B2 · C1 · C2 · vocabulary activity

C1/C2 Vocabulary quiz for arts and crafts

Here’s a flipping card vocabulary quiz that intends to cover most of the vocabulary related to arts and crafts. Read the description or look at a picture, guess the word and flip the card to see if you were right. You have a clue on each card.

If you liked the quiz, a like would be nice.

C1 · C2 · Idioms

C1/C2 Rain idioms and expressions

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We all know the one about ‘raining cats and dogs’ but what about ‘to rain on somebody’s parade’ or ‘to give something a rain check’? In the link below you’re bound to learn at least one more of the many British idioms.

Go on! Give it a try!

A1 · A2 · Grammar

A1 Grammar video Past simple for yes/no questions

Here’s a quick video I created with Bitable with some grammar on how to make yes/no questions in the past simple, when we use a verb that is not ‘be’. Remember that ‘be’ does not have an auxiliary and that to make yes/no questions, we use a subeject- verb order inversion.

Here’s an example: She was happy> Was she happy?

But other verbs like: eat, drink, buy, etc. use an auxiliary ‘did’ and for yes/no questions the word order is the same but the verb is in the infinitive.

Example: She worked yesterday > Did she work yesterday?

Watch the video and notice the examples. After, do the activities that will tell you how many correct answers you got.

Good luck and don’t forget to learn a lot of English now that we can’t leave our houses. If you do a bit every day, you will soon improve a lot.

Hugs!!!!

Serena

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