Yes, yes, it is not a mistake. I said 'hangry'. It is the combination of being hungry and feeling angry because of that. Might this be the cause of the behaviour of some of our students, especially those in 2º ESO B????
Here's a listening exercise to do about the issue: HANGRY: Are you angry when you are hungry? (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
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Activities for my 2º ESO students: Watch the following video and write sentences with the two words.
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Revision for SELECTIVITY. Some exercises connected with the section USE OF ENGLISH.
Solutions to the exercises in the previous post:1. routine (Twenty-eight monks live at Mepkin Abbey, following the same routine established in France 900 years ago: praying, reading the Bible, and working.) 2. quietly 3. Peace and joy are found at the monastery by visitors. 4. Lindsay is the eldest child, so she has to look after the other children.
5. on 6. How much did the dictionary cost ten years ago? 7. , they can also visit the museum.
8. peacefully (Example: “Eva died peacefully in her sleep,” a spokesperson at the home said.)
9. spokesperson, spokesman 10. The director said they were very privileged to have nursed her.
11. She lived for a long time since she had a whisky everyday. 12. Old people live in nursing homes 13. How old is she said to be? 14. he would have celebrated her 120th birthday.
15. brightness , reporter 16. The UFO enthusiast explained he had never known anything like it. // The butcher exclaimed that he couldn't get those pies anywhere else in the universe.
17. into 18. How long have people been seeing strange objects in the sky?
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