In the old days rascals were just innocent kids who got into trouble because of some mischieves they got involved with. That would be the case of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.
Remember that The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is one of the compulsory readers we have got next school year for the level of 2º Bachillerato. Here's a link to the project done by Joaquín García (Project about The Adventures of Tom Sawyer)and now I present two videos about its writer Mark Twain Mr García provided us with (Thanks, Joaquín):Mini-biography about Mark Twain
Mini cartoon documentary on Mark Twain for kids
and here's the song Tom Sawyer by the group Rush
However, nowadays sadly we see that some teenagers are no longer just naughty boys, but become real terrorists, as it happened in Barcelone some days ago. Here are some articles related to the issue:
Van plows into crowd in Barcelona, killing 13; second, related attempt is thwarted (The Washington Post)
In Terror Attacks in Spain, a Global Community of Victims (The New York Times)
REVISION EXERCISE for 1º Bachillerato >>>
1. I will likely go to... 2. Spain will likely win.... 3. They won't likely pass.
1. You'd better take your coat. 2. I'd better go home. 3. I'd better go to the supermarket for some coffee.
Ex 110 >>>
1. yet, still 2. already, yet 3. already, still 4. still, already
- Episode 170816 / 16 August 2017 >>> Expressions presented: impunity, uncharted, keep up with the Joneses & child's play.