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Exercise on relative pronouns + American /British English

HERE, too.

Realtive clauses - LearnEnglish Teens - HERE.

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AULD LANG SYNE

"Auld Lang Syne" is a Scots poem written by Robert Burns in 1788 and set to the tune of a traditional folk song. It is well known in many countries, especially in the English-speaking world, its traditional use being to bid farewell to the old year at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve. By extension, it is also sung at funerals, graduations, and as a farewell or ending to other occasions. 

The song’s Scots title may be translated into standard English as "old long since", or more idiomatically, "long long ago", "days gone by" or "old times".

2 ESO students are going to learn and then be recorded while singing this traditional song (Project Celtic countries - Click HERE and HERE to find out about other songs which 2nd ESO students are going to learn and sing,  and HERE - Vocabulary about the Celts and their world by Ana García, and HERE and HERE - Kahoot about the Celts).

We will also take pictures of the students holding the "bye bye symbols" above in their hands and then make a video with music and photos. Soon on this blog.

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Window on Britain

A series of very interesting videos about Britain for ESL learners.

HOLIDAYS IN BRITAIN  (Questions about the second video)

What are the three first questions that the presenter asks about the British and their holidays?

When does she go on holiday?

How  long is most people’s break?         Can they choose when they take it?

How many holiday trips do British people make every year?

Which country is the number one choice for many people? (to go on holiday)

Why do so many British people go abroad for their holidays?

How did people travel from big cities to seaside towns in the 19th century?

What is the distance between Brighton and London?

Why do people go to Brighton?

Where do people stay there?

How many British people spend their holidays in Devon or Cornwall?

Where are Devon, Cornwall?

Where are the Lake District and Scotland, which are also very popular?

Is London a popular destination among British holidaymakers?

Many British people like activity holidays. What do they consist of?

KEY HERE

Questions about the video LEISURE, HERE. (Key HERE)

Questions about the video HEALTH (and key) - HERE

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International Women's Day (Reading+Listening)

1st READ the text HERE (about International Womens’ Day)and answer the questions.

2nd WATCH and LISTEN TO the videos above (about Modern Suffragettes) and fill in the blanks HERE.

3rd WATCH AND LISTEN TO the advert "EQUALS" and fill in the gaps HERE.

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Sad Am I, And Sorrow Laden

This is an old Gaelic tune from The Celtic Lyre by Henry Whyte. Whyte was a collector of Gaelic folktunes around the end of the 19th century.. It is from the Hebrides. The Celtic Lyre indicates the tune was written by a "young gael on leaving home."

LYRICS

Sad am I and sorrow laden,

for the maid I love so well,

I adore thee, dearest maiden,

but my thoughts I dare not tell.

Ben of peaks the clouds that sever,

oft thy steeps have wearied me,

Must I leave thy shade for ever?

Then farewell, farewell to thee.


Click HERE (Song) and  HERE

2nd year ESO students are going to learn this song and be recorded as they sing it (Celtic nations project - click HERE and HERE to find out about other songs which 2nd ESO students are going to learn and sing,  and HERE - Vocabulary about the Celts and their world by Ana García, and HERE and HERE - Kahoot about the Celts)

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MORE ABOUT.... CONDITIONALS!

Watch the videos above. Click HERE, too.

Conditionals with.... JOHNNY GRAMMAR (British Council):

ZERO CONDITIONALS

FIRST AND SECOND CONDITIONALS

THIRD CONDITIONALS

MIXED CONDITIONALS

LearnEnglish Teens - British Council - Conditionals - HERE

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MORE ABOUT....THE PASSIVE VOICE!

Learn English Teens (British Council) - Passive Voice - HERE

Click HERE

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New ABAU Tests

Click HERE, and HEREHERE, HERE, HERE, HERE,as well.

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