B1 · B2 · vocabulary activity

B2 Seafood vocabulary

Here’s a short video with pictures and the opportunity to hear these words. You can also check your memory and spelling in the crossword you will find in this post. You can also download the paper version and keys.

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B2 Cooking vocabulary 1

Is it bake or roast? Grilled or fried? Why do the English say both, roast potatoes and baked potatoes? Is it the same dish? Here’s a video with an opportunity to see pictures and hear these different cooking adjectives and nouns. In the video you have a short quiz to check your memory for these words.

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B2 Cooking vocabulary 2

Hello. In this post you’ll find a short video with pictures and a short quiz for basic cooking vocabulary for intermediate levels of English. Cooking vocabulary 2 covers more advanced verbs. If you’d like to check your memory and spelling, you can do the crossword that you’ll find in this post.

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B1 · Listening · songs

Learning English with songs Cover of Lovely (Billie Eilish)

I this beautiful Billie-Eilish-song cover by TurnOfftheSystem is amazing! I’m absolutely lost for words and so proud to share it with the world. All the voices by the same guy, working on his laptop, using his mic, shut away from the world, in his room.

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Intermediate Shopping and money crossword

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Nothing like a nice and juicy crossword to get our neurons working on Monday. Try this crossword made on Crossword lab. By the way, why is it that whenever I look for a picture related to shopping, there are so many photos of women shopping? I hate shopping and I honestly don’t think that this is an activity that exclusively belongs to females. 😦

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Phrasal verbs and prepositional phrases for shopping and fashion

Is it pay by or pay with? Wrap up or wrap about? Uf! We all know that English prepositions drive us crazy and I don’t mean “the good type of craziness”. Here’s a short quiz to get you help you out with some of the most common expressions of this type.

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Flipping cards: verbs for clothes and accessories

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What is it, match or suit? How do you pronounce k-n-i-t-e, nait, kite or whatever? Here’s another flipping card vocabulary activity with most of these verbs for intermediate students. You’ll also be able to hear the examples as I’ve included an audio.

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Modal verbs: Making a guess in the present

Have you ever witnessed a crime? What happened? For this activity, I’ve used a picture captured by a surveillance camera and I wrote a short description of what I thought was happening. Of course, I could not be sure, so that was why I was making guesses. In the example, you’ll see that I used modal verbs and perception verbs like ‘seem’ and ‘look like’.

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Styles of music quiz

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What’s your favourite style of music? Do you listen to different styles according to your mood? Do you find any particular music uplifting or disturbing? Can you play an instrument? What’s your favourite group or who’s your favourite musician? Have you heard anything good recently? Do you spend a lot of time listening to music? And if you do, where do you get this music from? In this quiz, you’ll find vocabulary for styles of music for intermediate levels (B1 and B2). Just look at the card and drag and drop the right word into the box.