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Szene 1 (Im Alda Haus)
Alda : Guten Morgen!
Rikka : Morgen!
Alda : Ich möchte zum Karangkraf Verlagshaus fahren.
Rikka : Kein Problem, Alda. Das ist ganz einfach. Ich will den Weg zeigen.
Alda : Ist das Verlagshaus weit von heir?
Rikka : Das Verlagshaus ist nicht weit, Alda. An der Ampel fahren wir nach rechts und geradeaus. An der Ecke ist ein Verlagshaus.

Szene 2 (Im Weg zum Karangkraf Verlagshaus)
Alda : Moment. Ich denke, wir sind verloren.
Rikka : Da ist eine Frau. Fragen wir sie.
Alda : Entschuldigung, wo ist das Karangkraf Verlagshaus? Entschuldigung!
Die blinde Mädchen : ……………………..
Alda : Tut mir Leid.
Alda : Guten Tag!
Die Verkäuferin : Guten Tag!
Alda : Ich suche ein Karangkraf Verlagshaus.
Die Verkäuferin : Oh, Karangkraf Verlagshaus. Fahren Sie bis zur Kreuzung und nach rechts in die Schillhauptstraße. Dann fahren Sie 500 meter.
An der Ecke ist eine Bank. Das Verlagshaus liegt neben der Bank.
Verstehen Sie?
Alda : Ja, Danke schön für die Hilfe.
Die Verkäuferin : Bitte schön.
Alda : Fährst du bis zur Kreuzung.
Rikka : Fahre ich nach rechts oder nach links?
Alda : Nach rechts………nein……..nach links……
Rikka : Entschuldigung, wie komme ich zum Karangkraf Verlagshaus?
Die Tankwartin : Oh… Zuerst fahren Sie über die
ScholssBrücke und am Bahnhof vorbei. Danach fahren Sie in die dritte Kreuzung und nach links. Auf der linken Seite ist ein Restaurant und auf der rechten Seite ist ein Karangkraf Verlagshaus.
Rikka : Vielen Dank!
Die Tankwartin : Bitte schön!

Szene 3 (Im Karangkraf Verlagshaus)
Rikka : Das Karangkraf Verlaghaus ist groß und schön.
Alda : Ja. Auf Wiedersehen Rikka. Bis später.
Rikka : Auf Wiedersehen.
Alda : Guten Morgen!…...

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