Posts Tagged ‘keys’

Reminder (the ideal carpet at the main door)

7 January 2020

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Just a reminder when one leaves home:

DO NOT FORGET watch, keys, wallet

DO NOT FORGET sunglasses, cell phone (& charger)

DO NOT FORGET book, propelling pencils


glasses, rucksack, typewriter (iPad mini)






Foreign language teacher´s luggage in the classroom

5 December 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

[Charleston College, South Carolina (USA)]


Foreign language teacher´s luggage in the classroom

Rucksack, keys, watch
Handbooks on grammar, literature, vocabulary &c
Cell phone (and charger)
Laptop / tablet

Blocs, pens, propelling pencils
Rubber, rubber bands, labels
Bookmarks, paper clips, stapler
Sticky tape, pencil case, CD player
post-it, files, markers

Dossier 1.- attendance table / marks table (excel) / classroom notes / notebook exercises
Dossier 2.- PPA / wordlists / planning (term) / oral assessments


E. Fouz.-5.12.19



Foreign language teacher´s luggage


All the solutions to the English examinations here

16 April 2016

twitter: @eugenio_fouz


WTF? This is a damned prank! &*#®rrghh

Key answers to exercises (sample of English language at ESL 2)

17 October 2015

twitter: @eugenio_fouzstuff in the classroom

Key answers

Esl 2 – @moodle

Corrected exercises. –

Business results. Pre-intermediate

Practice file. Lesson 1

Page 102.


Exercise 2.

2 head, 3 operate, 4 subsidiaries, 5 employees, 6 sell, 7 goods, 8 make,

9 competitors


Exercise 1.

2i, 3a, 4e, 5j, 6c,

7g, 8b, 9d, 10f


Exercise 1.

2 is, 3 specialize, 4 starts, 5 works, 6 start, 7 have, 8 specializes, 9 are, 10 work


  1. does 5, c. do you have 7, d. is 2, e. do 10, f. are 9, g. does 1, h. start 6, i. does 4, j. does 8


Handy luggage

18 May 2015

twitter: @eugenio_fouz


Playa de las catedrales, Ribadeo (Lugo)


book, pen / pencil, bloc

mp3, camera, radio

Mac Book, iPad mini, phone

watch, keys, wallet

chargers, glasses, bags

Workbook conditions

9 December 2012

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Red Nose Day (UK)

Red Nose Day (UK)


1. /Write your name and surname in ballpen


2. /It is not a good idea to use a workbook from a veteran student with the answers on it.


3. /Write in pencil


4./ Do one page every day in the classroom or at home


5./ Do not cheat, that is, do not copy the answers from a classmate


6./ Do not write in Spanish


7. /Understand messages: do not finish a task if you do not know the meaning of the words you are writing


8. /Enter moodle every week or every two weeks to search for keys to the workbook or some other issues



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