jueves, 20 de febrero de 2014
Mirad de qué forma más marchosa se van a despedir los más peques del cole de Corte de Peleas. Somos unas brujitas muy marchosas. Se trata de una canción de Abraham Mateo que es un chico que está ahora muy de moda. Aquí os ponemos el vídeo.
miércoles, 19 de febrero de 2014
PLACES AND PEOPLE IN OUR VILLAGE
Entrín Bajo is a little village in the south west of Spain, in Extremadura.
There is a Town Hall
This is the Local Police. His name is Francisco, called "Kico"
There is a Healt Center
This is the doctor. Her name is Pilar
This is the nurse. Her name is Mª del Mar
There are two banks
This is the banker. His name is Rubén
There is a church
This is the priest. His name is Antonio Manuel
There are two squares
There is a chemist´s
This is the chemist. Her name is Belén
There is a supermarket
This is the shop assistant.Her name is Isabel Mª
There are two blacksmith´s
This is the metal worker. His name is Gregorio, called "Gory"
There is an agricultural cooperative.These are the office workers. Their names are: Juan Valentín and Soledad
There are three parks.
There are two bus stops
There is a clothes shop
This is the shop assistant
There is a hairdresser´s
This is the hairdresser. Her name is Mª Jesús.
There is a post office.
This is the post woman. Her name is Nati.
There is a river. Its name is Entrín river.
There are two bridges.
There are three pubs
This is the waitress. Her name is Conchi.
There is a bakery
This is the baker. Her name is Montse
There is a newsagent´s
This is the newsagent . Her name is Elena
There is a school. This is our school.
In our school, there are five classes.
This is the preschool class
This is the first cycle class
This is the second cycle class
This is the third cycle class
This is the ICT and English class
This the caretaker. Her name is Mª Isabel
There is a library
This is the librarian. Her name is Isabel.
There is a Cultural Center.
We celebrate here:
* Different parties.
* Dance classes.
Project by: Clara Antúnez, Moisés Romano, Lourdes Jiménez, Fátima Maqueda, Ana Parra, Antonio Román and Noelia Cacho.
Teacher: Mª Carmen Pérez