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1 Übersetzung von der text, ”Hallo, Nachbar”
Heute ist die Welt eine Global Ortschaft. Das bedeute, dass wir tägliche Information über unsere Mitmenschen bekommen in die ganze Welt. Deshalb wissen wir auch, dass es gibt eine große Armut, als man nicht ohne weiteres bekämpfen kann. Das meisten Akzeptieren diese Tatsache, ohne dass es gibt Sie schlechtes Gewissen. Aber ab und zu die Armut bekomme einem Gesicht. Es Erleben Claudia Klütsch nach Köln, da sie in einer neues Hemd, einen merkwürdig Fetzen finden.

2 Schreibe über die Familie Klütsch Claudia steht im Schlafzimmer, da sieht sie den Zettel auf die Hemden. Es war nicht eine Garantie, oder eine Waschanleitung. Es war einer Zettel mit einem Bescheid auf, ein ruf auf Hilfen. Sie rief auf Martin ihr Mann ganz schnell. Einem Bescheid von einem Mann, mit seine wichtig Botschaft. Gazi S. arbeitet als Vorarbeiter in der Verpackungsabteilung einer Textilfabrik. Der Kontakt zwischen der Familie und Gazi S. entsteht hier, wann Claudie den Zettel finden hat.
Claudia besprechen mit ihr Mann auf die Sache. Sie wollen von ihren ganzen Herzen hilft Gazi in diesen Situationen. Aber sie weiß es war nicht genau, weil es eine Armen Dorf ist. Claudia erfährt durch ein Wochenzeitschaft dass Gazi nicht gelogen hat, und damit will sie auch er Hilfen. Familien Klütschs haben selbst vier Kinder aber es könnte zurechtkommen. Wann sie hören von Gazi’s Leben, und die Wörter auf den Zettel ”Brauche Geld zum Leben“. Sie bekomme vielen Mitgefühlen. Claudia sich durchringt zu Hilfen mit zum Geld. Sie sagt du kaufst ein Hemd, und hast plötzlich ein Leben in der Hand. Sie müssen also einen Beschluss fassen. Nun wollen sie senden 30 Euro nach Dhaka schicken an Gazi. Sogar bekommt Claudia also einen neuen Nachbar in Dhaka.
3. a Was erfährst du über Gazi S. und sein Land?
Gazi S. setze ihre Job, vor mehr Geld, weil er sehr arm ist. Gazi und er Familie habe keine Land, damit kein Vieh, und kein Fahrrad. Er bekomme nicht viel Geld, er ist schlecht bezahlt. Bangladesch es ist eine Arme Ort zu Leben hier in die Welt, im entgegensetzen falle unsere Leben hier in Dänemark, und Familie Klütch‘s Leben in Deutschland
Es ist auch ein Land der Wirbelstürme und Überschwemmungen, Korruption, Bevölkerungsexplosion, Slums, es sagt das Bangladesch ein armen, dreckig Land ist. Und ein Land mit wenigen Möglichkeiten innerhalb zu bekomme ein Job.

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