Household chores. Are you those kinds of rare people who love doing chores? I’m not! I think the only thing I’ll love to do is cooking but only on the weekends and not all the weekends. I mean very rarely. 🙂 Here they are the steps to your guided self-learning of the week Self-study: watch the videos for pronunciation and read the text for some … Continue reading Self-learning
Hey guys, how are you doing today? Tell me! Tell me! Are you a foodie? I am. I don’t know how to cook but if there is something I have been learning how to do properly this thing is to eat. I love eating and I do appreciate world food. 🙂 Today’s video will surely help you learn English and culture in a very interesting … Continue reading Self-learning: eating in Europe
Hey guys! Howdy? Hope you’re all well. Here are some rules to follow during our online meetings. If you have any question, let me know. Continue reading Online classes rules and reminders
“The night Max wore his wolf suit and made mischief of one kind and another his mother called him ‘WILD THING!’ and Max said ‘I’LL EAT YOU UP!’ Continue reading Where the wild things are – literature and cinema
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Book: The Gruffalo Author Julia Donaldson Illustrator: Axel Scheffler Publisher: Puffin Books Learning target: animals and body descriptions in English. Age: 5 (not afraid child) on + The Gruffalo is a rhyming story for children written by the English author Julian Donaldson. You can meet the author here. The book The mouse said, “Gruffalo, now you see, everyone… Continue reading The Gruffalo
Memory is the past meeting the present and building something else from them. By the way, this is Lygia Fagundes Telles a Brazilian writer. Have you ever read any of her books? 3. Can you use your list from above to build 5 sentences with used to? 4. What other things used to be true for you? Sue Continue reading It all used to be true.
Do not let yourself fall into the traps of the misconceptions about learning. Many think that learning a language can be fast and without much work. This is not true and no matter how many technologies you have to help you, learning a language will demand time and patience. You will not learn a language in three months or six or in a year. But … Continue reading Nothing until …
Have you ever crushed garlic? Listening activity 1. Read the words in the box and use them to complete the gaps from the passage below. Try to complete whatever you can before you listen to/watch the video. Look up the meaning of those words you do not know. The sentences in the passage are not necessarily the same in the audio, but they are part … Continue reading Cooking vocabulary
A lingua portuguesa é a oitava lingua mais falada do mundo. Está presente em quatro continentes e é a lingua de interesse de muita gente. Gente que gosta de ler romances em língua original e de viajar e ser capaz de se comunicar respeitosamente com os habitante locais. Essa lingua linda e cheia de variantes, assim como todas as línguas, é originaria do Latim vulgar. … Continue reading A lingua portuguesa
Online courses Are you considering studying online? What holds you back? Technology phobia? Lack of confidence in the modality? Love for physical contact with teachers and students? Many things may be moving us against the online teaching modality. But, think twice. It doesn’t change much. Online you still have a teacher. Online you still have things to do and study and read. Online you still … Continue reading Online or offline language courses?
Listening and speaking activity to practice the verb to be in the present and present continuous. ListeningA This is a very simple listening activity. All you have to do is to click the link below to listen to the people speaking and write down whatever you get. You can stop and continue up to three times the same fragment. ⇨ The verb to … Continue reading Listening and speaking activity – Levels A and B
How does a teacher prepare his lessons? He studies, ponders, create, analyse and apply. After it sometimes he will smile happily and other times he will cry. – Sue A. Viana Continue reading A pre-A1 lesson