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!Mira que luna! Look at that moon! Resources for learning English

!Mira que luna! Look at that moon! Resources for learning English
Fernando Olivera: El rapto.- TEXT FROM THE NOVEL The goldfinch by Donna Tartt (...) One night we were in San Antonio, and I was having a bit of a melt-down, wanting my own room, you know, my dog, my own bed, and Daddy lifted me up on the fairgrounds and told me to look at the moon. When "you feel homesick", he said, just look up. Because the moon is the same wherever you go". So after he died, and I had to go to Aunt Bess -I mean, even now, in the city, when I see a full moon, it's like he's telling me not to look back or feel sad about things, that home is wherever I am. She kissed me on the nose. Or where you are, puppy. The center of my earth is you". The goldfinch Donna Tartt 4441 English edition

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Filmenglish symetrie

Learning English with FILMENGLISH: SYMETRIE (Learning English through films)

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According to the author of Filmenglish "This lesson is based on 2 short  films which both reflect the concept of symmetry. The first film Symmetry by Everynone, is a fascinating split-screen short film which explores the poetic parallels and contrasts of our world — birth and death, heart and brain, darkness and light, masculinity and femininity. The second film Split Screen: A Love Story by James W. Griffiths which was shot with a Nokia mobile phone has a simple premise: two lovers wake up in different cities (New York and Paris) and set off on parallel journeys to meet each other. The lesson practises speaking, writing and vocabulary".


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