Thanksgiving is one of the most popular holidays in the United States of America. Thanksgiving Day is the fourth Thursday in November. Today, families celebrate Thanksgiving by eating turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, yams, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie, and say thanks for all they have.
I'm thankful for my family and my friends and for my students whom I love working with!
Remember in our school we have the Easter Wiki Project.
You can participate by writing about Easter in Hellin or in any other Spanish town.
If you know a lot about Easter write about it.
If not, you can also talk about your own experience, about how you live Easter time.
You can include pictures, videos or you can even record a message.
Come on, enter the site and read your classmates messages and include your own.
You can use the following English vocabulary for the wiki.
Rob and Cath talk about an ingenious invention which is bringing a bit of brightness into the lives of the poorest people in the Philippines. Listen to the conversation and explain what this invention is by writing a comment.
Congratulations students from Hellin. You have a new project: Hello Europe!
You can join our language assistant Kara Simmons in her speaking classes
on Fridays at 5pm in Centro Joven. They're free!
So, there's no excuse! Meet new people and practise English at the same time!