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(Thank you, Cristina!!!!)
Other hilarious translations (from Chinese into English) HERE.
(Thank you, Mª José!!!)
We live in Monterrei Valley (Ourense), an area where wine growing is one of the most important sources of economic wealth. Different activities (initiated by the team of teachers responsible for the school library) related to the "world of wine" have been carried out with several groups of students. My group 1st ESO B have drawn and read the fable The Fox and the Grapes, and learnt vocabulary related to wine, as you can see in the video above.
Thank you Cristina!!!!
MOONDOGS BLUES PARTY - AN AMAZING GALICIAN BAND.
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On top, the clip The Devil is on the Roof, from their CD Thirty Roads.
"The Funeral" is the first single taken from Band of Horses’ debut album Everything All the Time, which was released on March 21, 2006. The song was released as a radio and video single in May 2006 in the US.
The story in the music video for "The Funeral" is open to interpretation. On the surface it tells the story of a man whose dog has died. The black dog may symbolise depression. Saddened by his loss, the man drowns his sorrows in alcohol. He then drives under the influence and the end of the video suggests he crashes head-on into a delivery truck. Based on the style of cars in the video and the elevated railroad, it may be set in the 1970s and possibly in Chicago, as one scene shows a sign for the Galway Bay Bar, an Irish pub located in the Lincoln Park neighbourhood.
FameLab is an exciting competition to find the new voices of science and engineering across the world.
FameLab was started in 2005 in the UK by Cheltenham Science Festival and has quickly become established as a model for successfully identifying, training and mentoring scientists and engineers to share their enthusiasm for their subjects with the public. Working in partnership with the British Council this global competition has already seen more than 5000 young scientists and engineers participating in over 23 different countries from Hong Kong to South Africa, USA to Egypt.