lunes, 16 de mayo de 2016

MODAL VERBS


Modal verbs are some special verbs that don't follow the same formation and structure as most lexical verbs. 

  • Here you are a presentation about the most common modal verbs in English
  • This is a video about the London Underground. Watch it and afterwards use modal verbs to make a summary



miércoles, 27 de abril de 2016

BRITISH AND AMERICAN ENGLISH


  • The two main dialects in English are British and American. Some words change depending on the dialect. Here you are some examples



CLOTHES

  • How many pieces of clothing can you name in English? 


 





lunes, 18 de abril de 2016

PERSONALITY ADJECTIVES


  • How many personality adjectives do you know in English? Have a look at this page and let's see how many more you can add




  • Here you are a worksheet to practise PERSONALITY ADJECTIVES

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

The most famous playwright in British literature is William Shakespeare. He was born in Strattford-Upon-Avon in 1564 and died on the 23th April 1616. This means that this year the 400th anniversary of his death is celebrated.


  • Here you are a biography
 


  • And these are the summaries of some of his most famous plays. Can you classify them into COMEDIES, TRAGEDIES or HISTORICAL PLAYS?





  •  Would you like to know how people live in Shakespearean times? Click here

  • Finally, this is the Globe Theatre in London, the place where Shakespeare's plays are reperesented




domingo, 13 de marzo de 2016

ST. PATRICK'S DAY

  • MARCH 17TH IS A GREAT DAY FOR THE IRISH. YOU ARE GOING TO FIND OUT WHY, BUT FIRST WATCH THE FOLLOWING VIDEO AND LEARN THE WORDS.

video

  • NOW WATCH THE FOLLOWING VIDEO ABOUT THE HISTORY OF ST. PATRICK'S DAY AND COMPLETE THE QUIZ


  • Limerick is a city in Ireland, but it is also a humorous poem. These poems have got five lines rhyming A A B B A. They start introducing a person and a place. Listen to two examples





Animation réalisée sur le site http://www.komcitiz.com

There was an old man from Peru
who dreamed he was eating his shoe.
He awoke in the night
with a terrible fright,
and found out that it was quite true.



There was a young lady of Spain
Who was terribly sick in a train,
Not once, but again
And again and again,
And again and again and again

  •  Now it's your turn to create your own limericks

domingo, 28 de febrero de 2016

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES


  • HERE you are a presentation about conditional sentences
  • This is a song by Katie Melua. Most of the lines of the song include a second conditional