Are you tech-savvy?
Do you feel baffled by the technology you have to struggle with in your daily life or are you rather a person that always keeps up to date in terms of the most modern technological devices?
Here you can do a ‘Use of English (Use of English IS a nice new word for ‘grammar practice’) activity adapted from an article published by the Daily Mail dealing with how frustrated some parents feel about not being able to help their children in terms of technology.
I know. We covered this topic before Christmas holidays but there are so many good reasons for doing an activity on this topic again. Maybe, you need to revise some phrasal verbs, or notice the different uses for words such as ‘public’ ‘spectators’ ‘audience’. Maybe you’ve forgotten some of those ‘so +adjective’ and ‘such a +adjective’…I don’t know. Here’s sort of mixture with many of the things that you can come across when doing a multiple choice cloze activity. Good luck!
Hello! Here’s a short quiz to help go over ‘however, despite, in spite of, nevertheless, etc.