Here's the link to do some listening practice before the exam. You can also use it to do some reading practice. Click here.


Here you are different links to practice, select the most suitable to you and ask me any questions.
Verb tenses

And a newspaper article and an infographic to practice reading.
Why speak English can make you poor when you retire.

What students and parents think about mobile technology.


Today we are going to revise for the next exam. Here you are different links with lots of exercises, select the ones you find most appropriate for your needs as some of them are too easy. If you want other type of exercises, please let me know.


I suppose most of you will  be working on your music project. The deadline is next Friday, so Make the most of your time today. Remember I will be around to help you and if you finish it, I can also check it.
And for the early finishers, here you are a couple of games. You should also have a look at previous entries in the blog. 


Apart from having a look at the previous entries and finishing your project - remember I will be around to help with correction - , you can try all these activities.
The first link is to the learningenglish.voanews page , read, listen and learn with the following story.
Next, another link to a reading passage. 
Click on the image and do the top celebrities quiz  to see how good you are.

How many points can you get in 3 minutes? Longer words 
score more points!!

If you still have time, click on the link and choose a song to practice.


For today's lesson in the computer room, let's start with a video about the English language and some comprehension exercises about it.
Click on the picture below to be redirected to the British Council webpage.

Now, let's go on to revise some grammar points. First, click here to revise I wish / If only. Read the instructions and do the exercises. Then, you can click here to revise Third Conditionals and Mixed Conditionals. Next, do you know the difference between As / Like? Check it here. And finally, are the verbs used to and be/get used to the same? Revise it.
And let's finish with a spelling game. Click on the picture to start the game.


Here you are a nice mix of love songs from many different singers and groups. Hope you like it. 

Kiss Me (Six Pence None The Richer)
I'd Do Anything For Love (Meat Loaf)
Eternal Flame (The Bangles)
Hey Delilah (Plain White T's)
Do You Wanna Date My Avatar (The Guild)
Your Song (Elton John)
Can You Feel The Love Tonight (Elton John)
Heaven (Bryan Adams)
Time After Time (Cyndi Lauper)
500 Miles (The Proclaimers)
Nothing's Gonna Change My Love For You (Glenn Medeiros)
I'm Yours (Jason Mraz)
All my loving (The Beatles)
Love Me Tender (Elvis Presley)
I Was Made For Lovin' You (Kiss)
My Heart Will Go On (Celine Dion)
I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing (Aerosmith)
To Be With You (Mr. Big)
Love Is All Around (The Troggs)
I Will Always Love You (Whitney Houston)
The Reason (Hoobastank)



 Tomorrow is St Valentine's Day. We don't usually celebrate it, but British and American people consider the 14th of February a traditional day. 
Check your knowledge on the day with the following quiz.

Now, click on the image and do the activities in the interactive book.


And remember, singing is a great way to improve your pronunciation.


Yes, they should be ready today for me to correct. Once corrected, you have to prepare your pronunciation and fluency. Today we are going to see what we can do to improve our English pronunciation, so that everybody can understand us.

Next I will show you the multi-lingual speech synthesis system IVONA that can help you with your oral presentations.


Let's begin with personal pronouns and possessive adjectives.
Now we are going to watch a short video about question words in English.

Next, simple present tense and daily routines.
Another video to revise present continuous.

Finally, a couple of exercises to practice this last tense.
Present continuous 1
Present continuous 2


For those of you who are interested in certifying a B1 level of English ( Common European Framework of Reference for Languages - CEFR ), there are two possible options:

1. EOI. In order to get the B1 level you have to pass the Escuela Oficial de Idiomas intermediate exam ( English NI ). Click here and you will get all the information (dates, how to register, fees, where you can take the exam and previous sample exams). If you are interested in this exam, you can already register.

2. Cambridge University Exams. In this case, students have to pass the exam called Practical English Test ( PET ). You can take this exam in Castellón. If you click here you can get more information about the PET exam (dates, how to register, fees, where you can take the exam and previous exams).
If you want some practice in this type of exam, click on the link below:

We hope you find this information useful. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.