Category: A2

Pre-intermediate

Phrasal Verbs

We shall look at and discuss the following presentation on Phrasal Expressions:  Alternatively, you can download the PDF file here. Here are a few flashcards with the basic phrasal verbs: EXERCISES: Complete this matching exercise: Multi-word verbs Then, check this one about Phrasal Verbs SONG: My father’s son (Conner Reeves)- Phrasals (B1) SONG: Radioactive (Imagine Dragons)- Phrasals (B1)

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Adverbs of Frequency & Manner

Remember the basic structure of a sentence in English: SUBJECT + (FREQUENCY/GRAMMAR ADVERB) + VERB + INDIRECT OBJECT + DIRECT OBJECT + ADVERBS (PLACE/TIME/MANNER)  Alternatively, you can download the PDF file here. EXERCISES: Adverbs of Frequency: Ordering sentences (28 sentences). Adverbs of Manner: Fill in the blanks + Rewrite the sentences. For more advanced practice, […]

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Simple Past

PART I: The -ed ending Let’s start off by reviewing how to add the different Endings to a word. Then we can review the pronunciation of the regular past forms with he following handout: How to pronounce the -ed ending PART II: Simple Past We shall look at and discuss the following presentation on the Simple […]

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Articles

We shall look at and discuss the following presentation on Articles use in English in class:  Alternatively, you can download the PDF file here. EXERCISES: Exercises on the use of Articles. Test your knowledge with this exercise on Prepositions. Practise with this exercises on Dates & Figures. SONG: Yesterday (The Beatles) – Possesive adjectives – […]

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Past Continuous

Let’s start off by reviewing how to add the different Endings to a word. We shall look at and discuss the following presentation on the Past Continuous structure and uses in class:  Alternatively, you can download the PDF file here. EXERCISES: Past simple or continuous? SONG: Lessons in Love (Level 42) – Past tenses

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Prepositions

We shall look at and discuss the following presentation on Prepositions in class: Alternatively, you can download the PDF file here. EXERCISES: Test your knowledge with this exercise on Prepositions. SONG: I guess that’s why the call it the blues (Elton John) – Prepositions (A1) SONG: Cherish (Madonna) – Prepositions (A1)

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