Sunday, 28 September 2014

Sesame Street: Star S'Mores (Star Wars Parody)

A long time ago in a cookies and milky way galaxy far, far away...
Princess Parfaita was taken prisoner by the evil Galactic Empire and had to be saved by a group of unlikely heroes including the young Luke Piewalker, Flan Solo, and Chewie the Cookie.

Friday, 26 September 2014

European Day of Languages

Throughout Europe, 800 million Europeans represented in the Council of Europe's 47 member states are encouraged to learn more languages, at any age, in and out of school. Being convinced that linguistic diversity is a tool for achieving greater intercultural understanding and a key element in the rich cultural heritage of our continent, the Council of Europe promotes pluringualism in the whole of Europe.

European Day of Language Flyer
Self-evaluate your language skills

Thursday, 25 September 2014

How Big is Space?

If you want to know its size, you only have to scroll down the wheel in your mouse, this way you can travel through space.

Thanks to BBC Future News

Monday, 22 September 2014

Learn with Hot English Magazine

As you can see there is an app on the left column including a series of magazines; some articles are about culture, others about curiosities and in all of them you have the opportunity to learn tips for skills and a lot of new vocabulary.
Don't miss them out!

Sunday, 21 September 2014

Where is the Seventh Celtic Nation?

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While Scotland and Ireland are most commonly associated with the Celtic people, the roots of the culture are spread throughout Europe. More than a millennium ago, a Celtic tribe known as the Gallaeci settled in an area north of the Douro River. The region became modern day Galicia, which is in northwest Spain and is today considered the seventh of the original Celtic nations, along with Eire (Ireland), Kernow (Cornwall), Mannin (Isle of Mann), Breizh (Brittany), Alba (Scotland) and Cymru (Wales).
The evidence is everywhere, from the Galician language – which contains a significant amount of words of Celtic origin and is spoken by more than three million people – to the pagan festivals and rituals that continue to flourish in the region. The pallozas, or round stone huts (pictured), date back 2,500 years and are believed to be of Celtic origin.

Thanks to Jim Richardson from National Geographic Creative, if you want to know more, continue reading in BBC travel.

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Obama and Kid President


Now answer two questions:

  • What question did kid president make to Obama? 
  • What was his answer? 

 Give me your responses in the comments box.

Tuesday, 9 September 2014


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