Look at the wordcloud and find out the meaning of as many words as you can. Some of them are for a more colloquial context and some of them are a bit higher than a B1, but I think they are fun to learn anyway. After, do the crossword and see how many correct answers…… Continue reading B1-B2 Wordcloud & crossword Relationships
Here’s a quick class on quantifiers. Serena’s blog
I chose this song to practise superlative structures because the lyrics are absolutely crystal clear, (quite surprisingly as SOAD is an Alternative heavy metal band). It’s true that it may not be a good song for those who feel a little depressed, but if you’re into this type of music, I’m pretty sure you’ll find…… Continue reading A1/B1 Learning English with songs: Lonely Day by System Of A Down
Here’s a quick activity for learners to practise words such as: a few, few, a little, little, some, any, much, many, lot’s of and no. Read the text and choose the correct word.
Here’s another countable and uncountable quiz, but this time for intermediate learners.
I just love drawing and animating. You get that sort of WOW feeling when you see your characters move around; even if they’re far from perfect and move as if they were suffering some crippling disease :D. The aim of this video is to learn a little about future continuous setting the grammar in the…… Continue reading Future continuous: A Cute Story about a Homeless Man and His Dog.
Here’s a lesson on how and when to use either: possessive ‘s, ‘ or of. By the way, I’m having some issues with wordpress, so sorry if you’ve had this same post three times!
Here’s a presentation where you can practise speaking about families and relationships. There are so many things we could say about this complex issue, but to start with, some people don’t feel comfortable when they have to speak about private matters in front of the class. On some occasions, some students even get a bit…… Continue reading B1 Speaking practice: Family and relationships
Am I alone when it comes to not liking a presentation or a video I made ages ago? Well as it seems, it happens to me quite frequently. I had already made a video and a presentation on these forms , but I now find them horrible, boring and far too long. So, I’ve set…… Continue reading B1 Future forms: Present continuous and going to
If you already know me, you wouldn’t be surprised to see yet another flipping card activity. I find them absolutely useful. Not only for my classes, but also for my groups to have a quick tool to help them learn and revise vocabulary. This flipping card will be one of the tools I’ll be using…… Continue reading B2 Flipping cards: Adjectives to describe patterns and material