sábado, 21 de agosto de 2010

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martes, 17 de agosto de 2010

Fairy Tale Quest (2ESO)




Once upon a time, in a kingdom called Chiclana, there was a group of students who wanted to learn the magic of storytelling. The students went to see a fairy-teacher to ask her for advice, and she told them that they had to complete a special quest. This quest was full of riddles and mysteries, but they wouldn’t be alone. Some tale characters would help them to choose the right direction. They had to listen to them carefully and follow their instructions.

In order to give an extra help to the students, the fairy-teacher gave them a magical page, where they could write the solutions to the riddles and mysteries of their quest.


You are part of that group of the students. And your great quest starts here!


sábado, 5 de junio de 2010

Keep holding on

Here you can find the song we worked on in the class, I hope you'll enjoy it. And remember... keep holding on!


lunes, 17 de mayo de 2010

Sites recommended by 1º ESO students

Here you can find some sites recommended by your mates from 1ºE.S.O. I hope you enjoy them!


http://www.pop-music.com/index.html

This page is very interesting. Here you have find all music you want. There are songs from Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Jeniffer López etc. In this page you can comment the videoclips. There are 129 fabulous pages to music from many types of singers. It´s very fun! Try it!
Rosa de la Cruz, 1º E.S.O. B


http://www.englishclub.com/learn-english.htm

Is the best page for learn and speak english. I like it because in a week you can speak english like an english person. I hope you like it.
Antonio Benitez, 1º E.S.O. B


http://www.biography.com/articles/Michael-Jackson-38211

I like this page because it talks about the life of my favorite singer: Michael Jackson. You can find information about the successes of Michael Jackson. I like it because it makes great music.
Fco. Javier Alonso, 1º E.S.O. B


http://www.soccerbible.com

The web page treats of element of sport of football, you can enter and learn things on the football. I like this page because I like much the football.
Manuel J. Vallejo, 1º E.S.O. B

sábado, 17 de abril de 2010

4º E.S.O. Online Exercises


Here you have some useful links to practise the grammar points we have studied in Unit 7.

-If you want to practise on so, such and too, have a look at this link:


-If you need some practise on like + ing Vs would like + to, try these exercises:
http://www.tolearnenglish.com/exercises/exercise-english-2/exercise-english-48729.php

-If you prefer working on the first and second conditionals, do this quiz:
http://wwwedu.ge.ch/cptic/prospective/projets/anglais/exercises/condit1.htm

If you have any question or doubt on these exercises, please ask me in the classroom or fill in a Contact form (click on the cartoon!). In this case, remember to include your level, group, name and surname.

Attention 2º E.S.O.! Do you want an extra point in your Unit 7 test?

If you want to get up to an extra point in your Unit 7 test, you just have to translate correctly these sentences into English. Send me your translations using the Contact Form (click on the cartoon!). Remember to include your level, group, name and surname. Good luck!

1. En mi opinión, los actos vandálicos son peores que los robos en tiendas.
2. El ladrón tenía el pelo largo y llevaba un tatuaje en el brazo derecho.
3. ¿Cuántos años tiene tu hermano? Parece mayor que tú.
4. El testigo no pudo ver nada porque no llevaba sus gafas.
5. Me gustaría tener el pelo más largo y más rizado.
6. No debes hablar por teléfono cuando vas conduciendo.
7. Esta es la película más interesante del año. Deberías verla.
8. Javier es más inteligente que Carlos, pero Francisco es el más inteligente de la clase.
9. Estos hombres atracaron un banco el año pasado.
10. No deben hablar en la biblioteca. Deberían estudiar para el examen.

Attention 1º E.S.O.! Do you want an extra point in your Unit 7 test?

If you want to get up to an extra point in your Unit 7 test, you just have to translate correctly these sentences into English. Send me your translations using the Contact Form (click on the cartoon!). Remember to include your level, group, name and surname. Good luck!

1. Esa noche había mucha gente en el cine.
2. Álex Ubago alcanzó el número uno en España en enero.
3. Cameron Díaz era mi actriz favorita, pero ahora me gusta Angelina Jolie.
4. El año pasado no hubo muchas películas buenas.
5. Orlando Bloom estuvo en Londres hace dos meses.
6. Cuando era niño, mi abuelo estudió en una escuela muy pequeña.
7. No jugaron al fútbol. Vieron una película.
8. George no estudió para el examen.
9. Había un nuevo presentador en el programa.
10. José María Pemán era un escritor. Él nació en Cádiz.

martes, 13 de abril de 2010

Waky, waky!

The expression "Waky, waky" is used when you want somebody to stop sleeping or to pay attention to you, or simply to start working. Its equivalent in Spanish would be "¡Espabila!".

sábado, 23 de enero de 2010

It's freezing cold!

The expression "It's freezing cold" is used, obviously, when it is extremely cold. Its equivalent in Spanish would be "Hace un frío que pela".

martes, 12 de enero de 2010

It's raining cats and dogs


The expression "It's raining cats and dogs" is used when it is raining heavy, that is, when it's pouring. The equivalent expression in Spanish would be "Llueve a cántaros".