Category Archives: Grammar

The weather forecast

Students from 2º ESO E have been working hard to tell us about the weather in different cities around the world. First of all, they all worked together towards this fantastic presentation: Once the presentation was finished, they spent two … Continue reading

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Past tenses

Here is some more practice of the Past tenses we’re gonna be looking at this year in case you need it. There are online exercises and exercises to download. PAST SIMPLE vs PAST CONTINUOUS Click on the photo to download: … Continue reading

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Revise the Past simple with The Beatles

Let’s make it a bit more interesting this time. Instead of practising grammar in the usual way you are going to revise the past simple with The Beatles and their famous song “Yesterday”. Look at the information provided here: Now … Continue reading

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Present Simple vs Present Continuous

Here is more practice for those of you who need to do more exercises on the contrast between Present Simple and Present Continuous. Click on the photo to download the google documents. You can also do some practice online if … Continue reading

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Present Simple practice

Hi all If you feel you need to do more practice on the Present Simple, click on the photos and they will take you to some online exercises. Good luck!        

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There is / There are

Here is a  presentation to revise the grammar for unit 2. Remember, doubts in class, please!!! There is – There are from Inmaculada López on Vimeo.

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Have got

Have a look at this presentation if you didn’t pay attention in class 🙂 or simply if you want to revise “Have got”. If after watching this you still have doubts don’t hesitate to ask me. HAVE GOT from Inmaculada … Continue reading

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