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Saturday, October 31, 2020

What is Hallowe'en?

 Learn English through a story! Hallowe'en is a popular festival in many countries all over the world, and every year it seems to get bigger. Find out some more about this tradition. 

Saturday, October 24, 2020


Here we are again with another online practice session from the world wide web.  (What would we do without the internet nowadays?)

This week we chose:

We use so and such to intensify adjectives, adverbs and nouns. Read up!

Let's give it a go HERE 

     Adjectives and adverbs

We can use so with an adjective or adverb to make it stronger.

It's so hot today!
She looks so young in that photo.
He walks so slowly. It's so annoying!

If we are using the comparative form of the adjective or adverb, we use so much to make it stronger.

They were so much more innocent when they were younger.
I work so much more quickly when I can concentrate.


With a noun or adjective + noun, we use such to make it stronger. 

You're such an angel!
It's such a hot day today!
They're such lovely trousers. Where did you buy them?

However, when we use muchmanylittle and few with a noun, we use so to make it stronger.

There are so many people here!
I've had so little time to myself this week.

Saying the result

We often use these so and such structures with that and a clause to say what the result is.

It was so cold that the water in the lake froze.
He was such a good teacher that we all passed the exam.
There's so much noise that I can't think!

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Saturday, October 17, 2020

Pre intermediate?

 We want you to practice loads. When you come to school you can speak with your classmates!

This week we are practicing adjectives ending in '-ed' or '-ing'. Here is an example.

Think: is it about the book?  Or your feelings?

                     The book is really boring.      I am really bored reading this book. 

Let's go to the British council and practice a bit. Begin HERE

Saturday, October 10, 2020


 Are you a beginner? We help you find good practice online.

This week we look at a, an, the.

Let's begin HERE

Saturday, October 3, 2020

Brain teaser time!

definite and indefinite articles

a, an, the

What are the rules?

She loves dessert.
She loves the flavour of chocolate.
Why don't we use 'the' in the first example? 

Why not brush up on the reason? 


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Word of the Month


(adj): Sacred, divine, blessed.

Holiday: a holy or festive day; a day off, vacation (also sacred)

Expressions: Holy Cow! Literally true in India.

Ex: Holly Mackerel! Delicious, healthy and full of mercury.

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