16 January 2018

Verb Tenses





What do you have for breakfast? Where do you have it?

Marco, Rio, Brazil

For breakfast I have fruit, usually papaya or mango.












Then I have bread with butter and jam, and a cup of coffee.






I usually have breakfast at home, but at the weekend I have it in a bar near my house. I think my breakfast is very healthy.

05 December 2017

A Tender Story



04 December 2017

PET 1.1 Listening Part 2 (B1)

PET 1.1 Listening Part 1 (B1)

B1 Level Practice Tests

I you click on the button below you will find a good number of listening and reading comprehension practice tests at B1 level you may find really useful.


03 December 2017

Learn the Alphabet with Ray Charles

Shall we learn the Alpabet in English?
Some of you have just started leaning English, others may need to revise what you already know and for the rest of us, it will always be a pleasure to enjoy this cute song performed by the one and only Ray Charles.



A, B, C, D, E, F, G
H, I, J, K
L, M, N, O, P
Q, R, S,T, U, V
W, X, Y and Z
Now I've said my ABC's
Won't you sing along with me?
_____________
Now I know my ABC's
Next time won't you sing with me?

if you are ready for some spelling practice...


Phonetic Symbols.

If you have always thought that understanding phonetic symbols is just too difficult for you, don't despair. It just takes some practice to get used to them but they can be very useful to help you improve your pronunciation.

Vowels :








Study the chart of .

Move the mouse over the symbols and examples to hear them.



Consonants :











If you want to do some activities to practise phonetic symbols
and sounds in English



Videos from ESL Tower.com

Phonemic chart

Exercises for 1st year basic level students

Do the following exercises and practise how to use :

To be
Exercises  12, 3, 4, 5

To have (Present Simple)

Prepositions of place



Exercises 1, 2

Wh questions

Exercises 1, 2, 3, 4

The Family

Click on the links below to practise your vocabulary:

Contries and Nationalities
Classroom Objects
My family 

Click on the following links to practise your grammar:

Demonstratives
Pronouns and possessives
Saxon Genitive






Click on the following links to practise telling the time.

What's the time?
What time is it?

Countries and Nationalities

Click here and do the exercises

14 November 2017

What are you like?




Introduce yourself and tell us about your family, your personality and interests. Use some of the vocabulary you've learnt so far and don't read anything, you're supposed to look at the camera and speak spontaneously. Ready, steady, go!

You can do the activity on your computer, writing the password in the gap below , but you can also do the activity on your mobile after you download this app. It is called FLIPGRID.

 

05 November 2017

Numbers




Click here to learn cardinal and ordinal numbers in English.

Now let's practise with numbers:
You can find more exercises with numbers in the section called Kids.

Where are these people from?

Where are they from?






Countries and Nationalities

25 October 2017

B1 Picture Description

 
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