lunes, 19 de noviembre de 2018

Habitual actions - present simple (1)

The typical or habitual actions are with present simple. You need the auxiliary DO/DOES for negative or interrogative sentences. Here you are some examples:
  • I study English  ---   I don't study Japanese   ---  Do you study French? No, I don't / Yes, I do
Here you are some videos with some verbs about daily routines: 
  • these are videos for children and they are very easy: click herehere or here
  • this video is with the 1st person in singular and the 3rd person in singular: click here
  • This is the video we saw in class. Fred talks about his routine: click here
Now do these exercises to practise with present simple or habitual:
  • The Queen's routine: click here
  • A video with grammar explanation: click here
  • a video to practise pronunciation: click here
Grammar exercises:     exercise 1    exercise 2    exercise 3    exercise 4    exercise 5    exercise 6

See you in class!

lunes, 5 de noviembre de 2018

Adjectives - A2

Adjectives are words to describe charcteristics. Let's see the most typical ones:
How to learn vocabulary:
  • Think of one thing to describe and try to say its characteristics: a Mercedes (big, expensive, fast, strong, luxury, German, good...) Do the same with a ring, an elephant, a coffee table, a pencil, a computer...
  • Write a chart with different adjectives: in green the positive and in red the negative or the opposite.
  • Think of an adjective and use it in different contexts: lovely; e.g. a lovely story, a lovely baby, a lovely picture, a lovely sandwich...

Use of CAN and CAN'T

I told you in class that CAN is a modal so let's see what that means: A modal verb is a verb used to say something in a particular w...