Saturday, 29 November 2014

Lies that lead to earning money

The purpose of this report is to show how the famous fast food chains of our country attract people.

Some of this ways to make people buy their food are trustful mecanisms. As an example, take the grat service that comes with the well-made food. Also, the perfect attraction for children is the little toys of their favourite cartoon that come along their small and expesives boxes with all kind of food. Even though, this means they earn money, they actually lose even more trying to attract us.

However,other means of attraction are not as faithful as the previous ones. For instance, when you watch an advertisment on TV they show food in a really good state that estimulates your brain to get that food. In fact, it looks as if it was a hamburger made in paradise. But the truth is another one, these fake ads are just a trick. And when you buy the stuff you realise how bad are they playing with you. 

In conclusion, all these schemes to get people are quite effective but in my opinion the should pay more attention to the quality of their food instead of the money the earn.

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Unit 6 workbook assignment

Vocabulary ( 4 exercises) :  1-2, 4-5, 

Grammar  (4 exercises) :   2-3-4-5

Reading (3 exercises) :    1, 3-4

Writing (3 exercises) :   1-2-3

Sunday, 16 November 2014

Website recommendation

Hi guys!,
Here's an interesting article in English, it explains how healthy it's for our mind to learn a new language. This web is called Science Alert and is full of scientific articles, very educational and interesting. And the most important thing, they are in English.
Scientists enjoy!.

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Reported speech

We spend our lives reporting what other people have said to us, our mum, our teachers, our friends, the president of Catalonia, our tutor, etc.
Can you transform these direct speech sentences into reported speech?
How many changes do you need to make?
It works exactly the same as Catalan and Spanish.
Good luck!


Amanda: "I'm visiting my brother in Paris next Friday."


Police officer: "Did you see any stranger coming into this building yesterday?"

Police officer: "Where did you go after the explosion?"


Teacher: "Tell me the truth."

Mum: "Don't come back after midnight."

Make a list of all the changes:

  • Statements  (Reporting verb: _____________ / _____________)

  • Questions  (Reporting verb: _____________ )
  1. The same changes as statements

  • Commands  (Reporting verb: _____________ / _____________)

Wednesday, 5 November 2014

A Report

The aim of this report is to talk about healthy eating and how fast food chains attract people to they restaurants.

Today, urgency of time or work, or the devotion to the comfort of modern life seem stronger than contribution to a healthier nutrition. Fast food has become a must for many people.
Chains like McDonalds, Burger King o Subway are examples of these restaurants. For instance, in these places we can eat chips, sandwiches and the fast-food star: Hamburgers. They have transformed nutrition in a quick and simple solution habi. Althouigh not as good for health.
This is because they taste good, they're cheap, you can eat them in a few minutes, don't have to wash dishes and you can eat anywhere.
As a result , If this type of meals becomes a habit, the consequences can be: overweight, high cholesterol, increased blood pressure, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and others.

To finish, It would be interesting for all people to be aware of the irreversible consequences produced by this way of eating and look for a healthy nutrition.