martes, 14 de noviembre de 2017

Comentario:Putin's law

Putin's law
Most people in the world smoke ... Smoking is not good for your health, (tobacco harms)
As some people say, tobacco is a vice and also kills. Once you smoke a cigarette you can not take it off, very few people in the world have been able to take it off.
When some people smoke in a public place or a closed place to other people they are affected by smoke and can become those people who smoke. So what Putin says may be a good idea because there will be fewer people who smoke. Smokers die more before those who do not smoke. Damages various organs and body parts.


Comentario:The Alhambra

The Alhambra
The Alhambra is in Granada. It is formed by a set of palaces, gardens and fortress. It served as accommodation for the monarch and the court of the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada. In 2016 it was the second most visited monument in Spain; 2 615 188 visitors.
What I like the most about the Alhambra is its decoration, its gardens, its views and the patio of the lions.
It is worth going to visit the Alhambra and its city.

My my favorite room of the Alhambra

lunes, 13 de noviembre de 2017

Comentario students organization

how should students  be organized?

Some people become stressed when they have many exams in a row are stressed, and especially people who have activities in the afternoon.
When the last weeks of the school arrive, it is the date when they put the exams (the most important) are more followed the people get stressed do not know how to organize. During that week we have to make an extra effort to pass the exams and be able to enjoy a good summer     if   the contents of the subject are too many  In order to study better and get better the exam we have to meet a series of requirements:
-Organize yourself
-Study in a study site without noise.
- Be focused, without getting lost, or entertain yourself.
-To have a necessary rest
-Don't take the phone before going to bed (You can not sleep well)
-You have to study in time, if the subject is too long.
The exams are always stressful for everybody.


domingo, 5 de noviembre de 2017

A Photo descrption

My family cycling

Hi Mary:  
Look at this picture of my family. They are on route because they are bored. They can choose, to watch a film or leave the road with their bikes. The man in the blue shirt is my son, the woman on his left is my aunt and the girl who is behind is my favorite cousin .The others also are her daughters also. The countryside that surrounds them is very beautiful and natural.
If they continue straight and turn right, when they arrive at the first cross they will arrive at my farmhouse, so I hope they come to visit me,because we have not seen each other for a long time .
See you later

sábado, 4 de noviembre de 2017



Why are some people allergic?
Some people are allergic and most of them  are allergic to dust or milk to the most common but there are are people who have allergies to more things due to pollution.
They say that it is due to contamination, before we did not know what they were allergic to, but now there is medication to remove allergies or reduce them.
we must pollute less and put  less sugar into the food we eat cannot eat.
I know people who have many allergies and do not feel well and can not eat all the food.

jueves, 2 de noviembre de 2017


                                             Description of a person   

Rafa Nadal
He is the best tennis player in the world.
He is young,strong,intelligent and  sympatic.He has got long hair and almost always has a headband.He is tall.
He likes watchs film,plays the videogames and  plays tennis.
He is Spanish and he lives in Manacor.

martes, 20 de junio de 2017

                                                  Marie Curie

Was a Polish, nationalized French scientist. Pioneer in the field of radioactivity, was the first person to receive two Nobel Prizes in different specialties - Physics and Chemistry-Cy and the first woman to occupy the position of professor at the University of Paris. In 1995 was buried with honors in the Pantheon of Paris by its own merits.

 She was born in Warsaw, in what was then the Zarathus of Poland, administered by the Russian Empire. He was a clandestine student at the "floating university" in Warsaw and began his scientific training in that city
She was the fifth daughter of Władysław Skłodowski, a middle school teacher in Physics and Mathematics - as well as her grandfather - and Bronisława Boguska, who was a teacher, pianist and singer.12 Maria had four older brothers: Zofia (1862-1876 ), Józef (1863-1937), Bronisława (1865-1939) and Helena (1866-1961).

He died in 1934, aged 66, at Sancellemoz sanatorium in Passy, due to an aplastic anemia caused by exposure to radiation by holding test tubes with radio in his pockets during the investigation9 and in the construction of mobile lightning units X of the First World War.10
Her history

In 1891, at age 24, he followed his older sister, Bronisława Dłuska, to Paris, where he completed his studies and carried out his most outstanding scientific work. She shared the 1903 Nobel Prize for Physics with her husband Pierre Curie and physicist Henri Becquerel. Years later, she won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911. Although she was a French citizen, she never lost her Polish identity: she taught her daughters their mother tongue and took them on her visits to Poland.4 She named the first chemical element she discovered, polonium , As your country of origin.