The other day I was looking in the school library for a nice book to read over the weekend. I found one and itˋs a book written for children. In school I started to read it and found that would be the one Iˋll take with me.
The first story I read was about a conversation among the German alphabets and some words asserted to be the most often used ones, even the letter Y, which is rather seldom used in the German language, found it is unthinkably to go without it.
Then the punctionation reported how important they are. Only the ˋcommaˋ was the stillest until it told a story about a case where it got the most important role and even saved a life.
The story was about a villain who was sentenced to death. He wrote a letter to the government where he told the judge that he was innocent and didnˋt commit the crime.
The judge was sure he did the crime and wrote back a letter to the prison that said: ˋ Wait not, hang himˋ.
At that time telegraph office was used for delivering messages. The recipient had hearing problems and wrote down: ˋ Wait, not hang himˋ.
The execution had been delayed for a few days and in the meantime the real villain was caught.
All the members of the alphabeth could hear by themselve that a little comma was able to rescue someone from a certain death.