HAPPY!!: ) (WE ARE FROM VALENCIA) (LOW B2)

HI, THERE!

I´m really sorry we broke up for Easter with a “surprise” listening that you found more difficult than I actually expected. Never mind!! You know there will be another one at the beginning of May, which will make up for this one. I didn´t  even have time to wish you HAPPY EASTER.

I have a fun video to share with you and it is about our city ,VALENCIA . (ORIGINAL IDEA BY CRISTINA CABAL) I guess by now, everybody has heard and maybe moved their head to the rhythm of the catchy tune of the song “Happy” by  Pharrell Williams . It seems it is everywhere , on TV , on the radio… well, now this contagious song in on my blog , too.

The video from the song Happy that the singer recorded has generated spontaneous imitation all over the world . There are lots of cities around the world (over 900 right now, I think) copying the original and VALENCIA  had to contribute with its own four minutes and six seconds ‘ allegation of happiness.Hope you enjoy it!   HAPPY EASTER!!

SONG WORKSHEET pharrell-williams

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