Monday, 24 October 2016

Animal Park (L3U2)


I love animals (L3U2)

Comic strip (L3U2)


Animals (L3U2)

I'm brown. I've got a big body, a big mouth and big teeth. I haven't got whiskers. I'm a bear.







I'm black, white and yellow. I've got wings. I've got two legs. I haven't got ears or nose. I'm an eagle.


OUR PETS (L3U2)

 These are Nadia's pets. They are birds. They've got two legs and two wings. One of them is yellow and green.


This is Alexandra's pet. It's a fish. It hasn't got legs. It lives in the water and it's brown and orange.



Animals' sounds (L3U2)



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Monday, 17 October 2016

Where are you going? (L4U2)


In My Town (L4U2)


Present Continuous (L4U2/3)



PRESENT CONTINUOUS (L4U2-3)





My town (L4U2)


I´m going to the fishmonger's to buy some sardines. 
I'm going to the sport shop to buy a tracksuit.

   
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This is my town, Trapagaran. 
There are parks, bus stops... 
And there's a Town Hall.

New Technologies (L5U2)


Everyday breakfast (L5U2)

You have breakfast everyday so you ALWAYS have breakfast. But how often do you eat different food and drink for your breakfast?

Scooba (L5U2)



Scooba is an automated robotic floor mop made by iRobot. It was released in limited numbers in December 2005 for the Christmas season, with full production starting in early 2006. The company introduced a lower-priced version, the Scooba 5800, in the second half of 2006. It introduced a new Scooba 450 at CES 2014 in January 2014.

Fashion (L6U2)


Linen (L6U2)



A linen handkerchief with drawn 
thread work around the edges.

Linen is a textile made from the fibers of the flax plant, Linum usitatissimum. Linen is laborious to manufacture, but garments made of it are valued for exceptional coolness and freshness in hot weather.

Many products are made of linen: aprons, bags, towels (swimming, bath, beach, body and wash towels), napkins, bed linens, tablecloths, runners, chair covers, and men's & women's wear.

Details of the flax plant,

from which linen fibers are derived.

The word "linen" is of West Germanic origin and cognate to the Latin name for the flax plant linum, and the earlier Greek (linon). This word history has given rise to a number of other terms in English, most notably line, from the use of a linen (flax) thread to determine a straight line.

Textiles in a linen weave texture, even when made of cotton, hemp and other non-flax fibers, are also loosely referred to as "linen". Such fabrics generally have their own specific names also, for example fine cotton yarn in a linen-style weave is called Madapolam.