martes, 17 de abril de 2007

My schedule


Every day I get up at 6:00 then I go to the bathroom and I take a shower, I brush my thee and after that I go to my university.
I have breakfast with some friends at the university. I study from 7:00 to 12:00 at his time I leave to my house then I have lunch with my family. and after that I watch TV.
I go to the company with my mother from 3:00 pm to 8:00 then I leaves to my house, I have dinner, then I watch TV or I go out with some friends, listens to the radio or reads, finally I go to bed at about 11:00 pm.

In this unit we made our daily rutine from the moment we wake up until the moment we go to bed, what is your daily rutine..?

My Dream House

I dream of a house in the beach. It would be enormous. I would have to hire many people to work there because it will be too big for me alone to clean it. It will have 7 bedrooms (3 guest rooms, 3 regular bedrooms for my children, and the main bedroom), 2 kitchens (one downstairs and one upstairs), 11 bathrooms, 5 living rooms with lots of plasma TVs and expensive furniture, 2 studios, a giant swimming pool and a Jacuzzi, a barbecue grill, a domino table and lots of gardens.
My favorite room will be the one with the domino table because I love to play dominoes. I would invite my friends to come to my house and play dominoes listening to vallenato music and drinking beers all night long.

In the unit we made a composition or the our dream house, this includes a picture and a description.


In this Picture you can see me on my car. I’m very friendly and talkative, I consider myself a good person. My friends say I’m really nice and they say I always am in a good mood.
This picture was taken on a very sunny day, a little windy and very hot. That day I was wearing my favorite t-shirt, jeans and sneakers. Of course, they were all meant to fit a tall, thin and dark haired man like me.
At that moment, I was in a friend’s house. We were having a very good time. I was going to get some beers and they took a picture of me going out in my car.


He was born in
1946. he is a Venezuelan-born media mogul. He is among the world's richest men according to Forbes magazine, which estimates his fortune at $5 billion. The New York Times calls Cisneros, "one of Latin America’s most powerful figures" and says he and his wife, Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, have a reputation for being "a Latin American power couple in business and the global social scene. "Cisneros' wealth comes from his holdings in media, entertainment, telecommunications and consumer products companies. The Cisneros Group of Companies is one of the largest privately-held media and entertainment companies in the world. Cisneros is also the largest shareholder in Univision, the United States' leading Spanish-language television network, and he owns Venevision International, which produces and distributes media and entertainment products throughout the world. He owns Venevisión, Venezuela's leading television network. Long an advocate of free enterprise, Cisneros has for many years been expanding his operations outside of Venezuela and into overseas markets, including the U.S., Spain and more recently China. One of his major accomplishments has been a major role in the international development of the telenovela – emotion-packed melodramas based on the harsh realities of life in Latin America that are now broadcast to about 2 billion people around the world. In part to honor his international success, he was named MIPCOM "Personality of the Year" in 2005, a prestigious media industry award. The Cisneros Foundation (Foundation Cisneros) runs a wide range of educational and cultural programs aimed at improving the lives of Latin Americans.

Well... In this unit we made a biography of an important in my country person and one of us

miércoles, 11 de abril de 2007


In lesson 2. we studied where things are.....I desing a collage.This is my collage of pictures of children.
The girls are next to the shark. The shark is between the girls and the baby.
well, in venezuela to say en frente, detras to say behind, in next to.How do you say behind in your country?

Nice to meet you!

In this lesson we practice saying hello, goodbye and meet new people.

This is a diologue I wrote about unit 1

Anna: Hello, I am Anna.
Peter: Hi! Anna. I am peter. Nice too meet you!
Anna: oh! Peter, nice too meet you, too. This is my friend Pablo Perez.
Pablo: Nice too meet you peter. How are you?
Peter: I am fine. Nice too meet you, too!!
Peter: Sorry, Pablo. What's your last name again?
Pablo: It's Perez!!!!

Well, We say Hola in Venezuela to say hello. How do you say hello in your country?


domingo, 1 de abril de 2007

Welcome to my blog!

Hello, world!
This is my final project blog for my English Class. Here you can read some of my work during the semester.

Here, I describe myself, my family and friends. Talk about the weather, clothes and colors. Tell about my dream house and some popular jobs in my country.

Well, keep reading for me!