In the footsteps of Agatha Christie?

In the footsteps of Agatha Christie?

In their last English test in December, the students of class 4c had to continue a detective story. It was set in Ney York, the beginning was given, they had to use a number of key words and write about 180 to 200 words.

I think that every now and then it’s time to raise the curtain on young talents, and there are two young ladies whose English writing skills are really outstanding. This is the reason why I thought about publishing their stories (with their consent, of course) here on our school’s homepage. Their stories are even more remarkable considering the fact that the students had 50 minutes to do a listening and a reading comprehension, complete vocabulary and grammar exercises and write this text.

Thus, have a good read!

When I opened my eyes, I found myself in a hotel room. My head was aching, and I had no idea where I was. I looked out of the window and there were hundreds of neon signs and electronic billboards – Times Square.

Papers and documents were scattered on the floor, and then I saw it. There was this man lying next to the bathroom door, and guess what – he was dead as a doornail. …   Hannelore Bastl

A detective story – Telegraph

A detective story – Telegraph

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