A1 · A2 · House, home & daily life · Listening

A1- A2 How To Say and Understand Phone Numbers in English

As a teacher that has taught all levels of English (or almost all levels, anyway), I realised that teaching beginners can be as challenging as teaching C2s students. The first reason for this is that adult learners usually feel very shy and self-conscious about making mistakes in front of their classmates so they need to…… Continue reading A1- A2 How To Say and Understand Phone Numbers in English

A1 · House, home & daily life · Listening · video · Vocabulary

A1 Bathroom vocabulary

What’s in a bathroom? Click on the following links to learn bathroom vocabulary and there structure ‘there is’ to speak about the existence of things in singular. You also have a quiz to see how many new words you learnt. https://videopress.com/v/7l2Z5hsc?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&autoPlay=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true Serena’s blog

A1 · House, home & daily life · video · Vocabulary

A1 Furniture vocabulary

Here’s a slide presentation with some furniture vocabulary and two quizzes so that you can test what you learnt. You will also see the structures ‘there is a/an’ and ‘there are…’ in a short video. Click here for vocabulary practice related to bedrooms https://videopress.com/v/5mpEZ59C?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true Serena’s blog

B2 · C1 · Countries, towns, cities & public places · House, home & daily life · speaking

B2/C1 Speaking practice. Topic: Homes and Houses

Hello! Here is a new speaking activity I’ve prepared for upper intermediate just to get you chatting away. This one covers many of the subjects we could talk about within the topic of Homes and Houses. Rember that in this level you should be able to cope with the questions giving more or less complex…… Continue reading B2/C1 Speaking practice. Topic: Homes and Houses