A great way to learn English is watching a film, but the thing is, how many of us have the time to watch films these days? I mean, I can hardly remember the last time I was able to relax on my settee with this intention, let alone watching one in a foreign language! Definitely, present-day…… Continue reading Learning English pronunciation with songs: I’ll Keep you Safe
Oh! This week we’re going to do some work on conditionals. So, just to get this structure under our belt, I’ve set up this fun activity with Wheel decide. How to play? Click on the wheel and see what you get for the question ‘What will you do if …? Write down the sentence and spend…… Continue reading Conditionals: 1st Conditional game
Hello. Here’s a short activity on alternatives to ‘if’ in conditionals. Click for activity
Hello! Here you will find a link to a multiple choice activity on alternative for ‘if’.
Listening to Beyoncé’s song ‘ If I were a boy’ not only is a nice way to introduce conditionals, but also invites one to think about what the person is trying to say when she finally says ‘but you’re just a boy’. For this listening I would suggest trying to make a list of all the…… Continue reading 2nd conditional: If I were a Boy
Hi! Here's short presentation created with Bitable for alternatives to using 'if' in conditionals. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pi8UAAQpCN4&t=18s
Just for a laugh (and for some extra practice) Read the first part of the joke and drag and drop the best option. Click for quiz
We can use a third conditional, a “wish” structure, a “would rather” structure and “if only” among some of the possibilities when expressing ideas about “other realities” Here’s an activity that deals with these structures.
Type 3 conditionals are used to express imaginary situations which are contrary to facts in the past. This type of conditional is also used to express regrets or criticism.