miércoles, 23 de marzo de 2016
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS WERE VERY HAPPY TODAY BECAUSE IT WAS OUR LAST DAY IN CLASS BEFORE EASTER HOLIDAY.
WE WERE PLAYING GAMES AND WATCHING FILMS.
THEN, IT IS TIME FOR PARADES AND THE TYPICAL PLAYING OF DRUMS... IN ARAGON.
WE WISH YOU A VERY HAPPY TIME.....!!!! (M.H.)
miércoles, 9 de marzo de 2016
We enjoyed a lot in London last January.
We were 14 students and 2 teachers, Marga and Teresa who travelled by Ryanair.
It was a short trip but very interesting and funny. It was my first time there but I want to go back soon. ( VERO FACHADO - ADM ii )
ARE SOCIAL NETWORKS CREATING A MORE SOLITARY LIFE THAN BEFORE
A recent study of loneliness in Spain concluded that one in five Spaniards live alone, and yet, they are not the group that feels loneliness: "A 27.5% of Spaniards living alone say they do not feel any solitude at all, while 52.6% of those living with loneliness say he felt at some point.” Asked about the feelings attributed to the concept of loneliness, 28% identified with the lack of communication, isolation and lack of company. "
The use of networks by people who are well integrated socially and maintain strong relationships with their loved ones serve to maintain or increase those ties, and even to reduce possible effects of depression. In contrast, the second points to the social use of the internet, especially when communicating with strangers, social resources can move people in the real world and emphasize its depressed state. This group of researchers conducted a massive survey of digital users all the features to confirm the effects of both scenarios.
Their results showed that personal characteristics are what affect the relationship between the network and the depressive feeling. Its use as a complement to the social life in the real world would not be harmful, just the opposite; the problem arises when looking at the networks substitute the real company. (by Marina – Adm 3)
RENAULT WILL CHECK 15.000 CARS FOR THE POLLUTING EMISSION
The secretary of Ecology, Ségolène Royal, says that there is no fraud but the system will adjust " of leaked "
The French secretary of Ecology, Ségolène Royal has made it clear today that the manufacturer Renault has promised to contact with the owners of more than 15.000 of his cars them the engines check and to fit after the verification of which high places issue levels of pollutant emission. The advert of the secretary takes place one day after Renault was indicating that in a few weeks he will present a plan to reduce the emission of his vehicles, so much the future models as others that already are in traffic. These measures are a reaction to the revelations of last week on two models of Renault - the Captur and the Espace-, that have been submitted to a few technical tests organized to instances of the French Government, with the aim to check the level of pollutant emission after the scandal generated by the confirmation of which Volkswagen used a device to falsify them. A technical commission created by Royal last September, is going to examine a hundred of vehicles of brands commercialized in France to verify the pollution that they generate in habitual conditions of utilization in road, and not only in conditions of homologation, in laboratory.
The holder of Ecology recognized that the tests of homologation used till now do not turn out to be "sufficient" because they are "static", and that it is necessary to do them in habitual conditions of utilization in road. ( Marcos - adm 3)
miércoles, 2 de marzo de 2016
SHAKESPEARE DIED ON THE SAME DATE AS CERVANTES: 23RD aPRIL 1616, 400 YEARS AGO... SO WE ARE GOING TO TAKE IT INT ACCOUNT FROM NOW ONWARDS...
YOU WANT TO TRY????????
YOU WANT TO TRY????????
- Shakespeare died on 23 April, 1616, one day after which other great writer?
- William Shakespeare wrote 37 plays … approximately how many film versions have been made?
a) 110 b) 250 c) 325 d) 65
- William Shakespeare invented or was the first person to use in print about 1,700 new words. Here are four, but can you put the letters in order?
a) ssrednu b) uogernse c) yuhrr d) yeelabl
- He also invented or popularised many expressions we use today … can you complete these?
a) Love is … (= people in love do crazy things)
b) A heart of … (= a good and kind person)
c) Break the … (= start a conversation)
- What was engraved on his tomb?
a) a line from one of his plays
b) a message to his family
c) a curse on anyone who tried to open his grave
d) only his name
- A famous stage direction from “A Winter’s Tale” is “Exit pursued by …
a) a bear
b) a thief
c) a horse
d) a ghost
- What was the name of the London theatre where many of his plays were performed?
a) The Royal b) The Riverside
c) The Barbican d) The Globe
- What name is shared by Shakespeare’s wife and a famous American actress?
- Who was England’s monarch during most of Shakespeare’s life?
a) James I
b) Elizabeth I
c) Charles I
d) Henry VIII
- Which play opens with the witches scene?
d) King Lear
- b) 250
- a) undress, b) generous, c) hurry, d) eyeball
- a) blind, b) gold, c) ice
- c) a curse on anyone who tried to open his grave
- a) a bear
- d) The Globe
- Anne Hathaway
- b) Elizabeth I