Wednesday, December 1, 2010



Today in Social Sciences Paqui has given us the exams.
The exam was about economy. It was not to difficult. I've gotten  a 9.2.
One interesting thing is that Laura Muñoz has gotten a 10 in the exam, and in Social Sciences and with Paqui it is very difficult. Very good Laura! Congratulations!
Afterwards we have asked all our questions about the exam
("You have made a mistake, Paqui"; "you have not calculate the mark properly" and all this types of questions) Paqui  has collected the exams. All of them were more or less OK.
Afterwards we've started Unit 3 about the Primary sector, this unit is not so interesting like Unit 2, but it is a good unit.
We have read the page 30 on the book and we have checked the excercises one and two that we had for homework.
Afterwards we have copied some notes on the blackboard. One new thing we have learnt today is that mining is not a activity from the Primary sector, because the minerals need a transformation and all the transformation of raw materials are activities included in the Secondary sector.

That's all.

Bye, bye
Sorry  for the delay we were  buying Cristina's present.


Kelly said...

Hello Enrique,
Very good journal but you've made some careless mistakes. For example you wrote:

1. "I've had a 9.2." and "Laura Muñoz has had a 10 in the exam". The correct verb for an exam is "to get".

In American English the past participle is "gotten" and in British English the past participle is "got" So you should write, "I've gotten a 9" and "Laura has gotten a 10 on the exam." (A.English) or "I've got a 9" and "Laura has got a 10 on the exam."(B.English)

2. Also, in English you don't "make" questions, you "ask" them.

Congrats Laura for getting an amazing grade on the exam! We are very proud of you and you should be proud of yourself. :D

Enrique Vázquez said...

Hi Kelly,
OK I am going to correct it.
thanks for your advices.
When I was writing this sentence I know I will have some mistakes.


Good night.

Paqui Pérez Fons said...

Hello Enrique. Good journal. Just another correction: when you explain about the questions you have asked about the exams, you have written "You have make a mistake"There is something wrong in this sentence. I hope you find it.

See you on Friday.

Enrique Vázquez said...

Hi, Paqui
Yes the correct sentence is:
"You have made a mistake".
I'll correct.

Bye Bye.

Good Night

laura meco said...

Thanks Kelly and Enrique.
In really I'm very happy with my mark, I couldn't belive it!

dani said...

very good Enrique, I like the picture!

Diego López-Casero said...

very good yournal enrique you have done a hard work
bye bye