jueves, 13 de noviembre de 2014

viernes, 7 de noviembre de 2014

Past Tenses. Confusing tenses.

In this webpage you can find exercises to practise with confusing tenses.
You may be interested in Simple Past, Past Progressive, Present Perfect and Past Perfect.

lunes, 27 de octubre de 2014

Useful link to describe pictures

Click HERE and you'll have a good example of how to describe pictures.

jueves, 23 de octubre de 2014

Workbook p.9. Tapescript

Here you are the tapescript for the listening in your Workbook, unit 1.
Remember you need the mp3 tracks and for it you'll have to bring to school a pendrive or ask someone who has got the tracks for them.
If you practise, you'll be better and better at listening.

viernes, 17 de octubre de 2014

Student's book p. 12 . Tapescript

Here you are the tapescript for the listening in you Student's book, page 12. Now you can see if you have understood everything.
If you click on it with the right button of your mouse, you can open it in a new window and listen to it at the same time.

lunes, 6 de octubre de 2014

Speaking about personal interests and hobbies

Here you are some links that may be useful for your speech:


Remember that:
1. You have to talk for 1 minute (more or less) and you can use a powerpoint presentation
2. Your classmates should understand you, so: speak slowly and clearly and... shout!!!
3. You can write NOTHING in your powerpoint
4. Do you want your classmates to pay attention to you? Then you should pay attention to them when they speak. RESPECT!!
5. You may be requested to talk about the information other students give or to ask questions about their interests, so... PAY ATTENTION!!!

You may talk about:
bunji jumping
stamp collecting
playing sports (can be more specific)
playing board games
water sports
fixing things (computers, cars, things that are broken,...)
watching/observing wildlife
playing video games
collecting/trading comic books
collecting action figures
creating things with my hands
designing websites
inventing things
collecting coins
collecting toys
collecting leaves
collecting insects
thrill seeker
collecting Cd's/DVDs
listening to music
meeting new people
playing computer games
collecting musical instruments (e.g.; guitars)
collecting paintings
learning a new language
playing a musical instrument
exploring different cultures
...and many more...

sábado, 4 de octubre de 2014

Oral Skills Companion Listening Unit 1 Tapescript

I asked for a new console for my last birthday and that’s what I got, along with a few games I wanted. I’m really into action games, and sometimes I find it really difficult to stop, even for meals! This week I’m finishing the last phase of one of my new games and it’s getting really exciting! I often play with my brother but it’s more fun when one of my friends comes round. My brother always insists that we play some sort of sports game, but I can’t stand them, especially soccer games.

I train three times a week and we always have a match on Saturday mornings. It doesn’t leave
a lot of time for studying, but I can usually cope unless I’ve got an exam, in which case I might miss a training session. I’ll never be a professional but I really enjoy playing and I’m not bad – on a good day, I can score ten or twelve points! We aren’t doing very well this season, though, so the coach isn’t pleased. Anyway, I get on well with the other players in my team and we sometimes go out together for a pizza in the evening.

I spend a lot of time online. I turn on my computer as soon as I get home from school. My mum thinks it’s pointless. She can’t understand how I can have so much to say to my friends when I’ve been with them all day, but I just like being in touch with them. She makes me turn it off until my homework’s done, although I usually have a sneaky look to see who’s logged on. I don’t actually post any messages until I’ve finished my homework, though. I’m trying to organize my birthday party, so I’ve spent more time on it than usual this week. But it’s important – I have to find out who’s coming.

When the weather’s good, I meet up with my friends and we all go together. There’s a special park near where I live, so we don’t have to go far, which is great. In the summer, we spend all evening there, but during term time, I can only go at weekends. I suppose we should wear a helmet and protective gear, but we don’t bother most of the time, to be honest. I’ve been doing it more or less every day since I got my first board at the age of eight and I’ve never hurt myself badly. I do sometimes fall off but it’s normal to have a few injuries from time to time.

I’ve always loved rock music and I’ve just started a new band with my friend Matthew. I can’t practise as much as I want because the rest of my family complain about the noise, but I always have a go as soon as everyone goes out. I often go round to Matthew’s house because he’s got a basement where we can play as loudly as we like. He sings quite well and his brother plays the keyboards, so all we need now is a drummer! Matthew’s writing a new song at the moment and it’s brilliant! I really think it could be a hit.