Under Pressure – Queen

“Under Pressure”

Pressure pushing down on me
Pressing down on you, no man ask for
Under pressure that burns a building down
Splits a family in two
Puts people on streets

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True Or False? Level 1

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BIRD BRAIN! Man Cuts Off His Ears To Look Like His Parrots

Ted Richards, 56, from Hartcliffe in Bristol, who has had his ears taken off so he can look more like his Parrot. August 16 2015. See SWNS story SWPARROT; A man who had his face and eyeballs tattooed to look like his pet parrots has gone a step further - by cutting off his EARS. Bonkers Ted Richards, 56, is obsessed by pets Ellie, Teaka, Timneh, Jake and Bubi and has his face tattooed with colourful feathers. But the animal nut - who has 110 tattoos, 50 piercings and a split tongue - has now had both his ears removed by a surgeon in a six hour operation. Eccentric Ted has given his severed ears to a friend who

“It’s the best thing that has ever happened to me.”

This was not a short-term decision. Ted Richards loves his parrots so much that he tattooed his face and eyeballs to look like them. Ted is a 56-year-old man from Bristol, England. He is obsessed by his parrots Ellie, Teaka, Timneh, Jake and Bubi. He tattooed his face with colourful feathers. If that wasn’t bird-brained enough he went even further. He asked doctors to remove his ears to look more like the birds. It took the doctors six hours to remove the ears. Ted gave his ears to a friend who “will appreciate them”. He now wants to find a doctor who is ready to turn his nose into a BEAK.

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Make the Question 2- Present Simple

Make the question according to the answers marked. 

1.Q:

A: I drink mineral water after the practice.

2. Q:

A: Sarah and Linda feed the elephants at the zoo.

3. Q:

A: They live in ParisContinue reading

Questions about the Subject- Present Simple 

Make the right questions according to marked answer.

1. Q: 

A: Mr. Green lives in that house. 

2. Q: 

A: This costume attracts a lot of attention. 

3. Q: 

A: Peter is at the hospital.  Continue reading

Present Simple Exercise 2 – positive

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Elephants

The elephant ______ (be) the planet’s largest land animal. It ______ (stand) up to 3 meters tall and __________ (weigh) up to 6,000 kilos.

Elephants _________ (have) complex brains and _________ (be) very clever and sensitive. They ________ (care)  for their families and ________ (remember) faraway places and old pals. In fact, when elephants _________ (spot) friends, they often _________ (show) affection by wrapping their trunks together or resting them on each other’s foreheads.  Continue reading

Passive Voice – Exercise 1

1. Everyone here speaks Spanish. 

Spanish ________________ by everyone here.

2. James is writing the email. 

The letter ________________ by Tom.

3. When we came into the clinic the the doctor was treating the patients.

The patients ________________ by the doctor when we came into the clinic. 

4. When I came into the office they were interviewing her for the job. 

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The Colosseum

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Do you enjoy watching sports? Love cheering on your favorite team or athlete? Well, gang – so did the Ancient Romans

Join us as we head back in time to visit one of the world’s most famous historical sites and sports arenas – the Colosseum. Let the games begin!

The Colosseum is an oval amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy.

8 fun facts about the colosseum:

1) Emperor Vespasian built the Colosseum around 72 A.D and 80 A.D in the heart of ancient rome. People came to watch gladiators fights, gladiators fights with animals, and animal hunts until the 6th century. Continue reading