Here’s another wordcloud with some extreme adjectives for this level. First look up the words in a dictionary. After, try to complete the crossword. Extreme adjectives typically follow words like ‘absolutely’ or ‘extremely’ and either describe emotions or something that can cause a particular reaction, like ‘hilarious’. They are not gradable with words like ‘very’…… Continue reading B1 Extreme adjectives crossword
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.
It’s almost Christmas and I haven’t seemed to find the right Christmas ad I usually post around this time of the year. Maybe it’s because I feel a little p…. off and don’t feel Christmassy yet. In any case, I’m going to be doing some Christmas tongue twisters as a way in which learners can…… Continue reading 10 Christmas Tongue Twisters
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.
Look at the wordcloud and find out the meaning of as many words as you can. Some of them are for a more colloquial context and some of them are a bit higher than a B1, but I think they are fun to learn anyway. After, do the crossword and see how many correct answers…… Continue reading B1-B2 Wordcloud & crossword Relationships
Here’s a quick class on quantifiers. Serena’s blog
I chose this song to practise superlative structures because the lyrics are absolutely crystal clear, (quite surprisingly as SOAD is an Alternative heavy metal band). It’s true that it may not be a good song for those who feel a little depressed, but if you’re into this type of music, I’m pretty sure you’ll find…… Continue reading A1/B1 Learning English with songs: Lonely Day by System Of A Down
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.
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!