Hey guys! you have worked so hard. Here you have the results of your efforts to learn and love English.
I would like to thank all the teachers who have helped to prepare this super project: Miss Monica, Miss Natalie, Marina, Jose! you rock!
And Here you have the video…
After Thursday 22 June 17 there will be no service
among PINK, RED and GREEN lines
- due to SUMMER HOLIDAY.
During the fashion show models walk down the catwalk wearing different clothing.
We practice the structure:
– What are you wearing?
– I’m wearing…
It’s been fun!
Visit this site and enjoy baking you own Gingerbreads!!!!!
The group class of 5è B tried to bake a happy one… but it’s quite sad, isn’t it?
We need to practise!
Words change over time—their meaning, their usage, and even their spelling. Take Christmas and its shortened version, Xmas, for example. We see Xmas written nearly everywhere, from holiday advertisements to Christmas cards. The word Christmas comes from the combination of the words ‘Christ’ and ‘mass.’ But where did the X in Xmas come from, and what does it mean?
In the Greek alphabet, X is the symbol for the letter ‘chi.’ Chi (or X) is the first letter in the Greek word for Christ. In the early days of the Christian church, Christians used the letter X as a secret symbol to indicate their membership in the church to others.
If you know the Greek meaning of X, Xmas and Christmas essentially mean the same thing: Christ + mas = Christmas.