Tuesday, 27 October 2015

ING or ED Adjectives?

Adjectives ending in ED and ING in English

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Telling a Story. Using Past Tenses

When you have to describe an event or tell something curious which happened in the past, you should use past tenses. The most common of these is the past simple. Two other tenses, past continuous and the past perfect can help us to say what we want more efficiently. However, it should be remembered that almost any story can be told using the past simple.
Bond opened the door very slowly, looked carefully around the room and walked in. The window was open and the curtains were blowing in the wind. Clearly someone had left in a hurry.
A: I saw a UFO once. Well, I think it was one.
B: Oh yeah?A: Yeah, really. I was in the country - in Yorkshire - on the moors...B: What were you doing up there?A: Oh, I was visiting some friends. They'd rented a cottage and we'd gone up to stay with them.
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Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Monday, 19 October 2015

So or Such??

Sumo Wrestling

After trying this video, let me know about your results;
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Thursday, 15 October 2015

Monday, 12 October 2015

Games: Koala Paddleboards

Koala Paddleboards is a multiplayer spelling game that allows students from anywhere in the world to race against each other while practicing spelling!

Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Typical Brits Abroad

How long could you survive on a desert island after a plane crash?

What do you think the Brits are more likely to bring back from a trip abroad: an appreciation of that country's language and culture, or badly sunburnt shoulders and 200 cigarettes from the airport’s duty-free? That’s your warm up question out of the way - now it’s time to really find out if you know how a typical Brit is aboard… Take the quiz!

Friday, 2 October 2015

Flags of the World and their Stories

Many people could tell you what the stars and stripes represent on the flag of the USA, or why the Canadian flag is emblazoned with a maple leaf. But most of these people could not be as confident in clarifying the reasons for the unusual shape of the Nepalese flag and would struggle to explain the reasons behind the curious presence of an AK-47 on the flag of Mozambique.
There is huge variety in the colours and designs of national flags, but there is much more to consider than first meets the eye. A flag is not simply designed to look good flying in the wind, but often symbolises the culture, history and ideals of a nation. Just The Flight has explored the stories behind some of the world’s most interesting and recognisable national flags in this fascinating infographic.

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