12.2007 19:33:09

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Jess Bhamra is an 18-yearS- old girl growing up in the west of London (oder gibt es west london, als eigennamen), where her family has taken every effort to stay in touch with other Indian families. Jess’ parents want her to go to university, learn to cook a traditional Indian dinner and settle down with a nice Indian boy, like her older sister Pinky WILL. Pinky is going to marry her Indian boyfriend Teetu and her parents FEEL proud and happy about the marriage.
However, her family doesn’t know that Jess has a secret passion – football. Her parents don’t know that she likes to play THIS game in the park with her cousin Tony and some of the boys in the neighbourhood. She dreams of becoming a professional football player, inspired by one of England’s most famous players, David Beckham. She tells her dreams to a poster of Beckham, which is hanging in her room.
One day, while Jess and her friends play football in the park, she meets Jules who is quite impressed BY her. Jules plays in the local women’s football team, the Hounslow Harriers, and she thinks that Jess is good enough to play in the team and so she invites her to come to a trial. She accepts Jules’s invitation to join the club happily (wortstellung), even though she knows her parents would disapprove because when her mother saw her together with the boys in the park, she was very angry and started a big discussion at home. So she doesn’t tell them anything about her new hobby and she got caught up in lies as she tries to keep up a double life as a student and a footballer.
She becomes a key member of the team and Jules’s best friend. She also develops a special relationship with the team’s coach, Joe.
Jules tells Jess, she should lie to her parents that she works in a supermarket, and then she can play in the team without telling them. It seems to be a good idea because no one notices that she is lying.
So Jess goes to the football practice every day, but Pinky finds eventually out that Jess has a secret when she should pick her up at work. Pinky tells their parents everything about Jess' secret hobby. Their parents are shocked and disappointed. Jess gets to be grounded and is only allowed to come out of her room for meal.
In the evening Joe, the trainer, is standing in front of the Bhamra’s house. Jess is extremely nervous when Joe sits in the living room together with her and her parents. She feels that there is something different when she is that close to Joe, she doesn’t feel uncomfortable like with other guys.
She doesn’t know why Joe visits her, but if her parents found that she is crazy about her coach, her chances to play again would be more microscopic than they are right now .
Joe wants to talk to her parents about the football team. Jules told him that Jess’ parents don’t know that she is playing in the team. He explains that Jess is a really good player and that they need her.
But then Mr. Bhamra tells Joe about his hobby: When he was a teenager in Indian, he was the best fast bowler in his school. But when he came to this country, he wasn’t allowed to play in any team. No club wanted him, an Indian with a turban. Now he’s afraid that the same will happen to Jess and that’s the reason why she isn’t allowed to play football in an English team.
There is no chance for Jess to go on with the training and when Joe tells her that they have an invitation to Germany for a game she becomes really sad.
But there is a great possibility: Pinky helps Jess to go to Germany, both are lying to their parents and so Jess is able to go to Germany with the team.
In Germany Jess is glad and impressed by the country and the city they live in. The next day they play against the German team but they lose the game. The girls are in a bad mood and so Joe wants to go out with them in the evening.
Later, they get ready for the party and Jess uses make-up for the first time in her life. Jules borrows her tight skirt and a shiny black top and shows a lot of skin, what is not typical for an Indian girl. She hopes that Joe would like it.
On the party Joe and Jules are flirt so that Jess is jealous........

so.. der anfang war echt gut also so die erste hälfte.. hab am anfang das immer groß geschrieben.. udn dann einfach klein weiter.. musst du mal gucken

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Beitrag von kleine-liebe

03.12.2007 20:24:20

kleine-liebe

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boah dir gilt das fetteste danke!!!

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Beitrag von paw.LeXxuS

03.12.2007 20:33:37

paw.LeXxuS

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mal überlegt ne einleitung zu schreiben?

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Beitrag von minniemaus_2

03.12.2007 20:42:15

minniemaus_2

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es heißt aber trotzdem 18-year-old ... ohne das "s" !!

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