WE HAVE DEEP ROOTS IN THE GREENWOOD ” I fear those grey, old men of Mocca’s Park,” Wrote Francis Kilvert, the Victorian diarist. “Those grey, gnarled, low-browed, knock-kneed, bowed, bent, huge, strange, long-armed, deformed, hunch-backed, misshapen oak men that stand waiting and watching century after century.” When it comes to describing something or somebody, it…… Continue reading C1-C2 Adjectives for describing bodies
Here we revise questions forms to find out basic information about people. This activity is to revise the question forms that we learnt in units 1,2,3 and 4.
This week we’ll be dealing with health, so this means that I’ll be posting some ‘extra stuff’ on this particular topic. Today I’m posting an open cloze on painkillers and the possible side effects. Remember that there may be other possible answers, but doing an activity online means that the program will only accept the…… Continue reading C1/C2 Open cloze ‘Painkillers could affect nurturing’
Pinterest Good morning! Here’s a quick quiz for vocabulary with some words that use the prefix self-.
Ok, it’s fine if you want to say that your best friend is a good guy, a nice guy, a great guy or even a cool guy, but where’s the vocabulary that you should be using for this level? Here’s a vocabulary activity with 30 different adjectives for you to grab and make part of…… Continue reading 30 Personality adjectives for C2
Phew! Thank goodness I'm not one of these! - or at least I don't fit into the descriptions mentioned in the video- I might be something else though 🙂 In this listening activity you have a sentence completion where there may be up to three words. Try to keep strict spacing.
Here is an activity for beginners for changing names of countries to nationalities. Choose the correct answer from the menu.
Here’s a ‘cutre’ video I’ve made with Windows Moviemaker for real beginners, as during the first class I’ll be asking them to spell their names so that we can all get to know one another. https://youtu.be/VCPKzHyBj7g
Why should learning a language mean getting stressed and not having fun? Come on! Who ever said that stuff about ‘one has to suffer to reach an aim’? Not meaning by this that a certain amount of effort shouldn’t be invested in whatever we want to do if we want to make progress, but if…… Continue reading Listening B2-C1: Funny gags about posh English