Monday, 22 February 2016

Colorful Texas Sayings…

Kelsey Kemp, our American teaching assistant, has been telling us today about Colorful Texas Sayings like Common as cornbread, funny as all get-out, etc. Let me share some of what we have learnt today:


It’s better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick.
That’s close enough for government work.
Might as well. Can’t dance, never could sing, and it’s too wet to plow.
I could sit still for that.
You can’t beat that with a stick.


If that ain’t a fact, God’s a possum.
You can take that to the bank.
You can hang your hat on it.
You can bet the farm on it.
He’s so honest you could shoot craps with him over the phone.
If I say a hen dips snuff, you can look under her wing for the can.


Brave as the first man who ate an oyster.
Brave as a bigamist.
Brave enough to eat in a boomtown cafe.
He’s double-backboned.
He’s got more guts than you could hang on a fence.
He’d shoot craps with the devil himself.
She’d charge hell with a bucket of ice water.


He stays in the shadow of his mama’s apron.
If he was melted down, he couldn’t be poured into a fight.
He’s first cousin to Moses Rose.
He wouldn’t bite a biscuit.
He’s yellow as mustard but without the bite.
He may not be a chicken, but he has his henhouse ways.

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Friday, 19 February 2016

Fourteen facts you may not know about William Shakespeare

April 23 marks Shakespeare's 450th birthday (that's a lot of candles). 

We will soon be celebrating the Bard. Here are some lesser known facts about England's national poet.


Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Saint Valentine's Day at IES TURGALIUM.

We had a wonderful day at IES Turgalium while showing off our decorations for such a LOVE-ly day!

Friday, 12 February 2016

The History Of Saint Valentine's Day - Animated Narration

You learn something every day if you pay attention. ~Ray LeBlond


We did have a greatest day at school today!