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28 April 2012

Comparative and Superlative form of Adjectives

Do you know how to compare between two things or two concepts?  Practise the comparative with these exercises
Activity 1

Activity 2.

Superlative adjectives are used to define the highest degree of a noun. Superlative adjectives are used only if 3 or more things or people are being compared.
  • The black dog is the biggest.
  • The house at the end of the street is the nicest.
  • My mother's pizza is the best.
Activity 1(comparative or superlative?)
Activity 2(comparative or superlative?)

Activity 3(comparative or superlative')
Activity 4
Activity 5

22 April 2012


Write a description of your best friend. Mention physical appearance, personality, likes and dislikes and why you are friends.

7 April 2012


Activity 1 :too much / too many / enough. Click here to check your answers.

Activity 2: Order the words to make correct sentences

Activity 3: A little / a few

Defining relative clauses

We use defining relative clauses to explain what a place, thing, or person is or does. We use 'who (or 'that') for a person, 'which' (or 'that') for a thing, and 'where' for a place.

Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4: Define the following words using relative pronouns and send your answers as a comment to the post:
'nurse', school', 'suit' and 'museum'

24 March 2012


Click here and you will enter into a web page where you can make some listening activities.

READING: Climate, weather and technology

Dear students, you need to keep on reading for the exam. Click here to find some texts which include questions you may find in June. There are also grammar activities for you to revise verb tenses.

10 March 2012


We use 'used to' + infinitive for things that happened repeatedly or over a long period of time in the past, but are usually not true now, for example for things which happened when you were a child: 'I used to play in the street'.
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Activity 3. Listen to the song and fill in the gaps.

IT´S ALL OVER NOW (The Rolling Stones)
Well, baby used to ________ out all night long
She made me ________, she done me wrong
She hurt my eyes open, that's no lie
Tables turn and now her turn to ________

Because I used to love her, but it's all over now
Because I used to love her, but it's all over now

Well, I used to ________ in the morning, get my breakfast in bed
When I'd gotten worried she'd ease my aching __________
But now she's here and _________, with every man in town
Still trying to take me for that _________ old clown

Because I used to love her, but it's all over now
Because I used to love her, but it's all over now

Well, she used to ________ around with every man in town
She ________ all my money, playing her high class game
She put me out, it was a pity how I cried
Tables turn and now her turn to cry

Because I used to love her, but it's all over now
Because I used to love her, but it's all over now

2 March 2012


Hi, everyone!!!
The task for this weekend is the following one: Write a composition about the things you had to do at home when you were a child and what you do now as an adult.

26 February 2012

Extra Listening and vocabulary

Hi everyone!!!
Today´s post is to tell you about a very interesting website to improve your listening skills and vocabulary.Its name is . You´ll find a list of topics: cosmetic surgery, climate change,books, bullying,internet,etc, you´ll find a listening,its tapescript and exercises.Apart from improving your listening skills you´ll find ideas to use in your speaking tests.Hope you enjoy it!

4 February 2012

At the doctor's

If you want to increase your knowlege about this topic, click here and you will find some vocabulary,reading , listening and speaking activities. I hope you like them!!

May and Might

Here you will find some notes about the modal verbs May and Might. There are also some activities for you to practice.

Asking and giving directions!

Hi guys!How are you?I haven´t been able to post anything for a while because I´ve been pretty busy but.... I´m back!Today´s post is about asking and giving directions,one of the first things you need if you want to survive abroad (not quite sure since the arrival of the iphone,though ;).Anyway, let´s imagine you don´t have an iphone, go to the UK and need to find out where the British Museum is, you´ll need this vocabulary to get by, click here :

You can also see a couple of interesting videos regarding this topic,click here:

20 January 2012

Heathrow airport

Read this text about Heathrow airport and answer the questions about it.

A trip to remember

Listen to a girl called Melanie talking about a school trip to Paris and do the exercises.( You are given the answers).

Past simple or past continuous

-We use the past continuous to describe an action in progress at a specific moment in the past: This time yesterday I was having a relaxing bath at home.
-We use the simple past to describe a completed action in the past: She read the magazine and went to bed.

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How to improve your listening skills II

Here is a great website which is specially for your level, called Elementary Podcasts by the British Council. There are lots of texts to listen to and you can also download the mp3 files and save them on to your computer.Click on here to see this website.

Improve your listening skills!!!!

Hi guys!!
You always ask me about ways of improving your listening skills on your own and I always tell you to see films in English, to listen to the BBC online, to travel abroad,etc...Apart from all that, you have the Internet with loads of websites and blogs (like this one ;)),that help you improve all the skills.A fantastic website I came across last week is ESL VIDEOS.In this website you´ll find a wide variety of videos with questions and transcripts so, if you don´t understand well, you can listen to it and read the transcript at the same time so you get used to the sounds of the words.There are 4 levels: beginner,low intermediate,intermediate and high intermediate.You can start to improve now!!2º Básico students click here: