martes, mayo 11, 2010

Writing in English, hard homework?

It all started when I told my teacher about my writing. Usually, when she sends gives us a homework, I try not to have any mistakes, but that never happens because, i still have a lot of failures.I's difficult to write perfectly.
Today starts my new section that I'll call "Blog Homework". I need to improve my English, so I'll try to write as much as possible.

I have a test on Thrusday and I said to myself something like: "Maybe, it would could be interesting for my classmates and myself to review the Units to for the next test".

First, we learninged about abilities and talents.I remember that we read about kinds of intelligences, it's mean people have more skills and talents for to do somethigs one thing than others. In this unit, Julie taught us a new vocabulary like for example:
- Green thumb: a person has an ability to makes grow things about in a garden.
- Sporty: a person that who likes sports and does that very good plays them very well.
- Sociable: a person looks like "me".
- Intellect, intelligente, strict, wild, attention, etc.

Also, we saw studied the best way to make ask questions and ask for language help:
- What do you call/mean.....?
- What does ___mean? It's means
- How do you say....?
- "#$%&...: What's that?

JulieTIPS: When you ask HOW you use SAY, When you ask WHAT you use CALL or MEAN.

Then we learned about how do you say to say "Gonna" and "Going to". Also differences between "be+going to" and present continuous, and when to use "Will" (Unplanned decision), "be+going to" (Plan) or both (predictions).

JulieTIPS: Also you can use present continuous (near future), but be careful only to use "going to", you cannot.

The teacher give gave us some useful phrases to describe and to compare things:
- Looks like a...(always for noun)
- Look....(always for adjetive)
- It is.. or it has..
- It's shaped like a....

We met learned many new words to describe sizes and dimensions, for example:
Tall, high, short, wide, deep, long, shallow, big, tiny, huge, enormous, gigantic, minute, large, etc.

After that, or maybe before, i don't remember, but also goes to it's also on the test (for sure)we saw learned, superlative adjectives: when you add "est" and when you use "the most". I won't explain this point because could be worse it might be bad NEXT!

In the Unit 15, we saw articles A, AN and THE. Julie said us that it's one of the most difficult to learn because you need a long time to learn it very well. I agree with her so i'll skip to the next point.

In the last one Unit we learned something that we always use when we want to say that we're agree or make the same that other share something with another person. You can use these expressions:
- So do I, or too (for + similirities)
- Neither, Either (for - similirities)

We studied First and Zero Conditional, were that we saw yesterday and today, and i can explain buuuuut i need to do my homework. I'll have serious problems with my teacher if i don't do it.

I hope I don't have many mistakes this time.

P.D: Julie i'll miss you! I hope that in a few moths you could will be proud of mye. Thanks!

1 comentario:

Genaro Vasquez dijo...

Voila! Glad to see your advance in English. Keep it up, you'll get far!!! Beyond imagination!!