Monthly Archives: January 2010

AT THE TOURIST INFORMATION (A1)

You are at a Tourist Office in London and you are interested in visiting  THE LONDON EYE.

 WRITE QUESTIONS YOU CAN USE THERE

 Ask where the LONDON EYE  is.

 Ask if it is nearby. 

 Ask how you can get there .

Ask about the price.

Ask about opening and closing times.

READING: YOUR FIRST BOOK (A1)

CHOOSE ONE OF THESE TITLES AND START READING.(LONGMAN ACTIVE READING : EASYSTARTS)

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO KNOW THE TITLES AVAILABLE:

http://plrcatalogue.pearson.com/TopicArea.asp?TopicAreaID=AI0013

MY HOME TOWN (A1)

STUDY THE VOCABULARY

WHAT IS THERE IN YOUR HOME TOWN?

THERE´S… A /AN

THERE ARE SOME / A LOT OF….

IS IT ALL A QUESTION OF ABILITY? (B1)

TRY AND SEE IF YOU CAN READ THIS.

CAN YOU READ IT?

WHAT OTHER MODAL VERBS OR EXPRESSSIONS DO YOU KNOW TO EXPRESS ABILITY?

EXTRA PRESENT SIMPLE EXERCISES (A1)

IF YOUU NEED MORE PRACTICE ABOUT THE PRESENT SIMPLE, TRY THIS WEBPAGE www.learnenglishbe.com

 

1. Conjugation

Affirmative Negative Interrogative
I work
You work
He works
She works
It works
We work
You work
They work
I do not work
You do not work
He does not work
She does not work
It does not work
You do not work
We do not work
They do not work
Do I work ?
Do you work ?
Does he work ?
Does she work ?
Does it work ?
Do we work ?
Do you work ?
Do they work ?
Contracted forms: do not = don’t / does not = doesn’t
 
2. Spelling of 3rd person singular (he, she, it)
General rule: infinitive without ‘to’ + S
to work ==> works
to play ==> plays
Verbs ending in O, SS, X, CH, SH : infinitive without ‘to’ + ES
to go ==> goes
to kiss ==> kisses
Verbs ending in Y, preceded by a consonant: Y changes into IES
to cry ==> cries
to fly ==> flies

RESTAURANT VOCABULARY (A1)

WHEN YOU GO TO A RESTAURANT, WHAT CAN YOU FIND ON THE TABLE?

WHAT DO YOU DO EVERY DAY? (A1)

WHAT ABOUT YOU? WHAT DO YOU DO EVERY DAY?

DAILY ROUTINES (A1)

DAILY ROUTINES 1 (A1)

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Smart Up Your English

LEARN NEW WORDS, EXPRESSIONS, PHRASES...

Helendipity Weblog

learn English and share your experiences (SERENDIPITY= the accidental discovery of something pleasant and useful!)

Adrian Underhill's Pronunciation Site

Practical Discovery of English Pronunciation