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Артикли в контексте - Ramla Ali: My secret life - Владимир vs Данил

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When — boxer Ramla Ali won — British and — English titles in — 2016, not one of — her family was watching.
This wasn't because they couldn't bear to watch - they simply didn't know.
For — first Muslim woman to win — English boxing title had long kept — her boxing — secret from her strict family - believing they would disapprove, as some still do.
“I remember I competed in — national finals,” — Ali, — daughter of — imam, told — BBC Sport Africa. “My parents live in — Bethnal Green [in — London] and — finals were taking place in nearby — York Hall.
“I remember giving — my kit bag to — my coach and saying: 'I will meet you there later'. I said: 'Mum, mum, I'm going out for — run, I'll see you soon' - and all — while, I was going to compete nationally. Those are — lengths I had to go to.”
— Ali started — boxing in — her early teens and told — her mother that she was simply training for — fitness, rather than contesting — any bouts.
With her gentle — demeanour masking — steely determination, it wasn't until her mid-20s that — Ali's double life was blown.
“I remember walking in from — training and — everyone was there in — living room,” explains — fighter who represented — England prior to switching allegiance to her homeland, — Somalia.
“I thought: 'What's going on here? We never sit down as — family' and they were like: 'Look, you need to stop. Why are you showing — skin? — Muslim girl shouldn't be doing this, it's — man's sport - what's — community going to think?'
“It just broke — my heart when they said that.”
To please her family, — featherweight stopped - just as she has — many times throughout — her stop-start career, to — its undoubted detriment.
At — one point, graduate — Ali worked for — London law firm but with — regular late nights ruling out any chance of — boxing, after — six months she returned to — sport that has profoundly impacted upon her life.

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Discussion

DanilDanil, 2018/12/02 19:22, 2018/12/02 19:55

When the boxer Ramla Ali won zero British and zero English titles in NA 2016, not one of NAher family was watching.

DanilDanil, 2018/12/02 21:47, 2018/12/03 07:54

When a boxer Ramla Ali won the British and zero English titles in NA 2016, not one of NAher family was watching.

DanilDanil, 2018/12/03 18:26

When zero boxer Ramla Ali won the British and zero English titles in NA 2016, not one of NAher family was watching.

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2018/12/03 08:39

This wasn't because they couldn't bear to watch - they simply didn't know. For the first Muslim woman to win an English boxing title had long kept NA her boxing a secret from her strict family - believing they would disapprove, as some still do.

DanilDanil, 2018/12/03 18:25, 2018/12/03 21:08

“I remember I competed in zero national finals,” - Ali, a daughter of imam, told the BBC Sport Africa. “My parents live in zero Bethnal Green [in zero London] and the finals were taking place in nearby the York Hall.

DanilDanil, 2018/12/03 22:22, 2018/12/03 22:22

“I remember I competed in the national finals,” - Ali, the daughter of an imam, told NA BBC Sport Africa. “My parents live in zero Bethnal Green [in zero London] and the finals were taking place in nearby NA York Hall.

AlexAlex, 2018/12/04 22:31, 2018/12/05 01:22

Простите, что вклиниваюсь, но как вообще можно определить артикль перед daughter, если в тексте не указано, единственная она или нет? Также в тексте до этого не упоминается никакая другая девушка, не дочь имама. Т.е. мне кажется определенный артикль имеет смысл, если она единственная дочь (но откуда мы это знаем?) или для оппозиции какой-то другой не-дочери-имама. А неопределенный - если она одна из дочерей (но откуда мы это знаем?) какого-то имама или элемент неопределенного множества “дочери имамов” (т.е. просто описательное определение, и мне этот вариант понятнее всего). Если это не специальная учебная история, а просто текст, то его автор, зная что Али единственная дочь, мог употребить the, чтобы информировать читателей. Но мы, как читатели, этого не знаем.

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2018/12/03 21:06

“I remember giving NA my kit bag to NA my coach and saying: 'I will meet you there later'. I said: 'Mum, mum, I'm going out for a run, I'll see you soon' - and all the while, I was going to compete nationally. Those are the lengths I had to go to.”

DanilDanil, 2018/12/04 17:07, 2018/12/04 19:20

NA Ali started NA boxing in NA her early teens and told NA her mother that she was simply training for a fitness, rather than contesting NA any bouts. With her gentle NA demeanour masking a steely determination, it wasn't until her mid-20s that the Ali's double life was blown. “I remember walking in from a training and NA everyone was there in a living room,” explains the fighter who represented NA England prior to switching allegiance to her homeland, NA Somalia.

DanilDanil, 2018/12/04 20:57

NA Ali started NA boxing in NA her early teens and told NA her mother that she was simply training for NA fitness, rather than contesting NA any bouts. With her gentle NA demeanour masking a steely determination, it wasn't until her mid-20s that NA Ali's double life was blown. “I remember walking in from NA training and NA everyone was there in the living room,” explains the fighter who represented NA England prior to switching allegiance to her homeland, NA Somalia.

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2018/12/04 19:23

“I thought: 'What's going on here? We never sit down as a family' and they were like: 'Look, you need to stop. Why are you showing zero skin? A Muslim girl shouldn't be doing this, it's a man's sport - what's the community going to think?' “It just broke NA my heart when they said that.”

DanilDanil, 2018/12/06 18:00, 2018/12/06 18:02

To please her family, the featherweight stopped - just as she has zero many times throughout na her stop-start career, to na its undoubted detriment. At the one point, graduate — Ali worked for a London law firm but with zero regular late nights ruling out any chance of na boxing, after zero six months she returned to the sport that has profoundly impacted upon her life.

DanilDanil, 2018/12/06 18:12

To please her family, the featherweight stopped - just as she has zero many times throughout na her stop-start career, to na its undoubted detriment. At na one point, graduate — Ali worked for a London law firm but with zero regular late nights ruling out any chance of na boxing, after zero six months she returned to na sport that has profoundly impacted upon her life.

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