Get the party started

Get the Party Started” is a song by American recording artist Pink, released as the first single from her second album, titled Missundaztood (2001). It became an international hit and reached the top ten in many countries, peaking at number one in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Romania, Spain, and Wallonia. The song was Pink’s biggest-selling song at that time.

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[1BCH] Relative clauses

First of all, you should review our former post about the relatives (use, pronouns and adverbs, types of clauses, omission…), where you will find grammar explanations at different levels, a lot of exercises, rephrasing practice and even tests at four different levels. After that, you can watch the BBC video above. (Of course, you can send me screenshots of your work).

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[1BCH] Reported Speech

Let’s review all we know from former years… First, review the basics (at 2ESO level). Then review what we learn last year and watch the video as a summary. Finally, do as many exercises on the blog as you need until Wednesday. (You can send me screenshots. Don’t worry, you’ll do the exercises on your book as the next task 😁)

[1BCH] In Time

In 2169, people are genetically engineered to stop aging on their 25th birthday, when a one-year countdown on their forearm begins. When it reaches zero, the person “times out” and dies instantly. Time has thus become the universal currency, transferred directly between people or stored in “time capsules”. Several major areas called Time Zones exist within Ohio: Dayton is the poorest, a manufacturing “ghetto” where people rarely have more than 24 hours on their clocks; in New Greenwich, people have enough time to be essentially immortal.

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