Let's learn some new words to add seasoning to your English
In todays posts I am going to transcrip three great compositions written by Alberto Santara, Jose Manuel Toro Yébenes and our not anonymous student anymore: PIERRE SEMSEVY who are all studying A2 at present. Your work is a fine example to other students!
Is it easy for you to concentrate when you need to study? Or do you suddenly feel like you have to get other things done such as (1) clearing away the plates from the table, (2) picking up your email or tidying up your wardrobe?
Are you happy with your studies? Starting the new year can be quite a (1) mind-boggling experience. Some subjects that you love will (2) blow your mind, while others might feel a bit (3) dull. One thing is for sure, you'll find the changes between being on holiday and starting your classes quite (4) staggering.
The summer is fast coming to an end and the new academic year is here already. Good news, bad news? Well, it depends on how you look at it. Remember that, as we say in English, (1) every cloud has a silver lining.
Our holidays are almost here and we are going to make the most of them: we are going to relax and rest up before getting back to our normal routine, we are going to see all the tourist spots, hopefully get a bit of a tan and (1) have lovely sleep-ins in the mornings. It's going (2) to be a blast!
Are you more or less ready for the holidays?
Whether you are going to a new destination or heading straight back home one thing is for sure, you wouldn't miss the holidays for the world.
Not everything about the holidays is pretty though.
Summer holidays are here at last.
We need to make our reservations, book our room and means of transport, decide where to go and with whom... so many things and all of them with a common denominator: we need money to do them.