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Tuesday, 18 February 2020

Let's do some review on A1

Let's practise with questions and answers.

Types of Questions

What's the question for this?

Do you need some more practice? 
Of course you need. 
Never mind. Practice makes perfect.

Sunday, 15 December 2019

Describing people and appearance

Today's lesson is about how to write a short description of people’s clothes, but let’s first set an everyday situation: Imagine that you are thinking about the clothes that you’ll be wearing on the coming Friday party with your friends. So, you need to go through some typical expressions and vocabulary about the same topic. Here’s a document for that, and please feel free to leave your comment with your ideal way of dressing, whenever you get together or even go clubbing on a Friday night.

How to write in English

I always encourage all my students to drop some lines in English. 

No matter the topic to write about. 

Then, I normally have a look at their writing, which they hand in quite regularly, and I leave a comment and several writing tips for them, together with the necessary corrections. Feedback and results may vary to a greater extent, but I just wonder if they are truly aware of my enormous effort to make them write real English.

Please, leave a comment about your English writing experiences.

Writing tools:

Tuesday, 10 December 2019

Sense of Humour

Does everyone have the same sense of Humour? 

In this post, we will look at some principles that underpin the most hilarious humour around the world, and how different we all are when comes to laughing out loud.

Following these slides below, you will be introduced to the profession of a real comedian. Isn't that very interesting and fun?
Finally, you will be introduced to the world of classical literature and modern Stand-up comedy.

Pulling all this together should enable you to start improving your general comprehension and creation of any pun, joke or even the funniest prank ever.

Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Saturday, 12 October 2019

Means of Transport

Daily Routines and Actions

Would you be able to describe your whole day from waking up to going to bed?

If so, why don't you leave a message telling us about you and you'll practise Daily routines and actions that way.

However, writing about our daily routine can be very dull and boring.

So, we could think about other ways of expressing everyday actions. How about telling a day from a cat's eyes? or the daily routine of a little baby or even a common day of a bird...


Well, it's just a question of using your imagination, don't you think so? Let's be creative all day long!

Tuesday, 1 October 2019

Classroom Language

As you can see, this is a very important section for all of you. We need to understand each other, don't you think? So, time for starting up and let's set the classroom rules and instructions.

Any questions so far?