Monday, 1 November 2010

It's not necessarily the amount of time you spend at practice that counts; it's what you put into the practice.

(Eric Lindros)

We must continue to focus on how to write an essay and not forget to include some tense revision. You should also remember that the more you read, the better you will write. Listen to these short stories on the radio. Excellent material, highly recommended!

5 comments:

Cristina R C said...

Great videos! And so are most of those suggested in the right column on youtube! Thanks a lot :)

MARÍA JOSÉ said...

Very useful videos about ours tasks. And I,ve listened a really nice "short story". It,s a monologue by Sandy, a woman who is HIV positive.It,s out of this world.

Mª Ángeles Lobatón said...

I thought the adverb should be after the auxiliary verb will in the sentence:

By the time the ski season finishes next April, I will have probably skied 50 times.

I would have writen:

By the time the ski season finishes next April, I will probably have skied 50 times.

gracia said...

Hi! Mariangeles, I agree with you. I think that the adverb should be after the auxiliary verb in the sentence.

nina said...

The two are possible. You are right, however, in your inclination for the position of the adverb after the first auxiliary verb as this is the most common position. Well done both of you!