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How I Met Myself
Transcript of How I Met Myself
Arrange the sequence of events in Chapter 1 correctly.
Which event do you find most interesting?
Based on the novel, 'How I Met Myself' by David Hill, the event I find most interesting is _____________________
I find this event interesting because ____________________________________________________________.
Another reason why I find this interesting is___________________________________________________________.
In conclusion, I would like to state that this event is definitely interesting as _____________________________.
Chapter 1 : A strange
John Taylor is walking home from his office on a cold, dark January evening. After 5 minutes, it begins to snow. The streets are deserted. As he walks, he is thinking of the Hungarian with whom he had an argument with at work. At the same time, he is also thinking of whether Andrea had prepared one of her hot nice soup for him. As he walks along the 13th District of Budapest, he hears the loud sound of a door shutting from inside a building and the footsteps of someone running. The street door opens abruptly and a man runs into him. John falls down on the snow and shouts at the man. The man apologises in Hungarian and quickly walks away. John finds it strange as the man looks exactly like him.
How I Met Myself
He saw a man who looked exactly like him.
He heard someone running.
He heard a door shutting loudly inside a building.
A man ran straight into him.
He thought about the argument with one of the Hungarians at work.
He was walking home from the office.
It started to snow heavily.
He hoped that Andrea had prepared him one of her nice, hot soup.
He was shocked to see that the man who had knocked into him looked exactly like him
John Taylor is walking home from his office one cold January evening.
Suddenly, a man runs out of the building and knocks him down.
After 5 minutes, it begins to snow. The streets are deserted.
As he walks, he is thinking of the Hungarian with whom he had an argument with at work.
At the same time he is also thinking whether Andrea had prepared one of her hot, nice soup for him.
As he walks along the 13th District of Budapest, he hears the loud sound of a door shutting from inside a building and the footsteps of someone running.
John finds it strange as the man who knocks into him looks exactly like him.
The man ran out of 7 Felka utca .
CHAPTER 1 : A STRANGE MEETING