Here’s another word formation activity based on a text that aims to capture readers’ interest for this thriller by Alyssa Cole. The text and picture is from Goodreads.com
This week my C2 students will be writing a book review, so we’ll need to brush up a bit on some C2ish /si: tu:i ʃ/ vocabulary. So here’s a book review from Amazon, converted into a word formation activity, just to get started.
If you hiss at somebody, you’ve said something to them in a low and angry way. If you chirrup, you’re probably in a good mood. In this quiz you’ll find 30 words describing different types of sounds. Drag and drop the correct word into its place according to the description written in bold.
Here’s another of the three quizzes related to homophones that you’ll find on this blog. Just drag and drop the correct word into the empty space according to the meaning.
These words sound the same, but are spelt differently. Drag and drop the words from the menu into the correct position according to the meaning.
If you find yourself in somebody’s good books, you’re lucky and thankfully, they won’t throw the books at you. But maybe it’s just because you always go by the book or even took a leaf out of somebody else’s book at work. Before you get all bookish trying to figure out what I’m on about, why don’t you try doing this fun quiz with 12 idiomatic expressions related to books or pages? I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.