And ….(fanfare of trumpets) we have the winner of our I Caption Writing Contest, Aitor Marqués, from 2nd ESO, who will be awarded a free homework pass to keep or maybe to give away as a present to someone in the class. One never knows when this pass can come in handy, not that Aitor needs it very much as he is a very hard-working student, but…one never knows.
Ok, let’s not beat about the bush and here, below these lines , is the winning caption . There were some very good ones, which you can read in the comments section, but my reasons for choosing Aitor’s caption have been the following:
♥Lack of grammar or vocabulary mistakes
♥Witty and ironic at the same time
♥Very hot issue nowadays in Spain
Keep posted as there will be a II Caption Writing Contest, and you might be the lucky winner next time!!
Surely you have seen lots of cartoons and pictures with a caption. Wouldn’t you like to see your words winning this Caption Writing Contest? Well, here’s your chance! I found this funny picture via Pinterest and I am willing to give away a Free Homework Pass to the winner of this Writing Contest.What on earth could these two dogs be saying to each other? Give me your craziest, sarcastic, most creative, thoughtful or memorable caption to go along with this picture and enjoy !! Be original and witty!! Deadline: 15th April (example below)
Some Things to Bear in Mind when Writing your Caption
♥It can be in any form of literary expression- prose, poetry.
♥It can be one word, a sentence, a word play
♥You may enter as many captions as you like
♥Captions have to be written in English
When writing a comic, it might be helpful to know some common English interjections. Click here to see some of the most common
How to enter a comment
Click “Comment” and write your name, email address and your caption for the contest in the comment box, in English. Don’t forget to copy the Anti-Spam Word. Click Submit Comment.
Now this is the photograph. Good Luck and Happy Captioning!