What’s up? (older)

Squirrel_autumnHere you can know about what’s up, leave your comments and contact your school friends.

Remember: you are training your brain to learn a 3rd language: English.

So, write in English, pleeeeease!!

No problem if you have much difficulty.  You can sometimes mix Catalan an English and… let’s learn to use dictionaries and translators on line!

But please, don’t mix Catalan and Spanish.

Anyway, if you feel like, you also can practice Spanish at Catalan Kids’ Spanish Corner.

347 comments on “What’s up? (older)

    • Good evening, Mariona.
      Don’t worry. You only had to do your no finished activities from your Activity Book (Do you remember? until page 5).
      You can finish your timetable in English next day, at school.
      But today I have commented about “Català” and “Castellà” in your classroom: you can use Catalan and Spanish.
      You can find “castellà” in the Google Translator: at https://translate.google.es/?hl=ca&tab=wT#ca/en/castellà
      Good night.

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