(by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: For all of those who are not familiar with you, can you please briefly introduce yourself by evoking the main facts of your career and projects you’ve been involved with?

C-drik: I’m a composer, musician, label manager, radio host, author, concert organiser from the DR Congo who mostly grew up in Belgium, now based in Berlin.

She has stunned everyone with her bold screen shots.

I run Syrphe which is not only a label but what I call a platform that publishes mostly CD’s and that I use to host a radio show, organise concerts and sometimes music documentary films screenings and now and then publish news on a blog/magazine.

Syrphe’s main but not exclusive focus is to promote artists from Asia and Africa and at a lower extend from Latin America who compose so-called experimental music, electronica, noise, ambient, free improv, industrial and so on.

In the year 2012, She has been married to Daniel Weber, who is her manager now.

She has also worked for many TV reality shows, and also in Bollywood movies.

They may function as subjects, objects or objects of the preposition.

The demonstrative adjectives – in English 'this', 'these', 'that', 'those' and 'what' – are identical to the demonstrative pronouns, but are used as adjectives to modify nouns or noun phrases.

This lesson we'll learn more about initial greeting, saying welcome and goodbye and talking about someone else.

Demonstrative pronouns stand in for a person, place or thing that must be pointed to.

They show whether the noun they refer to is singular or plural and whether it is located near to or far from the speaker or writer.