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    hallo!
    könnt ihr mal meine summary lesen. und fehler verbessern und sagen ob sie zum folgenden text passt1

    In the excerpt from the novella of T. Coragessan Boyle goes it around
    the immigrants into the USA. Delaney and its neighbour Jack meet in a
    supermarket. There Jack addresses the topic immigrant, he is the
    opinion, does not belong not into his country, since they do not work
    and only on cost the taxpayer live here. He tries to convince his
    neighbour of the fact that the immigrants lead nothing property in the
    sign. He believes even that they would throw themselves before a car, to
    only take in order the insured sum.
    Delaney is however different opinion, he tries Jack to explain that its
    whole nation consists of immigrants. And he tries to make on the basis
    an example clearly, in he told him that his grandmother and his
    grandfather did not originate also from America. But Jack is firmly of
    his opinion convinced and persisted in his point of view. He tries to
    convince for his part with an example the neighbour. He tells him of a
    study, which proves that the immigrants bring in annually seventy
    million taxes however two hundred and forty million spend. Delaney tries
    to say somewhat against it, he wants to him to make clear that each
    humans earn a chance, is not added however not.

    Lifeblood of the nation T. Coraghessan Boyle
    The following excerpt is from T. Coraghessan Boyle’s novel The Tortilla Curtain. Delaney and Kyra Mossbacher are liberal white Americans who live an idyllic in L.A. with their young son Jordan until one day Delaney hits a poor illegal immigrants from Mexico with his car, seriously injuring him. In this extract Jack Jardine, a friend and neighbour, is talking to Delaney in a supermarket, where they have met by accident.

    "Did you know that the U.S. accepted more immigrants last year than all the other countries of the world combined - and that half of them settled in California? And that's legal immigrants, people with skills, money, education. The ones coming in through the Tortilla Curtain down there, those are the ones that are killing us. They're peasants, my friend. No education, no resources, no skills - all they've got to offer is a strong back, and the irony is we need fewer and fewer strong backs every day because we've got robotics and computers and farm machinery that can do the labor of a hundred men at a fraction of the cost." He dropped his hand in dismissal. "Its old news."
    Delaney set the milk down on the floor. He was in a hurry, dinner on the stove, Jordan in the car, Kyra about to walk in the door, but in the heat of the moment he forgot all about it. "I can't believe you," he said, and he couldn't seem to control his free arm, waving it in an expanding loop. "Do you realize what you're saying? Immigrants are the lifeblood of this country - we're a nation of immigrants - and neither of us would be standing here today if it wasn't."
    "Clichès. There's a point of saturation. Besides which, the Jardines fought in the Revolutionary War - you could hardly call us immigrants."
    "Everybodys an immigrant from somewhere. My grandfather came over from Bremen and my grandmother was Irish - does that make me any less a citizen than the Jardines?"
    A woman with frosted hair and a face drawn tight as a drumskin ducked between them for a jar of olives. Jack worked a little grit into his voice: "Thats not the point. Times have changed, my friend. Radically. Do you have any idea what these people are costing us, and not just in terms of crime, but in real tax dollars for social services? No? Well, you ought to. You must have seen that thing in the Times a couple weeks ago, about the San Diego study?"
    Delaney shook his head. He felt his stomach sink.
    "Look, Delaney," Jack went on, cool, reasonable, his voice in full song now, It's a simple equation, so much in, so much out. The illegals in San Diego County contributed seventy million in tax revenues and at the same time they used up two hundred and forty million in services - welfare, emergency care, schooling and the like. You want to pay for that? And for the crime that comes with it? You want another crazy Mexican throwing himself under your wheels hoping for an insurance payoff? Or worse, you want one of them behind the wheel bearing down on you, no insurance, no brakes, no nothing?"
    Delaney was trying to organize his thoughts. He wanted to tell Jack that he was wrong, that everyone deserved a chance in life and that the Mexicans would assimilate just like the Poles, Italians, Germans, Irish and Chinese and that besides which we'd stolen California from them in the first place, but he didn't get the chance.
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    Gast

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    Kann man "goes it" schreiben? Schreib doch "is about..." ( am Anfang)

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    In the excerpt from the novella "The Tortilla Curtain" of T.by Coragessan Boyle goes it around
    the
    deals with immigrants into the USA. Delaney and its his neighbour Jack meet in a
    supermarket. There Jack addresses the topic [b]starts talking about the immigration problem immigrant, he is of the
    opinion,that immigrants do does not belong
    not into his country, since they do not work
    and only on cost the taxpayer live here on the expense of the taxpayers.. He tries to convince his
    neighbour of the fact that the immigrants lead nothing property in the
    sign.
    (1)He even believes even that they would throw themselves before in front of a car, to
    only take
    in order the insured sum. insurance money.
    Delaney is however different opinion, he tries Jack to explain that its
    whole nation consists of immigrants. And he tries to make on the basis
    an example clearly, in he told him that his grandmother and his
    grandfather did not originate also from America. But Jack is firmly of
    his opinion convinced and persisted in his point of view. He tries to
    convince for his part with an example the neighbour. He tells him of a
    study, which proves that the immigrants bring in annually seventy
    million taxes however two hundred and forty million spend. Delaney tries
    to say somewhat against it, he wants to him to make clear that each
    humans earn a chance, is not added however not.
    (2)

    1) total unverständ
    lich ...meinst du mit "lead nothing ...in the sign"
    etwa "im Schilde führen?" Also Englisch ist nicht gleich Deutsch wörtlich übersetzt!
    2) ich passe beim letzten Absatz; alles nur wörtlich übersetzt; kein Gefühl für englischen Satzbau und Wortschatz; eine Korrektur würde 4 mal so lange wie eine Neuschrift dauern.

    Flo

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    Ich korrigiere: fett = eingefügt und verbessert ; rot = gestrichen.

    Am Anfang stimmt die Far be nicht. Der erste (kofrrigierte Satz lautet:

    "The given excerpt from the novella "The Tortilla Curtain" by...

    Flo

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