extr@ English…

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extr@ English…

promises language learning with laughter, in an authentic London setting. With 30 hilarious, half-hour sitcom programmes, the extra@ series is a delight for anyone learning English, especially young adults. The adventures of the four main characters in their London flat are stylish and funny.

The programmes feature lively, colloquial English dialogue. The characters speak naturally, but clearly with constant repetition and use of visual prompts (subtitles) that help learners without detracting from the storyline. The series follows a syllabus in line with the aims of modern EFL curricula, practicing functions and structures suitable for intermediate level learners.

The Episodes of extr@ English:  CLICK HERE

 

DO YOU GET IT? – Number 10

AMPARO FERNÁNDEZ GOT THE LAST JOKE STRAIGHT AWAY. HERE GOES A LONGER ONE!!

car accident

A woman and man get into a car accident. Both of their cars are totally demolished, but amazingly neither one of them is hurt.After they crawl out of the wreckage, the woman says, “Wow, look at our cars — there’s nothing left! This must be a sign from Him that we should be friends and not try to pin the blame on each other.”

The man replies, “Oh yes, I agree with you completely.”

The woman points to a bottle on the ground and says, “Somehow this bottle of Scotch from my back seat didn’t break. Surely God wants us to drink this Scotch and celebrate our good fortune.”

She hands the bottle to the man. The man nods his head in agreement, opens it, and chugs about a third of the bottle to calm his nerves. The woman takes the bottle, immediately puts the cap back on, and hands it back to the man.

The man asks, “Aren’t you having any?”

The woman replies, “No. I think I’ll just wait for the police.”

DO YOU GET IT? – Number 9

Recently, I haven’t posted a joke, so here goes the next one. It’s really corny!!!

What does a clock do when it’s hungry?
It goes back four seconds.

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DO YOU GET IT? Number 7

HERE’S ANOTHER LIGHTBULB JOKE FOR YOU TO EXPLAIN!

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How many politicians does it take to change a light bulb?

Two. One to change it and another one to change it back again.

DO YOU GET IT? Number 5

HERE’S THE NEXT JOKE. DON’T FORGET TO LEAVE A MESSAGE TO EXPLAIN THE JOKE! GOOD LUCK!

Teacher: Tom, what is the past participle of the verb to ring?

Tom: What do you think it is, Ms Smith?

Teacher: I don’t think, I know.

Tom: I don’t think I know either, Ms Smith!

DO YOU GET IT? Number 3

Javi Alonso “got” the second joke. Well done, Antonio. I expect more students also understood it!

This week, you have to give the answer to the first line of the joke.

Come on everyone, have a go!

What word is always spelt incorrectly?

 

 

Felix Baumgartner – the real story (Thanks to Jaume!)

I told you! Something was going to go wrong and everybody ignored me!

The truth about Baumgartner’s record breaking jump. If you heard something else, it was a fake!

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