27 nov. 2012

Sunny Side Up 2

Here are the answers to chapter 2.

Section A
  1. Fresh, crusty;
  2. Sharp-tongued, impervious, mercilessly;
  3. weathered, old, remote, fresh, creamy; 
  4. Plump, jet-black, golden
  5. treeless, abruptly, dry;
  6. Bustling, provincial
  7. 90-minute, winding, potholed, nearest;
  8. Quintessential
  9. young, striking
Section B
1.Off; 2. By; 3. Into; 4. Of, out, of, by, of; 5. Out; 6. On; 7. By; 8. At, in; 9. About, through;         10. On, for, to; 11. of

Section D
1.not be nearly as good as something (e.g. tomatoes)
2. a particular way of saying something or describing something

Sunny Side Up

Here are the answers for the vocab and grammar sections corresponding to the prologue.

Section A
1.       Little bullet-like
2.       Fine
3.       Basic back-to-nature
4.       Sloping and leaking
5.       Nerve-jangling
6.       Hectic outside
7.       Pale and jaded
8.       Decent. Precious
9.       Absolutely
10.   Exactly sparkling
11.   Rain-sodden
12.   Funny
13.   Outsize
14.   Costly
15.   Centuries-old beamed
16.   Gaudy floor-to-ceiling
17.   Flowery
18.   Headlong, modern, obsessive, material
19.   Age
20.   Shattered, broken, crushed
Section B
1.On, 2. Without, 3. By, 4. Out, 5. On, from; 6. Past, 7. To, 8. In, 9. Out, 10. Down, for; 11. To, 12. For, 13. Of, 14. From, 15. Out, about.
Section D
1.Man’s frills and follies. Frills: things that are not necessary but are added to make something more attractive or interesting. Follies: stupidity, the fact of doing something stupid, an activity or idea that shows a lack of judgement.
2.A spending spree. A short period of time that you spend doing one particular activity that you enjoy, but often too much of it.
3.To have little idea of something.  To not have a clear plan or thought about what to do in a particular situation.
4.Having knocked about the world a bit. Having travelled and lived in various places.
5.To know a thing or two. To know a lot about something from your own experience.

7 nov. 2012

Poppy on the 11th of November



Firstly, watch this VIDEOCLIP in silence, or sing along the famous song: FLANDERS FIELDS.
Then, click on REMEMBRANCE DAY to view info.
Finally, watch this clip with the The LAST POST.

4 nov. 2012

HALLOWEEEEEEEEN!



Click on HISTORY to view this quick presentation... or this one with MAP references.
Try this easy QUIZ to test your knowledge.
Have a laugh with these funny JOKES!
Listen to this scary SONG and dance with the groovy SKELETON!
Finally, here are some frightening RECIPES.