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Saturday, May 11, 2013

File 4B: In an ideal world

 A. Grammar: Conditional Sentences II

If you had a million dollars, what would you do?  (DON'T MISS IT!!! THERE ARE OTHER FUN SONGS TO PRACTISE GRAMMAR POINTS)
I've added some`conditional´songs to MUSIC  (browse the sidebar).
If you need to practise conditional sentences (only types I and II ), click here.

  1.  Click on the links below to practise your vocabulary  and learn new words you can use to talk about houses.   (You can listen to the words, go exercises and play games).
    2.  Learn about Houses in England.

Thursday, March 21, 2013

File 2C: London Cycle Hire Scheme

Don't miss this video !!! 

Find out how  London Cycle Hire Scheme works. (with subtitles). 

Browse ,there are lots of  useful and interesting links. If I were you, I'd start with Transport in London.


Sunday, March 10, 2013

Saturday, February 23, 2013

File 2C: Race to the Sun (Part 1)

Here you are some extra practice for:
  •  How comparatives and superlatives are formed in English:
            1. Check what you can do:
                  Comparatives- Mega Quiz
                  Comparison of Adverbs and Adjectives

            2. Remember Form & Use


Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Real English® 57 - Present Perfect & Present Perfect Continuous, plus V...

Don't miss this video!!!
It's great to review all the tenses we've been practising in class!!! Listen to how the people in the video use them.

 Here you can find the lesson for this video.


Monday, January 7, 2013

FILE 1B Sport

Here you are some extra practice on the topic of sport.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Happy New Year!

Happy 2013 to all my students. 

Have you ever celebrated New Year's Eve abroad? Would  you like to? 
I'd really love to ...Click on the links below and find out where...

London (click on "Mostrar más" and read the comment about the celebration. A bit too noisy, but  if you're patient enough,  you can hear people singing the traditional `Auld Lang Syne´).

New York ( Advertising everywhere, amazing atmosphere, Sinatra's `New York, New York', plenty of kissing...I love it!)

What about you? Where would you spend your next New Year's Eve?
(Click on "Comments" and share your choices with us.)

Keep up the good work...Keep learning!