Personal Information//*

Mi foto
My Name is Daniela I am 17 years old, my Zodiacal Sign is Cancer the day that born is the 16/07/1992 in Chile in the region of Santiago/ Puente Alto. My Hobbies are listen to music, sing, Draw, dance and write. I Study in the School Padre José Kentenich in Puente Alto. My Boyfriend is called Daniel and I Love him a lot. I live with my parents and I love them too much. I like to be accompanied for my friends, my boyfriend and my cousin.

septiembre 29, 2009

Music!

Biography of Chayanne

Elmer Figueroa Arce, better known as Chayanne, was born in Puerto Rico on the 29th* of June in 1968 and is the third of five siblings. He recently married the Venezuelan Marilisa Maronese, with whom he had a baby who is almost 3 years of age who was named Lorenzo Valentino. Like any other adolescent, Chayanne was delighted to ride motocycles, play tennis, and enjoy a good book; furthermore he is a tireless fighter and self-disciplined, thanks to which he has become an example for all his generation. Chayanne is indebted for his stage name to his mother and a North American TV series. He debuted as a singer at ten years of age, becoming a part of the group "Los Chicos" (the boys), one of the most acclaimed groups originating in the decade of the 80s, causing a true frenzy among the adolescents. Professionally, he has recorded 14 albums/CDs, 5 of these with Los Chicos and 9 others as a solo performer. In 1987 he recorded for the first time with Sony Music International (CBS Records) an album/CD entitled "Chayanne," among whose songs the major hits were "Tu Pirata Soy Yo" (I am Your Pirate), "Este Ritmo se Baila Asii" (This Rhythm is Danced Like This), and "Fuiste un Trozo de Hielo en la Escarcha" (You Were a Chunk of Ice in the Frost). In 1989 he recorded his second album/CD (for Sony) also entitled "Chayanne," among whose songs the major hits were "Fiesta en America" (Party in America), "Violeta" (Violet), "Te Deseo" (I Wish), and "Para Tenerte Otra Vez" (In Order to Have You Again). This album was also recorded in Portugese and resulted in several hits in the Brazilian market. This recording was found worthy of a nomination for the Grammy awards in 1989 under the category "Best Latin Pop Performance." In this same year he signed an exclusive contract worldwide with the Pepsi-Cola company, and recorded the first commercial that came out in Spanish without subtitles primarily in the United States, Latin America, and Europe during the beginning of the Grammy Awards (1989). Then he recorded another commercial for Pepsi, this time in English. Other recordings of his include: "Sangre Latina" (Latin Blood), "Tiempo de Vals" (Waltz Time), "Provocame" (You Turn Me On), "Influencias" (Influences), "Volver a Nacer" (To Be Born Again), and most recently, "Atado a Tu Amor" (Tied to Your Love), which received a nomination for the Grammy Awards in 1998 in the category "Best Latin Pop Performance." Other brillant facets of Chayanne's career have been as an actor. As an actor for television he recorded the soap opera "Pobre Juventad" (Poor Youth) for Televisa/Mexico; meanwhile, when in Puerto Rico and for WAPA TV (today Televicentro of Puerto Rico), he was the star of "Tormento" (Torment) and "Sombras del Pasado" (Shades of the Past). As an actor in films he participated in the film Linda Sara (Pretty Sara), by Jacobo Morales, with the ex-Miss Universe Dayanara Torres; and recently he was the star of the film Dance With Me with Vanessa L. Williams. * On T.V. y Novelas Idolos, Chayanne talks about the day he was born, and he says, "Ella entró al hospital el día 28, pero me tuvo en la madrugada del 29. A pesar de eso, el médico me registró el 28!" (She entered the hospital the 28, but she gave birth on 29 daybreak. In spite of this the doctor registered me the 28!)


septiembre 28, 2009

Books!


Memories of My Melancholy Whores by Gabriel García Márquez.

Published: November 2006 (first published 2004) by Vintage International

Binding: Paperback, 115 pages

Setting: Colombia

Literary awards: Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Fiction (2005)

Description:
On the eve of his ninetieth birthday a bachelor decides to give himself a wild night of love with a virgin. As is his habit–he has purchased hundreds of women–he asks a madam for her assistance. The fourteen-year-old girl who is procured for him is enchanting, but exhausted as she is from caring for siblings and her job sewing buttons, she can do little but sleep. Yet with this sleeping beauty at his side, it is he who awakens to a romance he has never known. Tender, knowing, and slyly comic, Memories of My Melancholy Whores is an exquisite addition to the master’s work.

Gabriel Gárcia Márquez Biography's

García Márquez, Gabriel (1928– ), Colombian novelist, short‐story writer, and polemical journalist who was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1982. His literary works have influenced writers all over the world. In particular, his novel Cien años de soledad (One Hundred Years of Solitude, 1967) is a landmark in literary theory and history, since it gave rise to the term ‘magic realism’ and led many writers to imitate its style. As a major representative of ‘magic realism’, García Márquez has always felt suspicious of pure realism which, in his view, is unable to capture the essence of Latin America. Consequently, both his novels and short stories integrate the real and the fantastic, together with mythic, legendary, and magical elements. In fact, it is not uncommon for García Márquez's short stories to have their sources in Märchen, folklore, and myth. Formally austere and frequently located in rural settings, they are full of surprising elements that defy rational laws and make demands on the reader's imagination. His first volume of short stories, Los funerales de la Mamá Grande (Big Mama's Funeral, 1962) has been critically acclaimed as his best collection. It includes, among many others, two prodigious tales: ‘La prodigiosa tarde de Baltazar’ (‘Balthazar's Prodigious Evening’, 1962) and ‘La viuda de Montiel’ (‘The Widow of Montiel’, 1962). In the 1970s García Márquez published two other collections of short stories: La increíble y triste historia de la cándida Eréndira y de su abuela desalmada (Innocent Eréndira and Other Stories, 1972) and Ojos de perro azul (A Blue Dog's Eyes, 1972). Several critics have considered the title story of the former as a revision of The Sleeping Beauty, a tale that García Márquez goes back to in ‘El avión de la bella durmiente’ (‘The Sleeping Beauty's Plane’, 1982). This tale is included within his last volume of short stories, Doce cuentos peregrinos (Twelve Wandering Tales, 1992). Also incorporated into this collection is ‘El rastro de tu sangre en la nieve’ (‘The Trace of Your Blood on the Snow’, 1976), which is likewise related to the fairy‐tale genre.



septiembre 27, 2009

News


Alcoholism – Russia’s "National Disaster"


Russian president Dmitry Medvedev has said alcoholism is a ‘national disaster’ in his country. He spoke of his shock at how much Russians drank each year. In particular, he said Russian people drank too much vodka, which is the nation’s most popular alcoholic beverage. Mr. Medvedev quoted a recent report that showed the average Russian drank 18 litres of pure alcohol each year. That means around 350 litres of beer or about 45 litres of vodka. That's almost a litre of vodka a week. The president said: “When you convert that into vodka bottles, it is simply mind-boggling.” He said measures aimed at reducing the levels of drinking have not worked. "This is a centuries-old problem and one cannot hope to solve it overnight," Medvedev said.

Doctors in Russia believe alcohol causes around half of all deaths of Russians between the ages of 15 and 54. An equally frightening statistic is that only 40 per cent of Russian school leavers are likely to live to the age of 60. This will have a huge impact on Russia’s economy. The country has one of the highest rates of alcohol-related diseases in the world. Health Minister Tatyana Golikova said: "We are the absolute leader in terms of alcohol consumption." One problem Russia has is bootlegging – making and selling vodka illegally to avoid paying taxes. Quite often the alcohol content in bootleg vodka is much higher than that in commercially produced liquor. Officials say up to 50 per cent of Russia's vodka market is illegal.

septiembre 26, 2009

English

Simple Past:

"Irregulars Verbs"

Introduction

Although many verbs in English form their past tense with -ED, some do not. These are called irregular verbs, and they include some of the most basic verbs in English. This page will explain some of the most important patterns in forming the past tense. However, the only way to know how an irregular verb will change in the past tense is to learn all of the important verbs.

1. The three most important irregular verbs

The three most important irregular verbs are BE, HAVE, and DO. The simple past forms for BE are different depending on the subject.

PronounBEHAVEDO
I
was
had
did
You
were
had
did
He / she / it
was
had
did
We
were
had
did
They
were
had
did

2. Other irregular verbs

Other irregular verbs fall into three main categories:

Category Examples
Verbs which don't change cut - cut
hit - hit
fit - fit
Verbs which change their vowel get - got
sit - sat
drink - drank
Verbs which change completely catch - caught
bring - brought
teach - taught


Irregulars Verbs:

InfinitiveSimple PastPast ParticipleSpanish
bewas / werebeenser
becomebecamebecomeconvertirse

begin

beganbegun

comenzar

bitebitbittenmorder
blowblewblownsoplar
breakbrokebrokenromper
bringbroughtbroughttraer
buildbuiltbuiltconstruir
buyboughtboughtcomprar
catchcaughtcaughtatrapar
choosechosechosenelegir
comecamecomevenir
costcostcostcostar

cut

cutcut

cortar

dodiddonehacer
drawdrewdrawndibujar
dreamdreamt/dreameddreamt/dreamedsoñar
drinkdrankdrunkbeber
drivedrovedrivenconducir
eatateeatencomer
fallfellfallencaer
feelfeltfeltsentir
fightfoughtfoughtpelear
findfoundfoundencontrar
flyflewflownvolar
forgetforgotforgottenolvidar
forgiveforgaveforgivenperdonar
getgotgotobtener, alcanzar
givegavegivendar
gowentgoneir
growgrewgrowncrecer
havehadhadtener
hearheardheardoír
hidehidhiddenesconderse
hithithitgolpear
hurthurthurtherir, doler
keepkeptkeptmantener, guardar
knowknewknownsaber
learnlearnt/learnedlearnt/learnedaprender
leaveleftleftdejar
lendlentlentprestar
lielaylainmentir
loselostlostperder
makemademadehacer
meanmeantmeantsignificar
meetmetmetconocer, encontrar
paypaidpaidpagar
putputputponer
readreadreadleer
rideroderiddenandar
ringrangrungsonar
riseroserisenelevar
runranruncorrer
saysaidsaiddecir
seesawseenver
sellsoldsoldvender
sendsentsentenviar
setsetsetestablecer
shootshotshotdisparar
showshowedshown/showedmostrar
shutshutshutcerrar
singsangsungcantar
sitsatsatsentarse
sleepsleptsleptdormir
speakspokespokenhablar
spendspentspentgastar
spillspilt/spilledspilt/spilledderramar
standstoodstoodlevantarse
stealstolestolenrobar
strikestruckstruckgolpear
swearsworeswornjurar
swimswamswumnadar
taketooktakentomar
teachtaughttaughtenseñar
teartoretornrasgar
telltoldtolddecir, contar
thinkthoughtthoughtpensar
throwthrewthrownlanzar
wakewokewokendespertarse
wearworewornusar
writewrotewrittenescribir

septiembre 25, 2009

English

Simple Past: verb "to be"

The Simple Past Tense (with the verb to be)

Similar to the Present simple tense, The simple past is divided in two main parts. The form with the “to be” and with “other verbs”

It is quite simple. We DO NOT use auxiliaries (do, does, don’t and doesn’t) To form the negative we just add the “not” and for questions

we just switch the SUBJECT and the VERB TO BE.

In present tense we used: Am / Is / Are

NOW IN PAST TENSE WE USE ONLY 2 CONJUGATIONS! >>> WAS & WERE
He / she / it — was (Positive) Wasn’t (Negative)
I / we / you / They— were (Positive) Weren’t (Negative)

YES:
- I/HE/SHE/IT => was
-YOU/ WE/THEY =>were

NO:
- I/HE/SHE/IT => wasn't
-YOU/WE/THEY => weren't

Verb to be with question words:

In this class we will talk about question words and how we can use them with the verb to be in the present tense.

Question words are those words that may go in the beginning of a question. When we use question words we do not use a yes or no answer.


Ejemplo :

What’s your name?
I’m David Taylor. (The answer is a sentence)

With no question word:

Are you Maria?
No, I’m not (The answer is a yes/no because there isn’t a question word)

Question words are used to gather specific information. The following table shows the meaning of the question words in Spanish.

English

Spanish

WhereDonde
WhyPor que
WhoQuien
What / (time)Que / Cual (a que hora)
WhichQue / Cual
How longPor cuanto tiempo / para medidas
How oftenCon que frecuencia
WhoseDe quien
How many/muchCuantos
How oldEdad
HowComo
How + adjetivoDescripciones
How comeComo asi

Question WordVerb (to be)SubjectComplement
Whatis(your) name?[no complement]
How oldareyou?[no complement]
WhereisJuanfrom?
Whois(the) presentfor?

Remember:
In questions with the verb to be, only the question words can go in the beginning. Nothing may go in front of the question words in full questions.

Where are you from? (QW goes first)

Typical questions with the above properties:

What is this for? (¿Para que es esto?)
Who are the books for ? (¿Para quien son los libros?)
What is the movie about? (¿De que se trata el libro?)

septiembre 22, 2009

English

Simple Past

In the simple past, there are two ways to distinguish in regulars and irregulars verbs.


The regulars verbs:

Syntax (POSITIVE FORM):
I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they
+ VERB (PAST FORM) + Complement

-The verbs regulars, make up the past adding


Rules:

-Verbs ending in e, add d.
- Consonant + y change y => i + ed.
- Wowel + consonant, double the consonant and add ed.
- y and w, at the end of a word are not consonant sounds. So verbs ending in y or w don't double consonant.

Examples:
- Linten => Linstened
- Like => Liked
- Study=> Studied
- Play => Played

Examples:
NO MATTER WHICH IS THE SUBJECT: ALWAYS wear the same CONJUGATION

1) Maria played soccer last week.
2) Pedro and Juan watched TV yesterday
3) We studied for the test but we all failed.
4) They talked on the phone for two hours last night.


NEGATIVE FORM:

In the negative form we need to use the auxiliary did + not (didn’t). remember that when we use the auxiliary we put the verb in the INFINITIVE form. The auxiliary didn’t is used in the negative form with verbs that are not to be. DO NOT USE DIDN’T WITH WAS OR WERE!!!

SubjectAuxiliary (did) + notInfinitive
I

You

She

He

It

We

They






Did not (didn’t)

Study

Work

Play

Go

Eat

Arrive

Live


Positive form

Negative form

She studied all nightShe didn’t study all night

Simple Past (QUESTION FORM)

In the question form we need to use the auxiliary “Did” and we have to write the verb in the INFINITIVE form

We can also place the question word before this structure:

QW + DID + Subject+ Verb (Infinitive)

Examples:

- What did you do yesterday?
- Where
did Maria go last week?
- What time
did Pedro leave the party?
- When
did Sarah get married?
- How many bottles of beer
did they drink?


* As seen in this comparison, the only thing that changes is the auxiliary.

Present Simple

Past Simple

(-) I don’t studyI didn’t study
(-) She doesn’t workShe didn’t work
(?) Does she study?Did she study?
(?) Do you like movies?Did you like the movie?


Creations

My Picture

This picture, was created in a painting workshop in the school by teacher of Arts.
In the picture appears with main a tree with it leaves green. With background appears a montain and a river and a beautiful sky blue.
This picture is of the day of the mothers already passed and my mom much liked.

septiembre 15, 2009

Cinema


Let the right one in (Premiere 2009)

Oskar, in a weak boy of 12 ears old, regularly suffering abuse of your Classmates without put resistance, although save dreans of ravenge. His wish of have one friend seems become in reality when known to Eli, too of 12 years old, it just moved to the zone. But the arrival of Eli, match with a serie of attacks and truculent deaths. Oskar discovers then that Eli is a vampire, but her friendship with she resulta be more strong that his fear.


Music



Biography of Group Panda

Mexican poppunk band Panda formed in 1996 when friends Pepe (José Madero) and Rix (Ricardo Treviño) decided to leave the grunge band they were in and start a new one that better reflected their love of groups like the Alkaline Trio and blink182. With Pepe on vocals and rhythm guitar and Rix on bass, the duo hooked up with fellow Monterey, Nuevo León, residents and friends guitarist Ongi (Jorge Garza) and drummer Chunky (David Castillo). After recording a demo, Chunky decided to leave the band and was replaced by Kross (Jorge Vázquez); Panda (sometimes spelled PXNDX) then brought their music to the attention of Movic Records, which quickly signed them.
In 2000, Arroz con Leche, including reworked versions of songs Pepe and company had written years before when they were still teenagers, was released, and was followed by a nationwide tour. Their sophomore album, La Revancha del Principe Charro, came out the following year, and Para Ti con Despecio, which contained more of the summery, powerchorddriven punk that had won them fans in the first place, was issued in Mexico in 2005. During this same time Ongi left Panda, but one of Kross' childhood friends, Arturo Arrendondo, who had sat in with the band before, took Ongi's place on lead guitar. In 2006 Panda's fourth studio album, Amantes Sunt Amentes, was released, and was a big enough hit to win them three statues at that year's MTV Latin American Music Awards in the Best Band, Best Alternative Artist, and Best Breakthrough Artist categories.


Never Nobody we may stop (thanks)

I want to take advantage of, darte thanks
I cannot be expressed
Nonencounter the words
My eyes remove tears
When when singing I cannot listen to you
Your voice resounds by all the city
That your you think that I do not correspond to you
The latest that I want is your abandonment
And you must understand to me
That this is not two by three
Single a thing I can promise to you
I will be the best one (I will be the best one)
Without compassion
It give your time us, your respect
And in the show you move your body
We are both
Revolution in this union
It is an empire
And we will never let shout
Thanks to carry our shield
The standards to all world with pride
If sometimes you have left bad
It remembers that we are normal people
I will be the best one (I will be the best one)
Without compassion
It give your time us, your respect
And in the show you move your body
We are both
Revolution in this union
A great empire
And we will never let shout
Thanks I give you (thanks I give you)
Contentment I am
And very inside I agree
That your love I do not deserve it
The fear dies (the fear dies)
The heart is much more that this
And it is why nobody will never be able to stop to us
Nobody will never be able to stop to us (2)

septiembre 08, 2009

News



Mutant Rat: measures 83 centimeters.

A BBC team that recorded for the "Lost Land of the volcano," a giant rat discovered in the jungles of Papua New Guinea. The rodent measures 83 centimeters long, weighs 1.5 kilograms, they are not afraid of humans and living inside the crater of Mount Bosavi. "It's a true rat, as seen in the sewers of the city," said Kristofer Helgen, mammal expert team of the BBC.

septiembre 02, 2009

Cinema


This movie is very good, is recommended for all age.
This film is about of the captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Deep), I love the mystery and adventure in the sea. The captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) steals the Boat called "The Black Pearl" to Jack. This, attacks the city of Port Royal, kidnapping to Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley), Governor's daughter. Will Turner (Orlando Bloom), friend of the infancy of Elizabeth. Joins to Jacks for retrieve the pearl and rescue to Elizabeth of the Captain Barbossa. But the promised of the Elizabeth, Comodoro Norrington (Jack Davenport), chases the duo.
Barbossa, with his crew have a curse to steal the treasure, becoming living skeletons. The spell is broken only by returning the treasure, or else the night will live forever as skeletons.




video

Books


Synopsis

When seventeen year-old Bella Swan leaves sunny Arizona to live with her father in the small and gloomy Pacific North-West town of Forks she doesn’t expect to like it. After all she has made excuses not to go there enough times over the past few years. If living in Forks, with its constant mist and rain, wasn’t bad enough she will have to make a whole new set of friends and settle into a new school.

Bella soon makes some new friends at school but when she sees a boy called Edward Cullen sitting with his brothers and sisters in the cafeteria she is instantly intrigued. Edward is stunningly attractive, almost inhumanly beautiful, and yet he is an outsider too. Although Edward and his family have lived in Forks for two years they have never really been accepted by the townsfolk.

At first Edward is aloof, sometimes it almost seems like he can’t stand to be in the same room as her, but eventually they strike up an unlikely friendship. Even as Bella falls hopelessly and irrevocably in love with Edward, she still can’t work out exactly what makes him so different to everyone else.

On a trip to the beach, Bella is told of the local legend about the “cold ones”, a group of blood drinkers who have sworn off hunting humans but are still not welcome on Indian land because vampires are not to be trusted. Realising Edward is vampire changes nothing for Bella, she knows that she still loves him even if he’s not human.

Edward and his whole family are vampires. Edward himself was made a vampire when he was seventeen years-old, although that was at the end of World War I. For Edward his love for Bella is both a delight and a torment. A delight because she is the first person he has loved since he was made a vampire. A torment because although he has sworn off human blood and only hunts animals the craving for human blood never truly leaves him and the very scent of her also stirs his hunger for blood….

Fragment (page 511,Chapter An special Occasion)

"I'm not coming over anymore if Alice is going to treat me like Guinea Pig Barbie when I do," I griped. I'd spent the better part of the day in Alice's staggeringly vast bathroom, a helpless victim as she played hairdresser and cosmetician. Whenever I fidgeted or complained, she reminded me that she didn't have any memories of being human, and asked me not to ruin her vicarious fun. Then she'd dressed me in the most ridiculous dress — deep blue, frilly and off the shoulders, with French tags I couldn't read — a dress more suitable for a runway than Forks. Nothing good could come of our formal attire, of that I was sure. Unless… but I was afraid to put my suspicions into words, even in my own head.

septiembre 01, 2009

Music


In this section, will show differents types of publications, with: lyrics,biographies, between others.

In this day, tha publication is about Paramore, of the song Decode.


Decode

How can I decide what's right?
When you're clouding up my mind
Can't win your losing fight all the time
Not gonna ever own what's mine
When you're always taking sides
You wont take away my pride
No not this time
Not this time

How did we get here?
I use to know you so well
How did we get here?
Well, I think I know

The truth is hiding in your eyes
And its hanging on your tongue
Just boiling in my blood,
But you think that I can't see
What kind of man that you are
If you're a man at all
Well, I will figure this one out on my own
(I'm screaming "I love you so..." But my thoughts you can't decode)

How did we get here?
I use to know you so well
How did we get here?
Well, I think I know

Do you see what we've done?
We're gonna make such fools of ourselves
Do you see what we've done?
We're gonna make such fools of ourselves

How did we get here?
I use to know you so well
How did we get here?
Well, I use to know you so well

I think I know
I think I know
There is something that I see in you
It might kill me I want it to be true

MixPod// Decode::Paramore