viernes, 26 de diciembre de 2008


Hello! My name is Neus. I was born in Ibiza, on December 9th 1982. As you can see in the pictures, when I was a child I was very blonde and plump. I liked going to school and studying, and I always got good marks.
I have a brother who is four years older than me, and his name is Jose Manuel. He has been living with his girlfriend for five years, but they haven’t got married yet.
My mother is fifty-five years old, and her name is Nieves, and my father is sixty years old, and his name is Joan.
I have always lived with my parents, but two months ago I started living with my boyfriend David.
I’m very happy to live with him because we have been going out together since we were sixteen years old, so for about ten years, and we were very impatients to start living together.

At that moment I’m finishing my teaching degree, and I hope that next year I will be teaching in a school.
My grandfather, who died in 2005 when he was 93 years old, was a very good teacher all of his life, and I’m very grateful to him because I’m very happy studying for that degree, and it’s the thing that I have always wanted to do.

When I was a child, I did gymnastics, I loved it, and now I’m the trainner of other girls in Sa Graduada school twice a week in the afternoon. I have been teaching gym for five years, and I like it a lot.

About that time I also liked going for a walk with my parents, my brother and my grandparents; to the beach in summer and to the country in winter; going out for lunch on Sundays, and so on.
Now my grandparents are not with us, my grandmother died last year in December (she was 85 years old), and my grandfather as I said before, died three years ago.
But I have another grandmother. My father’s mother. She is 96 years. She's very old but she never complains, it’s luckily!.

All of these people, along with David, of course, are very important in my life, but I can’t forget my best friend Eloisa!
We have been friends since we were four years old and today we are very close to one another. She already has an eighteen-month daughter with her boyfriend Salva. Her name is Alejandra and she is my goddaughter, and, of course, I love her.
I don’t have any children yet, but in a couple of years I will probably have one.

My hobbies now adays, apart from my job with gymnastics, are going to my aqua gym lessons in Can Misses Pool three times a week with my mother; going out with my boyfriend and my friends at the weekends, going on a trip on Sundays (when I don’t have to study) through the countryside or the beach, and so on.

This month I'm in Can Cantó school doing teaching practice and I'm very happy. My tutor has taught me many things and I like her way of dealing with students and people in general, she is very nice and enthusiastic.
The children of the school have welcomed me very well, they treat me like another teacher and give me love.

As I said previously, I would love to be teaching at school next year, but in case I can’t, I want to continue studying and getting ready to do it better.

And this is a brief summary of my life. Thanks for reading and …See you soon!


domingo, 7 de diciembre de 2008



That's my father's vegetable garden and I would like us to learn some vocabulary about it.

Here you have an example!

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Here you have a new web where you can build your wildself.
This page can help us learn or review the parts of the body and at the same time we can have fun creating a multitude of characters.

sábado, 6 de diciembre de 2008


1. I wish I had more free time.

2. I wish our flat was a bit bigger.

3. I wish somebody would buy me a camera.

Conditional (TYPE 3)

1. If I had had some money, I would have got a taxi.

2. If I had known you were in hospital, I would have gone to see you.

3. If the road hadn't been icy, the accident wouldn't have happened.

Conditional (TYPE 2)

1. If I had a lot of money, I would buy a big house.

2. If you bought some new clothes, you would feel much better.

3. I I had any time, I would go to Asturias.

Conditional (TYPE 1)

1. If I pass my practicum II, I will be very happy.

2. If you miss the bus, you can get the next one.

3. If I find it, I will tell you.

viernes, 14 de noviembre de 2008

May and Might

1. She may arrive late.

2. Francisco told me last weekend that he is going to get married, but I didn't believe him. My mother told me that It might be true.

3. You might have left your bag in the shop.

4. I arrived home at half past eight and David wasn't there. He might have been playing tennis.

Can, could and be able to

1. Can I borrow your pencil please?

2. My brother can speak three different languages.

3. We can go to the football match tomorrow.

4. She could ride horses when she was fifteen.

5. Peter loved music. He could play the guitar very well.

6. When I was young I could study a lot of hours.

7. If I pass my exams, I will be able to work in a school.

8. I was able to finish my homework because nobody disturbed me.

9. Maria was able to go to Barcelona because she was on holiday.

Should, ought to and had better.

1. I'm very tired. I should go to bed.

2. You should bring the car to the mechanic if you don't want it to break down.

3. - Mariana, you don't look very well, you ought to go to the doctor.

4. I had better go to the bank tomorrow because it's too late.

5. It's raining. You had better take an umbrella.

6. Peter's father is waiting for him. He had better not be late.


1. We mustn't make a noise because we are in a museum.

2. She mustn't go to the cinema on monday because she have to go to the school the day after.

3. You mustn't eat too much ice cream because you will have a stomachache.

Need to

1. I need to walk every afternoon with my mother because I want to lose weight.

2. She needs to talk all day because she's very nervous.

3. Ivan needs to go on holidays to rest.

Don't have to, don't need to and needn't

1. My father doesn't have to work in winter because he has a seasonal job.

2. I don't have to be in that german course but I think It's very interesting.

3. The car park is free. You don't have to pay to park your car there.

4. You didn't need to take a taxi. You could have taken your car.

5. I understand you perfectly. You needn't explain further.

6. Alex has enough food at home, so we needn't go shopping today.

Must and Have to

1. I must go to the doctor because I have a terrible stomach-ache.

2. Peter!, you must be quiet to stay in the library.

3. Maria must go to school every day because she is ten years old and it's compulsory.

4. Yesterday I had to work hard and I was very tired in the evening.

5. Ainoa has to wear glasses for reading and watching television.

6. She has to get up early because she starts work at six o'clock.

lunes, 3 de noviembre de 2008

An interesting link!

That's another interesting link:

Adjectives ending in -ing and -ed

1. The film was very interesting.

2. Natalia's father was surprised that she passed the exam.

3. I feel very tired when I travel by train.

4. I'm frightened of cockroaches.

Have got and have

1. I have got a new motorbike = I have a new motorbike.

2. Have you got any questions? = Do you have any questions?

3. She hasn't got a new bike = She doesn't have a new bike.

4. I had a dog when I was a child.

5. I didn't have a dog when I was a child.

6. Did you have a dog when you were a child?

7. I have a cup of coffee every morning.

domingo, 2 de noviembre de 2008

Singular and plural nouns

1. I have a box. / They have a lot of boxes.

2. John is a very nice person./ There are a lot of people at the party.

3. My mother told me that he was a man./ Yesterday I went to San Antonio and there were a lot of men.

Uncountable nouns

1. I would like to have a lot of money.

2. Peter usually listens to classical music.

3. There is sand in my shoes because I have been to the beach today.

Countable nouns

1. Cala Conta is a nice beach in Ibiza.

2. I like apples a lot.

3. Today I bought an umbrella because I think It's going to rain.


1. Mary worked hard at university.

2. Elena speaks Germany perfectly.

3. My brother arrived home quietly because his son was sleeping.

jueves, 23 de octubre de 2008

Will have done

1. I will have finished this book by the end of next week.

2. My parents will have been married for 33 years next year.

3. I will see you at 8.00. The class will have finished at 7.30.

Will be doing

1. At this time on Saturday morning I will be sleeping.

2. Next year, in October I will be teaching in a school.

3. Every day she gets up at seven o'clock and starts work at eight o'clock. Tomorrow she will be working at half past nine.

Be going to

1. He's going to be late.

2. We are going to have a holiday.

3. What are you going to wear tonight to the party?

4. He's going to fall down.


1. I don't think I'll go out tomorrow night.

2. Shall I open the door?

3. I'll probably be home late tonight.

4. What time shall I phone you?

6. Where shall we go on holiday?

Present tenses for the future (Present Simple)

1. What time does your Enghish class start this afternoon?

2. My English class starts at 18.00 and finishes at 20.00.

3. Tomorrow I finish work at six o'clock in the afternoon.

Present tenses for the future (Present Continuous)

1. - What are you doing on Friday morning?
- I'm going to university.

2. Maria is getting married next week.

viernes, 17 de octubre de 2008

For and Since

1. John has worked in Paris for ten years.

2. They haven't had a holiday for ten years.

3. I haven't seen Eloisa since Tuesday.

Used to

1. I used to go to the cinema every week when I was young.

2. Indira used to visit me when she came to Ibiza.

3. We used to live in the city centre, but now we live in the village of Sant Jordi.

Past Perfect Continuous

1. I'd been walking along the road for about ten minutes when a car suddenly stopped just behind me.

2. We'd been playing basketball for about half an hour when it started to rain a lot.

3. Peter had been waiting to me for a long time, because I arrived late.

Past Perfect

1. I didn't know who she was. I'd never seen her before.

2. My friends hadn't cleaned their house for weeks.

3. When my parents arrived, my friends had already gone.

Present Perfect Continuous.

1. How long have you been studying?

2. My mother has been working at the store for ten years.

3. I have been swimming in the sea for an hour.

Present Perfect

1. I have been in Asturias many times.

2. My brother has passed his entry exam.

3. I've repaired the TV. It's working OK now.

Past continuous

1. I was sleeping in my bed when the phone rang.

2. Marta was doing her homeworks when her best friend came to pick her up.

3. Manuel was writing a book dedicated to his wife.

Past Simple

1. Peter and Mary were very happy when their son arrived.

2. Last night I went to the cinema with my boyfriend.

3. Yesterday I ate lentils in my grandmother's house, and they were very nice.

Present Continuous

1. I'm studying in Ibiza last year of my degree.

2. I'm having a shower and the phone is ringing. Someone can answer?

3. I'm writing on my blog as every week.

Present Simple

- Today I'm very tired that's why I will not whatch TV as I do every night.

- I think that my dog does not like the feed.

- My cousin lives in Madrid with his parents and his brother.

jueves, 9 de octubre de 2008

The first link on my blog!

This is the first link from my blog that I found very interesting and fun for children. I hope you like...

English for little childrens


Good morning!
That's my personal blog.