Es una actividad que nos ayuda mucho a desarrolar nuestras habilidades para escribir y pensar en Inglès fue asignada por el Maestro Juan Enrique Cabrales que nos da la materia de Ingles IV.
En el blog puedes hablar de cualquier tema de tu agrado pero claro en Inglès para que aprendas a manejar un poco mas el idioma.
Esta es la ultima entrada del blog. Batalle un poco pero me sirvio de mucho. Espero que le guste.
martes, 18 de noviembre de 2008
One day I was walking on the beach and stopped to look at the waves. Suddenly, I thought I saw something struggling in the water. It looked like a man who was having a trouble swimming. At that moment, I reached for my glasses, and then remembered I'd left them at home. Just then, a big wave came, and the man was gone. At that moment I ran as fast as I could to get the lifeguard. After that, we arrived back t the spot where I had seen the man. When the lifeguard looked through his binoculars he said he didn't see anything. Iwas pretty embarrassed.The next day I bought a newspaper. There was an article about dolphins swimming near the shore. As soon as I read the article. I realized that I had seen a dolphin in the water - not a man!.After that I never went anywhere without my glasses again.
Lucy Gomez is the most creative person I know. She started piano lessons when she was only 6 years old. At school, she was always creating interesting projects in her art class. When she was only 12 years old, she won a citywide poetry contest. Her parents were very proud of her.
Now lucy works as a sitcom writer for a popular Tv show . She works with a group of writers, and together they have to think of fresh ideas. They also have to come up with funny dialog for the actors on their show because the actors have to play believable characters that will make the audience laugh. It is not an easy job, but lucy does it well.
She starts work late in the morning and often works until 7 or 8 at night.
Lucy is very curious. She likes to travel and meet new people who have opinions that are different from hers. She often carries a notebook with her and writes down what she sees and hears. Lucy tells me that these new experience are a good source of ideas for her work. I always enjoy talking to her and am happy to know some as bright and creative as Lucy.
Dear Sir or Madam:
Last weekend my boyfriend and I arrived at your popular cafeteria looking for a very nice time to spend together. The motto in your window reads "Where your friends are as special as you are", unfortunately the service that day didn't reflect those word.
As soon as we arrived there we had the chance to sit at a table and we waited for almost half an hour for a waiter to help us. There were not to many people for this to happend but i have to point out that the music was good and this helped us to be pacient.
However, when we were finally serviced the waiter spilled a cup of coffee on my brand new jacket. It costed me $15 to have it cleaned. My jacket doesn't look that good anymore. I had never had an experience such like this anywhere. I hope you can understand my complaing because I want you to refund the money for another brand new jacket.