Domestic Accident!

Dear students,

I had an accident at three!, so I couldn’t tell you there was no class today. I’m OK. Don’t worry. But my knee /nii/ is hurt /heert/ (herida, dolida). I have a deep cut and I hurt my bone with the fall /fol/ (caída) on my stairs, but fortunately /fórtiu-net-li/ it’s not broken! Phew!!!

Now I am in bed with my laptop! Hurray for technology! ❤

I will be back on Monday, so please, come to class – Monday and Tuesday — OK?

For 1ºC and 1ºCAL: Can you please do the practical English section this week, and learn the Dialogue “Buying a coffee” by ear by heart for next Tuesday? 🙂 ❤

Y la gente con cosas de mínimos a cumplir pendientes para poder aprobar la continua que sepa que si no viene el lunes o el martes y entrega o hace lo pendiente, tendría que proceder como hablamos en clase, vale?

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12 responses to “Domestic Accident!

  1. I’m sorry. Take care!
    See you next Tuesday
    Elena 1 CAL

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  2. Marcela Hernandez

    Michelle please, take care of yourself!
    Many kisses.
    See you on Monday
    Marcela 1º B

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  3. Michelle, I wish you a quick recovery. Cheer up. See you on Monday.
    Jessica 1B.

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  4. Michelle, you should be more careful! Take a lot of care!!
    See you on Monday.
    Jaime 1B

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  5. Get well soon!
    Sara.

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  6. Dearest students!

    How sweet of you! Thanks SO much for your kind comments!
    (Qué cariñoso de vuestra parte)
    Yes, I was* not careful. I woke up* at 12.00 and instead OF goING downstairs for breakfast, I rushed* /rasht/ to my office to edit videos. Suddenly it was THREE!! So I ran downstairs, I made* /meid/ coffee, and I rushed upstairs with my full cup. That’s when I tripped* and fell*! The coffee flew* over and on my head (coffee hair when the doctor arrived!), and my right knee landed on the edge of a step!!! It was VERY painful! But I didn’t bleed* much. That was strange and lucky!
    So my partner is teasing me: you have to learn to go up the stairs, MF! 😀 You have to be more careful! ❤
    Oh, I cannot bend my leg much, that is why I have to stay home.
    I've been preparing two worksheets for you because I hate being ill or wounded /wundid/, so my best option was to forget about this! 😀 I'll upload THEM very soon.
    And next, I'm going to relax!
    I hope you have a lovely bilingual weekend, sweet English peacelings! ❤
    See you!
    michelle

    VERBS IN THE PRESENT AND THE PAST
    *am/is/are – was/were
    *wake up – woke up (despertar)
    *rush – rushed (ir con prisas, volando, a un lado) – the rush hour = la hora punta
    *make – made
    *trip – tripped (como verbo, tropezar)
    *fall – fell (caer)
    *fly – flew (volar, salir volando)
    *bleed /blíd/ – bled /bled/ (sangrar) – blood /blad/ = sangre – bloody = sangriento, jodido (en británico)

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  7. PS: I have checked your messages, OK? Copy them! ❤

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  8. Hello Michelle,
    I hope you`ll be well soon.
    Have a nice weekend.
    Bye.
    Mª Carmen. 1ºC

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  9. Michelle, I’m so sorry!!
    I hope you get well!
    See you on Monday.

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  10. carlos sanchez

    Hello Michelle, I am late! 🙂
    I’m really sorry about your accident.
    Be careful.
    Have a good Christmas and see you next year.
    We love you a lot.

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  11. Hello Michelle.
    I hope you are better.
    Kisses.
    See you on Monday.
    María José 1º B

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  12. Dear students!
    Thanks for your kind and loving messages!
    I’m really well now! My knee is fine! No problem! I can go up and down the stairs! I can climb mountains and reach for the moon!! 😀
    Thanks for a wonderful beginning of the school year! I’m really happy with your work. Please, don’t forget to listen to English every day! ❤ ❤ ❤
    PS: I corrected some mistakes, OK? Read all the posts again!
    HAVE A WONDERFUL END OF 2015 /twenty fifteen/ AND HAVE A WONDERFUL BEGINNING OF 2016 /twenty sixteen/

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