Internet in my life

The Internet in takes up quite a large part of my life, oddly enough, I can surf the Internet and on social networks, perhaps even the whole day.
I mostly use the internet for communication rather than anything else. But besides communication, I often watch anime over the same Internet.
Studying via the Internet is actually not as easy as it seems, maybe because of the WordPress itself, a slightly inconvenient application in itself. but in general, I like learning via the Internet, because it is very convenient to find information on the Internet about which you need to write or tell. however, this is not the only reason for the comfort of learning on the Internet, because you do not have to carry a bunch of books with you. After all, the Internet plays a very large role in our life, because we are developing and streaming to the future, too, mostly through the Internet.


Christmas Holidays in Japan

Japan is one of the most beautiful and unusual countries, where even Christmas holidays are celebrated in a very interesting way. Usually many Japanese go to temples on New Year’s, pray, and Japanese girls wear long, closed and beautiful dresses called kimano at such traditional events.The arrival of the new year is announced with 108 bells. They say that there are 108 pernicious worries, and each blow drives away one of them, bringing only happiness in the coming year.

On New Years in Japan, their traditional games are often played, and it is also considered a tradition to give money to children, this tradition is called otoshidama. Money is usually placed in small decorated envelopes called potibukuro. The amount of money that is put in an envelope depends on the age of the child, but if there are several children in the family, then the amounts are usually the same so that no one feels deprived.



1. A barista

Beige a barista is an interesting job because you meet new people everyday day plus making coffee is fun.


The Pros

1. You can financially help yourself and your parents.

2. You’ll be more confident, independent, and comfortable around strangers as the time goes on if you work as a barista or a job the requires communicating or being around people.

3. you’ll be able to treat your family or friends with little gifts here and there to make them happy.

The Cons

1. Having a part time job can have bad impact on your education if you dont organize your time.

2. The job itself might be very tiring for you can ruin your mood.

3. It can affect your rest time so you’ll be overworked.


  1. So many teens are succeeding in saving and that’s great.
  2. Research shows working while studying may be detrimental to high school graders.
  3. My teacher appreciated my getting a good grade


1. I cant help being considered irreplaceable even if im not

2. She supported i sacking which really upsets me.

3. Didn’t receive good results, i stand a little chance of getting into uni.

4. Got the job , i now regret applying

5. He was in the middle of telling off when i walked into the room.

6. Having a reliable source of income can be a strain on any family.


1. You develop a better sense of responsibility when your own money.

Earning your own money develops a better sense of responsibility.

2. I really don’t like to be told what to do.

I really don’t like being told what to do

3. The concern my parents have is that i work to hard.

My parents are concerning about me having to work hard

4. To be successful in life you are required to work hard.

Being successful in life you are required to work hard.

5. I tell my parents as soon as I receive any exam results.

On seeing the exam results , I immediately tell my parents.

6. The job market has got increasingly competitive so its essential to have good qualifications.

The job market is being increasingly competitive , good qualifications are essential.



  1. I haven’t watched TV for more than a week

I’ve seen this movie before.

This cinema has been showing the same films for weeks now.

If you’ve lost your ticket , you can’t come in.

You’ve been reading TV guide for an hour.Can I have a look now?

2. Chat show

Game programe

Drama series

Sit com

Sports show

The news

3. DANNY: Ben it’s my turn to watch TV.

BEN: just give me twenty more minutes.

DANNY: but you’ve been watching TV for more then two hours.Your not even allowed to watch so much TV.Does mom know?

BEN: yes , she does.Anyway I’m almost finished

DANNY: yes but I want to watch the news and it starts in five minutes.

BEN: you can watch it later.I really need to see the end of this.

DANNY: what is that your watching anyway?

BEN: CrimeWave

DANNY: What ,that American drama serials?

BEN: Yes ,that’s the one.its the last episode in the series.I can’t miss it.I watched all the others. I want to know how it ends.

DANNY: I’ll tell you how it ends.The policeman’s the murderer. Now let me watch my show.



Are the sentences true or false?

1.Fisherman’s Wharf, Ghirardelli Square and Pier 39 are all in San Francisco.


2. The Golden Gate Bridge is the shortest suspension bridge in the world.


3. Alcatraz is still a prison today.


4. You can see a surfboard damaged in a shark attack in the museum in Santa Cru. 


5.Ice skating is a popular activity on Venice Beach.TrueFalse6. You can meet real film stars at Madame Tussauds in Hollywood.


6. You can meet real film stars at Madame Tussauds in Hollywood.


7. The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles is dedicated to music and dance. 


8. Space Mountain is the name of one of the hotels in Disneyland.




Present Perfect Tenses — Exercise 3

Complete with the present perfect simple or the present perfect progressive.
1. It has been raining all day. (rain)
2. How long have you been waiting for me? (you wait)
3. I have known my girlfriend for two months. (know)
4. I have done my homework. Now I can go out. (do)
5. I have been doing my homework for three hours. (do)
6. What has she been doing all afternoon (she do)? She has been reading that book you lent her, but she has not finished it yet. (read / not finish)
7. Amanda is a famous film star. She has made about ten films. (make)
8. What countries have you already visited ? (you already visit)
9. Mike has had a cold since last Thursday. (have)
10. I’m tired. I have been working very hard today. (work)
11. Susan has tried to reach you by phone several times. (try)
12.He has never danced with Kate. (never dance)
13. Someone has eaten my chocolate. (eat)
14. How long has she been working as a lawyer? (she work)
15. We have been living here for eight years. (live)

Present Perfect Tenses — Exercise 4

Complete with the present perfect simple or the present perfect progressive.
1. We have been playing basketball for the last few hours. (play)
2. She has never lived in Berlin. (never live)
3. There have been a lot of earthquakes in California. (be)
4. It has been raining hard since yesterday evening. (rain)
5. They have already planned a birthday party for her. (already plan)
6. The department store is still closed. It has not opened yet. (not open)
7. They have been living in Boston since they arrived in the USA ten years ago. (live)
8. Have you been working on anything interesting lately? (you work)
9. His company has made a lot of money in the last years. (make)
10. I left her a message but she has not called me back yet. (not call)
11. My wife is exhausted because she has been working too hard all day. (work)

12. How many times Have you taken this exam? (you take)
13. The actress has deserved this award for a long time. (deserve)
14. Amanda has been learning Italian for more than three years. (learn)
15. How long has she studied French? (she study)

Present Perfect Tenses — Exercise 5

Fill in the present perfect simple or the present perfect progressive.
3. They have been repairing the car since three o’ clock and they have not finished yet. (repair / not finish)
4. He has already arrived at the airport. (already arrive)
5. How long has he been waiting for Linda? (he wait)
6. Have you bought all the presents yet? (you buy)
7. He has just passed the driving test. (just pass)
8. They have been playing cards all day. (play)
9. She has never met him before. (never meet)
10. She has not seen her since Friday. (not see)
11. We have been learning English since 5 years. (learn)
12. They have been looking for him all day but they have not found him yet. (look / not find)
14. Fred and Jim have been learning for their exam all day. (learn)
15. The girls have been swimming in the pool for two hours. (swim)

Exercise on Present Perfect Simple

Put the verbs into the correct form (present perfect simple).

  1. I have not worked today.
  2. We have bought a new lamp.
  3. We have not planned our holiday yet.
  4. Where have you been ?
  5. He has written five letters.
  6. She has not seen him for a long time.
  7. Have you been at school?
  8. School has not started yet.
  9. Has he spoken to his boss?
  10. No, he has not had the time yet.


1. Drinking red wine in small doses is better for you than not drinking at all!

It might come as a surprise, but several human trial studies have shown moderate red wine consumption to be better for you than not drinking at all. Why? The antioxidants found in red wine lower incidences of cardiovascular disease, mortality, and type-2 diabetes. Of course, if you drink more than you’re supposed to, the benefits are replaced by increased health risks. So, do yourself a favor.

2. Red wine’s health benefits come from tannin.

Pretty much everything in wine that’s not alcohol or water is a type of polyphenol. Polyphenols include tannin, color pigment, wine aromas, resveratrol, and about 5,000 other plant compounds. Of these polyphenols, the most abundant in wine for health reasons are Procyanidins, which are a type of condensed tannin also found in green tea and dark chocolate. This compound is specifically associated with inhibiting cholesterol plaque in blood vessels, which is highly beneficial to heart health and longevity.

3. Some red wines are better for you than others.

Not all red wines are made the same. Some wines have significantly higher levels of “good for you stuff” than others (condensed tannins–see above). For example, Caberbet Sauvignon has more condensed tannins than Pinot Noir, but both wines have much less than Tannat, Petite Sirah, or Sagrantino. While it’s rather difficult to determine which wines are best (exactly), here are some clues:

  1. Dry red wines are better than sweet wines.
  2. Red wines with lower alcohol (preferably below 13% ABV) are better than high alcohol wines.
  3. Red wines with higher tannin (those that are more astringent) are better than low tannin wines.

4. Young red wines are better for you than old red wines.

We’ve been told for years that old wines are the best wines. It’s true that some wines taste better when well-aged, but when it comes to the health aspects of wine, old wine isn’t as good! Young red wines contain greater tannin levels than any other type of wine.

5. The color in red wine comes from the grape skins.

The color in wine comes from a plant pigment called anthocyanin, which is found in the skins of red grapes.

6. As red wines age, they become lighter in color.

The color becomes less intense as wine agesVery old wines are pale and translucent in color.

7. Nearly all red wines are made from one species of grape.

All of the most common red wines, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot, and Pinot Noir are of just one species of grape: Vitis vinifera. There are certainly other species used for wine (there are some 65-70 vitis species), but they are very rarely used for wine. Vitis vinifera is commonly considered the wine grape species. And, get this, Vitis vinifera didn’t originate in France. It came from Eastern Europe!

8. Red grapes are older than white wine grapes.

The yellow and green-colored grapes that produce white wines are thought to have originally come from a DNA mutation of red grapevines. This is a pretty convincing hypothesis, since Pinot Noir and Pinot Blanc share the same DNA.

9. Red wines commonly contain less sulfites than white wines.

In general, sulfite levels in red wines are lower than white wines. This is because red wines tend to be more chemically stable than white wines and do not degrade as quickly.

10. Red wine grapes can be made into white wine.

Because the color comes from grape skins (and not the juice), it’s possible to make a white wine out of red grapes. The wine is made like white wine without contact with the grape skins. This happens more than you might imagine. For example, a Blanc de Noirs Champagne is a white sparkling wine made with Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier (red) grapes.



1. Hi Ann, speak of the devil, I was just telling my mom that you are great writer.

2. I’m going outside once in blue moon.

3. I will do that when pigs fly.

4. They really cut corners when they send me this.

5. Don’t judge the book by his cover maybe he’s a good guy.

6. Before the performance they wish me break a leg.

7. I had no choice so I decided to let the cat out of the bag.

8. We talk about everything except the elephant in the room.

9. Betty has work for hour on those irregular Spanish verbs, but no pain no gain

10. Are you feeling under weather today?