We know many of you think the London Olympic Games can be a good topic for Pau exams this year and are afraid you won't be able to do well . Here are a couple of links from the BBC where you can read and do some comprehension and vocabulary exercises about the topic. Remember to make a list of new words and those which may be relevant to the topic
World Book and Copyright Day is a yearly event on 23 April, organized by UNESCO to promote reading, publishing and copyright.
English national Day is called St George's Day and is also celebrated on 23 april. St George is the patron saint of England and one of the best-known stories about St George is his fight with a dragon.
You must all be enjoying the Easter break and dreading to go back to school next week. Not that we intend to spoil it, but..
..... reading is essential. Click on the link below and read the article. It is very interesting.Why sleep deprivation may lead to overeating.
In case you get sad, watch this cute animation created by Vancouver Film School student Dewi Permata Sari during the Digital Character Animation course: Not Forgotten.
( Thanks to Bon's tips blog)
We are about to start Easter holidays, but some of you need a bit of practice. Click on the links below and do the exercises.
To practice listening skills, try the following video and answer the multiple choice questions.
Revising is essential to learning a foreign language. Here you are some links to practice a bit of grammar and a video to practice listening. Remember how important it is to read in English too.
You can activate the subtitles, if you want to.
April Fools' Day is celebrated in different countries on April 1
every year.It is not a national holiday, but it is widely recognized and celebrated as a day when many people play all
kind of jokes and foolishness.
Watch the following video and learn new expressions and about how people celebrate it.