Category Archives: Intermediate

What is a Déja vu?

After watching this video, work on the following activities: What are the physical manifestations of déjà vu? A. Dizziness B. Ringing in the ears C. Sneezing D. None What does déjà vu mean? A. Happened before B. Already seen C. From the past D. Dream memory Which theory … Continue reading

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Too and Enough

Watch the video to understand how TOO and ENOUGH are used: Practice Ex 1     Ex 2      Ex 3     Ex 4

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Listen and have fun!

Follow this link http://www.lyricsgaps.com/exercises/view/7848/Intermediate

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Good Manners

Watch and complete the exercise! If you know the language, you can function just fine in a different country  True. That’s the only thing you need to know.  False. You need to have cross-cultural skills. Saying “Please”, “Thank you”, “Sorry/I’m … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs: My Life in Three Stories

Watch the video and try this activity Today I want to tell you three stories from my life; that’s it, _________. Just three stories.  no big reel  no big deal  no big wheel The first story is about __________.  connecting … Continue reading

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Cooking: Passive voice

  Use Passive voice and cooking vocabulary to tell us about your favourite dish!

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Phrasal Verbs: Fall

  Can you make sentences using phrasal verbs with “fall”?

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Practice your Pronunciation!

    http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/activities/phonemic-chart Click and listen to the sound!   http://www.learnersdictionary.com/pronex/pronex.htm Practice! Which sound do you really find difficult? Leave a comment!

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Shopping for food! (C & U nouns)

  Countable & Uncountable nouns  Nouns can be countable or uncountable. When you learn a new noun you should make a note of whether it is countable or uncountable as we use different words with countables and uncountables. Countable nouns … Continue reading

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Get: phrasal verbs

          How many sentences can you make?

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