lunes, 23 de noviembre de 2015


Hey there! I hope everybody has had a nice weekend. This week we will be having a look at run-on sentences and the use of connectors. Here are a few extra activities to practice if you have the time. See you soon!

miércoles, 11 de noviembre de 2015

miércoles, 4 de noviembre de 2015

Pronunciation of Past Tense in Regular Verbs

Hey! We all know, and I certainly do, how problematic the pronunciation of the past tense of regular verbs can be. It should not, though, if you keep these basic rules in mind. Watch the video below and try to learn them!


domingo, 1 de noviembre de 2015

Improve your writing skills

We use words called conjunctions, like andorbutbecause and although, to join two parts of sentences. Conjunctions can be used to give more information, give alternatives, give reasons, give results or give unexpected information.
We use and, or and but to connect two parts of sentences which are similar in grammatical status.
Do you want chocolate, strawberry or vanilla? (joining words)
Amy's dad is taking us on Saturday morning, and he's offered to bring us home again on Sunday. (joining clauses)
We use and  for adding information, or for giving alternatives and but for unexpected or different information. 
I'm OK for food, dance  and  music, and I'm having a wonderful time.
There's a reggae band from Jamaica or a Russian electro-pop group on the other stage.
She’d like to go but she can’t.
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VIDEO explaining connectors

EXAMPLES of A2 writing tasks

Practice connectors 1
Practice connectors 2