Let's remember the different words you can use to describe the physical appearance of a person (hair and eyes). Listen and watch the following video. With "The Incredibles" characters!!!
Hi kids! Are you ready to play a game?
Let's play "Describing people". It is a game where you have to put the words in the correct order to make sentences that describe people. How many sentences can you make?
Click on "START" to begin:
An excellent work from a group of students: Olga Castaño, Sergi Garcia, Lluc Nofre, Emma Torres and Marina Guardia (4th B). It is a cartoon based on the story "The Wolf is in Town" (Surprise 4, Oxford University Press). Click on the link and enjoy:
Hi, kids!! In this new post we are going to watch and listen two short videos. The first one is about the pronunciation of "ch" - "sh" - "th". The second video is about the sound "aw". Watch, listen and practice:
The Electric Company: Transformer H
The Electric Company: Awesome AW
And let's remember now the prepositions of place with a simple exercise:
Hi, folks!! Here you have a new post. Today, with two games. Firstly you have to drag each number onto the appropiate paragraph to sequence a text. The second game is a time game to review the writen form of the past simple of some regular and irregular verbs. Enjoy!!!
Remember to read the instructions carefully before playing.
Hi, children! Welcome to this new post about vehicles. Click on the next link and you will find information about 12 means of transport. You can listen to the text while you read by clicking on the sound button:
Hi, kids! This is a new post about the time and daily routines.
Let's begin with a video about the way to tell the time in English. Learn with a clear explanation the two zones: PAST and TO (o'clock, quarter past, half past and quarter to + five past, ten past, twenty to, five to, etc...):
Daily routines: Can you do this exercises about some daily routines?
What time does Cindy go to school? Does Peter have lunch at quarter to five?, Does she go to bed at ten o'clock? Click on the link: