Se muestran los artículos pertenecientes a Febrero de 2011.
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Fai click aquí para ir ó artigo "Grazas, David".
Aquí accederás ó artigo "Nach Scratch no club de lectura".
Aquí a "Homenaxe de Carlos Negro a Memorias dun neno labrego no seu 50 aniversario".
Aquí a "Concurso Adiviña quen é - Fucsia, talladas...".
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Fai click aquí para ir ó artigo sobre "La noche estrellada".
Aquí para ir ó artigo sobre a presentación de "Abelcebú", de Carlos Negro.
Aquí para ir ó artigo "Obras de Shaun Tan no club de lectura".
This is the first documentary BBC Human Planet has broadcast this season. What a risky job!!! Daredevil Galician barnacle-collectors defy death on the rocks for a catch worth 200 pounds per kilo.
The Lost Thing is an amazing picture book by the wonderful artist Shaun Tan which has recently become a beautiful short film (click here as well). Have you ever felt as if you were some kind of weirdo? If your answer is "yes", it won’t be hard for you to understand what the short film above is about. Enjoy it!!!!!!
Both … and
Subjects connected by ’both … and’ take the a plural conjugation.
Both Alice and Janice attended USC.
Both Jim and Peter are attending the conference in New York this weekend.
Either … or
’Either … or’ is used in sentences in a positive sense meaning "one or the other, this or that, he or she, etc." Verb conjugation depends on the subject (singular or plural) closest to the conjugated verb.
Either Peter or the girls need to attend the course. (second subject plural)
Either Jane or Matt is going to visit next weekend. (second subject singular)
Neither … nor
’Neither … nor’ is used in sentences in a negative sense meaning "not this one nor the other, not this nor that, not he nor she, etc.". Verb conjugation depends on the subject (singular or plural) closest to the conjugated verb.
Neither Frank nor Lilly lives in Eugene. (second subject singular)
Neither Axel nor my other friends care about their future. (second subject plural)
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