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A blog for Maribel's students at EOI and CEP Granada

Archive for November, 2009

24.11.09

Posted by maribel on 30/11/2009


My Bonnie lies over the ocean
My Bonnie lies over the sea
My Bonnie lies over the ocean
Oh bring back my Bonnie to me

Bring back, bring back
Bring back my Bonnie to me, to me
Bring back, bring back
Bring back my Bonnie to me

Last night as I lay on my pillow
Last night as I lay on my bed
Last night as I lay on my pillow
I dreamed that my Bonnie was dead

Bring back…

Oh blow ye the winds o’er the ocean
And blow ye the winds o’er the sea
Oh blow ye the winds o’er the ocean
And bring back my Bonnie to me

Bring back…

The winds have blown over the ocean
The winds have blown over the sea
The winds have blown over the ocean
And brought back my Bonnie to me

Bring back…

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17.11.09

Posted by maribel on 21/11/2009

A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse“,
from Shakespeare’s Richard III, is one of Shakespeare’s best known lines. The quotation is sometimes now repeated ironically when someone needs some unimportant item.

This is handout 09.

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10.11.09

Posted by maribel on 12/11/2009

This is especially dedicated to Mercedes:

And then here you have handout 08

And some extra practice on the vocabulary of the family.

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03.11.09

Posted by maribel on 03/11/2009

October 31st is Hallowe’en and you can meet witches and ghosts that night. Hallowe’en (All Hallows’ Eve) is an old word for the night before “All Saints’ Day”. On that night of the year ghosts and witches are free. Well, that’s the traditional story. Now there are parties on October 31st. At these parties people wear masks and they dress as vampires, monsters, skeletons, witches or aliens. People decorate their houses for Hallowe’en. There are special pumpkin lamps: the jack o’ lanterns. There are also Hallowe’en games like “bobbing for apples”. The children go “trick o’ treating”. Neighbours give them a treat (chocolate or sweets).

This is handout 07.

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