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Wednesday, 22 April 2015

George and the dragon

St George's Day in England remembers St George, England's patron saint. The anniversary of his death, which is on April 23, is seen as England's national day. According to legend, he was a soldier in the Roman army who killed a dragon and saved a princess.


Monday, 13 April 2015

Art vocabulary


ABSTRACT
Based on real people, places and things but does not look like the real people, places and things. This style shows an object you can name but does not show it clearly.
PAINTING
A picture, design, or piece of art done in paints

Some paintings can become a MASTERPIECE (Obra maestra), the most outstanding piece of work of a creative artist, craftsman, etc

CANVAS
A tightly stretched (extended) cloth surface on which to paint.

 FRAME
A border or case for enclosing a picture, mirror, etc.

ARTIST/ PAINTER
A person who creates works of art.
The artist is holding a PALETTE and a BRUSH

TYPES OF PAINTINGS:
                                             



Food vocabulary



Table setting



How to do a paper glass


Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Project 5

PROJECT 5: RECOMMENDED STRUCTURE
ANIMAL NAME:
TYPE: It is a….vertebrate/ invertebrate/ mammal/ bird/ insect/ amphibian/ reptile/ fish

APPEARANCE: It is …very small/ small/ medium size/ big /enormous, it has got (colour) fur/ beak/spikes/whiskers/ scales/ claws/ jaw/ fangs/ fins/ tail/ feathers/ wings….

CLIMATE: It lives in a hot/ warm/ cold climate.

HABITATIt lives in water (in the river, the sea, beaches, lakes…)/on land (in the desert/ jungle/ country/forest/plain) in (country: Spain, Australia, etc)

DIET: It is carnivorous/ herbivorous/ omnivorous, so, it eats meat/ grass/ leaves/ seeds/ fruit/ fish/ insects.


CURIOSITY: It has got a….. It hasn´t got a…/ It can…./It can´t…






NAME: PLATYPUS
TYPE: It is a vertebrate mammal.

APPEARANCE: It is medium size, it has got dark brown fur and a beak.

CLIMATE: It can live in warm and cold climates. It usually lives in a cold climate.

HABITAT: It lives in water, in the rivers in Australia and in the Tasmanian Island.

DIET: It is carnivorous, so, it eats meat like worms, shellfish or insects.


CURIOSITY: It has got a poisonous spike on its back leg.


Sunday, 22 February 2015

PROJECT UNIT 4: MY FAVORITE GADGET. RECOMMENDED STRUCTURE

My favourite gadget is my __________________________(adj+gadget).

I´m going to describe how it looks like. It is_________________(size, form, colour, etc).

It was a________________ present from my____________(who gave you the gadget?).

In my opinion, it is __________(adjective) because I can _____________________ (what activities can you do with it?) with it _____________ (when? everyday, sometimes, once a week, always…)

I can´t live without my _______ !!!(gadget) (No puedo vivir sin mi….)


Name:                                                        Gadget Photo:

Monday, 16 February 2015

Difference between a/the

They are articles.

- a / an (un, uno, una)

  • Para nombres contables en singular: She wants to buy a car
  • Cuando dices como es algo: It’s a big house
  • Cuando dices qué hace alguien: He’s a teacher (El es profesor).

 – The (el, la, los, las)

  • Cuando hay una sola cosa de algo: The moon goes round the sun (La luna gira alrededor del sol).
  • Cuando te refieres a algo concreto: He opened the door (Él abrió la puerta).
  • Con lugares conocidos de la ciudad: The cinema
  • Con superlativos: It’s the best restaurant in town


- Sin artículo

  • No se utiliza artículo cuando se habla en general sobre nombres plurales e incontables. Love is more important than money

Zero conditional

This conditional is used when the result will always happen


  • If babies are hungry, they cry
  • Sunday, 25 January 2015

    DICTATION

    DESERTS
    desert is an area of land with little precipitation. Consequently, living conditions are hostile for plants and animals, which need special adaptations to survive in this hard environment.

    Deserts are formed because of large variations in temperature between day and night, which break rocks in pieces.

    Deserts take up about one third of the land surface of the world. This includes much of the polar regions where occurs little precipitation and which are sometimes called "cold deserts". 

    Tuesday, 6 January 2015

    Oral topic: What have you been given for Christmas?

    What have you been given for Christmas?
    I´ve been given a ...

    What´s your favourite Christmas present/gift?
    My favourite Christmas present/gift is my..............

    What was the worst Christmas present/gift?
    The worst Christmas present/gift was a....

    give away = regalar

    On Christmas you give away presents (giver) and you receive presents