REMEMBER: Each sentence needs to be around 15 words each. Sentence #1 is 4-6 facts and Sentences #2-#6 are 3-5 facts. Explain what each fact is!
Write ONE paragraph on page 6.
Use your 4-5 facts from the six boxes on page 5.
One box = One Sentence!
Remember letter size.
Sentences #2-6 = need to include 3 - 4 facts. Remember to explain what things are!
Use Google / Yahoo / Bing etc
73% of the Internet is written in English!
This means that when looking for answers / information - it is usually easier in ENGLISH!
Only 3% of the Internet is in 日本語! But of course sometimes it is better to look in Japanese!
When using English on your smartphone / laptop please use the QWERTY keyboard!
1: What is Jaime's favourite colour?
2: What is Jaime's favourite convenient store?
3: What is the population of England?
4: What year was Santiago in Chile founded?
5: How many olympic sports will be at Tokyo 2020?
6: What does KLM stand for?
7: What is Toad-in-the-Hole?
8: Which soda comes from Waco in Texas?
9: How many episodes of the English News Weekly Podcast are there?
10: What colours are England's flag?
11: What creature is on the Manchester United FC badge?
12: How many calories in a Blossom Roll at Yo! Sushi restaurant?
13: What is Jaime's lucky number?
remember these points if you can...
English Writing - Common Mistakes
1: Avoid short sentences.
2: The alphabet must be written in the correct size.
3: Topic Sentences
4: Capital letters
5: Paragraphs must have a theme.
6: Maximum of two commas in a normal sentence.
My name is Jaime Selwood and I was born in Oxford, England. However my hometown is a small village called Ellington in the North-East of England, near the city of Newcastle. Some other interesting things about are that I have lived in Japan for 19 years - all of them in Hiroshima! So Go Carp! Go Sanfrecce! Actually I am not that bothered my baseball - it is very slow - my hobbies include football, golf, reading and mahjong. My favourite football team is Manchester United ) and my favourite location in the world is Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland.