“KAHOOT” AND PHRASAL VERBS (1B2)

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AS YOU CAN REMEMBER WE PLAYED KAHOOT AT THE END OF UNIT 1. WE CAN PRACTISE WITH A TEST ON PHRASAL VERB AT THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR, TOO.

DO YOU REMEMBER HOW TO PLAY?

https://mcargobe.wordpress.com/?s=kahoot

This is how I  SUGGEST you work on the quiz:

  • Do the quiz KAHOOT (PHRASAL VERBS END-OF-YEAR ACTIVITY)
  • Once you have finished doing it, try to remember which phrasal verbs were tested and write them down on a piece of paper together with their meaning.
  • Do the quiz once again and compare your written answers with the ones given in the quiz.
  • Write down the ones you didn’t know. Look them up in a good dictionary and read the example sentences to see how they are used in context.
  • Try the quiz again some other day to consolidate knowledge.

I DO HOPE YOU ENJOY IT!

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Posted on April 17, 2019, in DOCTOR GRAMMAR, WORDS, DON´T COME EASY! (VOCABULARY) and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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