Sunday, 14 June 2009


Dear ESO students,
Have you ever seen this programme on TV3 (or K3)? I guess so.
You know it's a good way to practice your English by listening to some songs and playing loads of funny games.
This is the link to one of the programmes.
See you soon.

10 things you need to know...

Dear ESO students,
It's good to have some information on some of the most important cities around the world and in English, of course.
To start with, have a look at these series of 10 things you need to know about...
CU around

Wednesday, 10 June 2009


Dear ESO students,
This is a great site for those who love categories-and learning English, of course!!
Sporcle offers a lot of "mentally stimulating diversions", such as "The 100 most common words in English", "US English vs UK English", "Finish the Movie Quotes", etc. Why don't you try them?
See you soon


Dear ESO students,
I've just found this interesting site with lots of videos on what many people call "Survival English".
Have a look at Hugosite. I think it's quite easy to understand and useful.
See you soon

Monday, 8 June 2009


Dear ESO students,
Subinglés is a nice, useful webpage where you can find loads of songs with the words both in English and in Spanish. I think it's nice to know what your favourite songs say, so have a look!! The only thing is that most of the songs are a bit too old for you but maybe you'll discover some all-time classics.
See you soon

Thursday, 4 June 2009

More songs!!!

Dear students,
It's been a long time I know but I've been so busy...Sorry about that.
It's never too late anyway. Before the school year ends we still have time to listen to some music in class so have a look at these great videos:
Alesha Dixon- The boy does nothing
Amy Macdonald - This is the life
Hoobastank-The reason
See you around