57: Die Zeit läuft | The time is running

Analyze your social circle, express solutions for problems & dative and prepositions: mit dem Garagenöffner / nach dem Fußballspiel and n-declension in the dative.

Anna and Tim aren’t mad at Paul anymore. But Meili still is. And Fritz is gone. Paul has to get Meili to forgive him. Only then can he invite all of his friends to the Oktoberfest, restore the old friendship and help Tim go on a date with her. Paul is unemployed, and he doesn’t have good clothes for a job interview. So he asks Meili about clothing shops. Laura has been acting very strange, but she could have information about Fritz. She is the only source that’s left now. He has to ask her, but not in the chat. He needs to do it casually on a date. Grandpa could remember the book at any time. Paul has to date Laura immediately to find the book quickly. Laura writes that there is something she needs to tell him. Meili answers that she can’t help because she has „other worries“. What is it that Laura needs to tell Paul? What worries does Meili have? How can he get a date with Laura quickly?

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