Archivo por días: 30/03/2014

A person I admire

This is our online test, for Pilar Pando’s class.


Justin Bieber

Born on March 1, 1994, in Stratford, Ontario, Canada, Justin Bieber was raised by a single mom in the small town of Stratford. Bieber, whose debut album, My World, hit stores in November 2009, is a true overnight success, having gone from an unknown, untrained singer whose mother posted YouTube clips of her boy performing, to a budding superstar with a big-time record deal, all in just two years.

Bieber always had an interest in music. His mother gave him a drum kit for his second birthday and, as he tells it, he was «basically banging on everything I could get my hands on.»

But it was an obscure talent contest in his hometown, in which the 12-year-old Bieber finished second that put him on the road to superstardom. As a way to share his singing with family, Justin and his mom began posting clips of Bieber performing covers of Stevie WonderMichael Jackson and Ne-Yo on YouTube.

Within months, Justin was an Internet sensation, with a large following of fans, and an eager manager arranging for the teenager to fly to Atlanta to consider a record deal. There, Bieber had a chance meeting with Usher, who eventually signed the young singer to a contract.

I chose Justin Bieber because I think he’s a great singer and also a great person, every month he donates money to charity. Also I have been listening to his songs since 2009 so I like him very much. There are a lot people who don’t like Justin Bieber and definitely I’m not one of that persons.


A: Hi Justin

B: Hi Cata

A: How do you deal with being one of the most popular singers in the world of teenagers?

B: Well, it’s heavy. I have a lot of responsibilities because everything I do is being watched by the entire world. It’s hard.

A: Did your fans like your latest album, Journals?

B: They loved it! My team and I have been working very hard on it.

A: How does it feel to have the most-viewed video on youtube?

B: Awesome, I never thought I would be so famous.

A: How many times have you been to Argentina?

B: Two, and I loved Argentina! It’s a beautiful country.

A: And what about your latest performance in Argentina?

B: Awful! I wasn’t feeling well so I had to retire. All my sorrys to the fans.

A: When you came to Argentina, you only came to Buenos Aires?

B: No, I also went to Cordoba; it’s a nice province,

A: What are the things that you most enjoy as beign a famous person?

B: All the love I recieve. It’s impressive, all the messages, photos and videos I get every day.

A: What about the use of twitter?

B: It’s great. I enjoy very much all the tweets I get from my fans.

A: Are you dating someone?

B: Right now no, but I have been dating Selena Gomez.

A: How do you deal with all the «haters»?

B:I don’t care about them, if they don’t like my music that’s OK, everybody likes different types of music.

A: How many brothers do you have?

B: Only one, Jaxon and a little sister, Jazmyn.

A: Do you miss your Canadian relatives?

B: Of course! I remember them every day.

A: What’s your favorite sport?

B: Ice-hockey.

A: And do you play ice-hockey?

B: Not anymore, when I used to go to school I did.

A: Well, goodbye Justin!

B: Goodbye!


How much do you know about Justin Bieber?


Revising tenses!

We have been revising tenses with our language teacher, Pilar Pando, and we’ve looked for this videos. Have a look!

Simple Future.

Used to talk about plans for the future.

Ex: Next week I am going to a trip with my friends.

Simple present.

Used to talk about doing something but not right now.

Ex: I work at a school.

Simple past.

Used to talk about something that happened in a past time.

Ex: Yesterday I ate at Kansas.

Future continous.

Used to talk about something that will be happening at a future time.

Ex: Tomorrow I am going to be at school.

Present continous.

Talks about what is happening now.

Ex: Mary is running at the park.

Past continous.

Used to talk about something that had been happening at the past.

Ex: Yesterday I did my homework.

Present perfect.

Used to talk about something that is done in this moment.

Ex: I have been studying at Las Cumbres since I was 5 years old.

Past perfect.

Used to talked about things that happened in the past before another thing in the past.

Ex: When the Mary arrived, the shopping had already closed.