Thank you very much for all your e-mail with the descriptions of your friends! Well done, that was a great job!
Today our main topic will be… time. Yes, I know, we all shoud have much more time, one day should have twenty-seven hours at least and each hour should have something about 80 minutes. Nevertheless, it doesn’t go that way. Never mind.
Dwa krótkie opowiadanka na dobry początek:
I am a researcher and I work in a laboratory. I like my job beacause it is very interesting but sometimes I spend long hours in the office. I start my day at 8:00 a.m. and leave the lab at 5:00 p.m. Sometimes, I have to stay till 6:00. It usually happens when I prepare my reports at the end of each month. Every day I go for lunch at 1 p.m. It’s a great break to relax and talk with my colleagues.
It’s August and I’m enjoying my holidays. Todays I’m planning to go cycling all morning and in the evening I’m meeting my friends. There ar emany great events going on in the city in the summer. Next weekend my friends are going to the seaside. We’re leaving on Friday morning and are staying there all Saturday and Sunday.
Po przeczytaniu proszę zdecydować, czy poniższe zdania są prawdziwe (T) czy fałszywe:
Craig is going to the seaside at the weekend. T / F
Lucy always finishes work at 5 p.m. T / F
She prepares reports for each month. T / F
Lucy enjoys her work. T / F
Craig spends all his summer riding a bike. T / F
Skoro dzisiaj o czasie, to…
Pamiętamy jak się mówi godziny w języku angielskim?
Jeśli sobie przypomnieliśmy, to do dzieła:
Pora na dni tygodnia, pory dnia oraz miesiące:
Proszę znaleźć w poniższym diagramie 6 ukrytych nazw miesięcy oraz 5 nazw dni tygodnia:
T U E S D A Y C D W
H Q S T S J U L Y D
U J A N U A R Y N E
R L U W N S W I R C
S G G I D I W O H E
D H U M A R C H G M
A I S L Y P X E T B
Y L T F R I D A Y E
O M S O C T O B E R
W R M O N D A Y Q X
I to by było na tyle na dzisiaj. Pozdrawiam serdecznie!