Now, the fun part and you know what that means: SONGS!!!!!
Notice the way she says: 'Does he brush up?' Never brushed up' /brʌʃtʌp/
Please, do notice the pronunciation of irregular verbs such as SAID /sed/ or BROUGHT /brɔ:t/and the pronunciation of regular verb such as BLESSED /blest/ or LOVED /lʌvd/.Besides, there are other aspects of English pronunciation that you should …
More info about the shorts for Thu. 22nd November at 12:00.
Flea (Vanessa Caswill): here you are a trailer and this link will help you to understand the film: click here and hereNegative Space (Ru Kawahata, Max Porter): this is the trailer and this link shows you some facts like the numerous awards, like this onePoles Apart (Paloma Baeza): here you are this link with information about this film.The Nest (Jamie Jones): this is the trailer and a bit of info hereWe Love Moses (Dionne Edwards): here you are this review and this is another review
Last year was a record-breaking year for tourism, and once again France has topped the charts. Which country is the second most visited? Which countries' numbers only keep rising? Which country is becoming more and more popular? Which countries have climbed up places? Which country continues to rank as the most popular country to visit in Southeast Asia? For some help, you can check your textbook (p. 140). Remember that you can modify comparisons in three ways: - A big difference - A small difference - No difference Don't sweat! This exercise is nowhere near as difficult as it may seem at first glance.
If you’d like to hear the interview to this
amazing explorer, just click on Radio 3 a la carta (RNE podcasts) and listen to the programme “Hoy empieza todo (Marta Echevarría)” on Friday 9th
November 2018. The interview is both in English and Spanish, (honing