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Tuesday, June 20

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Tuesday, May 30

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    HW correction
    Listening
    Interview on a radio programme with a health and safety officer
    Listening practice
    Speaking
    Risks and dangers
    Rephrasing
    p 115 exc.: F
    Reading practice
    Hi Native !
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Friday, May 26

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    Safety regulations ( Fire drill rules )
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    Vocabulary
    Dangers and Risks
    HW
    Watch the video: BAD HABITS
    1.- What bad habits does he mention?
    2.- What solution to these bad habits does he suggest ?
    EXTRA
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Wednesday, May 24

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    **Test 6**
    23/05/17
    Homework correction
    You and what army? - ¿Tú y cuantos más?
    You are on your own - Estás solo en esto/Apañatelas (?)
    You never know - Nunca se sabe
    You rock! - Tu molas!
    You´ve got another thing comin´ - Lo tienes claro (connotación irónica)
    You're fit - Estas bueno/a (UK)
    You're hot - Estas bueno/a
    You're on thin ice - Te la estás jugando
    http://tardecilla.blogspot.com.es/2012/08/310-expresiones-utiles-en-ingles.html
    Vocabulary
    Laws and regulations
    Listening
    Listen to a health and safety officer
    Speaking
    Safety regulations ( Fire drill rules )

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Thursday, May 18

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    Test 5
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    Upside down - Boca abajo/Patas arriba/Del revés/Invertido (dado la vuelta)
    Watch out! - Cuidado!
    We're even - Estamos en paz
    What a drag! - Vaya coñazo
    What a horse's ass - Vaya un imbecil!
    What a palaver! - Menudo follón!
    What a pity - Que pena
    What a shame! - Qué vergüenza!
    What the fuck! - Que cojones!/Que coño!
    What this is have to do with... - qué tiene que ver esto con...
    What were you up to? - Que estabas haciendo?
    Whatever - Lo que sea (resignado)
    Who is this? - ¿Quien es? (al responder una llamada de telefono)
    Who on earth....? - ¿Quién coño...?
    Without any doubt - Sin ninguna duda
    http://tardecilla.blogspot.com.es/2012/08/310-expresiones-utiles-en-ingles.html
    Mistakes 52
    Video 52
    Interactive learning practice
    Writing practice
    HW
    a.- Reading p 112 excs.: A and C
    b.- Get ready to talk about:
    MONOLOGUE
    Give your opinion on the current obsession with looks. Do you think we pay too much attention to our physical appearance? Support your opinion with convincing arguments.
    DIALOGUE
    SPEAKER A
    You are a member of a charity that promotes women's rights in Bangladesh. You have been travelling to that country to do some volunteer work for the last few years.
    Try to convince your best friend to join the charity and travel with you this summer. Justify the need to support this organisation.
    You start the conversation.
    SPEAKER B
    You are a member of a charity that helps the homeless in your country. You want to participate in a new project that will be carried out this summer. You think people should get more involved in local charities.
    Try to convince your best friend to join the charity and work with you on the same project this summer.
    Justify the need to support this organisation.
    A starts the conversation.
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    **Test 6**

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Wednesday, May 17

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    ADVANCED VIDEOS
    16/05/17
    Homework correction
    Take it easy - Tómatelo con calma
    Talking of the devil - Hablando del rey de Roma
    Thanks in advance - Gracias por adelantado
    That's quite dodgy - Eso es muy cutre
    That's the straw that brokes the camel's back - Esta es la gota que colma el vaso
    That's what I mind - Eso es lo que cuenta/A eso me refiero.
    That's what matters/That's all that matters - Eso es lo que cuenta
    The more the merrier - Cuanto más, mejor
    The sooner the better - Cuanto antes, mejor
    Think twice - Piensalo dos veces
    This is my bread and butter - Con esto me gano la vida
    This is not rocket science - No es tan dificil (si alguien esta intentando hacer algo fácil y no sabe cómo)
    To ask for the moon - pedir peras al olmo
    To bang/screw [alguien] - Cepillarse a alguien
    To be a bellend - ser un capullo
    To be a cunt - ser un capullo/gilipollas -- British
    To be a dickhead - (se pronuncia dicked)
    To be between the devil and the deep/between a rock and a hard place - Estar entre la espada y la pared.
    To be caught between a rock and a hard place - entre la espada y la pared --- British
    To be down to fuck - Querer un polvo
    To be high/stone - Estar colocado/ciego/borracho
    To be on the ball - Estar en la onda/al día
    To be/sit on the fence - Dudar
    To be over the moon - estar feliz, contento
    To be such a [adjetivo] - Ser un auténtico [adjetivo]
    To be wasted/blackout/legless - Estar bastante borracho
    To be/feel under the weather - sentirse mal/enfermo
    To blackmailed - Chantajear
    To call it a day - dar algo por terminado
    To cheat on - Poner los cuernos
    To chew the carpet - Tragarse el orgullo
    To clutch straws - Agarrarse a un clavo ardiendo
    To cut the cheese - Tirarse un pedo
    To do [alguien] - Liarse (con alguien, plan folleteo)
    To fair enough - Estar deacuerdo
    To get along - Llevarse bien
    To get by - Para ir tirando/Para arreglarselas
    To get frisky - Ponerse juguetón (en el sentido más pornoso de la palabra)
    To get laid - acostarse, tener sexo con alguien, echar un polvo
    To get rid of [algo/alguien - librarse de [algo/alguien]
    To get the hang of it - Pillarle el truco
    To give somebody a lift - Llevar a alguien (en coche, en moto...)
    To go all out - Hacer todo lo posible/Darlo todo
    To hang up - Colgar (teléfono)
    To have a blast - pasarlo bien/divertirse/pasarlo pipa
    To have a bone to pick (with someone) - Tener cuentas que ajustar (con alguien)
    To have a finger in every pie - Estar en misa y repicando / Intentar estar en todo a la vez
    To have a thing about [something] - Estar loco/obsesionado por algo
    To have an argue - Tener una discusión
    To have forty winks - Echar un sueño
    To have the face... - Tener la cara/morro... (de hacer algo)
    To keep at bay - Mantener a raya
    To make a point - Querer dejar clara una cosa
    To make do - Conformarse
    To make out - Enrollarse (pareja)
    To make out - entender
    To murder something - modo informal de decir que te apetece comer o beber algo
    To run an errand - Hacer un recado
    To see eye to eye with somebody - Tener el mismo punto de vista/Ver de la misma manera
    To set the (whole) world on fire - Comerse el mundo
    To shag/press - Follar (Británico)
    To sow your wild oats - Ir de flor en flor
    To spoil [somebody] rotten - Malcriar/mimar/consentir a alguien
    To sum up... - En resumen...
    To take [something] with a pinch of salt - Coger algo entre pinzas (sobre algo que te han dicho)
    To tan somebody's hide - darle una paliza a alguien
    Toff/Posh - Pijo
    Train bound for - Tren con destino a..
    http://tardecilla.blogspot.com.es/2012/08/310-expresiones-utiles-en-ingles.html
    Mistakes 51
    Video 51
    Vocabulary
    Accidents and Injuries
    Speaking
    Activities and accidents
    Listening
    Conversations about accidents
    EXTRA
    BUSINESS VOCABULARY I
    BUSINESS VOCABULARY II
    FASHION VOCABULARY
    Test 5

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