Sunday, February 28, 2010

Conditionals (3) made up by students

Hi, Guys!,

Last Thursday, I asked you to make up some sentences, or better said, the beginnings of these sentences using the Conditionals. I think it is a positive exercise because now, you and all your classmates have to make up endings for these using the correct condional. Let's see your sentences!

1. If we eat a lot, .................................. (Mary G.)
2. If I practised any sport, ........................ (Juanma M.)
3. If I were a millionnaire, ....................... (Marta M.)
4. If you don't have enough money, ............ (Emilio)
5. As soon as you come to the party, ........... (Miguel)
6. You would have lent me your book .......... (Andrea)
7. If you lend me 50$, ............................ (Javier Q.)
8. If you go to school late, ....................... (Marina)
9. If you had purple eyes, ........................ (Helen E.)
10. If they had some money, .................... (Manuel N.)

Possible key answers:
1. we can't train later.
2. I would be on fit.
3. I would buy a new car.
4. you can't go to London next summer.
5. I'll introduce you Jimmy.
6. I had written the essay.
7. I'll buy mum a birthday present.
8. you'll be in trouble.
9. you would be an alien.
10. they could go to Paris next summer.

Saturday, February 27, 2010

FRIENDS, funniest moments

Hi, Guys!,

As you already know, I love Friends TV serie, and once again, I invite you all to watch these fantastic moments. Have fun watching this video!
I hope you'll improve your English watching and listening to American TV series such as these ones! It's going to be easier to understand these episodes since these are subtitled in Spanish.

Friday, February 26, 2010

How I Met Your Mother... TV serie

Hi, Guys!,

Do you really want to have fun? Well, I can invite you all to watch some moments taken from the American serie "How I Met Your Mother". As many other American sitcoms are set in New York city. Besides, I can find some common aspects between FRIENDS and HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER, since there is a bar called McGee's where the characters chat, spend most of their time like Central Perk in "Friends". Let's see and listen to this video! If you are a fan of this TV sitcom, you can visit this fantastic webpage:

I WISH ..., IF ONLY... (I)

Hi, Guys!,

Today, we are going to deal with how to express WISHES in English!!!

1. To express WISHES in FUTURE.
We use WOULD when we want something or someone to change or when we want sb to do sth :
Subj. + WISH + Subj. + WOULD + Infinitive
Ex. I wish it would stop raining.

2. To express WISHES in PRESENT.
We use the Past S. or Past Cont., when we talk about a regret we have about a Present situation.
If ONLY+ Subj.+ Past Simple or
Subj. WISH + Subj. + Past Simple Ex. I wish you were here with me now.

3. To express WISHES in PAST:
We use the Past Perf. when we talk about a reget we have about soth that happened or didn't happen in the past.
If ONLY + Subj.+Past Perfect or
Subj.+ WISH + Subj. + Past Perfect Ex. I wish he had inivted Jason to the party.

A. Write sentences.
1. I wish / my friends / tell / me / where to meet next Saturday
- I wish my friends would tell me where...
2. If only / Oliver / be / with me now
- If only Oliver was here with me now.

3. I wish / I / tell / Natalie / the truth yesterday
- I wish I had told Natalie the truth yesterday.
4. If only / I / not get / angry with Mum yesterday evening
- If only I hadn't got angry with Mum yesterday evening.
5. I wish / Tara / phone / me next Monday
- I wish Tara would phone me next Monday.
6. If only / you / not go / to the party last night
- If only you hadn't gone to the party last night.

B. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs.
1. I wish I _______________ (know) Katy’s phone number. I want to phone her now. (knew)
2. If only we _______________ (meet) a few months ago.(had met)
3. I wish I _________________ (go) out last Friday night. (had gone)
4. If only she _________________ (not live) so far away. (didn't live)
5. I wish I _________________ (be) on holiday with my friends. They must be having a great time. (was)
6. If only he _________________ (not go) away to university. I miss him so much. (hadn't gone)
7. I wish Mark _________________ (write) to me earlier. (would write)

C. Rewrite the sentences.
Eg ‘I’m sorry I forgot to invite Emma to my party’
‘If only I hadn’t forgotten to invite Emma to my party’
1. It’s a pity that you can’t drive a car.
I wish you could drive a car
2. I’d love to be a few years older.
If only I were a few years older.
3. I regret telling Flair my secrets.
I wish I hadn't told Flair my secrets.

4. Unfortunately we arrived at the theatre late.
I wish we hadn't arrived ...
5. I'm sorry I can't go to the cinema with you.
I wish I could go to ...
6. It’s a pity that you don’t invite Ella.
If only you had invited Ella.
7. I regret not bringing more money with me.
I wish I had brought more money with me.
8. Unfortunately Max didn’t buy Claire a birthday present.
If only Max had bought Claire a birthday present.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010


Hi, Guys!,

Do you remember SO,SUCH / TOO, ENOUGH? Anyway! Let's do the following exercises and we can review them. But before doing these activities, please, pay attention to this chart or schedule.

Such + a/an + adjective + singular noun

It was such a beautiful day yesterday

Such + adjective + plural / uncountable noun
 They are such good friends
* It is such expensive furniture

So + adjective / adverb + that ….
 It was so cold that we stayed in
* He ran so fast that he won

So much + uncountable noun + that
 There was so much noise that I couldn’t hear him

So many + countable noun + that
 So many people came that we needed more chairs

too + adjective / adverb (+ to-infinitive)
 It’s too hot (to work)
too + adjective / adverb + a/an + noun (+ to-inf.)
He is too weak a person (to fight)
(as a person, he is too weak to fight)

enough + plural / uncountable noun
 There is enough soup

adjective / adverb + enough
 The soup is hot enough
He ran fast enough (to win)

Fill the gaps with the suitable form: so / such / too / enough

1. He’s __________ excellent worker! he deserves to get promoted
2. mmm… This pizza is _________ tasty. I think I’ll have another piece.
3. That wall is _________ high for me to climb. I need a ladder.
4. They had __________ terrible weather in England that they came back in two days.
5. I was __________ hot coffee that I couldn’t drink it.
6. You don’t need to hurry up, we have __________ time to finish this exercise
7. It was __________ small a car for all of us, so we had to go in two cars.
8. Alonso didn’t drive fast __________ to overtake Schumacher in the last race.
9. Don’t worry about her. She is clever _________ to realise what she has to do
10. She didn’t speak loudly __________ for the audience to hear her.
2. SO / TOO
3. TOO
7. TOO


Rewrite the following sentences using SO, SUCH, TOO and ENOUGH:
1. He was too old to apply for the job.
He wasn't young enough to talk because the music was so loud.
2. We couldn't talk because the music was so loud. It was such loud music that we couldn't talk.
3. The queue for petrol was so long that we had to wait two hours.It was such a long queue for petrol that we had to wait two hours.
4. The bridge was so low that the bus couldn't go under it. It was such a low bridge that the bus couldn't go under it.
5. The food was so delicious that I could have eaten the same again! It was such delicious food that I could have eaten the same again.
6. The shelf was so high that I couldn't reach it. It was such high shelf that I couldn't reach it.
7. Unfortunately, I wasn't early enough to get a good seat. Unfortunately, I was too late to get a good seat.
8. It wasn't safe enough to ski on the soft melting snow. It was too dangerous to ski on the soft melting snow.
9. I didn't know what to buy; there were such a lot of bargains. ... there were too many bargains.

10. Seville is such a wonderful city that we'dl ike to visit! Seville was so colourful that we'd...

Saturday, February 20, 2010

AVATAR, the film

Hi, Guys!,

Once again, I encourage you to listen and watch a video in English, of course!!!
It's convenient if you really want to learn and improve your English, don't you think so? Because of that, why don't you see these videos taken from one of the most well-known interesting movies these days: AVATAR ?
How many Oscars is James Cameron going to get?


Hi, Guys!,

When you start learning a language, not only you have to study Vocabulary and Grammar, but also, Pronunciation and Intonation, because they are going to help you to improve your Speaking, Listening,... I mean everything! So, let's
pay attention to the following videos!

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Jason Marz and Colbie Caillat singing LUCKY

Hi, Guys!,

I hope you'll be lucky forever!!! Ah! Have you ever been in
love with your best friend? Have fun listening to this soft song!

Relatives Clauses (3)

Hi, Guys!,

If you need to review Defining and Non-defining Relative Clauses, you can do the following sentences.
The key answers are below, ok?

Join these sentences using a relative pronoun. Omit it when you can:

1. The hairdresser’s closes at 8.30. I usually have my hair cut there.
2. A man asked for you at the office. You know him well.
3. We will visit Florenzia. Its palaces and museums are famous.
4. The bike broke down. I used to ride on it.
5. That’s the knife. I cut the meat with it.
6.Bring me the cigarettes. I left them on the table.
7.I got this postcard from a friend. She lives in England. The friend ….
8.This is the station. We get off here.
9.She’s the girl. Her brother plays for England.
10.Eton is an English university. Wealthy boys study there.
Key answers:
1. The hairdresser's (where) I usually have my hair cut closes at 8.30.
2. You know the man who asked for you at the office well.
3. We will visit Florenzia whose palaces and museums are famous.
4. The bike (which) I used to ride on broke down.
5. That's the knife (which) I cut the meat with.
6. Bring me the cigarettes (which) I left on the table.
7. The friend (who) I got the postcard from lives in England.
8. This is the station (where) we get off.
9. She's the girl whose brother plays for England.
10. Eton is an English university, where wealthy students stduy.


Hi, Guys!,

Do you need to practise Passive? Well, here you are just 25 sentences and the key answer! These are Present and Past Simple Passive.
Next week, I'm going to release more exercises related to Passive, ok?
Ready, Steady, GO!!!

Write the following sentences in Passive:

1. The architect designs houses.
Houses are designed by the architect.
2. The students don’t write a letter. A letter isn't written by the students.
3. Susan reads many romantic novels. Many romantic novels are read by Susan.
4. My boss offered a good salary. A good salary was offered by my boss.
5. The tourist guide showed the monuments. The monuments were showed by the tourist guide.
6. My firends organised a party. A party was organised by my friends.
7. This year my father doesn’t decorate the fountain. The fountain isn't decorated by my father this year.
8. They didn’t organise a competition every year. A competition wasn't organised every year.
9. My mother makes delicious cakes. Delicious cakes are made by my mother.
10. Ross invented a comfortable chair. A comfortable chair was invented by Ross.
11. The farmer didn’t plant new plants in his country. New plants weren't planted by the farmer in his country.
12. The local authorities give many prizes for the championship. Many prizes ... are given by the local authorities.
13. Tom and Louise don’t take many pictures. Many pictures aren't made by Tom and Louise.
14. They don’t usually do their homework. Their homework aren't usually done.
15. She paints a portray very well. A portray is painted very well.
16. The policemen didn’t find the thief yesterday. The thief wasn't found by the policemen yesterday.
17. I finish my project. My project is finished.
18. You don’t usually open that door. That door isn't usually opened.
19. They tidy their bedroom everyday. Their bedroom is tidied everyday.
20. My father hangs a new painting in the living room. A new painting is hung by my father in the living-room.
21. Rosa sings a new song. A new song is sung by Rosa.
22. David doesn’t record a new album. A new album isn't recorded.
23. They didn’t sell a lot of records. A lot of records weren't sold.
24. The little boy rings the bell every seventeen minutes. The bell is rung by the little boy every seventeen min.
25. We painted the wall blue. The wall was painted blue.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

I'd rather, I feel like, I'd prefer, I fancy ... so (2) exercises

Hi, Guys!,

On 5th February
, I explained to you the differences between these grammar constructions: I'd rather, I'd prefer, I feel like, I fancy... Now, I'm going to release some exercises to practise everything taught, ok? You can also find the key anwers below.

Put the following verbs in brackets into a suitable tense:

1. I'd rather you _____________ (not wacth) TV while I'm reading.
2. Sue would rather ________ (read) than _______ (wacth) TV.
3. I wish you _______ (try) to listening to me just for once!
4. Jack prefers me _________ (not say) anything about the missing money.
5. Jack would rather I ___________ (not say) anything about the missing money.
6. I'd prefer you ________ (not drive) tonight, it's raining a lot.
7. What _____ you ______ (prefer) coke or juice?
8. I ____________ (prefer) coke.
9. I'd rather he __________ (not smoke) in my car.
10. I'd rather ___________ (meet) my grandfather, he died before I had been born.

Key answers:
1. didn't watch
2. read / watch
3. would try
4. not to say
5. didn't say
6. not to drive
7. would you prefer
8. I'd prefer / I would prefer
9. didn't smoke
10. have met

Monday, February 15, 2010

Review Questions and Answers with "Where is Waldo?"

Hi, there!,

When I was a child, I loved the books called "Where is Waldo?". It was so entertaining! While I was looking for Wally, I was having a great time looking at the people around this character, they were playing football in Rome!, a child was chasing a cat; suddenly you could see a dwarf in the middle of a Roman stadium, etc. These books are so funny that I like using them at the end of some lessons, especially if I'm teaching the 1st year of Secondary.

Therefore, if you're an English teacher, I encourage you to pick up one of this book and use this in one lesson. You can ask your pupils to use and review all the verbal forms, in that way:
1. Ask children to work in pairs.
2. The students can spend 5 min. making up questions related to the pages of the book using different tenses.
3. They can ask their classmates, such as: Where is the man falling down the ladder?, How many children are jumping from a roof?, What is Waldo doing?
4. They are going to learn as well as have fun!
5. You, as a teacher, can correct their pronunciation and intonation.

6. You can also use this book to describe the charaters using different adjectives.
7. This book can be helpful to review Relative Clauses or other grammar points.

I'm certain your pupils and you are going to enjoy
these lessons too much! Come on! ;)

Here you have the official link: Where is WALDO?

Questions and Answers (II) + key answers

Hi, Guys!,

Here you can practise "Questions and Answers" made up by me, I hope they'll be useful for you. You can also correct your own questions, ok? Cheerio!

Write questions to the following answers. Pay attention to the words in bold. The key answers are in blue,ok?
1. They are playing basketball at school. - What are they playing?
2. We saw Jane last week. - Who did you see last week?
3. Peter fell down. - Who fell down?
4. We get up at 7.30 a.m. everyday. - What time do you get up everyday?
5. My grandfather had two old cars. - How many cars did your grandfather have?
6. I met Henry at the language school last summer. - Where did you meet Henry?
7. Peter and Chris have been studying for 3 hours. - How long have they been studying?
8. We used to go to the park when we were younger. - Where did you use to go when you were younger?
9. The plane takes off at 6.30 - When does the plane take off?
10. I meet my friends at the library three days a week. - How often do you meet your friends?

SLANG WORDS, commonly used by teenagers

Hi, Guys!,

Are you interested in learning Slang Words? You may not use them so much, but you should be familiar with them. Let's see some examples! These slang words are rather common in TV series, real conversations, etc.
Because of that, I think it's gonna be useful for you!

MONEY= cash, dosh, dough, readies, notes.

POUND= quid, nicker.

DOLLAR= buck, green-back.

GREAT = that's awesome!, cool, wicked.

FAR-OUT= unbelievable

BABE= young attractive woman

BERK= stupid, foolish

CHEERIO= good-bye

CHILL-OUT = relax

DISH= good-looking attractive man

FAG= cigarette
TIME OUT = take a break

TAKE IT EASY= be careful

Teaching QUESTIONS and ANSWERS (part 1) ESL

Hi, Guys!,

These days, we are learning how to make questions when we are given the answers. Firstly, we have to pay attention to the verbal form / tense of the answer, and then, we must think off the WH- question. Let me explain, if the answer is: He loves chocolate, the missing word in the question has to be "chocolate", because of that, we use: WHAT to start the English question.

Therefore, we have to bear in mind the WH-Questions in English:

WHAT: What are you doing? I'm studying English.

WHICH: Which is your favourite car? Which one do you prefer?

WHERE: Where does your father work? My father works in a big department store.

WHEN: When did you arrive? Well, we arrived at five.


a) Subject Question: Who broke the ancient vase?

John broke the ancient vase.

It is very easy to make a Sbj.Q., just copy everything from the answer except the Subj., ok?

b) Object Question: Who were you playing tennis with? I was playing tennis with Susan.

WHY: Why do you get up early on Sundays? I get up early on Sundays because I train football.

HOW: How are you? Fine, thank you! / How do you come to school? I come to school by bus.

How old: How old are you? I'm 18 (years old).

How long: How long have you been learning English?

I've been learning English since I was 6.

How long ago:How long ago did you arrive? We arrived three hours ago.

How far: How far is Seville from Madrid? It's 500km far.

How often: How often does Karen tidy her bedroom?
She tidies her bedroom twice a week.

How much: How much does this dress cost? It costs 50$.
How many: How many students are there? There are 150 students in the gym now.

Now let's practise Questions and Answers watching and listening to Real English conversations. Thanks a lot to "Real English". Please, pay attention to the verbal tenses, pronunciation, and so on. ( THERE ARE MORE BLOG ENTRIES OF QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS, EXERCISES AND KEY ANSWERS, TAKE A LOOK!)

Friday, February 12, 2010

Saint Valentine's Day ... movie

Hi, Guys!,
Did you send any flower or letter to your sweeheart this morning at school? I wish you had been given away some flowers and letters. Thanks a lot for helping me to deliver all the flowers, letters and lollipos! I think all of us had a good time! I just want to say: Happy Valentine's Day! and also I hope you'll enjoy these moments taken from the so-called movie.

All Tenses (3)

Hi, Guys!,

If you need to review and go on practising all English tenses, you can do the following exercises. At the bottom, you can find the key answers,

A. Fill in the gaps with these tenses: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple, Past Continuous, Present Perfect, Past Perfect, Future Will, Fut. Be Going to, Fut. Cont., Fut Perf.

1. What _______ you _______ (do) now? Well, I ___________ (write) a report.
2. __________ you __________ (be/ ever) to Rome? No, we ___________ . But last year, we ________________ (travel) to Venice.
3. John’s English is good, but he _____________ (not understand) every word.
4. Hurry! The bus _______________ (come). I ______________ (not/want) to miss it.
5. He can’t give you the books, because he ________________ (forget) them at home.
6. Jimmy _________________ (fall) off the ladder while he _______________ (paint) the ceiling.
7. By this time next year, we ________________________________ (attend) University.
8. While they ___________________ (practise) the piano, Jim ____________________ (play) basketball in the garden.
9. Next month, my family and I ____________________________ (travel) to New York!
10. Tomorrow, we ________________________ (train) volleyball from 7.30 to 9.

Key anwer:

1. are you doing / I'm wirting

2. have you ever been ...? / haven't / traveled, travelled

3. he doesn't understand

4. is coming / I don't want

5. he has forgotten

6. fell / was painting

7. 'll be attending

8. was practising / was playing

9. are going to travel

10. 'll be training

Write endings for the following sentences. Bear in mind all verbal forms!
1. I completely agree with you ...

2. She wanted to know ...

3. In 2018, we ...

4. Did you finish your project while ...?

5. After she had called the police ...

6. Ann often ...

7. Look at the bus! ...

8. David was so tired that ...

9. How long ...?

10. Last night, my friends and I ...

Possible Key answers:

  1. because you're good at painting.
  2. if you were a football player.
  3. we'll have got our own car.
  4. while we were writing the report?
  5. the lights turned off.
  6. plays tennis on Mondays and Fridays.
  7. Hurry! We are going to miss it!
  8. he couldn't speak.
  9. How long have you been learning English?
  10. met and ate 3 pizzas.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

FRIENDS ... Love Scenes

Hi, Guys!,

Once again, I'd like to share with you some romantic scenes taken from my favourite TV serie, FRIENDS!!! We can't forget how Ross and Rachel fall in love!!!!, these moments are unforgottable, wonderful.... great!, don't you think so? Let's see ...

Monday, February 8, 2010

Synonyms for love

Hi, Guys!,

Today I'd like to talk about the vocabulary related to LOVE. There are many words to express such feelings. Let's see them in a chart, and then, we can listen to this video recorded by Jennifer. She is going to tell us a lot of vocabulary, and also, how she usually celebrates Saint Valentine's Day.

1. I love you
2. She is in love with him
3. I like as you are
4. I really love the way you speak
5. It was love at first sight
6. I fall in love with you
7. He falls in love easily
8. He worships that woman
9. She absolutely adores him
10. I’m going to have a crush on you

11. She fancies you
12. He had a love affair

13. Boyfriend / Girlfriend
14. Lover
15. Beloved man / woman
16. Lots of love
17. Dear
18. My Darling
19. Honey
20. Sweetheart

Can you add more words related to Love to this list?

English with Jennifer


Hi, there!,
In these days, somehow we are celebrating Saint Valentine's Day, although as my mother said "everyday is a perfect day to show how deeply in love you are". I think she is certain since if you love your boyfriend / girlfriend, parents, friends, why don't we always demonstrate them we really love them? Well, we are never late!!!
And now, I'd like to share with you all some passages taken from some of my favourite films. I hope you'll like them, these scenes are higly romantic as well as lovely!


Saint Valentine's Day - CRFATS

Hi, Guys!,

Are you in love? Have you ever fallen in love? Yes, sure! Well, if you are in love with your best friends, mom, dad, your cute puppy, ... it's time to say them that you LOVE them too much. Because of that, I recommend you to make your own Valentine's Craft. Have a look at the following pictures and visit this fantastic webpage. Just follow the instructions and have a good time dreaming with your beloved boy / girl!


Sunday, February 7, 2010

Romantic Scenes in TWILIGHT

Hi, Guys!,

As far as I know, you all really love TWILIGHT (and me too!, I'm actually reading the book!); because of that, I've decided to release this tender video. I wish you'd enjoy it!

I've also included the lyrics of this famous song
"Every Time We Touch", it's so wonderful!!!

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Saint Valentine's Day is coming soon....

Hi, Guys!,

There is one week left to Saint Valentine's Day! Therefore, I'd like to tell you that there are several opinions of its origin.

Some experts state that it originated from St. Valentine, a Roman who was martyred for refusing to give up Christianity. He died on February 14, 269 A.D., the same day that had been devoted to love. Legend also says that St. Valentine left a farewell note for the jailer's daughter, who had become his friend, and signed it "From Your Valentine". Other aspects of the story say that Saint Valentine served as a priest at the temple during the reign of Emperor Claudius. Claudius then had Valentine jailed for defying him. In 496 A.D. Pope Gelasius set aside February 14th to honour St. Valentine.

Gradually, February 14th became the date for exchanging love messages and St. Valentine became the patron saint of lovers. The date was marked by sending poems and simple gifts such as flowers. There was often a social gathering or a ball.

In the United States, Miss Esther Howland is given credit for sending the first valentine cards. Commercial valentines were introduced in the 1800's and now the date is very commercialised. The town of Loveland, Colorado, does a large post office business around February 14th. The spirit of good continues as valentines are sent out with sentimental verses and children exchange valentine cards at school.

From that moment onwards, Saint Valentine's Day is celebrated around the world. Nevertheless, everyday is a good excuse to say I love You,do you agree with me?

Friday, February 5, 2010

I'd rather, I'd prefer, I feel like, I fancy...

Hi, Guys!,

Last Tuesday, a friend of mine who is learning English (like all of us) asked me about the differences between these constructions: I'd rather, I'd prefer, I feel like,
I fancy..
. Because of that, I've just decided to explain them to YOU!
Let's have a look at! or FANCY THAT!

1. I'd rather is followed by Past tenses in the same way as WISH. It is used to express a personal preference about actions.

Ex: I'd rather you didn't get back so late. (Pres.)

Ex: I'd rather drink coke than coffee. (Pres.)

Ex: I'd rather not go by bus, if possible.

Ex: I'd rather have lived in Ancient Greece than Ancient Rome. (past)

2. I'd prefer ...

I'd prefer + it+ 2nd Cond. = I'd prefer it if you didn't go

I'd prefer + Noun + TO + Noun = I'd prefer coke to coffee

I'd prefer + Obj. + (NOT) + TO infinitive = I'd prefer you not to get back so late.

3. I feel + AS IF (conditionals)

Ex. I feel as if I were flying!, I feel as if a fast car had hit me

4. I feel like + gerund = He doesn't feel like working today, he's so tired.

5. I fancy ...

I fancy + Noun = I really fancy an ice-cream!

I fancy + gerund = Do you fancy watching a film?

I fancy + Obj. (be physically attracted to)= She fancies him!

what do you fancy now? If you need some exercises to practise, click on "I'd rather, I'd prefer" (LABELS - ON THE RIGHT).


Hi, Guys!,

Some days ago, I found this fantastic web-page for all of us who are somehow hooked on Friends TV serie. Here you are going to see the best moments starred by these amazing actors, their famous settings, their pictures, and so on. Come on, take a look on this web!!! I hope you'll like it!

Wednesday, February 3, 2010


Hi, Guys!,

This fantastic song was first sung by many well-known singers, such as Michael Jackson, Bruce Sprinteen, a long time ago, when these celebrities wanted to collect much money to help poor African children. These days, one of my favourite singer, Celine Dion, has met other important singers to perform this song. Once again, everybody is together, all of us want to help vulnerable people in particular children from HAITÍ. We wish these people could recover as soon as possible. This song also reminds me of "It's Time to Change" by Juanes, another singer who is deeply worried about unprotected people. Now, let's listen to its significant lyrics!

We Are the World, We Are the Children

by Jonas Brothes, Lady Gaga, Celine Dion, among others

Monday, February 1, 2010

RELATIVES (I) answers - 10th January

Hi, Guys!,

As I told you this morning, here you can find the asnwers of some exercises, particularly, those related to Defining and Non-defining Relative Clauses.

A. 1. That's the basketball player whose legs are incredibly long.

2. That's the man who weighs over 120kg.

3. That's the university where Professor Rylance works.

4. That's the club where I first saw Polly.

5. Nail-biting is the habit (which) I would like to stop.

6. This is the CD (which) I bought for Jamie.

7. That's the girl (that) I told you about yesterday.

8. Those are the students whose exam results are excellent.

B. 1. The man (who / that) I noticed in the park was very thin.

2. The story (which) James told me wasn't true.

3. The woman (who) I spoke to was a psychologist.

4. The hotel (where) we stayed was near the beach.

5. The boy (who) Emma was talking to was very good-looking.

6. The teacher (who) I wanted to see had gone out.

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