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TurboEnglish - Getting It Right! - engelsk grammatik

TurboEnglish - Getting It Right! - engelsk grammatik
Nedan följer en lista med länkar till 21 korta videofilmer på Youtube. I varje film tar gymnasieläraren Henrik Birkebo upp ett moment inom den grundläggande engelska grammatiken och under varje länk kan du läsa en kort beskrivning av respektive films innehåll. Högerklicka på länken och öppna i nytt fönster (beroende på vilken webbläsare du har). För att befästa dina kunskaper finns det även en hänvisning till lämpligt och roligt övningsmaterial. När du har tittat på respektive film en eller flera gånger är det bara att klicka på länkarna under "Öva". Du hamnar då på lite olika sajter där du kan träna. Låt dig inspireras att hugga tag i den grundläggande grammatiken! "Fågel", "fisk" och "kärlek" är exempel på ord tillhörande ordklassen substantiv. Hur blir det med pluralformen av substantiv på engelska? Genitivformen av substantiv uttrycker gärna ägande (ex. Här får du lära dig vilka de personliga pronomenen är och hur de används. Som i "vi roar oss" (= "we amuse ourselves"). Öva:!+-+engelsk+grammatik

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messaggi planetari From St Mary’s School, Waverley, Johannesburg, South Africa From Eton School, Mexico City From Ágora, Comunidad Educativa, Mérida, Yucatán, México Common mistakes in present tenses in English %%page Present simple and present continuous are easy tenses to learn in English. However, as simple as they are, there are still many students who make mistakes in these English tenses. For this post I have collected the most common mistakes my students make. I believe it is much better to learn from the mistakes others make than to make them yourself and feel stupid. ADVERT: I have included the following activities in this post to help your students avoid mistakes in present tenses: a mind map, a worksheet, an online game on present tenses and an online quiz. Why Zippers Have YKK On Them Today I found out why zippers have a YKK on them. The YKK stands for Yoshida Kogyo Kabushikikaisha (say that five times fast). In 1934 Tadao Yoshida founded Yoshida Kogyo Kabushikikaisha (translated Yoshida Industries Limited).

Having Fun With Tearable Sentences I really enjoy activities that encourage students to stand up and move about the classroom. I like using information sharing activities, running dictations and anything that gets the students to mingle and talk to each other. This activity was a new one for me, even though Peter describes it as: “… a pretty common feature of our training.” It just goes to show that everyone’s experience is a little different. That is what is great about blogging and reading other people blogs, you gain an insight into their experience and can take away new activity ideas.

English grammar test This short English grammar test will tell you if you're level A, B or C on the CEFR scale for receptive English skills (listening and reading). Although I didn't build it, I haven't found a more accurate English grammar test anywhere, at least not for free. There's a longer version of this same English grammar test that gives you a more precise score and you can publish that score straight to your LinkedIn profile if you want to. If you're really looking for a challenge, there's a 2 hour version which tells you what you'd score on the TOEFL and IELTS if you took those tests. All three English grammar tests are available at no charge over on the site of the test's makers. When you're looking for an English grammar test, it's better to choose a test that evaluates English grammar usage, that is to say, English in context, rather than just testing rules.

Grammar contrasts 3: will vs going to By Scott Thornbury An article explaining the difference between 'will' and 'going to' when talking about the future. Old, old chestnuts I know, but.............the most recurrent problems I have with students are (1) present perfect vs past simple and (2) 'going to' vs 'will'. Any hot tips??

Video Lesson: Mr. Bean Follow me on twitter This is a video lesson based around the video “Mr. Bean packs his suitcase” thanks to British Council for bringing it to my attention in their lesson plan on making predictions but I’ve adapted it for use in different ways with different levels. Kids and lower levels The aim of this lesson plan is to practice holiday vocabulary (clothes and items that go in a suitcase) and some basic grammar structure.

Cecilias Webbrum Hello students! Today you will try something that is called Blackout poetry, or sometimes also named Found poetry or Censured poetry. Grab a page from an old book, or newspaper and a marker, a whiteboard pen or a fineliner.Make circles or Squares around the words or sentences you find interesting and that when read together create a poem or story.Blackout or mark out the words that you don´t need to create a magical visual poem! For further instructions, inspiration click and take a look here, see a slideshare or browse around here. Now it´s your turn to have a go. Have fun and good luck!