Tag: Exercise

Participle Clauses

This presentation summarises the use of Participle Clauses in English to shorten your sentences and make them sound more natural.  Alternatively, you can download the PDF file here. EXERCISES: Here are a few exercises to practise what you’ve learnt: Matching Exercise 1 Matching Exercise 2 Quiz SONG: Hypnotic – (Syleena Johnson feat. R. Kelly, Fabolous) – A2 […]

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Quantity Expressions I

We shall look at and discuss the following presentation on Countable&Uncountable Nouns in class:  Alternatively, you can download the PDF file here. Then, we shall review the quantifiers A lot, Much and Many:  Alternatively, you can download the PDF file here. To wrap it all up, we shall review the negative quantifiers and short answers:  Alternatively, you […]

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Present Perfect

Below there is a presentation on the use of Present Perfect for pre-intermediate and intermediate ESL students:  Alternatively, you can download the PDF file here. EXERCISES: You will find some further practice by clicking on Present Perfect Exercises.

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Relative Clauses I

Below there is a presentation on the use of Relative Pronouns & Clauses for pre-intermediate and intermediate ESL students:  Alternatively, you can download the PDF file here. EXERCISES: You will find some exercises in the last slide of the above presentation, and there is also this Relative Clauses Worksheet. SONG: Brilliant Disguise (Bruce Springsteen) – A2 […]

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Improving your intonation with Lyrics: Chunking & Chanting

PART I: Chunking We will apply what we learnt about Intonation & Stress: Pick one of the following Lyrics and print it out: A1: What can I do (The Corrs) – Lyrics A2: Enjoy the silence (Depeche Mode) – Lyrics B1: Spending my time (Roxette) – Lyrics B2: Dear Jessie (Madonna) – Lyrics C1: Brand new day (Sting) – Lyrics Mark all the pauses […]

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