Sonnet 18 : Inversion

Our teacher told us to look up for  a poem or a song that contains inversión on it. This is Sonnet 18 by William Shakespeare.

Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?
Thou art more lovely and more temperate:
Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,
And summer’s lease hath all too short a date:
Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines,
And often is his gold complexion dimm’d;
And every fair from fair sometime declines,
By chance, or nature’s changing course, untrimm’d;
But thy eternal summer shall not fade
Nor lose possession of that fair thou ow’st;
Nor shall Death brag thou wander’st in his shade,
When in eternal lines to time thou grow’st;
So long as men can breathe or eyes can see,
So long lives this, and this gives life to thee.

Descripted Writing

      Descriptive Writing


Choose one of the following places and write a description about it. 200 words. Use the vocabulary studied in class.

      While I was walking on the green grass full of little yellowish flowers, I can see how the huge mountains surround the house which seems to lured people from the outside.

        Mountains are covered with old green trees. Also the summit of the mountains are all completely covered by white snow. The air became cold as you walk closer to mountains where it comes down because of the sun which shines on the frozen white snow. Moreover, from the ground it can also be seen the rocky mountain with a grayish color as all the set of highlands.


      However, the mansion is surrounded by the intensive and cloudless sky, the natural green trees and the mountains. The residence, is full of brown and gray colors, caused by the nature sensation that it is also combined with the different shades of green. The house makes you feel relax by the cold sensation of air that comes from the mountains.


Language Test : Tenses

Language Test

Senior 3


Write a paragraph (80-90 words) saying what has happened to the male character. Use a variety of tenses: simple past, past continuous, past perfect and conditional type 3. Then look for an example of:

Simple Past:

Past Continuous:

Past Perfect:

Conditional type 3:


In this extract from Once upon  a time, the woman is telling the boy the true story about the moment when she found him. She said that while she was in the road, she remembered that she forgot the phone on the office but the woman did not give importance to the phone. However, something made her return to the office, this means that if she had not forgotten the phone she wouldn’t had been driving at that time. In the road she saw a man who was unconscious freezing in  the side of the road. Then she drove him to the doctor, who said that if ten minutes had passed, he would had been dead.
upon a time, the girl is



Write a paragraph (summary) of 80- 90 words of the story The Escape. Answer the questions in a paragraph. Include a variety of tenses: simple past- past perfect- past continuous and present perfect.

       What is the story about? What are the main events in the story, and how are they
related to each other?
    Are the main events of the story arranged chronologically, or are they arranged in
another way?

What are the conflicts in the plot? Are they physical, intellectual, moral or
emotional? Are they resolved? How are they resolved? Is the main conflict between
good and evil sharply differentiated, or is it more subtle and complex?
    What is the climax of the story and at what point in the story does the climax occur?

What is the setting of the story?

Who is/are the main character(s) in the story? What does the main character look
Describe the main character’s situation. Where does he/she live? Does he/she live alone or with others? What does the main character do for a living, or is he/she
dependent on others for support?
What are some of the chief characteristics (personality traits) of the character?

What point of view does the story use? Is the story told from a first-person
perspective, in which the narrator is one of the characters in the story, and refers to
himself or herself as “I”? Or is the story told from a third-person perspective, in which
the narrator is not one of the characters in the story or may not participate in the
events of the story?
Is it consistent in its use of this point of view? If shifts are made, are they justified?
What are the advantages of the chosen point of view?


The Gold Cadillac is a story about an African American family during the civil rights years where people, especially african american people were discriminated. Their father, Wilbert, has just bought a new Cadillac which was uncommon for people and families which can not afford them. The mother, Dee, is not comfortable and happy about this car because she wanted to buy a house in a better neighbourhood. Also, Dee is angry and refuse to get in and ride the car up to Mississippi bit then she accepted to travel.However, both girls, Wilma and Lois, loved the car which their father had recently buy because is from a upper class and is better than the one they hah. Finally, the whole family traveled to the south in the gold Cadillac to visit their relatives. On the way to Mississippi, the police stop the car and claim that this car had been stolen because it is supposed that african american had no money to buy such a car. At the end of the story, Wilbert decides to sell the car so that they can achieved that house which Dee wanted to buy. Furthermore, the story is written in first person and is from one of the characters of the story, Lois, one of the girls. Lois being the narrator of the story brings advantages, is useful because we can know the story from another perspective

«The Tell Tail Heart» Comic

For our Language Class Pilar  asked us to create a comic with a dialogue between two characters of the story that we have read in class that is “The Tell Tail Heart” This two characters were the narrator and the police. I worked with Luz Esteban and Olivia Obligado.

Here is our comic:

Hurricane Maria : news report

Hurricane Maria destroyed countries


    The hurricane started on Monday 18th in the afternoon on Dominican Republic,  Antigua y Barbuda. The storm made landfall at Yabucoa in Puerto Rico’s southeast shortly after 6 a.m, with winds as strong as 155 m.p.h. Last week, Hurricane Maria was 185 miles southeast of Puerto Rican capital San Juan, and St. Croix, had injured 55,000 people,half the population of the US Virgin Islands.

    Moreover, tropical storm conditions were expected to begin on the southern coast of the Dominican Republic worsening the hurricane conditions. The storm moved on to the Turks and Caicos Islands and the southeastern Bahamas. Also, it moved to Yabucoa in Puerto Rico’s, with winds as strong as 155 m.p.h. It had crossed the United States Virgin Islands as a Category 5 storm, this category is extremely dangerous for this country and population.

    However, the public health and infrastructure systems had been damaged  so, they sent professionals to the mainland.

    In conclusion, the countries had suffered a terrible hit from nature, as well as the population. They will have to repair all the chaos that the streets and casualties had been destroyed. Houses and buildings should be reconstructive again and all the cities.

Diary Entry An eye for an Eye

Diary Entry

Our teacher, Pilar Pando, told us to write a diary entry (individual)  in connection with the story we had already read, An Eye for An Eye. The task is from the web side Lenguas Vivas where we had to do another activities. But this activities we have to do it in pairs or in groups, my group was: Valentina Re and Marcos Okecki.

3)Write a diary entry for Mary Banks as if you had just returned to your prison cell after
your interview with Sir Matthew. Narrate the events that took place from your
perspective. Include your feelings, impressions and future prospects.

Dear Diary,

I had just returned to my prison jail after my interview with Sir Matthew. I was highly strung and sensitive because he interrogated me with questions that made me feel uncomfortable with the situation. Sir Matthew knew I was responsible for my husband’s murder. So, I pretended to be in the hospital when my husband was dead, because he hited me, so I need to go to the hospital because I pretended to be blind. However, Sir Matthes did not believed my version of the story. I felt in hurry. My heart was beating fast every passing moment.

Nevertheless, while Sir. Matthew was interrogating me, he took his glass eye from the socket. I couldn’t resist the impact when the man extracted his eye from the socket. The reaction of my face was full of fright. Due to this, the lawyers realised that I wasn’t blind and that my case was manslaughter.

Lastly, I think I would be in jail for a couple of year and then I expect to be in total freedom so I can repair the damaged I had caused to my husband and my family.