This week women and girls are in the centre of our attention. We talk about them, discuss gender differences, express our opinions. We broaden our horizons, enrich our vocabulary and practise grammar. You can also check your grammar knowledge in practice and paraphrase a couple of sentences. Girls have power and grammar doesn’t frighten them away.
It’s not enough to do your best if you want to make progress. You also need to do some exercises to make a great impression on others. So why don’t you make a small effort now and congratulate yourself on doing a good job a moment later. You know practice makes perfect.
It’s not so easy to earn money. However, spending it may be a lot of fun. Wasting money may be a real nuisance. On the other hand, inheriting it is something we all dream about. And what about you? Do you know how to talk about money in English?
Knowing food vocabulary is very useful not only during exams but also while travelling. There is nothing more exciting than tasting new dishes, spending time in restaurants and cafes and meeting new people. However, do you know enough words to order your favourite dishes, talk about food and enjoy exotic cuisines all over the world?
Is it ok to mix business with pleasure, work with fun, learning with playing? Well, just have a quick look and see for yourself. In this game you’ll revise vocabulary and language functions connected with work. Have fun!
This is a short exercise to show you the beauty and different meanings of some English words. Read the two sentences in each case and think of one word which would complete both of them. Are you sure you know all the meanings of these words?
A verb ‘to be’ is much more than just: I am, you are, he/she/it is and so on. Have a look at this short interactive handout and check if a verb ‘to be’ is still a mystery for you or not. After all ‘to be, or not to be, that is the question’ not only Shakespeare was fascinated by, but all of us ask ourselves every now and then and again.
This is a game on Present Simple. You can play it on your own or challenge your friends, siblings or parents. Have fun and check who the real Present Simple champion in your family or in your class is.
The last exercise for all 8th Graders this school year before the finals. This time you can practice language functions. All the best luck to all of you on Wednesday. Keeping my fingers crossed.
If you want to revise Simple Past tense and irregular verbs, this post is just for you. A couple of exercises will reveal if you mastered this tense or not. Good luck.