“Your hand, your tongue: look like the innocent flower but be the serpent under’t” – Lady Macbeth Lady Macbeth uses this metaphor to describe her malicious and corrupt intentions. During this passage Lady Macbeth receives a letter from Macbeth informing her about the prophecy that the witches told him. Lady Macbeth becomes power hungry and […]

————————————————————————————————————————————————- William Shakespeare’s MACBETH Act 1, Scene 1 – Summary Characters: The three witches Location: A desert place Time: Unknown (Before the end of the battle) Events: The witches plan to meet again after the battle is over. They plan to meet Macbeth on the heath Quote: “Fair is foul and foul is fair” – […]

I am going to read ‘Quarantine, The Loners’ by Lex Thomas. I think that this will have a more appropriate skill level for Level 1 English

Two truths and a lie: Const: OK I’ll start: My mum’s from LA. I play badminton. I have eaten ants James: I’d say ants Bronson: Yeah, that’s what I think two. You guys there Const: That’s right James: OK. I once stole a glasses bag from a store I have a tradition of stealing candy […]

Sometimes it can be very easy to judge whether a person is lying during a spoken conversation rather than text language, whether it’s the tone of their voice or just their physical body language, these are things that can not be expressed through written language. An example of lying being easy to detect through an […]

Bronson: Umm, Okay. Two truths and a lie. First one, I’m ambidextrous, second one… Const: What does ambidextrous mean? Bronson: It means I can wright with both hands and do act… things with both hands. Number two, I have a cat called Mojo. Number three, I have lived in Wanaka almost my whole life Const: […]

Linguistic: Content of language, words Prosodic: Tone, sound Para-linguistic: Outside, gesture expression actions