Sep 28, 2011

Students' favorite songs and artists

Asked on Tuesday, 27 September. 

Here's the list of the songs and artists my 1st year students like to listen to:

Backstreet Boys (I want it that way)
Queen (Bohemian Rhapsody)
Stevie Wonder (I just called to say I love you)
Michael Jackson (Billie Jean)
Bon Jovi (It's my life)
The Beatles (Help!)
The Carpenters (Top of the world)

Utada Hikarru (Kremlin Dusk - Kingdom Hearts)
John Mayer (Say)
Michel Learns To Lock  (Take me to your heart)
Lady Antebellum (Need you now)
Katy Perry (Teenage dream)
Coldplay (Speed of sound)
Amy Winehouse (Back to black)
Christina Aguilera (Hurt)
Fall Out Boy (Saturday)
Red Hot Chili Peppers (Under the bridge / Cant't stop)

Green Day (American idiot / 21 guns)   

Aerosmith (AngelI don't want to miss a thing)

Chris Brown (Run it!)

Rhapsody (Dawn of victory) (?)


Sep 26, 2011

A-ha-Take On Me « Tune Into English - MLab

A-ha-Take On Me « Tune Into English - MLab:
Song of the week, maybe.
Anyway, "Tune into English" looks great for you to improve your English, using your favorite songs. Check it out!
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Visit "Tune Into English" site and find your favorite songs in its Karaoke section!

Sep 20, 2011

International flights

Yes, things have changed since 911...
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Traveling to and from the U.S. has become difficult since 9/11.
There are many checkpoints at the airports.
You can't take any liquid on the plane in your hand luggage.
One of my students bought a snowglobe.
It is a glass ball full of liquid.
When you shake it, it looks like it's snowing.
She put the snowglobe in her hand luggage, but they wouldn't let her
take it on the plane.
She had to leave it at the airport.
Poor girl!
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Sep 12, 2011

BBC News - Explosion at French nuclear site of Marcoule

BBC News - Explosion at French nuclear site of Marcoule:

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Watching the news on TV, I thought "OMG, I'm going to Belgium tomorrow!" But the accident happend in Marcoule, located at the south end of France, and Belgium is north from France. Also there has been no leak (so far), according to news sources.

So I don't think I have to worry too much about the accident.

Sep 7, 2011

Tune Into English

« Tune Into English:

Learning English through KARAOKE ... sounds like fun, doesn't it? I think I'll try this site next semester^^

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