25 November 2019

Exercises for A1/2 students

Do the following exercises and practise how to use :

To be
Exercises  12, 3, 4, 5

To have (Present Simple)

Prepositions of place



Exercises 1, 2

Wh questions

Exercises 1, 2, 3, 4

24 November 2019

Asking Questions

Click on the title below to study the charts and revise questions in English. Then do the exercises that follow the lesson.







Verb Tenses





You can find grammar and exercises to practise with the Present Simple on OM Multimedia. Click here.

22 November 2019

Past Simple

Use of English
Click on the Full Screen option below to see the chart properly.

English Irregular verbs



20 November 2019

Where are these people from?

Where are they from?







Countries and Nationalities

19 November 2019

Numbers




Click here to learn cardinal and ordinal numbers in English.

You can find more exercises with numbers in the section called Kids.

Beginners ; Starting out.

Hi! How're you doing?
My name is Mª Jesús and I’m you new English teacher.

What's your name?
Here you are, ready to start learning a new language and here I am , ready to do my best to help you reach your goal.
I'm not going to tell you it'll be easy, it will require patience and effort but , step by step, your English will improve and you will find out that you can have fun as well as you learn.
Come on! Let's start from scratch.
We are going to practise how to greet people and introduce ourselves with the following activities:
Now let's practise with numbers:

Number Train




You can find more exercises with numbers in the section called Kids.

Sean Conery is Bond, James Bond.

I can't think of anyone better than James Bond to teach you how to introduce yourselves. He's the best, so ... pay attention, specially you, guys. You could lean one or two things from him. He can show you how to be classy, attractive and cool, real cool.
And you shouldn't miss that nice British accent of his. I love it!

Watch this video and see how James Bond introduces himself.

'What's his name? Who is he?'
'His name's Bond, James Bond.'
( Who else could he be? )

By the way ... do you like James Bond films? Who's the best James Bond ever? Do you prefer Sean Conery or Pierce Brosnan , or any of the others?
Why don't you send me a comment with your answers to these questions? I'd like to know your opinions.

Countries and Nationalities

Click here and do the exercises

12 November 2019

Learn the Alphabet with Ray Charles

Shall we learn the Alpabet in English?
Some of you have just started leaning English, others may need to revise what you already know and for the rest of us, it will always be a pleasure to enjoy this cute song performed by the one and only Ray Charles.



A, B, C, D, E, F, G
H, I, J, K
L, M, N, O, P
Q, R, S,T, U, V
W, X, Y and Z
Now I've said my ABC's
Won't you sing along with me?
_____________
Now I know my ABC's
Next time won't you sing with me?

if you are ready for some spelling practice...


13 May 2019

Past Simple

Click on the title below and you'll find exercises to practise the use of past simple tense in English.

Activities for A1 Students


Use of English
Click on the Full Screen option below to see the chart properly.
English Irregular Verbs


  • Present Continuous (1,2)


Listening Comprehension
Reading Comprehension
Vocabulary

How to Pronounce -ed in English

There are three ways to pronounce the final -ed of regular verbs in the simple past tense. This pronunciation is determined by the final sound* of the verb in the infinitive: Is it a voiced consonant, an unvoiced consonant, or a vowel sound?



  1. For verbs ending in d and t the final -ed is pronounced /Id/ as in the final two letters of the word did. Note that here the -e is not silent and this final -ed sound adds another syllable to the end of the verb.

  2. After unvoiced sounds such as/ p, k, f, sʃ  ,θ/ the final -ed is pronounced like /t/ as in the word cat. Note that the -e remains silent.

  3. After voiced consonants such as /bð , g, v, zʒ, dʒ , m, n, ŋ, l, r/ the final -ed sound is pronounced like /d/ as in good. Note that the -e remains silent. The final -ed is also pronounced like the d in good after all vowel sounds (the -e remains silent too).
This chart may help you remember the rules above.


Click here to see some examples and listen to the past tense verbs.
Now you are ready to do these listening activities (1, 2, 3).

*If you need to revise the phonemic symbols in English, click here.

You can do some more practice with this game. Have a go! It's fun!
If you like this game, you can find more at Chiew's site. You just have to click on the logo below.
Thanks, Chiew for your nice games!


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