KIDS. Programme LEVELTEL Hélène MAHIEU. Programme LEVELTEL Hélène MAHIEU. 25th November .pdf. Word on the Street - Hospital. Stephen: Wow, I haven’t done this for years.
This is a great place to skate. Ashlie: Stephen’s come skateboarding, and me and Poppy have come along to watch. Word on the Street - Hospital. General English - Magazine. Around the world, one in four people will have some kind of mental illness during their lifetime.
Around 450 million people are living with a mental health problem right now, making it one of the biggest health issues in the world. Yet people rarely talk about any mental health problems they have because there is still a lot of stigma. World Mental Health Day World Mental Health (WMH) Day was first celebrated in 1992. It was created to raise awareness of just how common mental health issues are, fight against stigma and campaign for better conditions and treatment for people who have a mental health problem. Mental health in the workplace Employers should create an environment which supports good mental health. Get some exercise Of course, we also need to look after our own mental health.
Eat well. My cow News and Questions. Big numbers! Introduction Lots of our students have problems with big numbers.
Sometimes they don’t know where to say ‘and’. Sometimes they confuse numbers like ‘sixteen’ and ‘sixty’. In this lesson students revise big numbers in a fun way. First they play a guessing game, then they play Bingo! Topic Big numbers Level. Apprendre l'anglais au quotidien : préparer le bac et les test de certification, pratiquer son anglais pour améliorer sa compréhension et sa prononciation, enrichir son vocabulaire et gagner de l'aisance à l'écrit. Buying new shoes. At the shop. Shopkeeper: Hi.
Can I help you? Gemma: Hello. How much is this magazine? Shopkeeper: Let’s see … Top Sounds, that’s £1.99.Gemma: OK, can I have the magazine and do you have a bottle of water? General English - Britain is GREAT. London is the shopping capital of the world.
Every year millions of overseas visitors shop here. But what makes shopping here so great? There’s only one way to find out. I’m off to do some shopping – follow me! How to ask someone where they got something. BBC World Service. Listening - Intermediate B1. Chemist: Hello, can I help?
Customer: Yes, my wife sent me here. I, erm, need something for a sore throat … and I can't stop coughing. Shopping for clothes. Shop assistant: Can I help you?
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Plastic Money. (level 1) Emily thinks there's good and bad things about using plastic money ► Download (1.8 MB, 3min 51sec)► Transcript► Worksheet & Answers► Vocabulary tasks Household chores. (level 1) What a bore! ► Download (1.8 MB, 3min 51sec)► Transcript► Worksheet & Answers► Vocabulary tasks. BBC Learning English. BBC Learning English - Course: intermediate / Unit 1 / Session 4 / Activity 1. Listening - Pre-intermediate A2.
Problems at the train station. Station manager: Good afternoon.
How can I help you? Makayla: Hello … Erm … yes. I’ve just missed my train! Airport check-in. In this lesson, students will listen to someone checking in at an airport. They will predict vocabulary, listen to the conversation and role-play the dialogue to practise their speaking skills. There are also suggestions for developing the theme of travel to practise specific areas of grammar. Aims: To practise listening skills To improve students’ vocabulary and speaking skills specifically related to airports. Hotels.
Eating out. Waiter: Hello.Jamie: Hi. A table for two, please.Waiter: Of course. Hotel Booking. In this lesson, students will listen to someone booking a hotel. They will predict vocabulary, listen to the conversation and role-play the dialogue to practise their speaking skills. There are also suggestions for developing the theme of hotels to practise specific areas of grammar. Aims: To practise listening skills To improve students’ vocabulary and speaking skills. Food and restaurants. Are you looking for somewhere special to go this weekend? Do you want to try something new? Check out one of these hot new restaurants. Last Days of the Raj A centrally located Indian restaurant, perfect for eating before or after the cinema or a show.
In summer enjoy your meal in the beautiful garden. A Taste of Tuscany. Speaking - Pre-intermediate A2.