Wednesday, 30 September 2015

115/120 LS

Practicing Negatives in Speaking 
The use of the verb Leave 

Practice the pronunciation of these words in your pairs.


would
clothes
murder
air
literature
language
deterioration
little
catastrophic
unfortunate
ambulance
law
gorgeous
thoroughly
daughter
challenge
enhance
variety
whistle
throughout
island
shrimp
refrigerator
scissors
cough
though
through
psychologist
genuine


Irene has a really bad cough at the moment. She was coughing all through the night. The strange thing is that she doesn’t feel any other symptoms though.

Barry is a psychologist and studies murderers and the reasons why people murder.

When we are little, our teachers teach us to hold scissors properly, so that if we fall, nothing catastrophic happens!

I wish I had studied literature at university and became and professor. I love language and I know that I would thoroughly enjoy my job if were a professor of literature.
Warm up Speaking - Student A / Student B 
Cause and Effect Linking Words
More articles practice!
Listening 10:3
Vocabulary
Must / Can't: Ex 1 & 2
A Triangles: could, might & may


Homework
- Write 10 sentences with the 'Cause and Effect' Linking words. - Send to me by FRIDAY
- Exercise 3&4 from Grammar 10:1
- Extra Practice 

Friday, 25 September 2015

115/120 LS

FREE FRIDAY :-)

Unit 9:3

Go through some homework
Conditionals practice 
Conditional thoughts
Conditional Jeopardy
Dictation

Homework 
Practice 1
Practice 2

Unit 9 Quiz on Monday. 
Things to study:
1st Conditional
2nd Conditional
Vocabulary from Unit 9 

Wednesday, 16 September 2015

115/120 LS

Vocabulary + Listening - Thinking out Loud 
Game: Vocabulary (Review from the past 2 weeks) 

Unit 8:2

Listening 8:2 
Finish 'The Disappearing Honey bee.'
Review of Present Perfect 
Vocabulary: Unit 8
Beginning of Adjectives: Speaking 

Homework 

  • Make your video for the exam on Friday. The questions are on your ME page on smrtenglish.com
  • The video should be maximum 5 minutes long. 
  • Do not makes notes, or read from a document. 
  • I want to hear your natural/spontaneous speaking. 
  • Due: Friday 10:20am 

Friday, 4 September 2015

Wednesday, 2 September 2015