Fall is upon us!!!

Fall is upon us!!!

TO ALL MY ESL STUDENTS and TODAY, to YOU, someone NEW! !

You are all invited to join in and be pro-active! This blog also belongs to you.

Here are some of the ways you can participate:

* COMMENT (even if you make mistakes) C'est pas grave!
You will get better and better! You cannot GO BACK!
PLEASE leave a COMMENT (click on comment at the bottom of post and follow instructions)

* SHARE INFORMATION with your classmates, they will surely appreciate your findings:
New ESL sites, stories, anecdotes, jokes, games ...
* WRITE what's on your mind! How you feel about your learning process.
You are not alone! Group 'therapy'!!!

HAVE a dose of FUN!!!
* LET me KNOW that you are there to encourage... ME TOO (inside joke)!

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Thursday, December 23, 2010

FROSTY the SNOWMAN with a little bit of PINK!!!


          





Here are some JOKES about snowmen                                I hope ''You get it'' and 
   have a great laugh!!


What do snowmen eat for lunch ?  Icebergers !

A Few More Funny Snowmen Jok
                             What do hungry snowmen put on their ice-burgers? Chilly sauce!

                                      What do you call a snowman on rollerblades?  A snowmobile

What do snowmen eat for breakfast?  Snowflakes.
 What sort of cakes do snowmen like? The ones with thick icing!
What do you get when you cross a vampire and a snowman? Frostbite.

About Frosty The Snowman Frosty the Snowman is a popular Christmas song written by Steve 'Jack' Rollins and Steve Nelson and recorded by Gene Autry and the Cass County Boys in 1950. Like Jingle Bells and several other songs about winter, Frosty the Snowman is considered to be a Christmas song despite not mentioning Christmas at all. It was written after Gene Autry recorded 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer' and the single sold 2 million copies.

FROSTY THE SNOW MAN.
If youn are looking for the 'words' to a song, 
they are called 'song LYRICS.
Type the title + lyrics and
 there are many sites that offer them.

Have a look!
                                     SUZANNE

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