...of our students, most of whom are so dishonest and irresponsible? First, we've got all those students who haven't shown up in weeks and, then, we've got those who are not doing things in a fair way.
And what about the future of our society? Every evening when I go out to do some exercise I can see streets full of people with flocks of teenagers wandering about without any respect for the measures we have to follow to fight the Coronavirus. I can all see crowded bar terraces. Are they so necessary when schools are still closed for security measures?
We've got a big problem to solve until a vaccine against COVID-19 is found, tested and ready to use. Among other things that are affected, we've got the issue of live music. What's the future of concerts? Would this be the end of this kind of entertainments?
News Review >>>> Covid-19: The end for live music? (BBC Learning English)
6 signs that the future of work is here today (This article is originally posted on Gigster)
Good news for those taking B1 or B2 exams as freelance students at the Official Language Schools (EOI) >>>> I have just learned that if you fail the exams in Septemper or any part, there will be another possibility in October (this piece of news has been confirmed, although I haven't any document so far to show you, but I've been told that at the Official Language School).
Click here for further information about the Official Language School in Motril (EOI)
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE QUARANTINE
Thursday, 21st May
Homework for today:
Let's watch first two videos about the Simple Past of the verb TO BE & THERE WAS/WERE
Then do the exercises 6 to 9 on page 93 (Unit 7)
HOMEWORK for tomorrow and the weekend >>>
Let's revise first REPORTED SPEECH by watching some videos: The Grammar Gameshow & introduction (Anglo-Link lessons)
Do exercises 1-3 on page 96 (Unit 9).
REMEMBER THERE WILL BE NO POST IN THIS BLOG FOR YOU TOMORROW.
HOMEWORK FOR TODAY:
Keep finishing all the things you still have to hand in.
Start revising for the final exams >>>>
- Episode 200520 / 20 May 2020 >>> Fixing up old bikes for health workers (Recycling bikes for health workers) - Language related to 'repairing'. Need-to-know language: resurrected, second-hand, refurbished, breathing new life into sth & schemes.