Moments. This EFL lesson is designed around a beautiful short film called Momentos by Nuno Rocha and the theme of homelessness.
Students use vocabulary to describe appearance, character and feelings, write a story, watch a short film and speak about homelessness. I would ask all teachers who use Film English to consider buying my book Film in Action as the royalties which I receive from sales help to keep the website completely free. Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Advanced (C1) Learner type: Teens and adults Time: 90 minutes Activity: Writing a story, watching a short film and speaking Topic: Homelessness Language: Vocabulary to describe appearance, character and feelings, and narrative tenses Materials: Short film and discussion questions Downloadable materials: moments lesson instructions moments photos homelessness discussion questions Support Film English Film English remains ad-free and takes many hours a month to research and write, and hundreds of dollars to sustain.
Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4. Verb Tense Tutorial. Verb tenses are tools that English speakers use to express time in their language.
You may find that many English tenses do not have direct translations in your language. That is not a problem. By studying this verb tense tutorial, you will learn to think like a native English speaker. If you prefer to use the verb tense pages as a reference only and do not want to complete the tutorial, Click Here. The tutorial should be completed as follows: Simple Present and Present continuous. Modal Verbs. Learning modal verbs can be difficult for some learners of the English language.
Of course, it helps to know what they are, and how they are used, but it's just as important to know the phrase combinations you'll find them in at the advanced level of the English language. As an introduction to modal verbs, please look through the following information. It will help you to get the most out of the modal verb pages on this site. First off, there are a few things worthy to note concerning these types of verbs. Typically, the following apply to all modals. A.
A. I should go visit them.I think it will be rather boring.Things could have been so different. B. I should go visit them.I think it will rain tomorrow.Things could have been better.Someone may have seen them.They might be home tomorrow.They may be late.They should have known.He can come by anytime. C. She ought to go out with Tom.Sam ought to have taken his medicine.You ought to be doing this, not me. Modal verbs exercises - advanced level. Modal verbs: presentation.
Modal verbs: theory. Used to or usually. Exercícios de Inglês. RELATIVE PRONOUNS. Relative Clauses Exercise 1. Relative Pronoun Gap Fill. Read this letter from Ben to his friend Sheila.
For each space, put a relative pronoun: whose - where - when - who - which - that Where it is possible to leave the empty space without a relative pronoun, write 0 (zero) in the box. Where both which and that can be used, use that. The English Learning Lounge - our new iPhone/iPad App. The History of English (BBC animation) - LinkEngPark. Anglo-Saxon The English language begins with the phrase ‘Up Yours Caesar!’
As the Romans leave Britain and a lot of Germanic tribes start flooding in, tribes such as the Angles and the Saxons – who together gave us the term Anglo-Saxon, and the Jutes – who didn’t. The Romans left some very straight roads behind, but not much of their Latin language. The Anglo-Saxon vocab was much more useful as it was mainly words for simple everyday things like ‘house’, ‘woman’, ‘loaf’ and ‘werewolf’. Four of our days of the week – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday were named in honour of Anglo-Saxon gods, but they didn’t bother with Saturday, Sunday and Monday as they had all gone off for a long weekend.
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