Practice your English in context. Learn. Read. Listen. Pronounce. Play games...

Concello A Coruña summer language grants 2020

Concello A Coruña summer language grants 2020
Link to information

Monday, 27 January 2014

PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES (P.E. CLASSES)


Including today charts with vocabulary to be used in the Physical Education classes in English: a list of physical activities.






Friday, 24 January 2014

(...BECAUSE WE ARE...) "HAPPY"




It's Friday... and there's always a good feeling on a Friday. So here's a song because on Fridays we all feel a bit happier. The song is "Happy" performed by American singer Pharrel Williams, which appears on the soundtrack of the film "Despicable Me 2". So here's the video for you to sing and clap along...

Video-lyrics "HAPPY", Pharrel Williams:
Official video "HAPPY", Pharrel Williams:



Wednesday, 22 January 2014

100 YEARS OF AVIATION


To celebrate the 100th anniversary of aviation, the British newspaper "The Guardian" has made an astonishing interactive presentation, where you can see every plane that's flying right now, information of how aviation was born, how it grew during this century and future's possible limitations to it. Click on the link below to watch and listen.

THE GUARDIAN'S INTERACTIVE PRESENTATION OF THE CENTURY OF AVIATION

Video 24-hour flights over the UK on a summer day:

Thursday, 16 January 2014

NUMBERS: CARDINAL & ORDINAL


These days we've been checking on how to say dates in English in 1st ESO classes. Here's a chart with the difference in spelling between cardinal and ordinal numbers. 
To make an ordinal number you add the ending -TH to the cardinal number from nº4 onwards. 
So four > fourth, six > sixth, seven > seventh, etc...
Be careful with some spellings:
five > fifth, eight > eighth, nine > ninth, twelve > twelfth, twenty > twentieth... 
The first three numbers have their own different ordinals:
one - first, two- second and three - third.
To abbreviate you can write the number amd the last two letters:
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th...

REMEMBER THAT IN ENGLISH YOU USE 
ORDINAL NUMBERS
FOR DATES.

Wednesday, 1 January 2014

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014


ALL THE BEST OF LUCK IN THIS NEW YEAR FOR EVERYONE!
This site is used with a non-profit educational purpose only. If you find content (photo/video...) you think shouldn't have been included here, please tell me so I can delete it. Thanks.

Blog labels / Tabs

'-ED' '-ING' 'S 1ºBac 1ºESO 2ºBac 2ºESO 3ºESO 4ºESO A(N) Abbreviations Ability Accents Adjectives Ads Adverbs Advicing Agreeing Alphabet Altkönigschule Animals Animation Anniversaries Antonyms Apologizing AprilFool Art Articles Aux.Verbs Basics BE Behaviour BlackFriday Blog Body BonfireNight BrE/AmE Bullying Business BY Carnival Causative Celebration Christmas CINEMA ClassActivity ClassrooManagement ClassroomLanguage Collocations Colours Commitment Communicating Comparatives Competition Compounds Conditionals Confusing Connectors ContinuousTenses Contractions ConversationAssist Cooking Coruña Cosmos Countability Culture Curiosities CW Date Day Demonstratives Derivation Descriptions Design Determiners Directions DO Emails EngDepActivities EngEvolution EnglishWeek Environment EW19 Exams Exclamations FalseFriends Family Feelings Films Food Formal FrequencyAdvs Fun Functions Furniture Future Galicia Game Gastronomy Gender Genitive Geography GET GO Graduation Grammar Greetings Halloween HandwritingHistory Harassment HAVE Health Help tips Heritage History Home Homographs Homophones Horoscopes HumanRights Hygiene ICT Idioms Imperative Infinitive Info Informal Instruments Interjections Internet Introducing Inviting Ireland IrregularVerbs Jobs Karaoke Kron19 LanguageLearning Leisure Letterwriting LIKE Listening Literature London MAKE Maps Maths Media MindMap Mistakes ModalVerbs Money Music MusicProject NaturalDisasters Nature Negative News Numbers Nürn10/11 Nürn12 Nürn14 Nürn18 Obit Obligation Offering Onomatopoeias Opinions Passive Past Peace Penpals PerfectTenses Permission Personality Phoning Photography PhrasalVerbs Pioneers Plurals Poetry Politeness Politics Poll Possessive Possibility Practice Preference Prefix Prepositions Present PresentPerfect Press Prohibition Projects Promising Pronouns Pronunciation Punctuation QTags Qualifications Quantifiers QuestionMaking Questionnaire Quiz Qwords RD25Years Reading Recipes Relatives ReportedSpeech Requesting Routines Royals Scholarships SchoolActivities Science Senses Shopping Slang Slide Smileys Speaking Spelling Sport SportProject St.Patrick Storytelling Strategies StudentExchange StudentPics StudentRecipes Suffix Suffragette Suggestions Symbols Synonyms Teaching Technology Terrorism Thanksgiving THE THE SEA Theatre Time Tools Traditions Translation Travel Tribute TrinityExams TV UK USA UsedTo Valentine Vehicles Verbs VerbTenses Videos Vocabulary vs Wales Wearing Weather Willstätter Wishing Women WordOrder Writing

PHONEMIC CHART

PHONEMIC CHART
Practice pronunciation

FIND OUT YOUR ENGLISH LEVEL

FIND OUT YOUR ENGLISH LEVEL
Click on image to do the test

AN APP TO LEARN ENGLISH

WRITING PRACTICE

English pronunciation

English pronunciation
Voice me: give voice to a text you write

AUTHENTIC SPEAKING PRACTICE

AUTHENTIC SPEAKING PRACTICE
WeSpeke

Espazo ABALAR

Espazo ABALAR
Link

INCREDIBLE ENGLISH

Play the English Wizz

Play the English Wizz
Click on the photo, choose your level and have a go.

Play Face Match

Play the Quiz Show

Play SPIN & SPELL

Play SPIN & SPELL
Play spellings words

PLAY VERB MACHINE

CLICK TO MANY TV CHANNELS

CLICK TO MANY TV CHANNELS
Watch BBC, ITV & many more...

LEARN ENGLISH FROM FILMS

LEARN ENGLISH FROM FILMS
Speechyard

SCHOOL EMERGENCY RULES