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Saturday Morning Class

Welcome Iris , Ingrid , Jackeline , Briseida , Mayveline , Monica , Damaris , Raphael , Gerson , Nelson , Henry , Georgina .
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  1. Saturday Morning Class ITCA-FEPADE students were assigned to a Task : Elaborate a collage based on The Six Men Raising the Flag , Iwo Jima Battle on February 19th 1945 .
    Students receive the input , job aids and a presentation about the History , later on students present their expositions in front of the class.

    Well done guys .
    Congratulations .

    Posted by Moises_Gonzalez | June 6, 2014, 11:19 pm
  2. “Six men raising the flag” is a great history because talk about six men raises a flag in the Island Iwo Jima. Joe Rosenthal takes the picture more important the Second World War.

    Posted by Rafael | June 7, 2014, 9:21 am
  3. “SIX MEN RAISING THE FLAG”

    This history is about the six men raising the flag, they are a soldiers survive the World War, they are very famous.
    They will be good memory forever and proud of people of that place, on the island of Iwo Jima.

    Posted by Xochilth Miranda | June 7, 2014, 9:21 am
  4. This history is about six men, and how they give a moment so special to his country the United State. The marines go to the island iwo-jima, and the country want take this island so they fight whit the people who live in this island Iwo Jima and the United States wine the war and six man rise the flag. They’re like heroes for his country.

    Posted by Georgina | June 7, 2014, 9:21 am
  5. Six Men raising the flag.

    In World War II, this story is about one moment in time. The photographer Joe Rosental to capture a history image on film. The photograph shows six men and an American flag during a battle in World War II. The start of the war is generally held to be 1 September 1939 beginning with the Germany invasion of Poland and France declared de war.

    Posted by Jacqueline | June 7, 2014, 9:21 am
  6. The World War II
    The start of the war is generally held to be 1 September 1939 beginning with the German invasion of Poland, Britain and France declared the war. Event on December 7, 1941 was a bleeding event, Japan joined the Axis attacked The United States and second event, the Holocaust, was also a bleeding event. Killed more than 10,000 people, 3 events on 6 August 1945 the United States dropped atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Six Men Raising the Flag.

    Posted by Gerson | June 7, 2014, 9:21 am
    • The World War II
      The start of the war is generally held to be 1 September 1939 beginning with the German invasion of Poland, Britain and France declared the war. Event on December 7, 1941 was a bleeding event, Japan joined the Axis attacked The United States and second event, the Holocaust, was also a bleeding event. Killed more than 10,000 people, 3 events on 6 August 1945 the United States dropped atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Six Men Raising the Flag.

      Posted by Gerson Lopez | June 7, 2014, 9:23 am
  7. Six Men, a World War, a Pacific Island.
    This Monday is Memorial Day in the United States. The holiday honors the memory of the nation’s military dead. The small flag could not be seen clearly far below. Commanding officers ours the Marines to replace it with a much large one. Joe Rosenthal wanted to make a picture of the event. So he took his camera and began to climb slowly up the mountain.

    Posted by Rocío | June 7, 2014, 9:22 am
  8. The journalist Joe Rosenthal took one of the most widespread images of Word War ll. The battle of Iwo Jima, known as codename “Operation Detachment”, is name given to one of the bouts bloodiest of Word War ll. RID on the island of Iwo Jima between the forces of the army of the United States and the Empire of Japan from February to march 1945.

    Posted by Damaris Cortez | June 7, 2014, 9:22 am
    • The journalist Joe Rosenthal took one of the most widespread images of Word War ll. The battle of Iwo Jima, known as codename “Operation Detachment”, is name given to one of the bouts bloodiest of Word War ll. RID on the island of Iwo Jima between the forces of the army of the United States and the Empire of Japan from February to march 1945.

      Posted by Damaris Cortez | June 7, 2014, 9:30 am
  9. Rising the flag on Iwo Jima.
    This is the name of a historic photograph taken the day February 23, 1945 by Joe Rosenthal photograph. On the island of Iwo Jima Japan. The photo shows five United States Maine and a doctor of armed raising the America flag on Mount Suribachi during the battle of Iwo Jima of world war II. The people make a demand for the make statue because this were a events very import and this man were a hero, this statue is located in the War Memorial Marine corps United States, next Arlington National Cemetery, outside Washington, DC

    Posted by Steffany Hernández | June 7, 2014, 9:22 am
  10. My expectation is very good because this class is very dynamic and the teachers teach well. We fun much and the teacher knows much of the topics.

    Posted by willian | June 7, 2014, 9:22 am
    • MY EXPECTATION IN THIS CLASS
      My expectation is very good because this class is very dynamic and the teachers teach well. We fun much and the teacher knows much of the topics.

      Posted by willian | June 7, 2014, 9:24 am
  11. Six men raising the flag
    The history is very import, because there is a event between japan and united states, in December 7 1941 japan attack USA the pearls harbord.
    USA take the island a event import is tan six men raised the American flag. Joe Rosenthal photographers to capture a picture image on film in memory the six men

    Posted by maria castillo | June 7, 2014, 9:23 am
  12. Six men raising the flag
    The Monday is a memorial day in united stated. The holiday honors the memory of the nation´s military dead.
    This history is about six men raising the flag. The photographers Rosenthal capture a picture that represented the victory on Japon. When they took the Island Suribachi.

    Posted by nohemy martinez | June 7, 2014, 9:24 am
  13. In this war there was a huge genocide where Adolfo Hitler.was five millions jewesh kills,this war the renember evrybody the people in 1942 at 1945. The second world war was the armed conflict which broke out in 1939 between the axis powers (Germany,Italy and japan) and the allies (Britain,france and the soviet union) this war was a conflict evry big

    Posted by nelson | June 7, 2014, 9:25 am
  14. Six men raising the flag

    The six men raising the flag was heroes because they dead in the war after the raising the flag.
    For me was important than some person made remember these historical event, and was perfect than made a statue of the photograph the six men raising the flag on their memory.

    Posted by Briceida Carrillo | June 7, 2014, 9:26 am
  15. The photograph shows six men and an American flag during a battle in world war two, it on February twenty –three, nineteen forty five, on the pacific island of Iwo Jima, Japanese forces held the island. American marines were trying to capture it, but the small flag could not be seen clearly far below, the marines to replace it whit a much large one. Joe Rosenthal wanted to make a picture of the event. So he took his camera and began to climb slowly up the mountain.

    Posted by Monica | June 7, 2014, 9:26 am
  16. The word war there was a huge genocide Adolfo Hitler ordered kill to lot a people mostly Jewish the war the remember curry body the people in 19942 at 19945. In this terrific war were killed many innocent people .the Japanese army attacked pearl harbor in the USA after the U.S government throw two nuclear bombs on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki .

    Posted by Roberto | June 7, 2014, 9:37 am
  17. Homework.
    The simple present refers to situations that occur frequently, and use the present progressive to refer to situations that occur in the time we speak: for example situations that can see or hear.
    For this reason this form is often accompanied by adverbs of time as “now or at the moment.”

    Posted by Steffany Hernández | June 19, 2014, 11:05 am
  18. The difference between Simple Present and Present Progressive.

    The difference between the simple present and the present progressive is on the expression of time you want to use in prayer. for example, for the simple present the words that identify are: once, every, a week or weekdays; because they reference a habit or routine; instead on present progressive is used when the action is running and identify words as now, at the moment, today, tomorrow, tonight, next, etc.

    Posted by Briceida Carrillo | June 19, 2014, 4:52 pm
  19. The difference between the present simple and present progressive is:
    º The simple present is used to:
    Routines: every, once a week, etc.
    I work in a Hospital everyday.
    Permanent situations:
    She has a car.
    Frecuency adverbs: always, never, sometime, etc.
    I visit my family always.

    º The present progressive is used to:
    Actions are being done at the same time spoken:eating, sleeping, going, etc.
    I am eating an Apple.
    Accions i progress: now, at the moment, today, etc.
    I am going to the movie tonigth.

    Posted by Xochilth Miranda | June 20, 2014, 3:15 pm
  20. The difference between the present simple and present progressive:
    Present vs. Progressive Tense
    A significant difference between these two tenses is we use the simple present tense for things that are permanent or are in general and the present progressive tense for things that may change or are temporary.
    Compare:
    Permanent Temporary
    Simon lives in Birmingham. Simon is living with his friends for now.
    James smokes. James is smoking in the kitchen.
    We walk to work. We’re walking in the park.
    I speak English. I am speaking English right now.

    Simple Present Tense
    We use the simple present tense:
    1. For facts
    • Whales live in the ocean.
    • Aconcagua is the highest mountain in Latin America.
    • The flight from Chile to Australia is thirteen hours.
    2. For repeated or regular actions
    • Flights to Buenos Aires leave every hour.
    • I eat breakfast at the table.
    • We work every day of the week.
    3. For habits
    • I brush my teeth three times a day.
    • He only drinks Martinis.
    • We celebrate Christmas on the twenty-fifth of December.
    4. For things that are generally true in the present time period:
    • Boca Juniors is the best team in Argentina at the moment.
    • She is my girlfriend.
    • We study English.

    Present Progressive Tense
    We use the present progressive tense:
    1. When somebody is doing something at this moment.
    • Sarah is changing her clothes right now.
    • Her boyfriend is waiting for her.
    • We are learning the progressive tense in English.
    2. When something is happening at this moment. When the action has started but hasn’t finished.
    • It is snowing at the moment.
    • The economy is growing at an exponential rate.
    • The children are sleeping, so please be quiet.
    3. To talk about something that is happening around the time of speaking but not necessarily at that exact moment.
    • Alfredo is studying a lot for his exam.
    • I’m reading a great book. (not necessary right at this moment)
    • We are planning a trip to Jamaica.

    Posted by Gerson Lopez | June 20, 2014, 4:02 pm
    • what’s the difference between the Present Simple / Present Continuous and how to use them?

      We use the present simple tense when we want to talk about fixed habits or routines ,things that don’t change.
      We use the present continuous to talk about actions which are happening at the present moment, but will soon finish.
      Compare these two statements:
      (present simple) I play tennis.
      (present continuous/ progressive) I am playing tennis.
      (present simple) ‘I play tennis’ tells us that playing tennis is something the speaker always does. It is part of a routine or habit. We can call this a permanent situation.
      (present continuous/ progressive) ‘I am playing tennis’ tells us that the speaker is playing tennis right now. Soon the game will be over. We call this a temporary situation.

      Posted by maria castillo | June 20, 2014, 5:51 pm
  21. For the present progressive we need to use the “personal pronoun” + “verb TO BE” + “ing” at the end of the verb.
    But, for simple present we only use the “personal pronoun” + the simple form of the verb, without using the verb “TO BE” neither “ing”.

    Posted by rafaalex0901 | June 20, 2014, 8:02 pm
  22. The difference between simple present and present progresive
    1.We use the simple present tense:
    For repeated or regular actions
    for example: We work every day of the week.
    For habits
    for example:I brush my teeth three times a day.
    simple present is formed for:
    subject + verb +complement

    2.Present Progressive Tense
    We use the present progressive tense:
    1. When somebody is doing something at this moment.
    Sarah is changing her clothes right now.
    Present Progressive Tense is formed for:
    subject +verb be +main verb +ing +complement

    Posted by nohemy martinez | June 21, 2014, 3:47 pm

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