EXAMPLES of WRITING IN ENGLISH – ALL MODULES AND LEVELS (FROM A1 to B2)

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IF YOU CLICK ON THE STUDENTS’ WORK TAB STUDENTS' WORK2(AT THE TOP OF THE BLOG), YOU CAN CHOOSE A LEVEL AND SEE OTHER STUDENTS’ WORK.

THIS WILL GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF WHAT WE EXPECT AT EACH LEVEL.

SOME OF THE WORK HAS BEEN CORRECTED AND SOME HASN’T.

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MODULE 5 – UNIT 2 – PAST of REGULAR VERBS – PRONUNCIATION RULES

MODULE 3- UNIT 2 LISTENING COMPREHENSION – PAST TENSE – SHIRLEY TEMPLE (EDUCAPLAY)

CLICK ON THE IMAGE OF SHIRLEY TEMPLE AND DO THE LISTENING COMPREHENSION I HAVE PREPARED FOR YOU. IT IS ABOUT THE CHILD STAR SHIRLEY TEMPLE. IT’S IN THE PAST SIMPLE TENSE.

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SHIRLEY TEMPLE

 

MODULE 11 – UNIT 2

USED TO vs BE USED TO/GET USED TO

 

 

MODULE 3 – UNIT 1 – PRESENT SIMPLE OR PRESENT CONTINUOUS?

TRY THIS ACTIVITY – CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW

PRESENT SIMPLE AND CONTINUOUS

 

MODULE 11 – UNIT 1

UNGRADABLE OR EXTREME ADJECTIVES

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Don’t try to learn lists of gradable and non-gradable adjectives! It’s better to understand what makes an adjective gradable or non-gradable. This is a matter of logic and common sense. Most native-speakers have never heard of gradable and non-gradable adjectives. They just “feel” that it doesn’t make sense to say “fairly excellent” or “very unique“. You probably have the same idea in your language.

THE FOLLOWING LINK EXPLAINS HOW TO MODIFY UNGRADABLE ADJECTIVES

(CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW)

UNGRADABLE ADJECTIVES

MODULE 11 – UNIT 1

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-ING/-ED ADJECTIVES

  • THE -ING FORM (PRESENT PARTICIPLE OR GERUND) HAS AN ACTIVE MEANING, SO IT  INDICATES THAT THE NOUN BEING DESCRIBED IS DOING THE ACTION – Something is amazing….entertaining…energizing

So adjectives with –ing (see below) are used to describe the thing or the person that produces those feelings (the noise is making me feel annoyance, so it is annoying, photography provokes an interest in me, so it is interesting etc)

The noise is annoying. (It produces annoyance.)

I find photography an interesting subject. (It produces interest.)

It was an exciting tennis match. (It produces excitement.)

We’re having a relaxing holiday. (The holiday produces relaxation.)

  • THE -ED FORM (PAST PARTICIPLE) HAS A PASSIVE MEANING, SO IT INDICATES THAT THE NOUN BEING MODIFIED RECEIVES THE ACTION-                                    Someone is amazed….entertained…energized….

The –ed ending implies a certain feeling. She is annoyed means that she is feeling annoyance, I feel interested in photography etc

She is annoyed. (She feels annoyance.)

I am interested in photography. (I feel interest…)

Everyone was excited during the game. (I feel excitement.)

We all feel relaxed after the holiday we had. (My feeling is of relaxation.)

 

CLICK HERE-animated-small 2 FOR A LONG LIST OF -ING AND -ED ADJECTIVES

 

 

 

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