Wednesday, January 14, 2015

NI 1 CD 1 final 10 tracks

Dear NI 1 Students

I hope you are making the most of these CDs that Rafa kindly prepares for you. Each track will help you improve your listening skills.


Here are the final 10 tracks from CD 1



20. 1.COLLEGE 2.10AM TO 6PM 3.CRAFT WORKSHOP 4.HORSE RIDES 5.TOOLS 6.STUDENT´S CAFÉ 7. £10

21. 1A, 2B, 3B, 4A 5B 6A

22. 1C 2C 3B AB 5C 6C

23. 1.LEAVES 2.COOK 3.PLASTIC BAG 4.STONE 5.SUNNY 6.WEEKS

24. 1B 2A 3B 4A 5B 6A

25. 1B 2C 3A 4C 5C 6A

26. 1.125 2.COOK 3.VIDEO 4.(OUR) CHEFS 5.1868 6.(SCOTTISH) FOOD

27. 1A 2B 3A 4B 5B 6A

28. 1C 2A 3B 4C 5B 6A

29.1. 5 DAYS 2. FOUR 3. EACH FLOOR 4.OPERA 5.DINNER 6.WEDNESDAY, 10th AUGUST

30. 1A 2B 3A 4B 5B 6B

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Life of Pi



The EOI Santa Brigida, in its regular film club series, will present

The Life of Pi 

at our centre on 
Thursday afternoon, January 15 at 5 pm. 

The film,directed by Ang Lee, is based on the novel by Yann Martel and highly recommended for all our students.

Monday, January 12, 2015

NA1 CD2 first five tracks

To NA1 students, 
Here are the answers to the first five tracks of CD 2:



NA1 CD2  Key
  
1.
1B   2A   3A   4C   5B   6B   7C   8C
2.
1 two years  2 five years  3 advertising agency  4 active                   5 education  6 close links 
7  shopping malls  8 exhausting  9 the future  10 June
3.
1A  2E  3F  4B  5C
4. 
1T  2F  3F  4T  5F  6F  7T
5.
1 A  2 C  3 C  4 B  5 A  6 B  7 B  8 A

I hope this work help you improve your listening skills.

David 

Friday, January 9, 2015

NI 1 Homework for Monday /Tuesday (all three groups)

Dear Students

All my NI1 students should have CD2 which we will start next week. 

We will also finish Unit 2 and begin Unit 3. 

Best wishes for 2015,

David Shea

Friday, January 2, 2015

Readers for NI 1 and NA 1 students

Regarding the Readers for NI 1 (A Matter of Chance by David A Hill) and NA 1 (A Love for Life by Penny Hancock), we have not been able to contact the Cambridge representative for the Canary Islands so the books will not be available until after the Christmas holidays. Sorry for the inconvenience. If you do not have the book, do not worry. We will set another date for the final exam for February or March. 

Best wishes from David

Happy New Year

To all my EOI students, 

Happy New Year!

May 2015 bring you much 
joy and contentment!

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Spooky Narrative!!



Under My Bed by Gabriel NA 1
                Sometimes I've been asked, what are you afraid of? Spiders? Ghosts? Spooky skeletons? "Bah! Humbug!" I say "There is NOTHING that could possibly scare me!" But every time I say that I feel really uncomfortable and try to talk about other things. No one could possibly imagine what happens under my bed, no one would believe what happens down there!
                Since a few years ago, every 30th October I hear strange noises and if something falls under there it disappears. One 30th October, an important document  fell under my bed. "Oh, no!" I yelled "I need that paper, I have to get it back from d... down there..." For a moment I thought not to do it, but I had no choice. I took a long breath and ducked to fetch it . It was completely in shreds with claw marks everywhere , "I'm done being a coward" I stammered "I'm going to see what's wrong here!"
Once again I took another long breath but this time my body didn't respond, I couldn't move! After a few minutes frozen I realized that there couldn't be anything supernatural. I ducked with a torch and pointed to something that was moving, that thing tried to jump at me but I suddenly jumped.
                "It was the neighbors' cat all along! But how could it be?  And why did it come the same day year after year!?" In anger, I went to talk with them as soon as possible, I knocked on their door and I told them what happened. They said their cat died 5 years ago and that was impossible.
                The next day I decided to clean my room, especially under my bed. There were a lot of dust and some spiders, but more interesting than that... a box! On one side of the box it was written -Here lies Mr. Whiskers, a nice and lovely cat that unfortunately couldn't resist curiosity- inside the box there were the bones of the poor cat and a note which said "not even death will stop a cat from being a cat."
It was 5 years ago, one dark night, on the same date, the 30th of October, I was driving home when I hit something on the road, it was raining a lot so I thought it was a rock or something. But it was their cat and every year the day of his death he came back to life to scare me and ruin my night. The only thing I cannot answer is...  why under my bed!?









Wednesday, October 29, 2014

NA1 CD1 Answer Key for Tracks 1 - 6


Track  1.   1  C   2  B   3  B   4  A   5  A   6  B   7  A   8  C
Track   2.
1   over / more than 150   2  information assistant   3  a (small) town   4   was asleep / sleeping   5   luggage / clothes    6   Travel Care   7   Terminal Duty Team
8   check-in area   9   Passenger Services   10   flight delays
Track   3.
1  E   2  A   3  D   4  F   5  B
Track   4.
1  B   2  B   3  B   4  A   5  A   6  C   7  A
Track  5.
1  B   2  A   3  C   4  A   5  B   6  B   7  C   8  B
Track   6.
1   up to / no more than 4 minutes   2  special nature   3  (a) separate microphone
4  (the) best interview   5  issues   6  (any) equipment   7  (a) special project(s)
8  Our Society Today   9  clearly labelled   10  for collection


If I could be somebody else for a day I would like to be Jane Goodall… (Silvia NA 1)


Jane Goodall is one of the world's most important environmental activists and a noted humanitarian, primatologist and UN messenger of peace.

Her fascination with animal behaviour began in early childhood, she spent her spare time watching birds and animals and making notes and sketches - something I also did on our roof terrace when I was 10. She dreamed of travelling to Africa and at the age of 26, Jane ventured to Tanzania from London with nothing more than a notebook and binoculars. Thus she set off to study the world of wild chimpanzees with the patience and optimism that would characterize her.

Many of her studies of chimpanzee behaviour have been successful despite the fact that she had no formal scientific education and lacked even any degree – she saw chimpanzees making a tool of tree bark to dig out termites. This was an important discovery because at the time, it was assumed only humans made tools. 

She has been concerned about environmental damage and, for this reason, campaigned for many causes. These problems are so serious that she has travelled all over the world encouraging people to do what they can to create a better world.
She is a fascinating woman, the type of person I have always admired: brave, good-tempered and involved in all types of worthy causes.