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India & E.M. Forster Grammar subjects : Tricky verb patterns and Præposition + that = ALDRIG!. Cecilie, Christine T. & Katrine. E.M. Forster. Facts . 1879 – 1970 Genres: realism , symbolism , modernism Subjects : class division, gender , homosexuality Inherited 659.300 £

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india e m forster grammar subjects tricky verb patterns and pr position that aldrig

India & E.M. Forster Grammarsubjects: Tricky verb patternsand Præposition + that = ALDRIG!

Cecilie, Christine T. & Katrine

facts
Facts
  • 1879 – 1970
  • Genres: realism, symbolism, modernism
  • Subjects: classdivision, gender, homosexuality
  • Inherited 659.300£
  • Fivenovelspublished in his lifetime
  • Traveling– wrote all his novels
novels
Novels
  • Whereangelsfear to tread (1905)
  • The longestjourney (1907)
  • A room with a view (1908)
  • Howards end (1910)
  • A passage to India (1924)
    • Greatestsuccess
    • Won a prize for fiction
    • Mourice (1913-14)
    • Published 1971
    • Positive sight on homosexuality
facts about india
Facts about India
  • Official name
    • Bharat
  • Capital:
    • New Delhi
    • 14.146.000 inhabitants
  • Divided into 3 geographical regions
    • The Himalayas
    • The plains, north from the Ganges river
    • The plateau – Dekán
  • Religion
    • 83% Hinduism, 11% Islam,

2,5% Sikher. Christian and Buddhist minorities (ca. 3%)

  • Languages
    • 400 different
    • 18 different official approved
    • Most spread
      • Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Urdu
  • National day
    • the 15 of August (1947)
india s history when india was colonized
India’s history When India was colonized
  • The Europeans going into India
  • The British East Indian Company (1687)
  • War among France and England (about settling down in India)
  • From 1798 – systematic conquest of India
  • A. 1820, hole India is conquered by the England except Punjab, Kashmir and Peshawar that were controlled by the allied Sheik Ranjit Singh
  • When he died in 1849, the British Empire took the control over these three areas.
  • 2nd of august 1858:
    • The British East Indian Company is replaced by British India, who manages the British interests in India. (Act for the better government of India)
india s history during the colonization
India’s historyDuring the colonization
  • Admiration
    • Was not a part of India
    • Locals rulers
    • Population
    • Cipayo  lead to the British empire took over all Indian admiration
  • Economic
    • Textile industry – England
    • Farming production  export

Consequences

  • Reduced income and high unemployment rate.
  • The British Empire shaped the economy by own interests.
    • 70% of the state’s money was used on defensive expenses
    • All British expenses were booked as Indian expenses.
india s history during the colonization1
India’s historyDuringthe colonization
  • Religion
    • The religion differences were used ( election reform)
  • Education
    • British system
    • Made an elite
      • Union (1876) – inspired by Giuseppe Mazzini – lead to the Indian national congress.
    • Language
facts about india after decolonization
Facts about India Afterdecolonization

Official languages Population

  • Standard language is Hindi 1,193,627,000
  • Secondary official language is English

Area

  • 3.287.263km2
the independent india 1947
The independent India 1947-

Timeline for the independent India since 1947

  • 1947: India becomes Independent
  • 1956- 62: French and Portuguese colonies become Indian
  • 1962: War between India and China – Disagreement on boarders
  • 1947- 65: War between India and Pakistan- Kashmir
  • 1965: USA withdraw their help program
  • 1971: Bangladesh

Treaty between India and the Soviet union

  • 1992-02: Ongoing war between Hindus and Muslims
  • 2004: Tsunami
tricky verb patterns 1
Tricky verb patterns 1

AT LYKKES

→ Det lykkedes dem at gøre det = theysucceededin doing it

  • På dansk er udtrykket personligt, men på engelsk er det upersonligt.
  • Følges altid af in + ing-form → ..succeeded IN DOING..
tricky verb patterns 2
Tricky verb patterns 2

AT FORTÆLLE, AT = to tell SOMEBODY that

→ Han fortalte, at han.. = He told usthathe..

  • ALTID: tell + person + that-sætning

AT FÅ NOGEN TIL AT GØRE NOGET

→ To makesomebody DO something

To getsomebody TO DO something

Betydningsforskel: to make = at tvinge

to get = at overtale

tricky verb patterns 3
Tricky verb patterns 3

AT FORKLARE NOGEN, AT = to explain (to somebody) that..

→ I explainedto himthat..

AT FORESLÅ NOGEN, AT = to suggest (to somebody) that..

→ hesuggestedto her that..

REGEL: husk altid to

tricky verb patterns 4
Tricky verb patterns 4
  • Visse verber kan IKKE følges af that-sætninger

AT ØNSKE, AT = to wantsomebody to

→ I want the doctor to..

Andre verber der går under samme regel:

→ to allow, to cause, to like, to permit

tricky verb patterns 5
Tricky verb patterns 5
  • Visse verber skal følges af ing-form
    • He enjoyedswimming
    • hedenyedwriting

Se side 40-41 - LÆR DEM!

pr position that aldrig
Præposition + that = ALDRIG!

Tre muligheder for at UNDGÅ præ. + that- sætning

  • Præ. kan ofte udlades efter sub. og adj.
    • Ingen tvivl om, at.. = nodoubtthat..
    • Overrasket over, at.. = suprisedthat..
  • Du kan indføje ”the fact” ml. præ. og that
    • Han rejste til kinatil trods for, at han ikke kendte sproget =

He went to China in spite of the factthathe did not know the language

  • Du kan udlade that-sætningen ved at ændre verballed til ing-form
    • De forlod restauranten uden at tjeneren bemærkede det =

Theyleft the restaurant without the waiter noticing it