Personal weblog of Sarah Koch

About me

Aishwarya Rai Mai 29, 2008

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* 1 november 1973

She is also a very famous Indian actress, but also the famoust Indian model because she is Miss World 1994!

Some famous films with her: Bride and Prejudice, The last legion; Dhoom – Back in Action,..





Shahrukh Khan

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* 2 november 1965

Shahrukh Khan is the most famous Indian actor, he’s also a quite good film producer and moderator of Indias version from „Who wants to be a Millionaire?“

Since March 2007 there’s also a sculpture in Madame Tussauds in London.

He has got a wife called Gauri and two kids, a son Aryan (13.11.1997) and a daughter Suhana (23.5.2000).

Some of his films are: Swades, Veer & Zaara, Main hoon na, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Kabhi Kushi Kabhi Gham



Rani Mukherjee Mai 28, 2008

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* 21 march 1978; 

She comes from a family that lives in Bengal, and is active for a long time in the film industry. Her father is the producer Ram Mukherjee. Kajol, a further famous actress, is her cousine.

Films: Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (…And Suddenly It’s Love); Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham (in good and bad days); Chalte Chalte; Ta Ra Rum Pum



Indias animal world

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Because of its landscape varietis we find a very species-rich animal world in India.

There are about 350 kinds of mammal, 1200 kinds of bird, 400 kinds of reptile and 200 kinds of amphibian domestic.

The two most famous mammals are the big Indian elephant


and the beautiful tiger, which was threatened of becoming extinct for a long time. But now the existence can recover again, since protection devices were built.

Indias bird world with over 1200 native kinds – that is more than in Euroope – is extremely various. The national bird is the peacock.


Monkeys are also very important to India. Rhesus monkes are considered as holy to the Hindus, they may not be troubled and therefore they also live in cities.                                              



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India is with a surface of 3.287.590 square kilometers the seventh-largest state of the earth.

The highest point is the mountain Kangchendzönga, with 8.598 meters height, which rises in direct border to Nepal. The highest mountain which is completely on Indian area is the nanda Devi, with 7.822 meters.



India’s longest and certainly most important river is the Ganges or also called Ganga. The Brahmaputra, which flows through the country in the northeast, unites with the Ganges and forms before the aperture into the gulf of Bengalen an enourmous delta.





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In my next few texts I will tell you something more about my and also my family’s favourite country, INDIA.

It’s a country in south-Asia. The himalaya is the natural border at the north of India. In the south it’s the Pacific Ocean.

The republic borders on Pakistan, Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and Bangladesh. Other neighbouring states in the Pacific Ocean are Sri Lanka and the Maledives.

India has culture, which is variously and partly very old.

The republic is a many people state and with 1.129.866.000 inhabitants the secondarymost densely populated country of the earth.

The offical languages are English and Hindi, and the capital is New-Delhi.



English in Action März 10, 2008

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Last week we had English in Action. Two native speakers from Great Britain came to us. Our class was split up into two groups of about 15. Every lesson the teacher changed. In the first lesson we had Nick, next lesson Moira and so on. Both were really nice, they always had fun with us. We got a book, with which we worked the first three lessons. In the fourth lesson we made quizzes or played games. In the fifth lesson we worked on our projects, and in sixth lesson we worked on our show for Friday.

I made my project with Doris and Karina. We’ve chosen to make a biography about ourselves.  We looked for some photos when we were babies, when we went to kindergarten and when we went to primary school. We took the best ones and gave it into a power-point-presentation. On Friday, when we saw all the parents who would watch our presentation we got very nervous. We didn’t want to make the presentation, because it was so embarrassing, but we made it, and it wasn’t as horrible as we thought.

Altogether I really enjoyed English in Action. We had very much fun. I don’t know if my English has improved so much, but we learned some slang words and that was really interesting.