25 Aug 2010
LISA - QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.
I know you have been reading Harry Potter in English. Did you enjoy it and who is your favourite character?
Oh God! Yes, harry Potter is one of the best books I've ever read. Ooh my favorite character? (Thinks) Serius Black, the dog I think because he always tries to help Harry and never leaves him alone.
We went to see Eclipse, what was it like hearing how the actors actually spoke?
I liked Eclipse better than New Moon.
You saw this in German?
Yes, last November I think.The actor's voices were quite different because I have never heard them before.
So, are you an Edward or Jacob girl?
Hard to say. I don't like Edward, he's cold, pale and unfriendly. I like Jacob better, he is always friendly and he laughs a lot. I've got three favourite characters. Alice is different then the other girls and that's ok. Emmit is a good friend and tries to help whenever he can but the best is Riley.
Riley? But he is a baddie.
I don't think so. When Victoria changed him into a vampire she always told him she loved him and he believed her.
So you felt quite sorry for him?
Yes, because until the end he fought for her love and died knowing she played with him.
You don't eat meat or fish. How have you found the food in England?
(Laughs) Food shops are great, they have more choice than in Germany.
We know you don't like marmite, who does? What food have you enjoyed?
Ooohh. I like peanut butter and blackcurrant jam.
Urgh, no. I like the different sorts of crisps because we don't have them in Germany.
English people like to talk about the weather, how have you found it?
The weather? The weather here isn't really good. It rains too much in my opinion and when the sun is out it isn't really warm.
Anything you really do or don't like about England?
(Smiles) If I say something wrong they won't let me back into Germany (Laughs). I really like peanut butter which we can't find in Germany and I really liked the coast and York and I've never heard so many accents in one place which is great of course.
Ok. We know you don't like the rain, anything else?
Marmite and that you drive on the wrong side of the road.
What has been your favourite activity so far?
Oh? (Thinks then swears in German) Oh, I haven't got a best, I liked it all, York and the coast.
Arti asks how you say goodbye in German.
We have different ways. Auf wiedersehen means see you later. Tscüss, ciao which haven't got a special meaning. Bis bald which means see you soon. That's it.
OK, thanks Lisa.