Justify actions, reflect on a situation, read the 24-hour clock & possessive pronouns: dein(e), sein(e), ihr(e).
Paul tries to find Laura on Facebook. But it’s not easy, and he gives up. Also because this is making him feel like a stalker. Tim calls: He was on vacation. His mobile phone was switched off. Getting accused by Paul makes him angry. He can’t have stolen the book because after the party he didn’t even have a free hand to carry it. Paul regrets that he is so forgetful and not a good detective. Then he remembers Meili‘s answer from earlier in the group chat. She said she has a job, but Paul realizes that’s not true: She’s only studies. The book is gone, and Tim didn’t do it. Was it Meili?
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