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Inspirational people

Inspirational people

Who have been the most inspirational people of the 20th Century?

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We asked our teachers:

If you could meet anybody (dead or alive) who would it be and why?

Ed:

Jesus Christ….. I think it´d be very interesting to know if he seemed like some other type of being… or Gautama Buddah…. someone who could tell me something useful

 


 

Tony:

Princess Diana for all the good work that she did.

 


Lily:

Perhaps the most difficult question yet. Tracy Chapman is an idol, I´d love to meet her… or perhaps my maternal grandfather who sounded like a very interesting man. He died when my mum was 18. Both boring answers really, sorry!

 


Marianne:

I would love to meet Albert Einstein, not only to quiz him about science but also because he was such a fun person and had met so many other people in his life time. I´m sure he would have anecdotes and stories about everyone from Marilyn Monroe to Adolf Hitler!

 


Janet:

Hans Solo. He is absolutely gorgeous and he’s the coolest, most adventurous, daring pilot I’ve ever heard of.

 


Cliff:

Leonardo Da Vinci, to learn the secrets of one of the greatest minds.

 


Amanda:

Steven Hawkins, because he has one of the most powerful minds of our time. He also has the ability to explain very complicated concepts in a comprehensive way.


Niall:

I’d like to meet Muntadar al-Zaidi, the guy who threw a shoe at George Bush at a press conference in Iraq, and shake his hand. Brilliant!


 

Elisabeth:

It would be cool to meet Ernest Hemingway, just to see if he’s the same as his reputation.


 

 

 

Amy Johnson

7 Comentaris
  • Sergi Navarro

    9 octubre, 2012at10:33 Respon

    Same as Marianne, however, it’s too late…So, now I would like to interview Rolf Heuer, the director of CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research). I think their research will change the science of the world in few years because they’ve discovered the smallest atomic particles which, incredibly, explain what is the universe and the famous Higgs boson also knowed as “God Particle” which is likely to be detected.

    Perhaps, we will be able to get some superpowers with the conclusions of these experiments as jump/travel through the space or instantaneous transfer of data from any point of the universe.

    Amazing…

  • Cristina

    10 octubre, 2012at18:51 Respon

    I would find really interesting to meet Rosa Parks. For me she is one of the most inspirational people.

  • Yaiza

    10 octubre, 2012at18:52 Respon

    I would like to meet Santiago Ramón y Cajal because I think he was one of the greatest minds. He is considered by many to be the father of modern neuroscience because his pioneering investigations. I admire him.

  • Anònim

    10 octubre, 2012at19:43 Respon

    I would like to meet Charlie Chaplin because I think that he was an incredible artist.
    I have seen a lot of times his speech from the film “the great dictator”, when he is speaking to the army and his words are strong and full of freedom.

    • Pere Vicarregui

      10 octubre, 2012at19:46 Respon

      Sorry! it was me, I didn’t remember to log in.

  • jordiserra2012

    14 octubre, 2012at13:51 Respon

    Colonel John “Hannibal” Smith for all successful plans he did with B.A. Baracus
    “I love it when a plan comes together! “

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