lunes, 21 de diciembre de 2015
viernes, 4 de diciembre de 2015
Hello! How are you?
These days we have a long weekend so you have time to review what you have learned! Are you ready?
1. Firstly, here you have two links to practice plural nouns. You can check your progress.
2. Ok! Well done! Do you remember Present Simple? You have some exercises here!
3. Now, some activities about possessives adjectives....
4. Uhm... What time is it? Now, it's twenty past eight... Click the link and do the following exercise... Good luck! =)
5. Now here you a have a Reading text. You can review daily life activities (remember present simple). Firstly write the correct form of the verbs and then choose the correct option. Click “Done!” to check your answers.
6. Awesome! Finally you can improve your listening skills with a video about Daily Routines. Enjoy it!
Well done! You are ready to continue your English Progress! Congratulations and Happy long weekend!
viernes, 27 de noviembre de 2015
Hello my students!
Today we are going to review what we have learnt in Unit 2. Come on! Review your progress!!
1. Look at this video and practice the difference between "this/that these and those"
2. Well, now it's time to work with possessive adjectives. Firstly, here you have the grammar explanation! Review it!
Well, now it's your turn. Complete the sentences with the correct possessive adjectives.
1. I'm British. ______________ name is Carlos.
2. That is a dog. __________ name is Pot.
3. We are in class. She is ______________ teacher.
4. Pedro is from Italy. ___________ girlfriend is Spanish.
5. She is Maria and ________ brother is Peter.
3. Now, here you have an explanation to form regular plural nouns...
Perfect! Now it's your turn! Check the following link and practice the plural nouns! Pay attention only to the words in singular and plural!
Finally, you can improve your Listening skills! Here you have a video about people giving personal information details (name, spell names, age, job...). Are you ready?
Congratulations! Good job
sábado, 31 de octubre de 2015
Halloween has Celtic origins. However, Halloween is celebrated in the USA, and has become popular in Europe, too. Many children and adults go to Halloween parties wearing scary costumes and masks.
It is very important spooky things at your Halloween party: monsters, ghosts, vampires, skeletons, witches... SPOOKY, SPOOKY, VERY SPOOKY... Do you remember this song?