NATURALLY

31 05 2010

SELENA GOMEZ: NATURALLY





VOCABULARY (FAMILY & DAILY ROUTINES)

8 03 2010

HERE YOU ARE THE FAMILY VOCABULARY FOR UNIT 4  EXAM.



aunt tía
boyfriend
novio
brother hermano
brother-in-law cuñado
cousin primo/a
dad papá
daddy papi
daughter hija
daughter-in-law nuera
father padre
father-in-law suegro
girlfriend novia
godfather padrino
godmother madrina
grandad abuelito, “abue”
grandchildren nietos
granddaughter nieta
grandfather abuelo
grandma abuelita, “abue”
grandmother abuela
grandpa abuelito, “abue”
grandparents abuelos
grandson nieto
great-grandfather bisabuelo
great-grandmother bisabuela
husband esposo, marido
mother madre
mother-in-law suegra
mom mamá
mum mamá
mummy mami
nephew sobrino
niece sobrina
parents padres
sibling hermano/a
sister hermana
sister-in-law cuñada
son hijo
son-in-law yerno
stepdaughter hijastra
stepmother madrastra
stepfather padrastro
stepson hijastro
uncle tío
wife esposa, mujer




DAILY ROUTINES

HERE’S VOABULARY FOR UNIT 5. ADD + ING AND FORM THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS:

*EAT

*HAVE A SHOWER

*GET UP

*GO TO SCHOOL

* GET DRESSED

*CYCLE

*WALK

*SHOP





FIGHT FOR THIS LOVE

5 02 2010

As you know we are dealing with COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE FORM OF ADJECTIVES in class. for that reason, we did Cheryl’s first single- Fight For This Love. The song is full of adjectives, and you should do the exercises we practice in class with the help of the song.

Click on the image if you want the lyrics of the song.

Here’s  the spectacular Cheryl’s performance of the son during a TV programme. Enjoy!





BIGGER, FASTER, BETTER.

1 02 2010

We are working on Comparative & Superlative Adjectives in unit 4. For that reason,  we are working with this video elaborated by Bob Wilson(from youtube).

So, Let’s practise and watch the video!





GIVING DIRECTIONS

22 11 2009

We have seen in this unit how to give directions. Here you are a video on how to give direction. Have a watch and revise for your exam next Friday 27th of November!


Giving Directions

 

1. on the left

2. on the right

3.straight ahead

4. next to

5. opposite

6. go alone

7. turn left

8. turn right

9. walk straight on






HOW TO USE CAPITAL LETTERS

16 11 2009

CAPI

Step 1: Starting a sentence

Capital letters are always used at the beginning of a sentence.

Step 2: Names

You should also use a capital letter at the beginning of people’s names, days of the week and month, and brand names.

Step 3: Countries

The names of all countries and cities are spelt with a capital letter, like France and Paris. So are words that are connected to them, like French and Parisian. This isn’t necessary when they don’t refer directly to the country in question, like danish pastries or french windows – which don’t have to actually be Danish or French. It also applies to regional and ethnic divisions like Basque and Catalan, and black and white, when they refer to people – as in Black American.

Step 4: Language and religion

The names of languages and religions like Hindi and Buddhism should always get capital letters, as do many religious people, concepts and events like The Last Supper, God, Jesus, The Prophet Mohammed and The Old Testament. This doesn’t apply to pagan deities, like the Greek god Prometheus.

Step 5: Holidays

Capitals are also used to indicate historical periods like The Middle Ages and holidays like Easter and Hallowe’en

Step 6: I

The word I – as in oneself – is always a capital letter.

BY CLICKING IN THE IMAGE YOU CAN SEE A VIDEO ON HOW TO USE THE CAPITAL LETTERS