martes, 27 de mayo de 2008

Passive Voice

Below, a link with the solutions to the exercise done in class today.

viernes, 16 de mayo de 2008

English 3º E.S.O.

Below, a link where you can see how the passive voice is formed in English which includes exercises.

Have a nice weekend!! ;-)


Comme je vous l'avais promis, voilà quelques liens qui vous aideront avec votre grammaire:

Le Futur Simple: Facile, avec 6 exercices.

Le Conditionnel Présent. En espagnol.

Pour en savoir plus:
  • Quelques verbes déjà conjugués (en vert):ésent%20du%20conditionnel

  • Texte:

sábado, 3 de mayo de 2008

Just for fun

This is just one of the top 10 ways to improve your reading skills!! ;-)

sábado, 12 de abril de 2008

viernes, 4 de abril de 2008


Je vous rappelle les points grammaticaux de l'unité 3:
- L'imparfait
- Le comparatif
- Les pronoms complément d'objet direct et indirect

jueves, 3 de abril de 2008


I leave you some links on the left part of this blog where you can find exercises to practise what you have learnt today. Good luck!! :-)

1. In this website, you can read about the different types of conditional sentences and, at the bottom of the page, there are a couple of exercises of each type. Do not bother doing too difficult exercises, or mixed sentences, or exceptions... as we're just getting started with it. Try types 0 and I.

2. This is an English website. As in the previous link, you can have a look at the theory and then you can practise the exercises given. There are some things that you don't know, but don't worry.

3. In this exercise, you just have to click on the correct answer :-)

4. I find this exercise very interesting as a means of checking your understanding. At the bottom of the page, there's an Answer Key. You can also try Practice #2.

5. These links have been taken from, a very complete American website. You can try (in this order) the quiz, a dialogue for more advanced learners, and a reading comprehension. I'll be content if you try the first link.

martes, 4 de marzo de 2008


Poem of The Child That Went Forth, and Always Goes Forth, Forever and Forever

THERE was a child went forth every day;
And the first object he look’d upon, that object he became;
And that object became part of him for the day, or a certain part of the day, or for many years, or stretching cycles of years.

The early lilacs became part of this child,
And grass, and white and red morning-glories, and white and red clover, and the song of the phoebe-bird,
And the Third-month lambs, and the sow’s pink-faint litter, and the mare’s foal, and the cow’s calf,
And the noisy brood of the barn-yard, or by the mire of the pond-side,
And the fish suspending themselves so curiously below there—and the beautiful curious liquid,
And the water-plants with their graceful flat heads—all became part of him.

From Leaves of Grass (1856 ed.)