Friday, 20 December 2013

WISH, HOPE, WAIT, EXPECT, LOOK FORWARD TO - ADVANCED 1


Expect  - means you think or believe that something is probably going to happen for sure,
For example:  I'm expecting an important phone call.

Look forward to – means that you feel excited or very pleased about something that is going to happen,
For example:  I'm looking forward to Jaime's party.

Hope – means that you want something to happen and you have a good reason to think that it might happen,
For example: I hope it doesn't rain.

Wish – means that it is impossible or almost impossible that something happens. You feel sorry or sad about a situation that exists at the moment of speaking.
For example: I wish I were 20 years younger.

Wait – means that you are staying in a place without doing so much, until someone comes or something happens. It is more a physical action.

For example: We waited 20 minutes for the bus.


Exercises to practise:
Quiz 1
Quiz 2
Quiz 3

Sunday, 8 December 2013

SONGS AND ENGLISH - ALL LEVELS



Songs and music on this website. You can complete the exercises while you are listening to your favourite songs. There are different levels of difficulty, choose yours.

Lyrics

Friday, 6 December 2013

REVISION VIDEOS 2 - BASIC 1

20 Questions about you. Answer them.

REVISION VIDEOS - BASIC 1


Where is...? Where are...?

MORNING GROUP - BASIC 1

This is the key to the reading exercises for the morning group of Basic 1, Angel's group.

Reading texts, page 26, from Student's book.

  1. False
  2. False
  3. True
  4. True
  5. True

The Culkins

Read the magazine and complete the Star Factfile for Macaulay Culkin
  • First name:  Mac or Macaulay
  • Surname: Culkin
  • Nationality: American
  • Home Town: New York
  • Job: actor
  • Number of brothers and sisters:  6
  • Favourite animal: his dog
Answer the questions
  1. No, they aren't, only Macaulay.
  2. No, they aren't
  3. No, they aren't
  4. They are from New York
  5. Yes, he is
  6. They have got 7 children
  7. Yes, he has
  8. It is a dog
  9. Yes, he has
  10. Its name is Bishop

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

FOOD AND DRINK - BASIC 1
















For pronunciation you can visit this page:

PRONUNCIATION


JOBS - GRAMMAR AND PRONUNCIATION - BASIC 1

What do you do? / what is your job?
What do they do? / what is their job?
What does she do? /what is her job?
What does he do? / what is his job?
I am a teacher
I am an architect
They are students

He is a teacher
She is an architect

Where   do you work?
Where   do they work?
Where   does she work?
Where   does he work?

I work for Iberia/El Corte Ingles
They work in a hospital/ a shop/ in a school

She works at home
He works in an office / in a restaurant