“You scullion! You rampallian! You fustilarian! I’ll tickle your catastrophe!”
Henry IV Part 2
Yes, there are no insults like the ones thrown around in grand fashion by the characters of Shakespeare. This activity allows students to create their own insults, and is the one instance where back talk is allowed, and even encouraged. Hilarity ensues! Leer más “Shakespearean insults”
“Turn the Tide” is a song written by Regi Penxten and recorded by the Belgian trance group Sylver. In Belgium, the song was released in June of 2000 under the name “Liquid feat” as a chapter of the album Chances. The French version, “Je ne sais pas” appeared as a ghost track at the end of the album Little Things. Leer más “Turn the tide”
Dos puntos básicos se tocan en el tema 5: los pronombres relativos y el Past Perfect. Los relativos que se ven en la lección podemos resumirlos así:
who --> people This is the boy who hit me. which --> things That is the car which had an accident. where --> places This the city where she was born. whose --> possesive (people and things; ="cuyo") That is the girl whose mother works for the BBC.
Click on the picture and follow the instructions. Gonna freak out! Leer más “Psychic symbols”