viernes, 1 de abril de 2011


one hundred dollars  (100$)
One thousand nine hundred (1,900$)
seventy - four dollars (74$)
Two hundred fifty (250$)



pink blouse

blue Jeans,red boots, black sweater,
gray jacket and black reloj

purple skirt, black sweater and gray jacket

black dress and black heels
Brown earrings

brown glasses

lunes, 7 de marzo de 2011


I live in a apartament. I live in Villa Delicias. Apartament 6D. In my apartament, there are seven room, a kitchen, a living room, four bathroom, a laundry and batroom..

My friends gerardo viloria. He lives in Ciuidad Ojeda in the house. there are seven room, a living room, three bathroom,a bedroom, a kitchen and balcony


room                           living room
sitting room                  garage
kitchen                         basement
balcony                        bathroom
bedroom                      dining room
cellar                            attic
study                            toilet
door                             doorbell
letter box                      window
roof                              chimney


bed                                 bedside table
bedside lamp                  wardrobe
chest of drawers             drawers
mattress                         pillow
blanket                           sheet
duvet                              bedspread
alarm clock




1.Water Pollution

Use it sparingly. Don't let water run down the drain. You can fill the sink with some water to wash your fruit and vegetables and then use the same water to wash dishes. Adjust your sprinklers so they will only water grass and not the sidewalk. Use water efficient shower heads, dishwater, facets, and sprinklers. Drop your tissue in the trash instead of down the toilet. There are many ways to save and conserve water daily, it just takes a little bit of effort.

2.Clean Air For All

Clean air is vital to our health, so do your part in keeping the air clean. Most pollutants come from manufacturing, but there are some things you can do to help in your everyday activities. Choose pump sprays, not aerosol sprays, choose latex paints over oil-based paints, don't overfill your gas tank, and drive smart. Planting a tree is a great way to give back to the environment too!

3.Keep It Clean

One of the easiest things you can do is eliminate extra waste from your life. When you go grocery shopping do you reach for the food with major packaging? Do you buy something and toss out all the wrappings? Try purchasing second hand goods, or shopping at a farmers market for food. Bring your own reusable bag to the shop. Reuse and share products. Go Green!


We've all heard it. But can we all do it? YES! If you just put your mind to it. Many communities already have containers to separate and recycle paper, plastics, and glass. You can also recycle and reuse by sharing, or donating your clothes, old cars, electronics, magazines, etc.


All it takes it a second to think about if what you are doing to the environment is harmful. Be mindful of your actions and make choices that are environmentally friendly. Not only will you help protect the environment, you will feel great knowing you did your part for mother earth!

domingo, 20 de febrero de 2011


what do you do everyday?


1: Make up
2: Brush my teeth
3: Take a shower... get dressed
4: Have breakfast
5: Arrive to school
6: Have lunch
7: Read a book
8: Have dinner
9: Go to bed

I get up, go to bathroom, brush my teeth, take a shower, get dressed, eat breakfast and go to university .. came back to my residence and eat my lunch in the afternoon .. I talk to my friends .. I go to the movies with my friends .. and at night, I eat my dinner and go to sleep.

sábado, 5 de febrero de 2011

Celebrations international and nationals

Saint Patrick's Day in Ireland
On the 17th of March every year, Ireland celebrates a special day called Saint Patrick’s Day. Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland and brought Christianity to this country.

People in Ireland paint their faces and draw shamrocks or the Irish flag on their faces to look cool. They go to the parade and enjoy the day.
There are a lot of floats going through the streets with people on them playing Irish music and doing Irish dancing. There are bands playing music and clowns and acrobats in the parade too.

A lot of people from different countries come to Ireland to join in the celebrations and have a good time. Sometimes people come to Ireland for the first time just to see and go to the huge parade that people celebrate here. Lots of people dress up for the day at the parade or at home. Some dress as leprechauns. They wear colourful clothes and hats to look great.
In the evening people go to the pub to listen to Irish music and drink Guinness. There is also a huge firework display on the river which thousands of people go to watch.


Los Locos take over the town on December 28, where tradition is formed by several characters, one of them is "the mojiganga" who runs the 27th in the evening after 7 pm the different streets of the village, announcing the coming of Los Locos. Dressed in black coat and a hat hat, swinging awkwardly on a donkey, carrying in their clothing, invitations to the houses to be visited by Locos on the following day. 
On December 28 and the morning you hear the first rocket, and a bad figure dressed as a beggar, "El CORREO", who plays from door to door to houses where Mojiganga left the office the day before.On hearing the second rocket, the owners shut their doors trade for fear of the costumes, which look much as they can be. The third rocket, and the Locos are on the streets with their colorful costumes, the cone cují roots and its painted masks, sow terror among the small fry. 
The costumes have changed recently used at parties called 'Fantasies ", the reasons are many: animal, animals, characters and all sorts of shapes created by the imagination of the Watch, who are working on their costumes all year. 

Although the tradition has continued, many of the elements that make up have varied over the generations. Today Fools do not take anything from shops or the houses they visit, however, in the streets, families gather and prepare food and drinks to offer to the people dressed up dancing to the beat of drums accompanied by four an orchestra that engages the board of Los Santos Inocentes, body more than 50 years ago organized the centennial celebration with the award of the beautiful costumes and a party that lasted until the early hours of the morning of 29, ends as another edition of "Los Locos de La Vela"

My sister, dressed like "LOCA DE LA VELA" in last year carnival

domingo, 30 de enero de 2011

UNIT 8. Special Occasion

 Activity of myelt..

Mother 3/4 March fourth
Father 11/14 November fourteenth
Brother 10/11 October eleventh
Sister 10/9 October nineth
Sister 11/24 November twenty fourth

Day of Indigenous Resistance on october 12th

Feria of La Chinita on November 18th

Beginning of the Independence Movement on April 19th