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... which included a surgery, birthing room and dormitories. All this in the three cities was possible due to the fortifications built by the Knights. The Musuem and in particular the air raid shelter was extremely interesting. Nest was the Roman Inquisitor's Palace. This was originally built by the Knights as a law court but when they moved to Valletta it was derelict for many years. After the Reformation the pope at the time (can't remember who) ...
Today is our last day in Malta. Terry was up early taking shots of the sunrise as well as the Upper Barrakka Gardens which are next door to our apartment. We decided to roam around the town of Valletta again today. It is another hot day and with two cruise ships in the wharf it is a little crowded and soon time for a cold drink. Terry wanted photos of Strait Street so we went ...
... says, "Washy-washy, happy-happy"! Some sing it, others even dance while spraying you. Last night, at the end of the big show, there was an appreciation recognition for the crew. The grand finale was when the hand sanitizing crew danced to the song "Happy" with a spray bottle in one hand. It was so dorky, but entire audience sang along, danced or clapped. It was contagious. Better to sing and dance than to get sick like they report on the ...
New week. This week I'm teaching a Russian student, who is an absolute beginner. Meaning she cannot say one sentence in English. In this case, in terms of grammar, you start with the present simple.
+ I live in Moscow.
- I don’t live in Moscow.
? Do you live in Moscow? +Yes, I do -No, I don’t
I drill this (repeat several times) and elicit sentences from words. Then act out a dialogue, correcting mistakes.
... of the people in its pages. He even showed me a crazy cat lady, who I’m pretty sure I’ve seen before because there were 20 cats on her balcony at the time! Tony remembers when the American servicemen lived on the island. They would give the kids chewing gum and cigarettes. Tony said he would be paid to do other kid’s school work while they took the Americans to visit the ‘nice girls’ on Strait Street.
Strait Street was full ...