Here’s a quick class on quantifiers. Serena’s blog
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!
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
Basically speaking, we use two different sentence structures for reporting questions in reported speech. This depends on the type of answer that the speaker expects: Wh-questions and Yes-No questions. Wh-questions want information about: Who for a person Example: “Who is your partner?” She asked me who my partner was. When for a time Example: “When…… Continue reading B1/B2 Questions in reported speech
Here’s a sample of an activity that I’ve done quite a few times with intermediate students, although the one I’ve prepared here is more on the serious note as I usually prepare this activity with funny or rather dumb things that politicians or celebrities have said. The instructions for the flipping card activity are: Look…… Continue reading B2 Reported Speech classroom activity
https://youtu.be/ffBGrwPwi8E Serena’s blog This is a fun (real fun, promise!) grammar lesson about one of the uses of modal verbs. I know that students usually find modals boring, so this video is an activity that I thought up for my intermediate levels. We’ve done this one quite a few times, but with the exception that…… Continue reading B1/B2 How to make guesses using modal verbs
Hi there! Here’s a new video and some related activities for some extra practice. This video aims to help beginners to cope with talking about celebrations. To set an example this video is about Christmas Day, but the video is useful for almost any celebration as it deals with routines. The video has a short…… Continue reading A1/A2 How to speak about your Christmas Day