viernes, 31 de enero de 2014

Oral Exam

The next Tuesday 4th of Febrer we have one oral exam, in this exam the situations are:
Oral Test

Saint Valentin's Day in the US

Hi,!!
I'm going to update this blog for the group, so be in touch!!
Here you have the presentation Sarah prepared for you. ENjoy it!!
Presentacion San Valentin

martes, 27 de noviembre de 2012

Preparación al control oral.


Situation 1: the elevator.
You meet your neighbour in the elevator. You talk about the weather:
  • Yesterday.
  • Today.
  • Tomorrow
  • Compare them.


Situation 2: Halloween plans
You run into a friend. It is one day before Halloween, and you talk about:
·         What you are doing on Halloween.
·         What you did last year for Halloween.
·         What your costume is going to be.
·         You ask your friend about his/her Halloween.



Situation 3: The big storm
There has been a big storm in your city. Your aunt, who lives far away, calls you because she is worried about the situation. She wants to know:
·         What happened during the strom.
·         If your are ok
·         If the storm damaged anything.

Situation 4: your holiday
You are going to spend the holiday in another country and your friend wants to know:
  • What you are going to do.
  • Where you are going go.
  • How you are going to go.
  • Who you are going to go with.
  • How long you are going to stay.
  • Where you are going to stay.

Situation 5: Debate this statement.
“Men and women are from different planets. Men are from Mars and women are from Venus”

lunes, 29 de octubre de 2012

HALLOWEEN


Here you heve Maria's presentation. Enjoy it.


miércoles, 3 de octubre de 2012

Hi students!
Here you have links to work on the new grammar point we are learning:
Comparative adjectives
Present continuous
Stative and dynamic verbs
Good luck!!!

viernes, 30 de octubre de 2009

Some exercises to revise for the exam.

On this address you can find lots of different exercises that will help you to revise. Try different activities like the text builder or the ones there are on the vocabulary section.
http://www.oup.com/elt/global/products/englishfile/preint/a_grammar/file02/grammar02_a01/