jueves, 18 de febrero de 2016


In one hand, I think they should provide everyone with free medical care, because in Spain we have to pay the 'Social Security' and thanks to it, we have free medical care and medicines cost less. But there are por people who can't be hospitalized or attend by a doctor. There are also other countries such as England that provide complete free health care for their citizens, so the death reates are lower and it's easier to prevent diseases.

On the contrary, if the government provides free medical care for everyone, Spain will be a chaos. Foreigners from all parts of the world will came to Spain to be treated.

In conclusion, I reckon that we should have free medical care for the people who haven't enough any money to pay the 'Social Security'

Pau Gasol in the All-Star 2016 game in Toronto!!

Some articles to read:

Pau Gasol Sáez is a Spanish professional basketaball player who plays for the Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Jimmy Butter is Chicago Bulls swingman. Currently, he has got a strained left knee, so he will miss three or four weeks. The NBA has announced that Bulls big man Pau Gasol will take the place of Butler in the All-Star Game. Pau is very lucky because it's the sixth time that he has gone to this game.

But what's the All-Star Game?
It's an exhibition basketball game that will be played today. It will be the 65th edition and it will be the first time that the game will be held outside the USA, that is, in Toronto(Canada).

Toronto is the most populous city in Canada, the provincial capital of Ontario. In 2011, Toronto had a population of 2,615,060,making it the fourth most populous city in North America, after Mexico City, New York City and Los Angeles.

martes, 9 de febrero de 2016


What does commuter mean?
Do you know what's the meaning of 'Day in day out'?
Are you or any of your family a commuter? 

'Day in day out'is a habitual action that we do everyday. In Spanish it means 'Un dia sí, otro no'.
A 'Commuter' is a person who travels everyday for going to work, school or university.

There are lots of people who spend about two hours in subways, trains, buses, bikes everyday. But there are also about 900,000 people called 'Supercommuters' who are on route for more than four hours. In my opinion it's very hard! You spend almost the same hours working than the hours you spend going to work.

I reckon this happens especially in cities, because I live in a village and I spend only ten minutes to go to school. However, I remember when I was in Bath that we spent more than an hour in the bus to go to the school.

martes, 2 de febrero de 2016



                                                                                                              34 Whitehouse Rd                                                                                                               Oxford OX5 55K
                                                                                                              31st January 2016

Peter Bridges
Starlight Café
54 Market St
Oxford OX4 35D

Dear Mr. Bridges,

I saw your advertisement for part-time staff in the local paper, 'The world' last Saturday and I am writing to apply for a job as a kitchen helper in your café "Starlight Café" on Oxford.

I am seventeen years old and I am a student at the Mediterranean Sea School! I am responsible, intelligent and very friendly. Most people that have tasted one of my dishes have said that I am very good at cooking. I have worked as a chef in a restaurant twice and as a kitchen helper in a bar, so I know how to do the work and I am used to teamwork.

At the moment, I am working in a post office. It's too small and a bit boring, so I want to change my job to do something more interesting that I really love. The earliest date I could start working at the Starlight Café is Friday, 12th February.

I am sending you my photo, and I look foward to hearing from you.

Yours sincerely,

María José García.