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Thursday, 1 May 2008

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Hello:

If you want to write a free text in English or simply copy some text in English that you like, this is the right place.

I wish you enjoy and you will learn much English.

With my best wishes.

Your English teacher Louis.


12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi teacher! I love this blog it is an excellent idea but it is very valuable blog.
I am very keen that we have our center with computers for students.

bye!

Fernando Ibáñez toro 1ªE.S.O

Anonymous said...

Hello I am Alex and have looked for this AUSIAS'S poem MARCH (1397 - 1459):

Just like he who sees himself near death,

going through hardships, through perils at sea,

and sees a place where he can find his ease

and cannot reach it for his evil luck;

like him I pass through these hard times

and see you, who might cure all my ills:

and now despaired of achieving my desires,

I'll circle the world, telling of your pride.

ALEJANDRO RICO CARRASCOSA

Anonymous said...

The last R32 was a favorite of tuners and VW enthusiasts alike, and from the looks of the early orders, the 2008 MK V R32 is going to be in hot demand. The kind folks over at Volkswagen gave current GTI and R32 owners first dibs at the 2008 model, and the VW loyalists didn't disappoint. Of the 5,000 R32s destined for the US, nearly 1,000 have already been spoken for.

The 2008 R32 will retain its 3.2l engine with 250hp, and 4Motion permanent AWD will be standard. The starting price of the hot hatch will be a breath-taking $32,990, putting it in 3-Series territory, but we don't think this will be much of an obstacle for those who covet the R32. After seeing the souped-up Golf in person in Chicago, it's difficult to foresee the R32s hanging out on dealer lots for long. The R32 roles out in the fall.

David Rico Gamiz 1ºE.S.O.

Anonymous said...

Hello teacher, I am doing the text "my house" and I have five free minutes for write somethings in this espace and to say hello.

JOSE MANUEL ORTIZ DELGADO 1º E.S.O.

Anonymous said...

Hello dear teacher.
This blog is very good and excelent idea.
I like the blog.
The people like write in the blog.
Congratulations teacher because you have a good idea.
With this blog learn much,thank you teacher.
¡GOOD BYE!
LUZ MARÍA CEBRIÁN ARGÜELLES
1º E.S.O.

Ana said...

Hello!!
My favourite animal is:

The lynx iberian

The Iberian lynx is smaller than its northern relatives, and so typically hunts smaller sized animals, usually no larger than hares. It also differs in habitat choice, with Iberian lynx inhabiting open scrub and Eurasian lynx inhabiting forests.
It hunts mammals (including rodents and insectivores), birds, reptiles and amphibians at twilight. The European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) is its main prey (79.5-86.7%), with (5.9%) hares (Lepus granatensis) and (3.2%) rodents less common. A male requires one rabbit per day, and a female bringing up cubs will eat three rabbits per day.
As the population of rabbits in Spain has declined, the Iberian lynx is often forced to attack young deer, fallow deer, roebuck or mouflons. The Iberian lynx competes with the red fox, the meloncillo (Herpestes ichneumon) and the wildcat.
The tufts of hair on its ears helps it to detect sources of sound; without them, its hearing capacity is greatly reduced. The edges of its feet are covered in long thick hair, which facilitates silent movement through snow. Lynx, especially with younger animals, roam widely, with ranges reaching more than 100 km. Also it has a territory (~ 10-20 km²), depending on how much food is available.
This lynx was once distributed over the entire Iberian Peninsula. It is now restricted to very small areas, with breeding only confirmed in two areas of Andalucía, southern Spain. The Iberian lynx prefers heterogeneous environments of open grassland mixed with dense shrubs such as Arbutus, lentisk, and Juniper; and trees such as Holm oak and Cork oak. Mainly in mountainous areas covered with vegetation; maquis or "Mediterranean forest".

On March 29, 2005, the birth of three cubs, the first born in captivity, was announced. Four more cubs were born in 2006. These recent births seem to open up the prospect of a future reintroduction of the species to parts of its former habitat where it has disappeared.

Ah! My friend "Wikipedia" helped me.

Bye Teacher.

Ana Iraly Gordo Moreno.

Anonymous said...

Hello teacher!I am Tamara I student in 2ºESO. I go to write a letter of the sing. The sing is of THE FRAY.The sing to call HOW TO SAFE A LIVE:

Step one you say we need to talk
He walks you say sit down it's just a talk
He smiles politely back at you
You stare politely right on through
Some sort of window to your right
As he goes left and you stay right
Between the lines of fear and blame
And you begin to wonder why you came

Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend
Somewhere along in the bitterness
And I would have stayed up with you all night
Had I known how to save a life

Let him know that you know best
Cause after all you do know best
Try to slip past his defense
Without granting innocence
Lay down a list of what is wrong
The things you've told him all along
And pray to God he hears you
And pray to God he hears you

Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend
Somewhere along in the bitterness
And I would have stayed up with you all night
Had I known how to save a life

As he begins to raise his voice
You lower yours and grant him one last choice
Drive until you lose the road
Or break with the ones you've followed
He will do one of two things
He will admit to everything
Or he'll say he's just not the same
And you'll begin to wonder why you came

Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend
Somewhere along in the bitterness
And I would have stayed up with you all night
Had I known how to save a life

Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend
Somewhere along in the bitterness
And I would have stayed up with you all night
Had I known how to save a life

How to save a life
How to save a life

Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend
Somewhere along in the bitterness
And I would have stayed up with you all night
Had I known how to save a life

Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend
Somewhere along in the bitterness
And I would have stayed up with you all night
Had I known how to save a life

How to save a life…

Listen to it. It is very beautifull.
TAMARA RODRIGUEZ GARCIA .2ºESO

Anonymous said...

Tamara, Thanks for this beautiful song.

In this link you can listen and of course I recommend you that both to read the blog. It is a great exercise of listening.

http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=BKxnJ5iyC-w

Greetings.
The Teacher Luis.

Anonymous said...

Hello teacher!We want to give him the happiness for the prize to the best it paginates Granada. The truth, they take reason because thanks to this it paginates the students of our school we inform ourselves of what passes in our center and we allows to find information on all the possible subjects.

Paloma Guerrero Moreno.
Pilar Zamora Carvajal.
Ana Malagon Contreras.
2ºESO.

CEIP Cardenal Cisneros said...

Paloma, Pilar, Ana...
Thank you for your good wishes.

All efforts and time spent, were to get a website to serve as useful and beneficial to learn better. Ultimately, the website of the school has been thinking of you all.

So, really appreciate your words of congratulations.

The Teacher Luis.

Anonymous said...

Hello! I'm Celia. My hobbies are paint, play the violin and the saxophone,asemble on my bike...
My family's hobbies are:
- My mum: to do hiking and paint.
- My dad: play tennis.
- My brother: swim and to do silly.
I not to think that my family canhave very not much hobbies, then I to tell my future hobbies.
I will am a veterinary, to like work in the zoo of Valencia...
I love animals! this is my maximium challenge.
Bye teacher

Celia Gómez Gordo.6º

Anonymous said...

La escuela es buena para los niños pero a nosotros no nos gusta. Este año ha sido muy largo para nosotros.
Mi maestro de ingles es muy bueno para mi
Lo del bloc me ha parecido una buena
idea.Prometo que estudiaré mas el año que viene.

Teodoro 2ºESO

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