Monday, 8 December 2014

IRREGULAR VERB QUIZ

Check our this fantastic IRREGULAR VERB QUIZ with more than 65 irregular verbs!

You will get 10 verbs at a time.
Reboot the exercise fot new verbs.

Enjoy,

Teacher Jon.

 
_ _ Irregular Verb QUIZ _ _ (more than 65 verbs)


English Irregular Verbs 6 of 6 (TO TAKE - TO WRITE)

Are you bored of writing and writing irregular verbs?

Try out this superb irregular verb matching game!

 Have Fun,
 Teacher jon.


English Irregular Verbs 6 of 6 (TO TAKE - TO WRITE)


Monday, 1 December 2014

English Irregular Verbs 5 of 6 (TO SEND - TO SWIM)

Are you bored of writing and writing irregular verbs?

Try out this superb irregular verb matching game!

 Have Fun,
 Teacher jon.


English Irregular Verbs 5 of 6 (TO SEND - TO SWIM)


Monday, 24 November 2014

English Irregular Verbs 4 of 6 (TO MAKE - TO SELL)

Are you bored of writing and writing irregular verbs?

Try out this superb irregular verb matching game!

 Have Fun,
 Teacher jon.


English Irregular Verbs 5 of 6 (TO SEND - TO SWIM)


Friday, 21 November 2014

Pronouncing sounds /w/ and /j/




Pronouncing sound /r/

Tongue twiters for sound /w/

Try this tongue twister that I've found at The English Alley.



If two witches were watching two watches,
which witch would watch which watch?


Tongue Twisters - /r/ and /l/ sounds

Hello,

 Check out these tongue twisters I've found at The ESL Comando blog.



  1. Jerry's jelly berries taste really rare.
  2. Rory's lawn rake rarely rakes really right. 
  3.  A really leery Larry rolls readily to the road. 
  4. The road's load is lessened lightly. 
  5. Lassie Lilly likes Ronny's rulers. 
  6. Lad Larry rarely loves lyres. 
  7.  Lessening levels of lead really lures lily pads. 
  8. Revelers revel in leveling levels. 
  9.  Barry's Belly riles with bile. 
  10.  Billy and Lilly pile pyres for file fires.

Pronunciation tips: /r/


Pronunciation tips: /w/ and /j/

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Collaborative Short Story - INSTRUCTIONS



This is an exercise created to write a collaborative short story in English.

The story can be written in any verb tense but not the present ones!

Participants will only have to double click on the wall to add a new post. Posts should be at least 50 words long, start with the last sentence mentioned in the previous post and include an image or a video or a sound clip to illustrate it. Participations without an illustration will not be accepted. This added multimedia should be an element that was mentioned in the post.

Include your name or an alias in the title of the post. 

Please note that posts will appear from bottom to top (the last post will appear first).


This activity will start on Tuesday 18 Nov. and end on Friday 20 Nov. 2014.


Enjoy!
Teacher Jon. 

#storytelling_INTEF, November 2014.


STRONG ADJECTIVES

Some adjectives have a strong meaning.
With them you can use ABSOLUTELY or REALLY (but never VERY ! ! ).

Can you pair up the adjectives in the first word cloud with their strong adjectives in the second one?


WORD CLOUD 1:



WORD CLOUD 2:


Monday, 17 November 2014

English Irregular Verbs 3 of 6 (TO GO - TO LOSE)

Are you bored of writing and writing irregular verbs?

Try out this superb irregular verb matching game!

 Have Fun,
 Teacher jon.


English Irregular Verbs 3 of 6 (TO GO - TO LOSE)

Monday, 10 November 2014

English Irregular Verbs 2 of 6 (TO CUT - TO GIVE)

Are you bored of writing and writing irregular verbs?

Try out this superb irregular verb matching game!

 Have Fun,
 Teacher jon.


English Irregular Verbs 2 of 6 (TO CUT - TO GIVE)


Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Past Simple and Past Continuous tenses

Learn how to use the past simple and the past continuous tenses with this comic:



Monday, 3 November 2014

English Irregular Verbs 1 of 6 (TO BE - TO COST)

Are you bored of writing and writing irregular verbs?

Try out this superb irregular verb matching game!

 Have Fun,
 Teacher jon.


English Irregular Verbs 1 of 6 (TO BE - TO COST)


Irregular Verb QUIZ

Check our this fantastic IRREGULAR VERB QUIZ with more than 65 irregular verbs!

You will get 10 verbs at a time.
Reboot the exercise fot new verbs.

Enjoy,

Teacher Jon.

 
_ _ Irregular Verb QUIZ _ _ (more than 65 verbs)


Friday, 31 October 2014

Happy Halloween !

Happy Halloween !

Friday, 24 October 2014

Tongue twisters for sounds /s/ , /θ/ and /ð/

Hello,

Check out these tongue twisters I've found at The ESL Comando blog.




  1. Thelma's thick thistles need therapy. 
  2. The thoughtful mouse's mouth is something else. 
  3. The sickening thickening soup was thoroughly soppy. 
  4. Sam's third thalamus is thoughtful. 
  5. It's easy to stick it to thickets. 
  6. Thickets don't think about getting sick. 
  7. Thunder sunders thick sticks.



Pronunciation Tips: /s/ and /z/


Pronunciation Tips: /ʃ/ and /ʒ/


Pronouncing sounds /s/ and /ʃ/

More English Tongue Twisters


Hey class!

Here are some more Tongue Twisters for you to repeat and enjoy!

Jon.


 

Sea Shells TONGUE TWISTER for sounds /ʃ/ , /s/ and /z/


Wednesday, 22 October 2014

What to say when you hear "thank you"

Friday, 17 October 2014

Thursday, 16 October 2014

Personality Adjectives

What do you call a person who...?



Now find the opposites:



Finally find adjectives which make their negative forms with each of the following prefixes?

un-
dis-
ir-
im-
in-




Prepositions of Place: complete the sentences

Complete with the correct preposition of place:

Prepositions of Place

Friday, 10 October 2014

Tongue Twisters for sounds /p/ and /b/

Hello,

Check out these tongue twisters I've found at The ESL Comando blog.




  1. Perry's Berry's make peanut butter better 
  2. Buy pie pans before you buy butter plates. 
  3. Pat's bat played with Benny's penny. 
  4. Purely poor people need to perfect their power. 
  5. The prince and the pauper play ping pong poignantly. 
  6. Printed papers under pressure make pens prickle. 
  7. Pickles and pennies take proper preparation. 
  8. Ben's prefers pens to bought pots. 
  9. The poor boar pours batter over his putter. 
  10. Bob's pop popped primarily because of pointed pressure.


And of course, the classic(not my own):"Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers."

Pronunciation tips: /p,t,k/ and /b,d,g/


Thursday, 9 October 2014

Describing People

Vocabulary: Personality Opposites

Can you find the personality opposites?

Food Vocabulary 2: Crosswords

Hello there,

Here's a crosswords to practice some vocabulary spelling.

Have fun!

Jon.


Food Vocabulary

Food Vocabulary 1

Hello class,

Check out this activity to practice your food vocabulary.

 Enjoy,

 Jon.
 
Food Vocabulary

Wednesday, 8 October 2014

English Tongue Twisters

Hello everybody,

Here are four English tongue twisters for you to practice and improve your pronunciation, and of course for you to have fun too!

;)
Enjoy.

Jon.


Wednesday, 24 September 2014


Classes start on Tuesday 30 sept