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Exam English Robinson Crusoe in Levels We continued observing all actions of the two groups. The five men in the forest sat down under a tree. After a long consultation under the tree, they got up and walked towards the beach. They probably gave up looking for their friend and we had to act quickly before they reached their boat. I had a plan. Friday and the assistant continued shouting back. This was very good for us. Meanwhile Friday and the captain’s assistant returned. We hid and waited for them. They started calling their friend, but again there was no response. The captain and Friday attacked them as soon as they were closer to us and away from the group. Then we all emerged from the forest and we ran to the boat. We decided to tie the prisoners. Now, we were ten men. Friday and I stayed on the island. The captain, his assistant and the passenger took the clothes of some of the prisoners. When they were near the ship, they spoke to the men on the ship. Several sailors were injured in the battle. We hugged each other.

Parts of a House ESL Printable Worksheets For Kids 1 Here on this page you can download and use ESL Printable Vocabulary Worksheets, Exercises, Handouts, Tests, Activities, Teaching and Learning Resources, Materials, Picture Dictionary, Posters and Puzzles for kids about Parts of a House Parts of a House Picture Dictionary ESL Vocabulary Worksheet A picture dictionary and classroom poster ESL worksheet for kids to study and learn parts of a house vocabulary. Look at the pictures and study the words. Useful for teaching and learning parts of a house. Parts of a House ESL Matching Exercise Worksheet For Kids A fun ESL vocabulary matching exercise worksheet for kids to study and practise parts of a house. Parts of a House Crossword Puzzle ESL Vocabulary Worksheet Parts of a House Word Search Puzzle ESL Vocabulary Worksheet A printable ESL crossword puzzle worksheet for kids to study and practise parts of a house vocabulary. An enjoyable ESL word search puzzle worksheet for kids to study and learn parts of a house vocabulary.

English Idioms & Slang Dictionary - Dictionary of English Idioms & Slang English Dictation - Learn English Free Improve your listening skills, writing skills, reading skills, spelling and punctuation! You will need a set of headphones, somewhere quiet, a pencil and a sheet of paper. The sound files are large, so be patient. Instructions:- Choose your level Elementary or Intermediate. Play the .mp3 files (they are large so be patient). Listen to the first file - Just Listen. Listen to second file - listen and write. Listen to the first file again - Check and correct. Check what you have written. We are adding videos to each dictation test.

Dialogues Here we are making available a collection of audio dialogues to enable teachers to help students develop their pronunciation. If you have teaching ideas for how to use these dialogues to develop your students' pronunciation, we would love to hear from you and publish your ideas on the site. To submit an idea If you would like to share a teaching idea for these materials please complete and submit this form Please note - file sizes for audio may be very large and can take a time to download depending on your connection speed. Right click on the download link (control + click for Mac users)Select 'Save target as' or 'Save link as'Select location where you wish to saveClick save Copyright information - Please Read These audio files are copyright British Council. These recordings were produced by British Council, Singapore and first appeared on the 'Practice Your Pron' CD. For more information on the CD contact:

free worksheets for podcasts in english - the top English language learning site for elementary students Usually the worksheets are just for members, but these ones are free for everyone! 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. ► Download (1.8 MB, 3min 51sec)► Transcript► Worksheet & Answers► Vocabulary tasks Creature comforts. ► Download (1.57MB, 3min 25sec) ► Transcript► Worksheet & Answers► Vocabulary tasks A garden bench. ► Download (1.51MB, 3min 18sec) ► Transcript► Worksheet & Answers ► Vocabulary tasks The best restaurant in London. ► Download (5min 05sec)► Transcript► Worksheet & Answers► Vocabulary tasks E-business means business. ► Download (4min 19sec)► Transcript► Worksheet & Answers► Vocabulary tasks Enjoyed the worksheets?

BBC Learning English - Learn English, learning English, English videos, grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, exams. Everything you need to help you learn English. British Life and Culture in the UK - Woodlands Junior School Short Stories Free Audio & Video Sort by Titles Per Page 1 - 10 of 307 Titles by Washington Irving Available on: Audio Download The quiet Dutch community of Sleepy Hollow lay in the Adirondack mountains on the western shore of the mighty Hudson River in America’s colonial period. by Richard Bach Online Video The tale that sent Bach soaring to fame tells the story of a seagull who practices for a lifetime to begin to know the meaning of kindness and love. by Anonymous The main frame story concerns a king and his new bride. by Geoffrey Chaucer The Canterbury Tales is a collection of stories written in Middle English by Geoffrey Chaucer in the 14th century (two of them in prose, the rest in verse). by Oscar Wilde A collection of children’s stories written in 1888, dealing primarily with love and selfishness. by F. Ranging in tone from humor to sentimentality, these stories by F. by Alfred Hitchcocks Online Audio Close the doors. by Henry R. by Fyodor Dostoevsky by James Joyce

Meg and Mog d'Helen Nicoll et Jan Pieńkowski - Activités et jeux à imprimer sur l'album Titre : Meg and Mog Auteurs : Helen Nicoll and Jan PieńkowskiÉditeur : Puffin Books (1975)Langue : anglais Thèmes : les préparatifs de Meg pour fêter Halloween, animaux, vêtements, nourriture…Niveaux : CE2, CM1, CM2, Cycle 2, Cycle 3 Meg la sorcière et son chat à rayures Mog vont à une fête avec leurs amies sorcières Bess, Jess, Tess, Cress. « Meg and Mog » d’Helen Nicoll and Jan Pieńkowski est la première histoire, et la plus connue, de la célèbre sorcière Meg, de son chat Mog et son hibou Owl. Le vocabulaire et la syntaxe du livre sont riches et complexes. Culture et lexique : Grammaire : la place de l’adjectif dans le groupe nominal et l’invariabilité de l’adjectif épithète (« her tall black hat », her big black shoes ») ;l’adjectif possessif « her » ;le pluriel irrégulier : a mouse /mice ;la plupart des verbes présents dans le livre sont des verbes irréguliers, ou des verbes avec préposition et sont au passé. Phonologie : Pistes d’exploitation :

Cambridge English Write & Improve It's free to start writing! Click on any of these tasks to start. You're ready to write and improve! An email: Lost property You lost something in Dublin city centre. Send an email to Dublin Lost Property. You must include The date and time you lost the itemWhere you think you lost the itemWhat item you lost and its description Write your email. A note: Thank you note Your friend, Helen, sent you a card and a book for your birthday. Write a note to Helen. In your note: say thank you for the card and giftsay why you like the gifttell Helen what you did for your birthday An email: Going to the cinema You and two friends are going to go to the cinema at the weekend. Write an email to Alex. In your email: ask Alex to go with youtell Alex what film you are going to seesay when and where you will meet A postcard: Your holiday You are on holiday now. Say: where you arewhat you have seenwhat you did last night. A story: Danger Your English teacher has asked you to write a story for the college magazine.

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