Give and receive information about somebody & plural: nouns that get an -en/-n ending.
Fritz sends Paul some information: Anna has a criminal record for theft. Paul also knows she likes to read. Now he suspects her even more but he doesn’t want to risk asking her directly if she is the one who stole his book. So he decides to book a trip to Berlin for Fritz, Anna and himself. He needs a vacation anyway and he could collect more information about her during the trip. But right now she’s still angry and probably wouldn’t come along … How can Paul get Anna to come along for the trip?
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