Beer is the world\'s oldest and most popular alcoholic beverage, selling more than 133 billion litres per year. Beer is one of the oldest human-produced beverages, possibly dating back to at least the 7th millennium BC (perhaps prior even to bread), and recorded in the written history of Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia.
In Europe, beer wa ... mehr
What is beer?
Beer is an alcoholic beverage (drink, Getränk), which consists of barley malt, hop, yeast and water. Beer is drunk over the whole world, and from all social classes.
History of the beer
Beer already exists for a very long time. Even the Egypt's drunk beer. The first people in Europe who drunk beer, were the Teutons (Germanen).
About the author:
The book Nineteen Eighty-four by George Orwell was written in 1948 and published in 1949. It is one of Orwell´s most famous books.
George Orwell was born as Eric Arthur Blair in 1903 in India, where his father worked for the Civil Service. The family moved to England in 1907 and in 1917 Orwell entered Eton, where he contribu ... mehr
News travel faster today than ever before. We see, hear and read more about world events than any other generation in history. Radio, newspapers, TV - nobody can live without them. But today also the Internet has become very important for business. The mass media play an immensely important part im modern society as a source of information and en ... mehr
Thema: New Zealand
I believe that each already heard something of the books or the movie "The Lord of the rings". Many thought that one can never bring such a great book on screen. Middle earth is invented, but who saw the film and knows, what the director, the actors and the entire crew said, knows that that middle earth ... mehr
Arthur Miller is one of the leading American playwrights of the twentieth century. He was born in October of 1915 in New York City, the son of a ladies-wear manufacturer who was ruined during the economic collapse of the 1930s. As a young man during the Great Depression, Miller was shaped by the poverty that surrounded him, which demon ... mehr
1.1 De Beers and the Diamond Cartel
For centuries, Diamonds have been regarded as one of the most valuable commodities (Waren) in the world. They have been the stuff of legend and the privilege of royalty, the symbol of romance and of greed (Gier). They have been treasured (geschätzt) of their beauty, their hardness and their unique ability to ... mehr
Snow White in New York Once upon a time in New York there was a poor little rich girl called Snow White. Her mother was dead and for a while she lived happily with her father, a rich businessman. But one day he married again... Her new stepmother wanted to be the most beautiful women of all. Every day she used to read the "New York Mirror" if she w ... mehr
Biographie of Scooter:
The first Scooter single "Vallée de Larmes" is released. Scooter is only supposed to be a project at first. The single, however, goes to number 8 in the German Dance Charts.
In April they had their first live appearance at the "Palladium in Hamburg. Scooter perfor ... mehr
The Press, Radio and Television
Today I want to tell you something about "Mass Media" in Great Britain.
There are three types of Mass Media: Radio, Television and the Press .
First I want to start with Radio and Television.
In Britain there are two broadcasting authorities in charge of radio and TV, the BBC and the IBA.
The BBC was f ... mehr
The project which is presented in this paper is supposed to give pupils of different forms and levels an introduction to the internet and to homepage-designing. The title "Global Classroom on the Internet" already suggests that this introduction especially concentrates on the way education and school is presented on the interne ... mehr
Robert Zimmerman was born in Duluth on the 24th May in 1941. His parents were Russian Jews. When Robert was six ,his parents moved to Hibbing ,a small town near the Canadian border. So Bob grew up in middle class surroundings. The Zimmermanns were not wealthy ,but his parents were hard working well - respected people.
Bob's classmates and fr ... mehr
2.2.1. Gewalt in der Schule
Die Schule ist durch Schulpflicht und den Trend der Schulzeitverlängerung zunehmend zu einem zentralen Lebensfeld junger Menschen geworden; hier verbringen sie große Teile des Tages und werden stark in ihrem Verhalten beeinflusst. Gewalt an Schulen ist nur ein Teilaspekt der Gewalt von Kindern und Jugendlichen ... mehr
The 13 english colonies in America:
Massachusetts (1629), New Hampshire (1629), Rhode Island (1636), Connecticut (1636) = New England
New York (1664), New Jersey (1664), Delaware (1664), Pennsylvania (1681) = central colonies
Virginia (1607), Maryland (1632), North Carolina (1663), South Carolina (1663), Georgia (1732) = southern colonies
T ... mehr
From a map, New Zealand appears to lie lonely in the southwest Pacific. In reality, it is only about 3 hours flying time of Australia, a non-stop overnight flight from the United States, but for us, it's the other side of the world. Everything is different, even the water turns the other way round into the discharge.
The country c ... mehr
Since european settlement in australia in 1788 many changes have been made. The land has been developed for settlement and farming. Dams for storing water have been built so that during the dry summers and long dry drought periods there is enough water for the population and some farms. As well , mineral resources such as coa ... mehr
Football is an 11-a-side field game played with a spherical ball; the most widely played team game in the world and the most popular spectator sport, followed avidly by millions of fans. It is often popularly called "soccer" (especially in the United States) which is a slang term dating from about 1891 as a shortening of "assoc." or "association" ... mehr
New York City was briefly the U.S. capital from 1789 to 1790
The Dutch supposedly bought Manhattan from its Native
American inhabitants for about $40 worth of trinkets
Broadway, originating from Lower Manhattan at Bowling Green
and ending in Albany, is one of the world\'s longest
streets at 150 mi (241 ... mehr
Remark on books, authors, the writing process Similarities to author\'s life Some aspects of the main character\'s life in Moon Palace mirror the life of the author. He was a descendant of an Austrian Jewish family, born on the Third of February 1947 in Newark, New Jersey, which is only 20 miles southwest of New York. He also attended high school t ... mehr
Today I will talk about British Airways and I have these following points:
First I will talk about the BA:
some company facts
And then about the flagship Concorde:
the project and about the BA-Concordes
the terrible blow of Air-France Con ... mehr
Chapter I - Minas Tirith
Pippin and Gandalf rode to Minas Tirith, because Gandalf knew that time was melting away. They entered the city and went on to Denethor, the steward of Gondor, because he wanted to speak to Pippin. Gandalf told him not to mention Aragorn except he must, because he don't wanted Denethor to knew of the comi ... mehr