Here’s a listening activity for pre-intermediat students. The video is from Long Nguyen’s Youtube channel and has been adapted for education purposes.
This will be the very last Speaking Practice activity I’ll be uploading for the time being, as our classes are almost over and I’ll be doing some other things. Hope you found the blog useful and interesting. Good luck with your exams!!!!
Hi again! Here’s a presentation on the topic of Homes and Houses for some extra speaking practice. Hope you enjoy it !
Hello! Here is a little presentation to help brush up on the topic of the Natural World. The presentation was created by using Genially and wil help you remember the most important things we talked about when dealing with this topic. I hope to find some time to create some more presentations (uff! 😦 ), but anyway, I hope you enjoy it.
What’s your home like?
Here is a listening activity about British homes for Basic levels of English.
The video is from you the Youtuber’s channel, Long Tommy The video belongs to OUP and is one of the series of Windows on Britain. The use of this video is exclusively for educational purposes.
The English language is the result of many different cultures moving into the British Isles throughout history. One of them were ‘the Danes’. At first, when this new group of people arrived, it was only for the purpose of plunder or rather, ‘to go a viking’ and this is the reason why these people were eventually called Vikings. The people from the British Isles were terrified of the violent attacks that these people from the north raged on them. However, not all the newcomers were violent and many stayed, settled down and farmed the land peacefully. They built towns, brought their own cultural aspects into the new land and of course, their language too. Here’s a very funny video from ‘Horrible Histories’ giving some examples of these Viking words that are in present-day English.