Let's deal today with the issue of mental health. Here's an interesting article by therapist Marie Miguel for you to read:
This therapist is working on a free mental health project focused on educating people as part of a programme developed by Betterhelp. I highly recommend you to have a look at this page, especially the advice section, as it has relevant vocabulary related to the issue which may useful for our Selectivity exam.
Activities for my 2º ESO students: You can have a look at my post popular post Is Internet addiction really a problem???? and answer these questions:Do you email or message people in another country?
Have you got a personal blog or a personal webpage?
Do you ever chat with strangers on the internet?
Do you play games with people online?
How many hours do you spend surfing the internet?
And here's a really interesting video for you to watch about SO, TOO, REALLY & VERY >>>
And now an article about volcanoes (the Lingohack section also deals with the topic) >>>>
Solutions to the exercises in the previous post:67. 1. People will not probably need food .... 2. The submarine took the men to Manila.
I am still writing. You could hear strange sounds in the still of the night. Stay still till I tell you so.
2. According to certain people, may parents would prefer that their children had less homework. (fewer exercises to do)
- Episode 171129 / 29 November 2017 >>> Monitoring a deadly volcano - Language related to 'volcanoes'. Need-to-know language: towers above, active, peak, eruption, lava.