Let's do some practice for your exam. Click on the numbers. Subject pronoun: 1, 2 Object pronoun: 1, 2 Subject- Object pronouns: 1 Present simple: 1 , 2 Present continuous: 1, 2 Present simple or continuous: 1, 2 Past simple BE: 1, 2
Please, do the following listening exercise as a preparation for the exam on Friday. Click here. Now you can try this one. It's a listening with a video. Please, click here. And a final one. Click here.
Read and listen to the following news article and summarize it (about 120 words). You can use any online dictionary, try not to copy exact sentences and hand it over to me when you have finished.Remember to write your name.
I hope this helps you with the project, although it may be a bit late for some of you. Next time, make the most of your time and don't leave things for the last minute.This is Fanny's story, a great job, by the way.
Practice listening and speaking too with the first episode of The Flatmates. It is a soap opera for English students, the episodes are very short and there are bubbles for you to read.It is the story of some friends who share a flat in London. The series has been going on for some years and there are a lot of episodes, if you want to watch some more , follow the link.
Next Monday is the deadline for the first term project. I would like to correct your short stories before then. Make the most of this class and finish them. Let me know when I can check them or if you want to ask anything.
For those of you who have finished, do the listening exercise first and the activities.
Today's lesson in the computer room will be about writing. First of all, click on the image below and read the instructions. Click on the button "Next" to continue. When you have finished the revision, do the Activity and then the Test.
First, let me remember you about the first term project. If you click on the picture you will find all the information about it, in case you have forgotten.
I will help you with the correction or any other question. Then you can start with the following activities. First, read about British English and American English and answer some questions. BRITISH ENGLISH AND AMERICAN ENGLISH