Assignment 1
Omskriv verballeddene i nedenstående tekststykke fra præteritum til præsens. Marker derefter de omskrevne verballed med fed skrift.

Assignment 2
Besvar opgave a, b, c og d med udgangspunkt i nedenstående tekst. Brug relevant grammatisk terminologi.

Assignment 3
To: jenna.dash@UrbanBags.co.uk.
From: Asbjoern@Fitchpatrick&Sons.com
Date: 07-09-2021
Subject: Company presentation and offer from Fitchpatrick & Sons

Assignment 4:
Poverty in the UK

But does her mother guess anyway? She will wonder that, years later. And does she blame the girl? For she is reserving for the girl a strictness she never applies to her siblings

and a critical tartness of manner that makes the girl feel constantly stupid and dashes. Though she doesn’t like to admit it to herself, she doesn’t want to think she is unloved.

Fifteen years old, she sits on her mother's bed beside her mother as she gets ready to go to a function, her mother pats her own hair in the mirror, takes up her bangles and asks, Which one?

The girl is flattered to be asked and choses with care, a deep blue and a turquoise to go with the colours in her mother's kaftan, and her mother, please with the choice, draws them onto her wrist. An intimate moment, for which the girl is glad.


Special rapporteur on extreme poverty Philip Alston said "ideological" cuts to public services since 2010 have led to "tragic consequences".

The report comes after Prof Alston visited UK towns and cities and made preliminary findings last November.

The government said his final report was "barely believable". The £95bn spent on welfare and the maintenance of the state pension showed the government took tackling poverty "extremely seriously", a spokesman for the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) said.

Prof Alston is an independent expert in human rights law and was appointed to the unpaid role by the UN Human Rights Council in June 2014.

He spent nearly two weeks travelling in Britain and Northern Ireland and received more than 300 written submissions for his report.


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