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No comments and teacher cuandp are included. Due to the fact they do not have tools for making the necessary repairs, they decide to wait for help.

One day they win a brand new motorbike in a raffle and decide to make an initiation ride to the beach. The sense of adventure or reckless behavior can be found in the following dialogue between Felipe and Huberto: They can feature supernatural elements such as ghosts, witches, or vampires, or they can address more realistic psychological fears.

Lo que perdemos en kilometraje lo ganamos en tranquilidad. Another example of lod lack of consciousness as regard any possible difficulty would be the fact that they take no tools for their trip. Suddenly, the young men realize that their pallid helpers are not driving in the right direction, begin to feel scared and start to shout at them.

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The following extract shows that the story portrays a close friendship among Felipe and Huberto: A marchndo carried out by Figueroa et al. Newer Post Older Post Home.

The first concept which may be easily observed at the beginning of the story is friendship, which is depicted as a very strong, close, intimate, loving relationship dating back from childhood.

Such tales are of ancient origin palios form a substantial part of the body of folk literature.

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The texts in this blog are published with their original spelling and grammar. The story may be a good option for teenagers who vienej reluctant to read any kind of literature.

Something appears to be wrong with their bike so it stops in the middle of a bridge. Posted by Blas Bigatti at 6: Adolescents may feel attracted, not only to the characters, because of their relationship and their behaviour, but also to the story which keeps them intrigued till the end, as it has an unpredictable ending.

Moreover, this is pwlidos perfect example of a story thought for adolescents, and with which they can clearly identify in many respects due to the fact that it conveys the ideas, concepts and values most attractive to them. Retrieved October 22, from http: It never occurs to them that a brand new motorbike may have any mechanical problem. Retrieved October 9, from http: Since the story contains some of the characteristics of YAL mentioned above, it may constitute an appealing reader for teenagers.

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Secondly, one of the venen that become prominent as the reader advances on the story would be the marhcando or recklessness shown by the young men when they plan on going for a long ride immediately after they come into possession of the motorcycle, completely disregarding any possible complication that may occur.

The Encyclopaedia Britannica lod to a horror story, to a story in which the focus is on creating a feeling of fear. The story being examined here describes the events of two young males, Felipe and Huberto, who are really close friends from childhood. Indeed, what really happens later on leads the story to an unexpected ending. A strange white Kombi with seven pale freaky persons arrive and take Huberto and Felipe to the nearest village.

A parallel could be drawn between this and the typical teenage behaviour of taking risks without considering the consequences.