3rd Term Review
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  Picture via ESL Expertz  Here are the entries seen this term in chronological order: Creativity I'm gonna be The man who goes along with you If you want If I were you Modals of deduction and speculation Extra!: 2nd Term and 1st Term Reviews Rephrasing Odd one out ..read more
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Irregular adventures
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5d ago
  Other than motivational quotes Adventures can help us learn English words and about the Past Here are some adventure games and the...  ..read more
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Modals of deduction & speculation
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Picture above from here Do you remember Modal verbs? What do you know about them? Revise: What are Modal verbs? Modals and similar structures for Permission, Obligation and Prohibition Modals can also be used for Deduction & Speculation, as if we were detectives, guessing what happened at a crime scene... Study the photos above and below via Test English Practice with Baamboozle: 1, 2, Rewrite: 3, 4 and  Wordwall: 1, 2, 3, Rewrite: 4 Test yourself on Modals of deduction: Present Speak away: Modals in songs ..read more
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The suffix -ed
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1M ago
    Above is a rap that reminds us how to spell (write) the -ed Suffix,  used for the Affirmative Form of Regular Verbs The next video tells us how to pronounce the -ed suffix, /d/, /t/ or /id/: Try these listening quizzes: 1, 2 ..read more
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Musical verbs
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1M ago
  Irregular Verbs: Listen to memorize them: 1, 2 (With Spanish translation), 3: Irregular Verbs new practice: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (All 3 forms) Over to you, the Past Simple in Songs: How good is your memory ..read more
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If you want,...
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  Here are some Genially Presentations to learn about Conditionals: 1, 2 (with thanks for the pic above), 3 You can also find lots of revision on this blog just by clicking on the Conditionals Label for entries like these: 1, 2 There are 4 types (with the creative names 0, 1st, 2nd, 3rd), but we are going to focus on the 1st and 2nd Type: 1st Type Conditionals: on Agenda Web and on Games to learn English* *(with Will and imperative) Can you use the 1st Type conditionals to answer these questions ..read more
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Earth Day
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Monday, 22nd April is Earth day Here's a short video on a project  that changed a piece of our earth What are your views? Can we do anything for our planet ..read more
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Did you...?
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  Pictures and lesson via AVI UNAM You can learn the Simple past with the pictures above or in this Genially presentation or we can go straight to last year's entry Fancy a Snake and ladder Game ..read more
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The man who goes along with you
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1M ago
  We use relatives to join two sentences, often definitions Let's begin with WHO / WHICH / WHERE Remember!: That can replace Who and Which in Defining Relative Clauses Apart from these three Relative Pronouns,  we can also use When (to refer to time), Why (in "the reason why") or  the only Relative Possessive Adjective, Whose: Decide: who/which/whose "Fast" Practice: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Relatives in definitions: 1, 2 Listen to the dialogues Test what you've learnt Become an expert with all these previous entries on the topic Make definitions for these words using ..read more
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I'm gonna be
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  Two Future tenses via English Test: Will & Going to Read the chart & Explanation and test yourself with these exercises: 1, 2, 3 Future in action with Lyrics Training and The Proclaimers:  ..read more
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