Monday, March 23, 2015

2º ESO English Plus 2 Unit 6

Hi, Guys!!!, 

As I told you in class, here you can find three interesting links to review Unit 6. Just click on them and start working! ;)

Now, let me give other useful links to review English:
1. Reinforcement Material (2º ESO - Units 1-2-3) (activities taken from English Plus 2)

Monday, March 16, 2015

Saint Patrick's Day or St Paddy's Day

Hi, Guys!!!

As you well know, the seventeenth of March, St Patrick's Day is celebrated all over around the world, it is actually a worldwide phenomenon, because there are many different types of celebrations in a lot of countires. For instance, in New York city, the Empire State building is illuminated in green colour; the Chicago river is dyed green for this event; or in Dublin, there is a special parade since St Patrick is the patron of Ireland; but above all, it is a special day to meet friends at an Irish pub and to toast: Cheers!

What about the origins of St Patrick's Day? Who was St Patrick?
He was a Christian missionaire who died on 17th March in 465 AD. He was born in a rich family, when he was seven, he was kidnapped by some pirates who took him to some pagan lands. At that time, he became a slave and turned to God. After escaping, he studied in a monastery and he vowed to teach Christianity to Irish people. It was said that St Patrick used the SHAMROCK to explain the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are all and one the same.

Here, you are two interesting videos.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

2º ESO FiRsT CoNdiTioNaL

(An amazing message)
Hi, Guys!,

These days, we are learning the First Conditional in class. Now, it's important to practise!

So, look at the picture and then, click on the following links to practise.

3. britishschool
4. macmillaninspiration
5. learnenglishfeelgood

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

How Can I ReaD and WriTe NumBerS in EnGLisH?

How many numbers can you guess form this painting?
Hi, Guys!!!,

Sometimes, you may forget how to read and write numbers in English. It's very simple when you learn it or just refresh your memory. 

To begin with, we should look at these pictures which clearly show how to read and write Cardinal as well as Ordinal Numbers. Then, let's focus on the following numbers and read them carefully, ok?

1) Now, let me give you more examples with bigger numbers:

289 = two hundred eighty nine (In English "HUNDRED" is written in singular).

4,732 = four thousand seven hundred thirty-two
 (In English "THOUSAND" is written in singular)

6,900,712 = six million nine thousand seven hundred twelve  (In English "MILLION" is written in singular)

** IMPORTANT** In English ONE BILLION means 1,000,000,000 (one thousand million) whereas in Spanish One Billion means "One million of million".

2) If someone asks you: When is your birthday? You may answer: 31st December 1998 = the thirty-first of December in nineteen ninety-eight.
So, when you read a date, you must use Ordinal numbers, and when you read a year in English, just divide the number into two cardinal numbers.

3) What about DECIMALS in English?
0.5 =  zero point five
1.03 = one point zero three

1/2 = a half
3/4 =  three quarters
4/13 = four thirteens

5) Positive and Negative Numbers:
(+4) = plus four or positive four
(-8) = minus eight or negative eight

6) What about Phone Numbers?
723 499 100
seven two three (pause) four double nine (pause) one double oh

Now, do you fancy a BINGO? Click here: BINGO (Numbers in English for students) and play!!! 

Learning English is always fun!!!!!

Thursday, February 19, 2015

2º ESO English Plus 2 - Unit 5

 Hi, Guys!!!,
Once again, you can download some photocopiable worksheets taken from Oxford English Plus 2, just click here: 

1. Unit 5 - Grammar & Vocabulary 1*
2. Unit 5 - Grammar & Vocabulary 2*
3. Unit 5 - Grammar & Vocabulary 3*

Now, would you like to listen to this again?  
Coldplay's Viva La Vida

Friday, February 13, 2015

3rd Year Secondary - GLOSSARY and GRAMMAR summary

Hi, Guys!!!,

If you click on the following link: 3/AdvRealEnglish3, you'll find a great list of words and grammar explanations into your language, everything taken from Advanced Real English 3-Burlington Books. 

 “Writers fish for the right words like fishermen fish for, um, whatever those aquatic creatures with fins and gills are called. 

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

CoMpaRaTivE and SuPeRLatiVe AdJeCtivEs

Hi, Guys!!!, 

Do you already know how to make Comparative and Superlative Adjectives in English? We use "Comparatives" when we compare 2 things, whereas we use the "Superlatives" when we compare more than 2 things. 

Now, you have to look at these charts where you can learn and review how to make Comparative and Superlative forms of adjectives. Is it clear enough? Then, you can click on the following links to do more exercises!

1. CHART - Comparative & Superlative Adj.

4. (too many exercises + key answers)
5. allinonehomeschool (sentences + key answers)
6. (theory + exercises)

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...