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For my students – 30-day-challenge This challenge is to make you use your English more outside the classroom. For 30 days I want you to do at least one thing from the list every day. Fill in the grid you have gotten from me each day with what you have done. Try to do as many different things as possible. You can only do each assignment three times. Use Facebook in English for at least 24 hours.Watch a movie in English with no subtitles.Watch a movie in English with English subtitles.Listen to a podcast in English, look here for examples: at least one article at News in Levels at least five text messages in English.Watch TV news in English (using the internet works fine).
The sounds of English and the International Phonetic Alphabet © Tomasz P. Szynalski, Antimoon.com This chart contains all the sounds (phonemes) used in the English language. Adjectives Flashcards, Opposites flashcards, game cards, handouts, adjectives worksheets and printables set 1: preview these cards strong, weak. tall, short, slow, fast, heavy, light, pretty, ugly, boring, fun, big, small large flash cards, small game cards, bingo cards, a handout same cards with b/w backings: small game cards, bingo cards Adjectives PowerPoint flashcards Capitalisation rules Capital letters are used with particular types of nouns, in certain positions in sentences, and with some adjectives. You must always use capital letters for: The beginning of a sentence Examples
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