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Sunday, 6 May 2012

File 5 Past simple

Click here to revise the past simple.                
Exercise 1    Exercise 2  
Irregular verbs 1  Irregular verbs 2   Irregular verbs 3
Click here to revise vocabulary from all the files.

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Sunday, 18 March 2012

File 4 Revision

Click here and choose a vocabulary bank. Listen and repeat. 
Adverbs of frequency 1 Adverbs of frequency 2
Prepositions of time 1  Prepositions of time 2
Adjectives 1  Adjectives 2
Daily routine 1  Daily routine 2

Real English Lesson 26 time-and-frequency CC Double

Part 1: Watch the video and try to understand times, numbers, jobs and how often the people in the video do things.
Part 2:  Watch it with subtitles to check.

Don't worry if you don't understand, listening is very difficult. So practise it a lot.

Saturday, 25 February 2012

File 3 Revision

                                                       The clock 
Do the quizzes to practise:
Write the times 1  Write the times 2
What time is it? 
Days of the week.
Do or Does?
Do/Does; Don't/Doesn't
Short answers

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Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Saturday, 11 February 2012

File 3C "Do you speak English at work?"

  • Grammar:
Present Simple Form   Uses  
Exercises 1 Exercise 2 Exercise 3
Exercise 4 Exercise 5 Exercise 6
Exercise 7 Exercise 8 Exercise 9 
A/An + job 1   A/An + job 2
  • Vocabulary: 
Jobs (with audio)
What do you do? (Video)
Jobs song (Click on "Start" and listen)
Exercise 1  Exercise 2 
Quiz 1   Quiz 2 
  • Pronunciation:   /s/ or /z/   Vowels    Stress Monsters                                                                                                     
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Friday, 10 February 2012

Real English Lesson 24b - "Job" for beginners-CC Double

What do these people do?
  1. Watch part 1 and write down the jobs you understand.
  2. Watch part 2 (with subtitles), check your answers and write down the jobs you don't know.

Sunday, 22 January 2012

Sesame Street: Grover Is All Out Of Food

                           Watch this funny video. 
  • How many words do you understand? (Write them in your notebook)
  • What's the one thing they have in the restaurant?
Do you like Sesame Street? I like it a lot. Click here if you want to watch one about spaghetti. It's fantastic!

File 3B What do you have for breakfast?

Food & Drinks

Are you hungry?  Do you want something to eat?  Here's some links for food vocabulary.
Food 1   Food 2  Fruit  Vegetables

Are you thirsty? Do you want something to drink?  Here's  a link  for drink vocabulary.

What do you have for breakfast?
Do you want to have a meal at a café  or at a fast food restaurant?

Do these picture matching quizzes:
 Breakfast  Drinks  Fast food  Fruit  Vegetables    At the café
(Arrastra con el ratón las palabras de la izquierda hasta la foto correcta. Cuando termines, haz click en New game).

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Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Spelling & Phone numbers practice

Happy New Year, guys!!!  

Spelling test:
Watch the videos and type these people's names.

Exercise 1
Exercise 2
Exercise 3
Exercise 4
Exercise 5
Exercise 6
Exercise 7
Exercise 8
  • There are many more exercises, just click on exercise 9 and then on 10... if you want to practise more. (=Hay muchos más ejercicios, sólo haz click en ejercicio 9, después en el quieres practicar más).
What's your phone number? 
Watch the videos and type these people's phone numbers.

Exercise 5