domingo, 17 de marzo de 2013

My relationship with my parents.

We all have in our mind the picture of the happy family: there's no more than huge shared smiles and never-ending hugs. These are the enjoyable moments in life, but what about the ones that we prefer not to remember? Those moments really prove how good the family is.

There hasn't been a lot of Ariel-commercial moments in my family, but what makes me appreciate them is how they cope with the shadowed side of the familiar story, no smiles, no hugs, but everything which is necessary to solve problems, arguments and though situations.

I short, I will be result of what they are, but however, I won't be like them, I have been influenced by them, and I will try to make it better than them, so I can influence my sons and they will follow and overcome my steps.

lunes, 28 de enero de 2013

lunes, 24 de diciembre de 2012

Green Street Holligans' Review.

Stand your ground.

This film is usually seen as a senseless film whose only goal is showing bloody fights in an attractive situation to teenagers: football. However, many viewers claim that it has a deep meaning between fight and fight.

The main point of the plot is the evolution of a justkickedoffromHardvard-american who travels to London who gets associated with the brother of her sister's husband, who is associated with the GSE, the firm of the West Ham United FC. Elijah Wood successfully performs the character of Matt, so does Charlie Hunnam, however, the most outstanding actors in the film were undoubtedly Claire Forlani and Leo Gregory, who showed lots of emotions and had the most difficult characters. However, Leo sometimes crossed the line between a great actor and an overactor.

Meanwhile, the script was average with some low points and some amazing highlights. Lexi Alexander also fulfilled her role by creating a barely seen and emotional undertone from which we can learn some valuable advice.

In short, the quality of the film just depends on the person who watches it. It might me either a senseless sequence of violence or an incredible social criticism.

sábado, 17 de noviembre de 2012

Complaiment Letter.

67 Cristobal Colon Bulevard
Burgos, Spain.
29th February 1873

2nd year of Bachillerato Students Affairs Coordinator.
Liceo Castilla, Marcelino Champagnat St.
Dear Sir or Madam,

I am witting in order to complain against the huge amount of exams students must fullfit in a very short period of time. The average mark is dizzily decreasing, and without a doubt, this is the reason.

I am not the only student to claim that, numerous students feel uncomfortable about the dates set for the exams, causing they are not able to cup with such a large quantity of exams.

To worsen the situation, the order of subjects doesn't help to improve the situation, being days in which two consecutive exams are the ones which more study need to be passed.

I strongly urge you to change the dates and amount of exams, students are been obviously influenced by this issue, and we would not like to live again this situation.

Looking forward for your reply.
Yours faithfully,

Miriam Peña

lunes, 22 de octubre de 2012

A for and against essay.

Fame isn't the men's final goal. Or is it? This quality exists since society exists. A little piece os it is the chosen to be known by the others. Anyway, being famous can be considered either a price or a punishment.

People gifted with the quality of fame do not always use it in the way they should, moreover they are supposed to be a role model for an average person; however they don't realize their responsibility with the community.

Rewarding their responsibility, famous people are usually between the richest, and that's not a coincidence. Wealth, glamour and influence are all of them side effects of fame, so we can not judge by his own the phenomenon, but with all its consequences.

In short, whatever you want or not to became famous, that won't change what is going to happen, so lean to be happy being yourself.

sábado, 20 de octubre de 2012

Description of a photo.

This picture shows four teenagers. Two of them are dressing a sparkling costume, and the other two wear tracksuits which point out they represent the USA in some kind of sport competition. Behind them there's a gray-haired man who is probably their coach. The background is covered by huge amounts of people who seem to be cheering them. 
By their reaction we can guess that they won the competition at least they reached their expectations. They will have surely done their best that day to earn that victory. There is such a quantity of spectators that the event in the picture must be quite important.
After getting on the podium and taking the medals, and been interviewed, It is likely that they will have been prepared a celebration by their families, and finally, returning to the gym for train expecting to win the next competitions.