Thursday, 22 December 2022

Simple homemade Christmas gift ideas

Do you give Christmas presents to your friends and family? 
Here are some ideas for simple gifts that you can make yourself at home.

Wednesday, 21 December 2022

The Christmas Gift Experiment

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Santa is Real!!


You may think of Santa as living at the North Pole. 
But this Santa Claus lives in the USA. Is he real? Watch the video to find out!


Thursday, 15 December 2022

Are you Left-handed?

Today, about one-tenth of the world’s population are southpaws. Why are such a small proportion of people left-handed -- and why does the trait exist in the first place? Daniel M. Abrams investigates how the uneven ratio of lefties and righties gives insight into a balance between competitive and cooperative pressures on human evolution.

After watching the video test yourself about this topic, 
you will find some practice on pronunciation too.

Wednesday, 14 December 2022

How to Make your own Christmas Card

Do you send Christmas cards? Why not make your own one to send to your family or a friend? 
Watch and find out how!

Friday, 9 December 2022

Revision of Relative Pronouns

After watching the video try to complete the exercises.


Thursday, 8 December 2022

Edgar the Dragon

Every year John Lewis and Waitrose release a campaign for Christmas time. 
Enjoy this lovely Edgar and do some practice about relative pronouns

Wednesday, 7 December 2022

Mog’s Christmas Calamity

Mog sets off a chain of special events which almost ruin Christmas for the Thomas family.
 Can she pull it all back to save the day?

Thursday, 1 December 2022

Doubts Using "THE"?


The definite article the is the most frequent word in English. We use the definite article in front of a noun when we believe the listener/reader knows exactly what we are referring to:

·    because there is only one:

The Pope is visiting Russia.
The moon is very bright tonight.
Who is the president of France?

This is why we use the definite article with a superlative adjective:

He is the tallest boy in the class.
It is the oldest building in the town.

·     because there is only one in that context:

We live in a small house next to the church. (= the church in our village)
Dad, can I borrow the car? (= the car that belongs to our family)
When we stayed at my grandmother’s house, we went to the beach every day. (= the beach near my grandmother’s house)
Look at the boy over there. 
(= the boy I am pointing at)

·     because we have already mentioned it:

A young man got a nasty shock when he tried to rob a jewellery shop in Richmond. The man used a heavy hammer to smash the windows in the shop.

·    to say something about all the things referred to by a noun:

The wolf is not really a dangerous animal. (= Wolves are not really dangerous animals.)
The kangaroo is found only in Australia. (= Kangaroos are found only in Australia.)
The heart pumps blood around the body. (= Hearts pump blood around bodies.)

We use the definite article in this way to talk about musical instruments:

Joe plays the piano really well.
She is learning the guitar.

·    to refer to a system or service:

How long does it take on the train?
I heard it on the radio.
You should tell the police.

We can also use the definite article with adjectives like rich, poor, elderly and unemployed to talk about groups of people:

Life can be very hard for the poor.

I think the rich should pay more taxes.

      She works for a group to help the disabled.

And with certain names, have a look at the infographic above.

Now try this test to see if you have understood the idea.


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