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Iñigo moro 18

Iñigo moro 18






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    • Iñigo Moro 18 Mikel Aizpurua 1 Borja Viadero 26 Asier Cueva 10 Pride and Prejuice
    • The Main Characters of the film
    • Mr Darcy its very serius. His family its rich so he cant sozialize with people that arent so important as he. He is a tall boy but he is too arrogant Mr Binggley is family of Mr Darcy, he is inloved of Jane Bennet. He is hundson and its not so much serious than Mr darcy Mr Darcy and Mr Binggley
    • She is the second of the Bennet sisters she has 20 years old. She loves reading and the nature. She likes laught to the people. She shares her secrets with her sister Jane. She has the tendency to judge the first impressions. Elizabeth Bennett
    • She is very sentimentaly, she loves Mr Binggley. She is very lovely girl all loves her. She is always laughting as her sisters. Sher want married with Mr Binggley. Jane Bennet
      • This is the Bennet Family. There are not a poor family but there arent too rich. This family has a problem: they oli have daughters,so they have to married with a boy quickly becose if not, they will take them and they wolud live in the misery .
      Bennet Family
    • Relationshisp between characters
      • In the center of this company Bennet is the adorable one and very crazy family, with his five marriageable daughters, of between 15 and 23 years (of bigger than minor: Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, kitty and finally Lydia). The lady Bennet sees to the marriage as the only hope for his daughters since to the death of the gentleman Bennet the young women were remaining left his luck when the gentleman Collins (inheritor of everything due to the fact that the property is linked) takes possession . It implies that only it is transmitted by the masculine line, so that to the death of the father , the mother and the daughters will lose most of the fortune.
    • Thank you good bye!