Hi! Here’s a listening activity for the topic of holidays.
When do you go on holiday? Who do you go with? What type of holidays do you like? Here’s something to get you started. Good luck! If you like the activity, don’t forget to leave a little feedback (right now I’m only getting hundreds and hundreds of spam ;-( )
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What do you like doing in your free time? How do you unwind? I like going out on my mountain bike, but unfortunately, I don’t have as much time available as I would like. Another thing I’m getting more and more enthusiastic about is DIY. Yes, I really love changing tacky old furniture into something completely different and unique. Hanging out with some friends having a beer and a laugh is another activity I like doing, but there are many others such as listening to music, reading or escaping to the cinema every now and then; although many of the films on nowadays are not really my cup of tea. You might agree with me if I say, that the only problem about having free time is not having enough of it, but there again, life isn’t perfect, is it? 🙂 What do you like doing? Here’s a vocabulary quiz for different hobbies. See if you can guess the word and after, think about which one suits you most?
What do you do? or… What do you do for a living?
Here’s a little quiz on job occupations for Basic levels of English.
Think or thinking ? Have or having? When dealing with stative verbs, we basically mean those verbs that describe a state instead of an action, but this can be a tricky thing and sometimes a verb belongs to both categories depending on context. When can we use these verbs in the progressive form? Here are a few tips along with a quiz.
What Is your employer/boss like? Is she/he nice and understanding? Or do you feel that your employer is too demanding?
This listening activity is a revision of the personality adjectives and work vocabulary that we’ve been looking at these days. Good listening and good practice!