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I promise that you'll never find another like...
Me-eh-eh, ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
I'm the only one of me
Baby, that's the fun of me
Eh-eh-eh, ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
You're the only one of you
Baby, that's the fun of you
And I promise
that nobody's gonna love you like me-eh-eh I know…

Mr Sun Mr golden sun

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Oh, Mr. Sun, Sun, Mr. Golden Sun, Please shine down on me.
Hiding behind a tree Oh Mr. Sun, Sun, Mr. Golden Sun, To please come out so we can play with you. These little children are asking you
Oh Mr. Sun, Sun, Mr. Golden Sun, Please shine down on me Please shine down on, please shine down on,

4th EXAM: 11th APRIL

Hi children!!!
On Thursday, we have the exam. It is a review from the previous ones, but we have NEW CONTENTS: HOBBIES and "PRESENT SIMPLE":
-1st: NUMBERS
-2nd: DAYS OF THE WEEK
REMEMBER: days of the week in English starts on SUNDAY.
-3rd: MONTHS OF THE YEAR
-4th:THE TIME
 REMEMBER: in English, when you write the time, it starts with "IT'S..." and the written order is: MINUTES and then HOURS.

09:45: It's quarter to ten. 10:00: It's ten o'clock. 10:15: It's quarter past ten. 10:30: It's half past ten.

-5th: VOCABULARY: HOBBIES

-6th: GRAMMAR: There is/isn't - There are/aren't

-Hay una comisaría en mi ciudad. There is a police station in my town.
Si la palabra de la que tenemos que hablar empieza por vocal, usamos AN: -Hay una manzana en mi mesa. -There is an apple in my table.
-Hay tres parques en mi ciudad. There are three parks in my town.
Si no sabemos cuantos hay exactamente, pero sabemos que son varios, usamos SOME:
-Hay colegios en mi ciudad. There are…

5th EXAM: 12th APRIL

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Hi kids!
We have theexam this Friday. Remember to study:
-1st: NUMBERS
-2nd: VOCABULARY: Fruits and vegetables


-3rd: REVIEW: GRAMMAR STRUCTURE: Present Continuous  and Present Simpe

THE NEW:

GRAMMAR: THERE IS/THERE ARE


SINGULAR: + There is a/an ...  (a- when the following word starts with a consonant/ an- when the following word starts with a vowel)
- There isn't a/an ...
? Is there a/an ...?
Examples:
There is a pineapple.There is an avocado.
There isn't a pineapple. There isn't an avocado.
Is there a pineapple?   Is there an avocado?
PLURAL: + There are some ...
- There aren't any ...
? Are there any ...? Examples:
There are some pineapples.There are three avocados.
There aren't any pineapples. There aren't any avocados.
Are there any pineapples?   Are there any avocados?
REMEMBER: If you have an uncountable word, the sentence is always in SINGULAR. Uncountable words are words that you can't count.There is some water.
There isn't any water. 
Is there any water?    If you w…

3rd EXAM: 11th APRIL

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Hi!!
On Thursday, we have the exam. It is a review of the contents we have learnt for the previous exam. You have to study:

-1st: NUMBERS:



-2nd: DAYS OF THE WEEK
REMEMBER: days of the week in English starts on SUNDAY.

-3rd: MONTHS OF THE YEAR


-4th: GRAMMAR CONTENT: THERE IS/THERE ARE


Usamos "THERE IS"cuando decimos que hay sólo de una cosa.Por ejemplo: Hay un armario en la cocina.  THERE IS a cupboard in the kitchen. Usamos "THERE ARE" cuando decimos que hay más de una cosa.Por ejemplo:
Hay toallas en el baño.  THERE ARE towels in the bathroom. Hay dos toallas en el baño. THERE ARE two towels in the bathroom.
Para decir que no hay pondremos "THERE ISN'T" o "THERE AREN'T".
-5th:GRAMMAR CONTENT: PLACE PREPOSITIONS



-6th:VOCABULARY: HOUSE AND FURNITURE


6th EXAM: 12th APRIL

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Hello!
We have our last exam on Friday. It is a review of the previous exams.
-1st: NUMBERS (1-9,999); ORDINAL AND CARDINAL
-2nd: VOCABULARY
-3rd: GRAMMAR STRUCTURES: PAST SIMPLE
REMEMBER: In each sentence, only can be one yellow card.
How to form the Past Tense in English The main rule is that for every verb in English, there is only one form of it in the past tense.
(The exception is the Past tense of To Be, which has two forms: was and were) For example: The past tense of the verb want is wanted. Wanted is used as the past tense for all subjects/pronouns. I wantedYou wantedHe wantedShe wantedIt wantedWe wantedThey wantedPast Tense Regular Verbs To change a regular verb into its past tense form, we normally add –ED to the end of the verb. play – playedcook – cookedrain – rainedwait – waitedExamples of sentences using regular verbs in the past tense Last night I played my guitar loudly and the neighbors complained.She kissed me on the cheek.It rained yesterday.Angela watched TV all night.John 

5th EXAM: 15th MARCH

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Hi kids!
On Friday, we have the last exam. It is a review but we have some new contents. Remember to study:
-1st: NUMBERS
-2nd: VOCABULARY: Sports


-3rd: REVIEW: GRAMMAR STRUCTURE: Present Continuous  and Present Simpe

THE NEW:

GRAMMAR: COMPARATIVES

One-syllable Adjectives To form the comparative, we add -er to the end of the adjective.
AdjectiveComparative
smallsmaller
coldcolder
lightlighter
wide *wider
hot **hotter

* When an adjective ends in the letter E, we just add the -R (for comparatives) or -ST (for superlatives). We do not write two Es together. Wider (correct) not wideer (incorrect). London is bigger than Santiago.Mike is taller than John.I want a faster car. Notice how comparatives are often followed by than when comparing two things or people.
Two-syllable Adjectives ending in -Y To form the comparative, we remove the -y and add -ier to the end of the adjective. AdjectiveComparative
crazycrazier
happyhappier
earlyearlier
My joke was funnier than your one.This section is easier than the rest…

4th EXAM: 14th MARCH

Hi children!!!
This week, on Thursday 14th, we have the last exam for this term. It is a review from the previous ones, but we have NEW CONTENTS: JOBS and "PRESENT SIMPLE":
-1st: NUMBERS
-2nd: DAYS OF THE WEEK
REMEMBER: days of the week in English starts on SUNDAY.
-3rd: MONTHS OF THE YEAR
-4th:THE TIME
 REMEMBER: in English, when you write the time, it starts with "IT'S..." and the written order is: MINUTES and then HOURS.

09:45: It's quarter to ten. 10:00: It's ten o'clock. 10:15: It's quarter past ten. 10:30: It's half past ten.

-5th: VOCABULARY: City Places

-6th: GRAMMAR: There is/isn't - There are/aren't

-Hay una comisaría en mi ciudad. There is a police station in my town.
Si la palabra de la que tenemos que hablar empieza por vocal, usamos AN: -Hay una manzana en mi mesa. -There is an apple in my table.
-Hay tres parques en mi ciudad. There are three parks in my town.
Si no sabemos cuantos hay exactamente, pero sabemos que son varios, usamos SOME:

3rd EXAM: 14 th MARCH

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Hello everybody!! This Thursday 14th , we have our last exam this term. It is a review of the contents we have learnt for the previous exams.
You have to study:
-1st: NUMBERS

-2nd: COLOURS
-3rd: DAYS OF THE WEEK REMEMBER: days of the week in English starts on SUNDAY.

-4th: MONTHS OF THE YEAR


THE NEW:

-ANIMAL BODY PARTS VOCABULARY AND ADJECTIVES:

Whiskers: bigotes 
Paws: patas
Shell: caparazón
Claws: garras
Beak: pico
Feathers: plumas
Wings: alas
Scales: escamas
Fins: aletas
Tail: cola



-GRAMMAR: HAVE GOT (tener) AND TO BE (ser/estar)

TO HAVE GOT (tener) I have got                      I haven't got                     Have I got...? You have got                You haven't got                Have you got...? He/She/It has got          He/She/It hasn't got         Has He/She/It got? We have got                 We haven't got                  Have we got...? You have got                You haven't got                Have you got...? They have got              They haven't got               H…