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lunes, 30 de enero de 2017

 

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lunes, 16 de enero de 2017

 

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"If you are going to get anywhere in life you have to read a lot of books" Roald Dahl.

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He was one of the most popular children's authors around the world, publishing 21 children's books (as well as many adult stories) including the well-known Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, The Gremlins, James and the Giant Peach or The BFG.

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He was born in Cardiff (Wales) in 1916 and he died in Oxford (England) in 1990.
Last 13th September (Roald Dahl's birthday) has been declared "Roald Dahl Day", so this is a good excuse to re-read some of his wonderful stories or learn a little bit more about Roald Dahl at our school.

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Don't forget his beautiful and sensible words:
"I have a passion for teaching kids to become readers, to become comfortable with a book, not daunted. Books shouldn’t be daunting, they should be funny, exciting and wonderful; and learning to be a reader gives a terrific advantage".

*Note: If you want to know more about the author and his books, visit our English corner > Links > Biographies > Roald Dahl.
Enjoy yourself!!
 
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viernes, 13 de enero de 2017

 

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The President of the USA officially takes office on January 20 of the year after he is elected, so next Friday we'll attend the Presidential Inauguration.
That day at noon on the steps of the U.S. Capitol Building, the President-elect takes the Oath of Office repeating the Constitution words:
"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States".
Then, it is the President's turn to speak. This is the Inaugural Address.
Every elected President since George Washington has given an inaugural address.
In his second inaugural address, Washington gave the shortest, just 135 words. And the longest address was delivered by William Henry Harrison (8445 words), who spoke without a hat or coat in freezing weather and caught a cold that killed him one month later.
The Vice-president-elect also takes his or her oath of office, in the same ceremony, before the President does.
After the inauguration, both President and Vice-president travel in a parade down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C., from the Capitol Building to the White House.
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