To begin with, I admit that the name of this post is a play on words with an idea I had
originally in mind and a hint from one of my students in level of 4º ESO
(Natalia López) and a lucky misunderstanding.
Anyway, as I have just said, the idea to talk about this historical event came to my mind while listening to this part of the soundtrack of the film: "They died with their boots on" by chance:
This is a film I saw when I was a young boy and it is about the battle of Little Bighorn and General Custer. Here are some very interesting documentaries about what is said in the film and believed for a long time and the real story.
>> The real battle of the Little Bighorn
The Battle at Little Bighorn | History >>>
>>> Custer's Last Stand | The Wild West | BBC Documentary
Anyway, let's go back to our routines and here are some exercises for you to do:
English with Lucy still teaching us how to REWRITE or SAY DO NOT SAY 'I think...' - say THIS instead - 21 more advanced alternative phrases
News Review >> New China virus spreads (BBC Learning English)
Here's a quizz to revise the PASSIVE VOICE.
English in a Minute: The future in the past - right now (BBC Learning English)
Stories for Children >>> Best job in the world (BBC Learning English)
And here I present you an incredible story about swans!!!
- Episode 200122 / 22 January 2020 >>> The swans that knock on your door! : The hungry swans - Language related to 'interpersonal relationships'. Need-to-know language: irresistible, familiar, nuisance & bother.