56: Müller schießt aus der Ecke | Müller shoots from the corner

Talk about football (soccer), make arrangements & dative and prepositions: aus der Ecke / bei dem Foul.

Paul and Tim were at a football (soccer) game – Paul had invited him and paid for the tickets. As a thank you, Tim calls Fritz‘s landlord and pretends to be Fritz: He wants to get him to arrange for the garage door to be repaired, so that Paul can sniff around inside. But it turns out that the door and the opener are both new and cannot be broken at all. That means, Fritz has another garage and the opener must be for that garage. Tim is interested in Meili. He asks if Paul could arrange a meeting. Paul pretends that this is not a problem – but in reality it is because she is still mad at him. He reads Laura‘s many response messages: She writes to him because it was not okay of her to have ghosted him like that. Paul agrees with her. How can Paul arrange a meeting with Meili? Where are Fritz, the book and the garage?

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