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TRABAJOS Y EJEMPLOS DE COMO ESCRIBIR EN INGLES CON SUS VERBOS

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martes 29 de abril de 2008

Example of a Essay
The thick, burnt scent of roased coffees tickled the tip of my nose just seconds bofore the old, faithful alarm blared a distorted top-forty through its tiny top speaker. Wiping away the grit of last night's sleep, the starch white sunlight blinded me momentarily as I crawled out of the comforter, edging awkwardly like a butterfly from a cocoon, swinging my legs over the side of the bed. The dusty pebbles on the chilled, wood floor sent ripples spiraling from my ankles to the nape of my neck when my feet hit the floor. Grabbing the apricot, terri-cloth robe, recently bathed in fabric softener and October wind, that I knotted it tightly at my waist like a prestigious coat of armor and headed downstairs to battle the morning.
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jueves 10 de abril de 2008

Verb Tense Exercise 11
http://www.englishpage.com/irregularverbs/irregular_verb_flashcards.html
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EXERCISES AND RELATED TOPICS
EXERCISES AND RELATED TOPICSVerb Tense Exercise 3 Simple Past and Past ContinuousVerb Tense Exercise 4 Simple Past and Past ContinuousVerb Tense Exercise 16 Present and Past Tenses with Non-Continuous VerbsVerb Tense Exercise 17 Present and Past Tense ReviewVerb Tense Practice Test Cumulative Verb Tense ReviewVerb Tense Final Test Cumulative Verb Tense Review
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Past Continuous
Past ContinuousFORM[was/were + present participle]Examples:You were studying when she called.Were you studying when she called?You were not studying when she called.Complete List of Past Continuous Forms
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Simple Present
http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/simplepresent.htmlExamples:You speak English. Do you speak English? You do not speak English. Complete List of Simple Present Forms
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miércoles 9 de abril de 2008

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Conventions of Descriptive Essays Illustrated by Sample Paragraphs
* Appealing-to-the-Senses Descrition: Let the reader see, smell, hear, taste, and feel what you write in your essay.Example of a descriptive Essay:The thick, burnt scent of roased coffees tickled the tip of my nose just seconds bofore the old, faithful alarm blared a distorted top-forty through its tiny top speaker. Wiping away the grit of last night's sleep, the starch white sunlight blinded me momentarily as I crawled out of the comforter, edging awkwardly like a butterfly from a cocoon, swinging my legs over the side of the bed. The dusty pebbles on the chilled, wood floor sent ripples spiraling from my ankles to the nape of my neck when my feet hit the floor. Grabbing the apricot, terri-cloth robe, recently bathed in fabric softener and October wind, that I knotted it tightly at my waist like a prestigious coat of armor and headed downstairs to battle the morning.

Things to Consider as You Write Your Descriptive Essay
1) Think of an instance that you want to describe.2) Why is this paticular instance important?3) What were you doing?4) What other things were happening around you? Is there anything specific that stands out in your mind?5) Where were objects located in relation to where you were?6) How did the sorroundings remind you of other places you have been?7) What sights. smells, sounds, and tastes remind you anything?8) What were you feeling at that time?9) Has there been an instance in which you have felt this way before?10) What do you want the reader to feel after reading the essay?11) What types of words and images can convey this feeling?12) Can you think of another situation that was similar to the one you are writing about? How can it help explain what you are writing about?13) Is there enough detail in your essay to creat a mental image to the reader?