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29 November 2017

28 November 2017

How to make a presentation(Monologue)

HERE you have some language and phrases you can use to make an oral presentation in English.
Also you can follow this outline:
-    Introduce your topic briefly. You can be as formal as you like.
I am going to talk about….
In this speech I would like to tell you about….(more formal)
- Alternatively, you could grab your audience’s attention by starting with a question or a challenging statement.
So much do you know about….?
Have you ever asked yourself why….?
What I’m going to tell you about today will change the way you think about…..
-  Answer all the questions provided in the worksheet, or if not, develop your own ideas by answering the 6W (what, when, where, why, how, and who). Decide the order of your ideas, let’s say 3 or 4.  Introduce them by using this language:
The first/key thing to say about _______is ….
The main point to make about _______ is….
What you really need to know about _______ is…
Now let’s look at ….
Let’s turn/move on to….
Another interesting thing/aspect/point to consider about _______ is….
Finally, I’d also like to mention that…..
- You may need to use several types of linking words in this part of your speech such as: adding points on the same topic, stating reasons for and against (advantages and disadvantages), showing cause/consequence, showing contrast, showing purpose, etc…
- Of course think about possible grammar structures and the specific vocabularyyou may need to use.
Conclude your presentation by briefly summarizing what you have said.
In conclusion, to sump up, last but not least …..
- If possible provide or give your personal opinion of the topic (saying if you agree or not) and justify your answer.
To my mind, in my opinion, from my point of view…..

3 November 2017

Present simple and present continuous

We use the present simple  to say what you usually do: 'I take the dog for a walk in the afternoon'

We use the present continuous to say what you are doing now: 'She's staying with us at the moment'

* Don´t use the present continuous with state verbs (want, like, hate, need, look, have (possession), know...)

Activity 1. Present continuous. Choose the correct answer.

Activity 2. Present continuous. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb.

Activity 3. Present simple or continuous? (1)

Activity 4. Present simple or continuous? (2)

Activity 5. Present simple or continuous? (3)

Activity 6. We use the present continuous to describe pictures. Listen to the descriptions of some photos and choose the correct one.

15 February 2017

Present Perfect:Part 3-just,already,yet,for and since

Hello guys,
Take a look at this site where you can find some explanations and exercises to practice this grammar point.

14 February 2017

Present perfect: Part 2

Hi everyone,
Get further information about how to make negative and interrogative sententes in  present perfect  by visiting this website.

Present Perfect:Part 1

Dear basic level students,
Click here to learn how to form present perfect in English. Then do the exercises.