Se muestran los artículos pertenecientes a Septiembre de 2010.
I consider this a superb version, better than the 2005 film, which was nominated for several Academy Awards. I invite you to enjoy it in youtube. You have the first part of chapter one above.
Click here to read David Rguez. Rivada’s very interesting article about the novel, the TV series and the film. He compares the marriage proposal scene in both the 2005 film and the 1995 series and also provides us with the text written by Jane Austen so that we can decide which one is more faithful to Ms Austen’s novel.
Read and Listen is a collection of six books of short stories published by Pons Idiomas. In each of the books we find two short stories by the best Anglo-Saxon writers. The collection has been designed for readers who wish to begin reading unabridged versions and each short story includes an extensive glossary on each page.
The stories are grouped by thematic and stylistic criteria. Thus, Defender of the Faith, by Philip Roth and The Courter, by Salman Rushdie, deal with conflicts caused by cultural and religious misunderstandings. The stories of Alice Munro and Margaret Atwood, both Canadians, share points of view and narrative style, like those of Toni Morrison and Doris Lessing, two Nobel laureates who have made the status of women the heart of their narrative. Roald Dahl and Edith Wharton provide the most ironic stories in the collection and James Baldwin and Jack London, the most brutal. Finally, F. Scott Fitzgerald and John Cheever delight us with two of the best and most popular short stories.
Those who want to practice listening, or just listen to the text while they read,only need to sit, relax and pay attention to a native speaker, since each book includes a CD with the audio version of the short stories.
ROBANDO ROSAS, BROOKLYN FOLLIES, EL MONSTRUO DEL LAGO SOLEDAD, E CELSO FERNÁNDEZ SANMARTÍN, NOVOS ARTIGOS EN BIBLIOCHIVITE
Aquí tes o artigo sobre Celso Fdez. Sanmartín.
Este é o artigo sobre o incrible blog Robando rosas.
Aquí accederas ó artigo sobre Brooklyn Follies.
Fai click aquí para acceder ó artigo correspondente a El monstruo del lago soledad.
Bon’s tips is the name of an excellent web designed by an English teacher from Zaragoza which provides us with loads of useful activities, games and links for ESO and Bachillerato. Visit it!!!!!
In FOCUSENGLISH.COM, they focus on idiomatic and everyday expressions to help learners deal with daily conversational situations. Plenty of dialogues are provided, accompanied with carefully designed exercises. Learners should follow the recommended steps and practice at their own pace.
Quizzes, tests, exercises and puzzles to help you learn English as a Second Language (ESL). CLICK HERE.
This project of The Internet TESL Journal (iteslj.org) has thousands of contributions by many teachers.
Amazing web created by the teacher from Logroño Pedro Felipe de la Iglesia Diéguez. This web has been awarded by the Consejería de Educación y Cultura from La Rioja. Theory, word banks, exercises, links, guides.... If you are studying English (especially if you are a 3rd-4th year ESO student) and you want to improve your pronunciation, this is your web.
Por el placer de volver a verla, Bordados, La comarca de Monterrei en el Antiguo Régimen, Exposición na Casa do Escudo e Concurso "Quen é?", novos artigos en bibliochivite
Fai click aquí para acceder ó artigo correspondente a Por el placer de volver a verla en bibliochivite.
Artigo sobre Bordados.
Click aquí para o artigo sobre La comarca de Monterrei en el Antiguo Régimen.
Aquí artigo sobre a exposición na que participaron alumnos que veñen ó club de lectura.
Fai click aquí para acceder ó artigo sobre o concurso "Quen é?".
The English Club dictations come in three different levels. You should try the short dictations first and work your way up. You can listen to the dictations as many times as you need to.
SHORT DICTATIONS: Very brief recordings, of one or two lines, for beginners.
MEDIUM DICTATIONS: Mid-length recordings of one or two sentences for intermediate learners.
LONG DICTATIONS: Longer recordings of a full paragraph or more for high-intermediate or advanced learners.