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Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Where is the best place to live?

Many people say London is the best city in the world? Do you agree?


Where is a better place to live a big city with all its pollution, crowds and noise or a remote rural area by the sea?

Saturday, 25 January 2014

Good mood or bad mood?


I normally don`t like this kind of photo but this one caught my eye. I love the facial expression and feeling of joy she displays. It contrasts starkly with the ugly hairy camel sitting beside the girl.

Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Winter Blues

This is a great photo of the misty, dull sky that we often get at this time of year. 

I like the close- up of the tree branches in the foreground, providing some interest and colour. It is bleak and cold but there is a hint of Spring and better, warmer days.

Sunday, 19 January 2014

English Lingo


 Good moods more Lingo

  • I'm really buzzing!
  • I'm having a really peachy time!
  • I'm walking on air!
  • I'm on cloud nine!
  • I'm totally over the moon!
  • Everything's cool!
  • I haven't got a care in the world!
All these mean life is good - make the most of it!

Music

Health

Sport

Relationships

Food

Going out

Moods

Work

Texting

Money
 Bad moods

  • I've had the day / the meeting / the holiday / the week from hell! - Everything has gone wrong!
  • I've had a nightmare of a week! - I've had a really bad time this week!
  • I couldn't care less! - That means nothing to me!
  • He's been really edgy / on edge / snapping at everyone recently - He's been really irritable lately.
  • She went ballistic! / threw a wobbly! / had a complete fit! / hit the roof! / blew her top! - She was really angry!
  • Ooh, Daniel makes my blood boil! - He makes me really angry!
  • He was really badmouthing his old company! - He was saying some unpleasant things about his old company.

Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Where in the world is it?


1. It is not in the U.K
2. There are no polar bears here.
3. Some birds love it here

Thursday, 2 January 2014

Living by the sea

There is a lot to be said for living in a warm climate and close to the sea. This must be what they mean by Jumping for joy.