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Esther Martinez
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Keep Calm & Carry on Here we go, again! YES , it's that time of the year again: A new school year has arrived, and I'm sure is set to be your best ever. But, of course, this is also the best time to re-focus on your learning goals. The beginning of a school...
Keep Calm & Carry on Here we go, again! YES , it's that time of the year again: A new school year has arrived, and I'm sure is set...
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Forming Adverbs from Adjectives
An adverb is a word which modifies (gives more information about) a verb, an adjective or another adverb, but not a noun. 1. Adverbs modifying verbs EXAMPLES: He was driving carelessly. Jane can speak French fluently. They live happily. He goes to the gym d...
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Forming Adverbs from Adjectives
An adverb is a word which modifies (gives more information about) a verb, an adjective or another adverb, but not a noun. 1. Adverbs modifying verbs EXAMPLES: He was driving carelessly. Jane can speak French fluently. They live happily. He goes to the gym d...
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Passive voice
Passive voice is used when: We want to emphasize the action more than the subject performing it, because it is considered more important.           Example: More and more smart phones are used every day. The subject performing the action is obvious or unkno...
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Used to Form
Used to is a verbal form which refers to a habit that took place in the past , but no longer happens. The negative form of "used to"  is: Subject + "didn't use to" + infinitive   The interrogative form of "used to" is :  Did / Subject / "use to"/ infinitive...
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Easter Greetings
Easter greetings to all of you! Easter Tradition Interactive crossword Easter around the world
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Forming Adverbs from Adjectives
An adverb is a word which modifies (gives more information about) a verb, an adjective or another adverb, but not a noun. 1. Adverbs modifying verbs EXAMPLES: He was driving carelessly. Jane can speak French fluently. They live happily. He goes to the gym d...
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Forming Adverbs from Adjectives
An adverb is a word which modifies (gives more information about) a verb, an adjective or another adverb, but not a noun. 1. Adverbs modifying verbs EXAMPLES: He was driving carelessly. Jane can speak French fluently. They live happily. He goes to the gym d...
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Cargando... REMEMBER: Deadline by June the 17th
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World Poetry Day
World Poetry Day Ae fond kiss, and then we sever Ae fareweel, and then forever Deep in heart-wrung tears I'll pledge thee Warring sighs and groans I'll wage thee Who shall say that Fortune grieves him While the star of hope she leaves him? e, nae cheerfu tw...
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So - Such / Too - Enough
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It is used before adjectives, adverbs or -ing words. It makes the word that comes after it stronger. examples: The exam was very difficult,

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Una URL que representa tu perfil educativo. Comparte tu Entorno Personal de Aprendizaje (PLE), conecta con otros docentes, integra tu perfil

MERRY CHRISTMAS
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Gratitude is the Heart's Memory
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Did you know that for many Native American people, Thanksgiving is cause for mourning rather than celebration? Although the First Thanksgivi

Comparative Adjectives
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If the regular adjective has one syllable, add +er to the end to make the comparative form. If the regular adjective ends in y, change the y

European Day of Languages 2013
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7 Facts you need to know about the European Day of languages: 1. The European Day of Languages is celebrated annually on the 26th September.

Giving Compliments
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COMPLIMENTS Formulas for Giving Compliments Many compliments can be created by following one of these formulas: 1. Your + Noun Phrase + is/l

The San Xoan Bonfires
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The arrival of summer is celebrated throughout the world, and La Corunna, Galicia, in the northern coast of Spain, is no exception. The nigh

Hangouts (replaces Talk)
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The Sunshine Award!
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It's raining (a lot!) in Barcelona, I'm exhausted (lots of things to do, too little time to do them), but I can't stop smiling because I got