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domingo, 27 de febrero de 2011

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S. ENTRADA GRATUITA

 
  EL PRÓXIMO DIA 23 DE MARZO, SE PROYECTA EN EL TEATRO GUERRA DE LORCA, LA MARAVILLOSA PELÍCULA

 "BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S".
PASES A LAS 18:00H Y 22:00 H. ENTRADA GRATUITA

HA SIDO UNA INICIATIVA DE CINE PARAISO, ANÍMATE Y APOYA ESTE GRAN PROYECTO.

PUEDES INVITAR A QUIÉN TU QUIERAS.

EN EL SIGUIENTE LINK ENCONTRARÁS TODA LA INFORMACIÓN SOBRE LAS PROYECCIONES EN EL TEATRO GUERRA

CINE PARAISO DE LORCA. LINK

sábado, 26 de febrero de 2011

TOPICS.

RELATIONSHIP AND FAMILY
Getting Married: Weddings and Receptions
Planning Honeymoon Trips
Raising Children
Getting a Divorce

Family: Tell Me About Yourself
Personal Introductions: Tell Us About Yourself
Relationships: How to Make Them Last
Stereotypes: Avoiding Them and Understanding People Better
Parenting Styles: What is Best?

Best Dating Ideas That Don't Include a Movie
MAKING MONEY


At School and Education
Attending Class
Getting an Online University Degree
Registering for School
TOEFL Test Preparation

A Day at School: What is it Like for You?
Language Learning Secrets: What are They?
DEGREE
STUDY ABROAD
SCHOLARSHIPS
At Work:
Commuting to Work
Job Promotion
Job Hunting
Job Interviews Tips

Job Hunting Secrets: What's Worked for You?
JOB HUNTING 2

MEALS
BREAKFAST
FAST FOOD
ITALIAN RESTAURANT

FREE/SPARE TIME
Birding
Baking
Fishing
Genealogy
Gardening
Hiking
Listening to Music
Origami-Paper Folding
Playing Video Games
Photography
Playing Golf
Reading
Snow Skiing
Surfing the Internet
Swimming
Watching Movies

domingo, 20 de febrero de 2011

SOFTWARE

You can watch movies, clips and music
Download: REALPLAYER.
                 GOMPLAYER.

miércoles, 16 de febrero de 2011

HAZTE SOCIO DE LA A.A.E.O.I.L. CON TU APOYO GANAREMOS TODOS


Si estás interesado en unirte a nuestra asociación envia un email a

La cuota son 6€ al año.
El ingreso se debe hacer en la Cta. Caja Murcia A.A.E.O.I.L: 2043 0123 16 090055058 3.

  • Puedes solicitar el alta de socio en los mails arriba indicados o hacer el ingreso y enviarlo junto con tus datos personales por email:
- Nombre y Apellidos
- DNI
- Email
-Teléfono
- Curso y nivel

  • O presentar la hoja de solicitud de alta de socio rellenada y firmada, junto con el justificante del banco de haber pagado la cuota en la secretaria de tu centro.
 La secretaria no admite el pago en efectivo.
También podrás ser informado a través de los tablones de anuncios de cada extensión o por los delegados de clase.

Si los alumnos nos unimos conseguiremos grandes cosas:

- que la matrícula para los asociados sea gratuita
- poder viajar por la península o por el extranjero con el menor coste posible para los asociados.
- ampliar niveles e idiomas
- ampliar y renovar material didáctico
- mejorar el equipo audiovisual
- reparación de incidencias
- descuentos en comercios
- oficina propia para mejorar el servicio y la atención del alumnado
- Realización de actividades culturales u otras (ir a conciertos u otros, jornadas de puertas abiertas, visitas culturales..)
- Otras subvenciones
- Crear bolsa de trabajo, para que las empresas que busquen empleados con idiomas los seleccione de nuestra escuela. Para enviar el CV, hay que ser socio de la asociación.
- Otras mejoras

ÚNETE A NOSOTROS!

viernes, 11 de febrero de 2011

THE PRIZE GO TO.........

This evening I make the raffle at 21.30 pm in Hotel La Santa. There are 15 members in totally.

Carolina Costa
Pablo López del Rincón
Sofía López
Juan Carlos Jurado
 Joaquin Cánovas
Teodora
Cristian David
Domingo Marin
Nerea
Catalina Pérez
Nicolás
JD
Juan Pablo Cánovas
Tryat
Susana(me) but I haven't participated in the raffle so there were 14 cards.

In the Hotel there were English People next to my table so I ask them if they could choose one of 14 cards. David has took a card which had written the name...
 TRAYT.  
       CONGRATULATION!                

Therefore, the winner is TRAYT. He has won a lunch or dinner in the Asador El Jumero in Aledo for two people and a exclusive present created by "Joyeria Coral" of Totana.

 THANK YOU FOR EVERYONE!

TRAVEL TO LONDON. ULTIMAS NOTICIAS

HOY FINALIZA EL PLAZO PARA ASEGURARSE PLAZA DISPONIBLE EN EL VIAJE A LONDRES.
PODEIS APUNTAROS AL VIAJE PERO YA NO SE ASEGURARÁ LA DISPONIBILIDAD, ES POSIBLE QUE PUEDA VARIAR EL PRECIO UNA VEZ EXCEDIDAS LAS 50 PLAZAS DISPUESTAS.
SEGUN LA ESCUELA DE IDIOMAS DE LORCA, AÚN QUEDAN ALGUNAS PLAZAS DISPONIBLES, ASI QUE RESERVA LA TUYA LO ANTES POSIBLE.
Para reservar ingresa 150€ en la cuenta Nº 2043 0212 10 2007001222
de Viajando en Grupo SL en Cajamurcia indicando tu nombre completo

miércoles, 9 de febrero de 2011

SEX DISCRIMINATION (ENG.SUB)





GETTING PLAYED. SEX DISCRIMINATION









INTERESTING MOVIE ABOUT CRIME

I WOULD LIKE TO RECOMMENT YOU A GOOD AMERICAN MOVIE WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES CALLED
"AN AMERICAN CRIME" WHICH YOU CAN WATCH IN THIS BLOG.

LOOK FOR IT IN THE CATEGORY "SUBTITLE MOVIES"

CRIME.

A recent survey of crime statistics shows that we are all more likely to be burgled now than 20 years ago and the police advise everyone to take a few simple precautions to protect their homes. The first fact is that burglars and other intruders (criminals) prefer easy opportunities, like a house which is very obviously empty. This is much less of a challenge than an occupied house, and one which is well-protected. A burglar will wonder if it is worth the bother. There are some general tips on how to avoid your home becoming another crime statistic. Avoid leaving signs that your house is empty. When you have to go out, leave at least one light on as well as a radio or television, and do notleave any curtains wide open. The sight of your latest music centre or computer is enough to tempt any burglar.

Never leave a spare key in a convenient hiding place. The first place a burglar will look is under the doormat or in a flower pot and even somewhere more ‘imaginative’ could soon be uncovered by the intruder. It is much safer to leave a key with a neighbour you can trust. But if your house is in a quiet, desolate area be aware that this will be a burglar’s dream, so deter (prevent) any potential criminal from approaching your house by fitting security lights to the outsideof your house. But what could happen if, in spite of the aforementioned precautions ( mentioned earlier), a burglar or intruder has decided to target your home. Windows are usually the first point of entry for many intruders.

Downstairs windows provide easy access while upstairs windows can be reached with a ladder or by climbing up the drainpipe. Before going to bed you should double-check that all windows and shutters are locked. No matter how small your windows may be, it is surprising what a narrow gap a determined burglar can manage to get through. For extra security, fit window locks to the inside of the window. What about entry via doors? Your back door and patio doors, which are easily forced open, should have top quality security locks fitted. Even though this is expensive it will be money well spent. Install a burglar alarm if you can afford it as another line of defence against intruders. A sobering (serious) fact is that not all intruders have to break and enter into a property.

Why go to the trouble of breaking in if you can just knock and be invited in? Beware of bogus ( false not real) officials or workmen and, particularly if you are elderly, fit a chain and an eye hole so you can scrutinise ( examine and discover) callers ( visotors) at your leisure (when you want to and when you have time to) . When you do have callers never let anybody into your home unless you are absolutely sure they are genuine. Ask to see an identity card, for example. If you are in the frightening position of waking in the middle of the night and think you can hear an intruder, then on no account (never)  should you approach the intruder. Far better to telephone the police and wait for help. 

1 A well-protected house:

A is less likely to be burgled.   B is regarded as a challenge by most criminals.
C is a lot of bother to maintain.   D is very unlikely to be burgled.

2 According to the writer, we should:

A avoid leaving our house empty.   B only go out when we have to.
C always keep the curtains closed.   D give the impression that our house is occupied when we go out.

3 The writer thinks that hiding a key under a doormat or flower pot:

A is a predictable place to hide it.   B is a useful place to hide it.
C is imaginative.     D is where you always find a spare key.

4Gaining entry to a house through a small window:

A is surprisingly difficult.     B is not as difficult as people think.
C is less likely to happen than gaining entry through a door. D is tried only by very determined burglars.

5According to the writer, window locks, security locks and burglar alarms:

A cost a lot of money but are worth it.   B are good value for money.
C are luxury items.     D are absolutely essential items.

6 The writer argues that fitting a chain and an eye hole:

A will prevent your home being burgled.  B avoids you having to invite people into your home.
C is only necessary for elderly people.  D gives you time to check if the visitor is genuine.

7 The best title for the text is:

A Increasing household crime.   B Protecting your home from intruders
C What to do if a burglar breaks into your home. D Burglary statistics.



READING COMPREHENSION 4 (ANSWER KEY)
1-A 2-D 3-A 4-B 5-A 6-D 7-B

AN AMERICAN CRIME









READING. INTERMEDIATE

Electronic technology has produced significant changes in the way that humans interact. Before telephones, computers, and digital pagers, people communicated primarily by writing. We had to sit down, compose our thoughts, and then spend some time writing them down on paper. There was also a delay between the expression of our ideas and their reception on the other end, but folks were patient enough to wait. With technology, however, communication happens in “real time.” We don’t take time beforehand to consider what we want to say, and how to say it best. We Express ourselves directly, and bluntly. Now we are irritated when no one answers the phone, or get overly anxious if we don’t receive an immediate response to an email or page. We want all of our communication to happen instantaneously.

1) The author of this passage probably believes that the effects of technology on human communication are
A)  not very important       B) mostly negative       
C)  not well understood     D)  almost negligible

2) By  “Stop putting me on.” the speaker means ;
A) “I prefer to dress myself.”                                           B)  “Don’t lie to me.”
C)  “I don’t want you to put things on top of me.”      D)  “Don’t think that I am the same as you are.”

3) The federal government is not ____ any economic problems for the second half of the year; all the indicators are positive.
A)  anticipating                   B)  accommodating      
C)  asphyxiating                  D)  administering



READING COMPREHENSION 2 (ANSWER KEY)
1.B          2.B          3.A

ARTICLES WITH VIDEO. What's your opinion about it?

Sex and Violence in Ads



Some people object to ads that encourage sex, gambling, smoking, the consumption of alcohol, and other “vices.” Even people who are not much concerned about such vices are still concerned that ads encourage underaged sex, gambling, smoking, the consumption of alcohol, and other vices. They believe that ads present bad role models. Advertising, some critics say, contributes to the moral breakdown of society because it presents ubiquitous images of unconstrained hedonism. Ethical concerns about ads for gambling, tobacco, and alcohol are often legitimate. Products that are harmful and sometimes addictive raise ethical issues in themselves; encouraging the use of such products is even more questionable. Many countries and states limit, control, or even ban ads for some or all these products.

Violence in advertising would be ethically objectionable if there was much of it, but it is rare. The main exceptions are ads for films and video games, but objections in these cases should be aimed at the violence in the products, not just in the ads. The exposure of unsuspecting people and children to such ads is an issue that should be, and in many jurisdictions is, controlled by regulations on the placement of the ads. Sex in advertising is a much bigger issue because there is so much of it. The ethical issues can be best seen if we separate consideration of sex in ads for products that are connected to sex from consideration of sex in ads where it is gratuitous and has no or only a tenuous connection with the product. Ads for condoms and sex clubs, of course, emphasize sex. Except for puritans, the only ethical issue about these ads is making sure young children are not exposed.

Other products, such as fashions, jeans, underwear, perfume, and chocolate, are related to sex, and advertising is often used to associate a product or logo with sex. Calvin Klein, for example, has built his business on making his clothes and perfumes sexy. Raising ethical objections to this is difficult unless one objects ethically to current sexual mores in most developed countries. Advertising did not cause our liberal attitudes toward sex; the sexual revolution was caused by the pill, penicillin, and other social forces. Any decrease of sex in advertising would probably not change society’s sexual attitudes, so there is no ethical problem with Calvin Klein jeans, underwear, and perfume being thought sexy.

Sex is also used gratuitously in ads for products that have nothing directly to do with sex. We are all familiar with scantily clad women in ads for beer, cigarettes, cars, trucks, and vacation beaches. Note that for the most part these ads are aimed at straight males and use the stereotypical sexy woman—sexy, that is, in the minds and fantasies of straight males. Consider, for example, a two-page ad from a men’s magazine that shows on the first page a woman with huge breasts, clad only in a bikini and posed in a sexually suggestive fashion. The copy asks if her measurements get the reader’s heart racing. Turn the page and there is a pickup truck and the reader is asked to look at the truck’s measurements. Horsepower, torque, and so on are listed. How do such ads work? Their ubiquity in men’s magazines certainly suggests that they do sell cars, trucks, and beer. Such ads seem to say, “If you are a straight male attracted to big breasted women, you can prove it to yourself and others by buying our ‘masculine’ product.” This interpretation presupposes that many straight males are very insecure about their sexual orientation and need to have their masculinity constantly confirmed by buying products with a masculine image. Is this manipulation of insecurities unethical? Perhaps not; straight males are generally capable of freely choosing to buy or not buy these products.

A more serious ethical objection to such ads is the attitude toward women that they imply and encourage. Women in these ads are being used as sex objects. One does not have to be a radical feminist to be concerned about the effects that exposure to thousands of such ads might have on straight men. It does not encourage them to see women as intelligent, productive, and competent individuals. Perhaps the vast majority of straight males are not greatly affected individually, but it does set a social tone about what are acceptable attitudes toward women. And the few men who take the objectification of women as sex objects seriously sometimes commit extremely unethical actions.

martes, 8 de febrero de 2011

Tell us about your favourite place.

I would like you tell us about your favourite place. Make a comment about it and I'll look for and publish images about that place. 

FIRE IN COLORADO

  1. LEAVE THEIR HOMES
  2. only a small part of it had been hurt by the blaze
  3. HER TEDDY BEAR
  4. LOOTED
  5. CONTROL THE FIRE
  6. PLUMBING
  7. FIREMEN
  8. BE BLOW OUT OF THE AREA
  9. things that have been looted from the houses

AN ENVELOPE 1

Here are the answers...

1. Fullerton
2. Ellie English
3. Ellie English
4. Mrs. Sara Zone
5. 2995 Woodcrest Avenue
6. Fullerton
7. Mrs. Sara Zone
8. 92871
9. 793 Center Street
10. 92831

READINGS. BÁSICO

READING AN ENVELOPE 1




Use the envelope above to answer the questions below:
1. To what city is the letter going?
2. Who wrote this letter?
3. Who is sending this letter?
4. Who is the recipient of the letter?
5. What is the recipient's address?
6. Which city does zip code 92831 belong to?
7. Who will read this letter?
8. What is the zip code for Placentia?
9. What is the sender's address?
10. What is the zip code for Fullerton?

READINGS.

Fire in Colorado(before 2003)


Firefighters have had a hard time putting out a big fire near Boulder, Colorado.

It took firefighters a long time to control the fire. It was very windy. One firefighter said that the winds can blow the fire out of the area very easily.

The fire destroyed 65 homes. During the worst part of the fire, people were asked to leave their homes. Police were worried that the empty homes might be looted. They checked every car going in and out of the fire area.

One family returned to their home to find that only a small part of it had been hurt by the blaze. They felt very lucky to be able to repair the damage. The fire had come so close to their house that the girl had to run out with only her teddy bear.

Another family lost only their outdoor toilet. Their cabin had no indoor plumbing so their outhouse was in the yard. They were thankful their home was not burned down.


PICK AN ANSWERS

1.  During the worst part of the fire, people were asked to _____.
 
4.  With the homes empty, police were afraid that they might be _____.
6.  Their cabin had no indoor _____ so their outhouse was in the yard.

7.  _____have had a hard time putting out a big fire in Boulder, Colorado.
9.  When homes were empty, police checked every car coming and going into the area to check for _____.

martes, 1 de febrero de 2011

FREE Lunch or dinner " Saint Valentine" FOR TWO PEOPLE

      SAINT VALENTINE'S DAY
DO YOU WANT TO HAVE A FREE LUNCH OR DINNER ON SAINT VALENTINE'S DAY,  FOR 2 PEOPLE ?

IF YOU ARE STUDYING IN THE LANGUAGE SCHOOL OF LORCA. YOU ARE LUCKY, BECAUSE YOU HAVE A CHANCE TO WIN THIS PRIZE.

YOU HAVE TO DO MEMBER AND MAKE A COMENTARY IN THIS BLOG
AFTER THAT, YOU HAVE TO SEND BY EMAIL YOUR NAME AND YOUR PHONE NUMBER TO susangimenez@live.com.

 ON 11 FEBRUARY, THE WINNER'S NAME WILL PUBLISH IN THIS BLOG ON FRIDAY AT 9.00 PM.

Para hacerse cuenta google, poner en google crear una cuenta google, despues se abrira una ventana en la que aparecera un formulario, poneis un correo electrónico, poneis una contraseña y volveis a ponerla en el recuadro de abajo. Escribis los caracteres y le dais a aceptar, aparecera una ventana en la que os informa de recibireis un correo para verificar la cuenta. Abris el correo y haceis click en el enlace que hay en él, de esa forma verificareis la cuenta. Despues os vais al blog, le dais a la pestaña ACCEDER que hay arriba a la izquierda y haceis click, aparecerá una ventana para que pongais vuestro correo y la contraseña e iniciais sesión, entoces ya podreis hacer un comentario en la ventana comentarios que suele estar debajo de cada entrada. Como no todo el mundo pone su nombre verdadero al hacerse miembro, me enviais un email para que yo sepa quienes sois y poder hacer vuestra papeleta para el sorteo. Si no quereis darme vuestro teléfono para avisaros en caso de que seais el ganador, ya sabeis que el nombre lo publicaré en el blog el dia 11 de Febrero.
GOOGLE ACCOUNTS TO BE BLOG MEMBER.  EXPLANATION VIDEO


 SAINT VALENTINE'S MENU:

 Place: Asador El Jumero



 For lunch: 12, 13 or 14 February
 For dinner: 12 o 14 February

DRINK:  Rioja red wine "3 Ducados" or beer and a botle of water

TO SHARE
game cold meat
cieja (home made game paté) with toasted bread

STARTER
leek pudding in Rochefort sauce

MAIN COURSE
venison in oporto with dates sauce
or
wilboard in sauce
or
partridge in escabéche sauce
or
grilled venison with natural spices

 DESSERT
 delicious home dessert with Cava and a exclusive present for your partner created by "Joyería Coral"


COFFEE

You can't change the prize for money.
The prize is worthy about 120€


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 ANOTHER OFFER. THIS IS NOT THE RAFFLE

 SPECIAL OFFERT GAME MENU TO EVERYONE.

El Jumero offers you and your partner, a special game menu on Saint Valentine's Day.
The menu cost 50€ (for couple).
Reserve in advance
More information 968 484 613 or visiting  "Meson Asador El Jumero"in facebook


SINCE 1972


GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE!
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MEMENTO DE BUENA FÉ Y COLABORACIÓN CON LAS FUENTES DEL MATERIAL DEL BLOG

El material didáctico y las peliculas contenidas en este blog, tienen el objetivo de ser una herramienta más, para favorecer el aprendizaje de idiomas, y no con ánimo de lucro. Los estudiantes utilizan nuestro blog para estudiar las destrezas que tienen que superar en los exámenes.
Este blog no es responsable del contenido de los enlaces externos para ver series, peliculas, etc. Thanks VK.

Este blog no comercializa ni se lucra de ninguna forma del material publicado en el mismo, cuyas fuentes en su mayoría, es la propia red. Nosotros no publicamos banners ni ningún tipo de publicidad.

En caso de reclamaciones por parte de las fuentes de dicho material, procederemos a eliminarlo de nuestro de blog, de inmediato, ya que nuestra intención ha sido de buena fé, y en ningún momento nos hemos lucrado del material de otros.

Para que dichas fuentes puedan ponerse en contacto con este blog studentsstuff@outlook.es

VERY IMPORTANT

This blog has been created by a student in a personal way with the aim of sharing the information in it with the rest of the students, therefore the E.O.I.of Lorca has no responsability for the comments or any information contained in this blog.
Thanks to those people who, without partipatining in the contents of the blog, have written giving us their support.
Through this blog we want to thank the teachers for their e-mails of support and good advice which helped us to improve the eoistudents' stuff.
As students we commit grammatical errors when we write our comments which we continue trying to correct.
Thanks also to the many students who have visited the blog and have written telling us how much effort that we have made to make the contents helpful to those who are learning English and they encourage us to continue with this proyect.
The educational material comes from approved sources dedicated to the learning of English. Most of it do not own.
If there are any errors it is because those sources already contain them and not as a result of the work of the creators of the blog, even the books we always use in class contain some errors.