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.
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.
Here’s a video that aims to practise comparative/superlative forms and words related to the topic of the environment, crime and health.
If you enjoy it, a little feedback is more than welcome 🙂
The video is from RealLifeLore on Youtube
Hello! Here’s a quiz on vocabulary for places in cities, towns and the countryside for basic students of English.
Here’s a grammar bite on comparative structures using ‘adjective+ er/more/less + than’ that we can use when we want to say that two items are different in a quality.
Remember that the general rule for one-syllable and some two-syllable adjectives, (small, clever, happy, etc.) is the affix -er, while other adjectives (honest, beautiful, interesting, etc.) have the word ‘more’ in front of them.
Hello, here we have another two confusing words for you to have a look at. You can check a few grammar rules and do the activity with a simple click on the buttons below. Hope it helps!