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  • 1. FROZEN PIZZA AND OTHER SLICES OF LIFE 1. Summary of character Mr Walker is an Englishman, a schoolteacher and a woodworker. He thinks English things are the best in the world, and he is a real Englishman, but is your name English? Luke Thomas is a football hooliganism, he loves football but he is scared when he goes with her friend. Luke realizes they are not your friends. Nikki Apton is a selfish, a liar and manipulator student who writes e-mails to his family asking for money and something else… Nick and his family go on holiday to England, but Nick preferred to go to Italy with his friends because he thinks England is a boring place, until he discovers its mysteries.
  • 2. 2. Biography of Antoinette Moses Antoinette Moses is the author to Frozen Pizza and the other slices of life, book of short stories about lifestyle in England. She has also published over fifteen books of language learner literature, two of these books, Jojo´s Story and Let me Out,!, won the Extensive Reading Award (2005 and 2007) She is interested in all forms of documentary and the interweaving of factual and imagined material in both theatre and prose. She is a graduate of the UEA Creative Writing MA and she completed a creative7critical PhD on verbatim theatre in 2009. https://www.uea.ac.uk/lit/People/.../Antoinette+Moses 3. Interviews Ana, student of English en EOI: “I think the book is good, he is entertaining and very easy to read. The CDs will help with pronunciation if you have problems with it like me. I recommend it.” Mark, Duch student: “It is a book full of topics that do not teach anything. I think in English society there will be someone intelligent, or are they like the book? It’s a boring book” Rose, housewife: “I bought the book because I thought it was a book of menus, but I read the book and I didn´t find as a pizza is cooked” FROZEN PIZZA AND OTHER SLICES OF LIFE 4. Summary of character Mr Walker is an Englishman, a schoolteacher and a woodworker. He thinks English things are the best in the world, and he is a real Englishman, but is his name English? Luke Thomas is a football hooligan, he loves football but he is scared when he goes with his friend. Luke realizes they are not his friends.
  • 3. Nikki Apton is selfish, a liar and a manipulating student who writes e-mails to his family asking for money and something else… Nick and his family go on holiday to England, but Nick preferred to go to Italy with his friends because he thinks England is a boring place, until he discovers its mysteries. 5. Biography of Antoinette Moses Antoinette Moses is the author to Frozen Pizza and the other slices of life, book of short stories about lifestyles in England. She has also published over fifteen books of language learner literature. Two of these books, Jojo´s Story and Let me Out,!, won the Extensive Reading Award (2005 and 2007). She is interested in all forms of documentary and the interweaving of factual and imagined material in both theatre and prose. She is a graduate of the UEA Creative Writing MA and she completed a creative7critical PhD on verbatim theatre in 2009. https://www.uea.ac.uk/lit/People/.../Antoinette+Moses 6. Interviews Ana, student of English at the EOI: “I think the book is good, entertaining and very easy to read. The CDs will help with pronunciation if you have problems with it like me. I recommend it.” Mark, Duch student: “It is a book full of cliches that do not teach you anything. I think in English society there must be someone intelligent, or are they all like the characters in the book? It’s boring” ” Rose, housewife: “I bought it because I thought it was a book of menus, but I read it and I couldn´t find how a pizza is cooked” Good-7. However, you have to pay attention to personal and possessive adjectives and pronouns. They are very basic mistakes that can make a final upper intermediate composition fail.