Hello there! Call me an addict. I know I am addicted to my Starbucks French roast coffee. It's the closest I can get to Brazil. Bourbon Santos is perfumed, for export only. French roast, its subtle bitter-acid taste is cut for my wake-up call.
I saw a really pretty B&W photo in the Brazilian blog Pensar Enlouquece. Check it out. Starbucks again.
I await the aborrecente, a compound of aborrecer, verb meaning to upset + the cente of adolescente. He takes his time in the shower, still has school work for Wednesday, and Daddee sleeps.
Below there are two topics of your choice plus Links. One is a two-post example of how to teach or learn listening comprehension using a well-known film clip.
The other is a contest, just for fun. There is a Flickr set in my URL. Use three of the photos to make up a journal blogging type post. The C+V text, C+V Text, C+V Text. The winners will get a little something plus they'll be published here. Mark Cullen is a pretty good writer. Did you like his poem in Links of the Day? Seth A. and Freaky Deaky are great writers.
Now, with you, the Great Poet in my generation, the Poet Laureate, I call him; Paulo Henriques Britto, the winner of the 2004 Portugal Telecom prize with Macau showing you his English poetry writing.