Opgave A C s13

Opgave A

  1. Usually I walk to school there's not very far.
  2. The mailman was just emptying the mailbox when I came with my letter.
  3. Today the weather is lovely, the birds are twitting, the sun is shining and the sky is blue.
  4. I'm just going to get my sweater - It's getting cold.
  5. Peter did the dishes while I aired the dog and John lolled and sprawled on the sofa with his walkman and a cartoon.
  6. Sometimes you're just downright unfair.
  7. I don't think you should pat the dog while it's eating.
  8. I don't want to be disturbed - I'm thinking.
  9. Yesterday he fell asleep while he saw the news.
  10. I hate to be interrupted when I'm watching a good movie.

Opgave C

It was a strange feeling to visit Arromanches today. Everything looked peacefully. First we took a walk by the beach to get an impression of the tide, which raises and falls several meters two times a calendar day. After launch we sat and sipped a drink on one of the many small restaurants that faces the beach. We watched the kids who played on the beach and an English tourist, who tried to photograph a very lively family, while he urgently urged the families youngest member, who had the giggles, to look fairly reasonable.

But in the middle of these nice holiday activities we imagined what this beach must have looked forty years ago, where an Englishman in Arromanches had very different things to think about. Here, on "Gold Beach", 25.000 English soldiers were landed on D-day, the 6th of June 1944, and the big gray concrete block, which the kids now uses as bathing jetty, is a part of Port Winston a great artificial harbor.