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sábado, 23 de julio de 2011

OFERTAS DE EMPLEO

STUDENTJOB

Descripción:
StudentJob es uno de los mayores portales de trabajo para estudiantes en Europa. Originario de los Países Bajos, este portal de empleo especializado en trabajo para estudiantes -tanto a media jornada como a tiempo parcial-, prácticas en empresa y trabajos de verano ha logrado establecerse en el mercado laboral español. StudentJob también está presente, y con gran éxito, en países como Francia, Alemania, Bélgica o Reino Unido.
¿Qué es lo que ofrecemos a los estudiantes?
En nuestro portal de empleo, los estudiantes pueden encontrar de forma rápida y eficaz trabajo a media jornada o a tiempo parcial, perfecto para combinar con los estudios, además de una amplia oferta de becas y prácticas en empresa adecuadas a las diferentes aéreas de estudio. StudentJob ofrece más de 550 ofertas online.
¿Cómo funciona el proceso de encontrar trabajo en StudentJob?
Regístrate gratis en StudentJob y completa los datos de tu perfil. Podrás incluir tus datos personales y académicos, experiencias laborales e incluso adjuntar tu CV o una carta de presentación. En tu página personal podrás especificar el tipo de ofertas de trabajo que te interesa. Basándonos en estas preferencias te enviaremos periódicamente por e-mail todas las ofertas que encajen con tu perfil. ¿Qué te interesa alguna de las ofertas que te enviamos? Entonces sólo tienes que solicitar directamente desde tu bandeja de entrada.
Destinatarios:
Estudiantes interesados

Inicio de la inscripción:
29/04/2011

Fin de la inscripción: 31/12/2011

Importe: Gratuito

Teléfono: +31 23 7519247 Fax: :+31 2375 24593

Correo Electrónico: info@studentjob.es

OFERTAS DE EMPLEO

YOUTUBE BUSCA  200 TRABAJADORES PARA AMPLIAR PLANTILLA

Si buscas trabajo, tienes buen nivel de inglés, y no te importa salir fuera de España para trabajar, quizás esta sea la oportunidad que buscas. El gigante de internet youtube necesita 200 personas para ampliar su plantilla
Youtube, el portal de vídeos de Google, ha anunciado que realizará 200 nuevas contrataciones en 2011, elevando su plantilla en más de un 30%, convirtiendo este año en el de mayor contratación de la empresa.

Además, la compañía ha desvelado que cada minuto se suben a su web más de 35 horas de vídeo, que son vistas más de 2.000 millones de veces por día.

Youtube, que cuenta con cerca de 650 empleados, ha dicho que la mayoría de los nuevos puestos de trabajo serán para su sede en San Bruno, California, pero que también hay vacantes para las ciudades de Milán, San Petersburgo, Tokio y Zúrich. Los puestos abarcan desde ventas de publicidad a ingeniería y, según ha manifestado la propia compañía, buscan talentos en todo el mundo, de modo que quizás tú seas el profesional que buscan.

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miércoles, 6 de julio de 2011

READING. INTERMEDIATE

1   Read the article and tick (ü) A, B, or C.
Increasingly, these days, people lead busy professional lives in which they have little time for lunch, let alone time to meet the next possible Mr or Ms Right. The emphasis in our lives is on using time we have left outside of work well, spending ‘quality time’ with our family and friends. So, it’s no surprise that speed dating has become so popular. An activity in which busy men and women go to an organized event, have three-minute chats with more eligible members of the opposite sex than they would normally meet in a year, and then decide who might or might not be a potential partner, is a great example of perfect time management.
Speed dating is a relatively new phenomenon. Its first event was staged at Pete’s Café in Beverly Hills California in 1998, and organized by a group of Jewish students who wanted to meet other singles of the same religion. They were sure it was a good idea and expected that large numbers of people would enjoy it, but not immediately. Within a very short time, however, it had spread everywhere, and its popularity was confirmed when a speed dating story line appeared in the hit American comedy series Sex and the City.
It hasn’t taken sociologists very long to take an interest, either. An American study, carried out in 2005, discovered that it took hardly any time at all for men and women to choose who they would like to meet again in the future. Just seconds, in fact. This study would appear to completely undermine the argument of all those romantics who wonder how three minutes can possibly be enough to decide whether somebody might be ‘the one’. It seems that we know instantly. Interestingly, women have a greater instinct for this than men. In a 2006 study, carried out by a Scottish university, over 40 per cent of women, which was twice the percentage figure for men, had made their minds up about the person they were chatting to within thirty seconds.
Other studies have looked into how to increase your chances of success when attending a speed dating event. They have produced some interesting results. For example, what you smell like could be vital. And I’m not talking about remembering to wash before you go. Women are attracted to men with a similar background and interests but a very different scent. There’s no greater turn off than a guy with an identical natural body smell, it would seem. Height, too, seems to be important to attraction, although short men shouldn’t lose all hope. The important thing is to be a few centimetres taller than the woman you’re trying to chat up – being too tall can be just as bad as not being tall enough.
What you talk about can make all the difference, too. You’d think that speaking intelligently about the latest movie or play would impress the girls or the guys, but nothing could be further from the truth. No-one likes someone who’s too clever. According to a recent study, it’s life experiences that attract the opposite sex, so don’t forget to tell them about all those places you’ve been to and things you’ve seen.

Example: People are busier now than in the past.
A  True          B  False          C  Doesn’t say   ü 
1   According to the writer we have less time to meet potential partners now.
     A  True          B  False          C  Doesn’t say      
2   Speed dating seems an unusual activity in today’s modern society.
     A  True          B  False          C  Doesn’t say      
3   The first speed dating event aimed to bring together people of completely different backgrounds.
     A  True          B  False          C  Doesn’t say      
4   The people who arranged the first speed dating event thought it would become popular very quickly.
     A  True          B  False          C  Doesn’t say      
5   According to a 2005 study, when people meet for the first time, most only need a few seconds to decide if they like someone or not.
     A  True          B  False          C  Doesn’t say      
6   Women are more interested in speed dating than men.
     A  True          B  False          C  Doesn’t say      
7   Women find men whose body smell is similar to their own more attractive.
     A  True          B  False          C  Doesn’t say      
8   Women don’t mind if a man is shorter than they are.
     A  True          B  False          C  Doesn’t say      
9   The more intelligent you are, the more attractive you are.
     A  True          B  False          C  Doesn’t say      
10   At a speed dating event, it’s probably better to talk about movies you’ve seen rather than the countries you’ve visited.
     A  True          B  False          C  Doesn’t say      


source: NFE-upper-intermediate

Answers
1   A
2   A
3   C
4   B
5   B
6   B
7   A
8   B
9   C
10   A

lunes, 4 de julio de 2011

HOW MAKE CREPES, SPRING ROLLS, BAKED POTATOS



crepes, pâte feuilletée inversée, brioche au chocolat, basboussa

CRÊPES                                                              PÂTE FEUILLE TÉE


       BRIOCHE DU CHOCOLAT                                            BARBOUSSA                      


viernes, 1 de julio de 2011

SOUTH ENGLAND HISTORY. INTERMEDIATE


London is one of the most --------------- cities in the world.  Its buildings ---------stories across hundreds of years.  The River Thames has ------------- been important in the running of London.  And the Tower of London is the ---------------- the kings of England ruled from medieval times.  Westminster Abbey is where kings and queens --------- go ------ get crowned; and -------------------are now buried there.  And, right next door, are the Houses of Parliament, where politicians ------------gather today to run the country.

Britain’s history can be ----------- back further, to Roman times.  We can see ------------those days in the ancient city of Bath.  Here the Roman baths are -------- preserved – even after two thousand years!  People would come here ---------------and sample the waters, well-known for their healing powers.  Just --------- the road is Bristol, one of Britain’s great historic -------------ports. This is where the first great steamliner, the SS Great Britain, was built.  It’s designed by the lengendary engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and today it’s been beautifully restored to its former -----------.

Wales ------ the land of castles, and its capital, Cardiff, ------ one right in the heart of the city.  Part of it dates back to medieval times, but much of it was rebuilt by a ----- tradesman in the 1800’s.  He wanted to impress his new bride and ---- the interior ---- a fairy-tale palace for her.

Cambridge is home to one of ------------- universities in the world.  Students first came here to study eight hundred years ago.  Its most famous building is King’s College Chapel, ------ was built in the 1500’s.  Just down the street is Trinity College, which-----------by one of Britain’s famous kings, Henry VIII.  He still ------- down on students from its gates today.
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