This song -already a classic nowadays- was first performed by American singer Gloria Gaynor, released in October 1978 and written by Freddie Perren and Dino Fekaris. A top-selling song after its initial release, it has remained a popular disco anthem, as well as being certified double platinum by the RIAA. Leer más “I will survive”
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”
1 1.a; 2.a; 3.a; 4.b; 5.a; 6.a
2 1.falling asleep; 2.tired; 3.alone; 4.accepted; 5.stop; 6.lost; 7.fair
3 1.F-If you have a gift for something, you’re good at it; 2.T✔; 3.T✔; 4.F-Language barriers often take place in a new country; 5.F-A person with a lot of self-esteem has a lot of confidence; 6.F-People usually flee places that are dangerous; 7.T✔; 8.T✔ Leer más “[2ºBCH] Answers to “More Practice 4””
Some of you have told me that you would like to choose the songs we upload for practice. OK, here’s your opportunity; your new task will be just that: -Search for your favourite song in YouTube (or Vimeo, or whatever) and write the link. -Get its lyrics and write them in a comment, with its corresponding gaps Leer más “Your favourite song”