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Libro Digital - Wonder 6 Student's book. Libro Digital - Family and Friends 6 Workbook. MONTJUÏC Primary School ENGLISH CLASSROOM: PRIMARY 6. Everyone agrees that Molly Malone is one of the more famous people in the history of Dublin. Whether she’s a person who ever really existed is another question. She’s certainly one of the strangest icons ever commemorated officially by a city government. The statue of her on lower Grafton Street, erected in 1987, depicts a woman in a 17th century dress that shows so much cleavage Madonna might be unwilling to wear it. The old song about her, “Cockles and Mussels," is a sort of unofficial anthem of Dublin, sung regularly by fans at soccer and hurling matches.

M.B.COSSÍO-Our English Blog 6th Grade: *U.0-Welcome. Get the <a href=" English Fun (horizontal)</a> widget and many other <a href=" free widgets</a> at <a href=" Not seeing a widget? (<a href=" info</a>) *U.0-Welcome WELCOME* GRAMMARFriday, 24th October: Grammar TestMore exercises: "The more, the better"1.- Present Simple and Continuous2.- Past Simple: Regular / Irregular (list nº1-16)1.- Future: "going to" - "will"2.- Present Perfect3. Etiquetas: unit 0-Welcome Enlaces a esta entrada Crear un enlace Entrada más recienteEntrada antiguaPágina principal. El blog de ViverEnglish: UNIT 0: WELCOME! - PRIMARY 6. Primary 6º - Colegio LAR [Vigo] Adjective technology. Revision of present simple, present continuous, past simple, going to future Going to future, question words, use of have got and future.

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