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SEPTEMBER EXAMS

9 Jul

Hello everyone!

I hope you are having a nice summer!

Here are the times and days for the people that need to re-take their exams in September. REMEMBER TO JUST DO THE PARTS THAT YOU DIDN’T PASS IN JUNE.

1st SEPTEMBER: 

AULA 4 (NI-I D)

AULA 2 (SEMI 3A & B)

READING (9:00 – 10:35 h)

LISTENING (10:35 – 10:50)

WRITING (11:35 -13:10h)

You just need to come at the time of the exams you need to do. For example, if you only have to to the writing test, you have to be at the school at 11:35.

2nd SEPTEMBER (ONLY GROUP NI-D)

SPEAKING TEST: 18:00 h AULA 2

Since it’s difficult to know exactly how many people will do the speaking test in September, all of you will need to be there at 18:00h and then we”ll decide the order to do the speaking.

3rd SEPTEMBER (ONLY GROUPS SEMI 3-A & B)

  • SPEAKING TEST: 16:00 h, aula 4 (Semi 3-A)

18:00 h (aula 4 (Semi 3-B)

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SUMMER PRACTICE

22 Jun

happy_summer-1uduofwHello everyone! Well, the course has finished but learning is never-ending so….. here you have a link with some useful links to revise during the summer. https://www.smore.com/aq2a

I hope it’s helpful! Have a great summer

Writing composition samples

22 May

Hello

Here you can find some writing samples so that you can have an idea how to write the most common writings and some guidelines on how to do it.

the writing process

writing a paragraph

writing skills

a description of a person

a description of a place

a film review

a for and against essay

a formal email asking for information

a paragraph giving an opinion

a report giving solutions

a story

a story part 2

an article about an event

an email asking for giving advice

an email giving news0

an opinion essay

informal email

CHRISTMAS PARTY

7 Jan

Some photos of our school Christmas party.

http://photopeach.com/embed/lknuw5

FOR OR SINCE?

30 Nov

When we use the present perfect simple or continuous, it’s common to use For or Since when we want to talk about how long or since when we have done something. Remember that we use “for” to say the duration of an action or period of time and “since” when we talk about a specific point in time.

Practice “for and since” in our quizlet class:

FOR AND SINCE

How to register in Quizlet

11 Oct

If you haven’t signed up in Quizlet to practice your vocabulary in a fun way, watch this video and do it now!