Parties and elections
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‘England is the most class-ridden society under the sun … it is a land of snobbery and privileges’ (George Orwell’). Is this still the case in 21st century Britain? State your arguments (cf. p. 70f). (pyramid; light bulb)
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Gucci is one of the world’s well-known luxury brands and is recognized the world over for its fashion innovation and flawless Italian craftsmanship (Gucci, 2015). It started with handbags in 1921 and kept on being innovative and has since then created several different products where the Gucci perfume is among one of them. Læs resten
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What is the importance of ‘education’ in British society? Has it contributed to promoting social mobility? (p. 82). Why not?
1) which has run as a franchise business for more than 25 years (POM:RCl)
An analysis of the sentence ‘Domino’s, which … economic conditions’ shows that ‘has continued’ is the verb of the whole sentence, because it is the verb in the main clause. ‘Domino’s’ is the subject (It is found by asking ‘who has continued?’). The subject is a noun phrase because it is headed by ‘Domino’s’. The rest ‘to expand … conditions’ is the direct object. (The answer to ‘what has Domino’s continued?’). In this way it is clear that the passage in boldface is a subordinate clause. The passage in boldface realizes the function of a postmodifier. The passage modifies the head ‘Domino’s’. It has ‘has run’ as the verb, ‘which’ as the anticipatory subject, and the rest as a direct object. ‘Which’ points back to ‘Domino’s that as mentioned is the subject in the main clause. The form is a relative clause because you can replace ‘which’ with ‘that’. Læs resten
De fleste danskere har efterhånden en Facebook-profil. Dog er det de færreste, der egentlig ved, hvad dette indebærer og hvilke rettigheder, det giver til firmaet bag Facebook. Det viser en ny undersøgelse fra Forbrugerrådet.
Regeringen prædiker igen og igen om, hvor vigtigt det er at få unge hurtigt gennem udannelsessystemet, og ni ud af ti bachelorstuderende tager også en kandidatuddannelse. Det viser nye tal fra Tænketanken DEA. Noget tyder dog på, at det rent faktisk ikke er den bedste løsning, hverken for arbejdsmarkedet eller for udviklingen af universitetsuddannelser. Læs resten