Hi, would be nice if you comment on this short story... Especially if there are any grammar mistakes or whatever....

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A man enters a pub, goes straight to the bar and sits down on a chair. The guest´s name is Dan. The barkeeper is cleaning a glass, after having polished it he puts it aside and comes towards Dan. He has a nameplate on his shirt that says that his name is Deidre. A hand is being offered. Handshake. Dan and Deidre seem to be good friends….

Barkeeper: Is there anything you would like to drink?

Guest: ( with a smile on his face ) Hey, come on, you know I am German.

Barkeeper: Well, not all of them are German. ( Here, the barkeeper stresses the notion

German )

Guest: You are right, especially those living at the Mosel. ( after a pause ) I prefer the spanish

ones.

Barkeeper: I don´t care about both of them. I am Turkish.

Guest: As I already said, I am German.

Barkeeper: It would be different when you were English.

Guest: Or chinese.

Barkeeper: Yes, you are right…. ( looking at a beautiful woman standing at the entrance )

Guest: Well, I am German, hence I like the Bavarian.

Barkeeper: Ok, listen, I see your point, man. But what is it that you want to drink?

Guest: You do not listen to me my friend. As I already said, I am German.

Barkeeper: ( goes to the fridge at the corner, takes out a bottle of beer and puts it on the bar

right in front of the guest ) Here, my friend…. You are welcome.

The guest takes the bottle and examines it. Then he smiles. After he took a sip he stands up and welcomes the woman at the door….
Case AssignerHi, would be nice if you comment on this short story... (not a story)

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A man enters a pub, goes straight to the bar and sits down on a chair. The guest´s name is Dan. The barkeeper is cleaning a glass, after having polished it he puts it aside and comes towards Dan. He has a nameplate on his shirt that says that his name is Deidre. A hand is being offered. Handshake. Dan and Deidre seem to be good friends….

Barkeeper: Is there anything you would like to drink?

Guest: ( with a smile on his face ) Hey, come on, you know I am German.

Barkeeper: Well, not all of them (who?) are German. ( Here, the barkeeper stresses the notion German )

Guest: You are right, especially those living at the Mosel. ( after a pause ) I prefer the spanish ones.

Barkeeper: I don´t care about both of them. I am Turkish.

Guest: As I already said, I am German.

Barkeeper: It would be different when you were English.

Guest: Or chinese.

Barkeeper: Yes, you are right…. ( looking at a beautiful woman standing at the entrance )

Guest: Well, I am German, hence I like the Bavarian.

Barkeeper: Ok, listen, I see your point, man. But what is it that you want to drink?

Guest: You do not listen to me, my friend. As I already said, I am German.

Barkeeper: ( goes to the fridge at the corner, takes out a bottle of beer and puts it on the bar

right in front of the guest ) Here, my friend…. You are welcome.

The guest takes the bottle and examines it. Then he smiles. After he took a sip he stands up and welcomes the woman at the door….
Case AssignerHe has a nameplate on his shirt that says that his name is Deidre.
I would rather write: He has got a nameplate on his shirt where you can read his name Deidre.
Case AssignerI prefer the Spanish ones.
Case AssignerGuest: Or Chinese.

Please correct me, if I'm wrong.
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Well, I am not sure either... can someone please comment on this problem. A friend of mine told me that it must be written with capital letters. I am very unsure about that.
Case AssignerWell, I am not sure either... can someone please comment on this problem. A friend of mine told me that it must be written with capital letters. I am very unsure about that.
You are quite right. But you didn't write it in your short story with capital letters.
Ohhh damn, sorry.... Yes, you are right. I was somehow confused. I thought I had written it with a capital letter. Sorry.
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Case AssignerOhhh damn, sorry.... Yes, you are right. I was somehow confused. I thought I had written it with a capital letter. Sorry.
No problem. You are welcome!
Thank you for helping me with my mistakes....
I have recognized that a lot of people ( at least in my surroundings ) do not understand this short story. They completely misinterpret it. What is it that you think the story is about?

ps: This story is an experiment....