Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Monday, 27 February 2012

Friday, 24 February 2012

Doubts with Present perfect?

English Exercises: PRESENT PERFECT
Complete the gaps with the present perfect:

 

1.    Tim  a big hamburger.  
2.  The kids    their birtday. 
 3.  Tim  his wallet.           
4. Kate   on make up.
  
5. Jack  the work.              
6. Paul  Ann flowers.
7.John and Pat   the church.   
8. Peter  two glasses of wine.
9.  Susan    dinner fo her kids. 
10. They  a beautiful song.
11.  Jill   to the playground.           
12. The boys  a concert.
 
 13.  Peter   a new picture.       
14.Tim  the saxophone.
  
15. Andrew  a birthday present.        
16. Peter  a new girl.
 17Tina  lot`s of pills.                      
18.  Ann  a new car.
 19.  Mother Goose   the book.   
20.  The cat  a small mouse.

     

Thanks to Rosario Pacheco in English Exercises

Monday, 20 February 2012

Sitting Bull




Sitting Bull (c.1831-1890) was the Native American chief under whom the Sioux tribes united in their struggle for survival on the North American Great Plains. Following the discovery of gold in the Black Hills of South Dakota in 1874, the Sioux came into increased conflict with U.S. authorities. The Great Sioux wars of the 1870s would culminate in the 1876 Battle of the Little Bighorn, in which Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse and a confederation of tribes would defeat federal troops under George Armstrong Custer. After several years in Canada, Sitting Bull finally surrendered to U.S. forces with his people on the brink of starvation, and was finally forced to settle on a reservation. In 1890, Sitting Bull was shot and killed while being arrested by U.S. and Indian agents, fearful that he would help lead the growing Ghost Dance movement aimed at restoring the Sioux way of life. Sitting Bull is remembered for his great courage and his stubborn determination to resist white domination.

From History.com.

Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Signs


Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Charles Dickens

With this BBC animation we can learn Charles Dickens' life and works. Even you can play some game as always with BBC Bleak House.

Sunday, 5 February 2012

Future


Most students know that “will” and “going to” are used to talk about future time in English. However, we also use the present progressive (“be” + ING) and the present simple tense. Here are the basic rules.




Practice one

Via University of Victoria

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