Here’s a slide lesson on conditionals that I put together for tomorrow’s class. Flip through the slides to view the zero, first, second and third conditional.
From Gifer Right! Time to roll our sleeves up and learn something about verb patterns! Well actually, one neverleaves this until death and does some work on verb patterns during the year, but the truth is, few students pay too much attention to this aspect of the English language. Anyway, we’re working on it right…… Continue reading Harry Potter-based quiz: verbs with infinitive forms and -ing
If you are at odds with your tenses, in this short lesson, you’ll see the main differences that exists between the past simple and the past continuous. Just go through the slides and read the examples.
These words are often found confusing for learners of English, so here are a few tips with examples on how at use them within the context of the present perfect.
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