Sunday, April 13, 2014

What were you doing when the shark attacked?

Question: What were you doing when the shark attacked?

Elisa: I was on the boat.
Javier Ru: I was on the boat with Elisa.
Bea B.: I was eating a hamburguer
Julio: I was killing the shark with a knife.
Laura F: I was biting the shark.
Ignacio: I was parachuting and shooting the shark with a gun.

 My students have a great imagination… Don't you think so?

Wednesday, March 05, 2014


Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Day is the day before Ash Wednesday (miércoles de ceniza) Lent (Cuaresma) starts with Ash Wednesday. Here you are all the information about Pancake day (click here)

Rehab Parliamentary Pancake Race 2012

Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Friday, October 04, 2013

Wednesday, October 02, 2013

Unit 1: Formal "I WANT TO" vs non formal "I WANNA" (Quiero)

In formal English we say:
 - I want to go waterskiing - I want to go horse riding - I want to eat - I want to drive.
 In non formal English (especially American English) we say:
- I wanna go waterskiing - I wanna go horse riding - I wanna eat - I wanna drive.

Watch this ad (anuncio) of Hamilton and Rosberg (Formula 1 pilots) and write whether they say "want to" or "wanna".

Wednesday, April 24, 2013


Here you are.

To copy on your notebooks and do.

Activities (click here):

Day 1: A,B,C.
Day 2: D, E, F
Day 3: G, H, I


Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Devil's pool. Victoria Falls

Dr. David Livingstone, the Scottish missionary and explorer, discovered Victoria Falls in 1855. It is in Africa, in Zimbabwe and Zambia. Livingstone named his discovery after the name of Queen Victoria, but the indigenous name Mosi-oa-Tunya- literally "the smoke that thunders". It is not the highest nor the widest waterfall, but it is claimed to be the largest. Look this video about Devil's Pool.

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr, and Mahatma Gandhi have one important thing in common: they fought for their rights without using the arms and violence, but with their words and the law. They demanded justice
Here you are a good song about the life and teachings of Marting Luther King Jr.
Let's celebrate Peace Day.

Monday, January 14, 2013

Opposite or in front of? See the difference.

  • La preposición "in front of" significa delante de:

  • The bus is in front of the school.El autobús está delante del colegio
    The monument is in front of the church.El monumento está delante de la iglesia
    The dog is in front of the kitchen.El perro está delante de la cocina

  • Mientras que la preposición "opposite" significa "enfrente de". Su diferencia con la anterior es que "in front of" indica delante, pero puede ser tanto de frente como de espalda, mientras que "opposite" implica siempre de frente:

  • In the queue, he was in front of me.En la cola él estaba delante de mí  (dándome la espalda)
    The sargent stood opposite the soldiers.El sargento estaba enfrente de los soldados (mirándoles a la cara)
    My house is opposite the park.Mi casa está enfrente del parque

    (fragmento tomado de la web Aula fácil)

    Thursday, November 15, 2012

    How often do you...?

    • How often do you brush your teeth?
    • How often do you go to the cinema?
    • How often do you read a book? 
    • How often do you eat meat?
    El adverbio de frecuencia va antes del verbo excepto con el verbo 'to be' (va después)
    always go to church on Sundays.
    I am 
    always tired after work. 

    • Read

    • Do some practice. Click on the links below: