Monday, 23 February 2009

Year 2: Slumdog Millionaire

Slumdog Millionaire is the film everybody is talking about. If you want to watch the trailer in English click here.

I have prepared a couple of listening exercises for you. The second part is about the Indian film industry. Listen to the audio file and then do the exercises.

Thursday, 19 February 2009

Year 1: Revision of Grammar


Do you want to revise some points of grammar for the exam? Here is a Power Point presentation that may help you.

Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Year 2: Songs

Hello, again

Do you want to revise your tenses? Then, try this quiz.

Watch these videos and do the activities. You have got the worksheet of True Blue and, if you click here, you can download the key.

If you want more practice on the Present Perfect, listen to this song and do this activity.

Monday, 16 February 2009

Valentine's Day

Want to find out more about Valentine's Day traditions?

Year 1: Read this text and do the activities.
Year 2: Read this text and listen to the story (or download it). Then download the activities.

Friday, 13 February 2009

Year 2: Clothes

Hi there,

If you want to practise your reading skills, here you have another text on the rise of Zara . Click here to get the answers.

You can also read this article on clothing sizes (and listen to it too).

Here you can find a listening exercise on verbs to talk about clothes.

Check what you have learned with this quiz.

Friday, 6 February 2009


Charles Darwin was born 200 years ago -on 12 February 1809-, and 50 years later he unveiled his theory of natural selection. To mark these anniversaries, why don't we find out more about the life of the world-famous British naturalist and about the natural world?

Year 1:
1) Learn more about the natural world with this Ppt Presentation.

2) Test what you have learned with this animal quiz.
3) Want a challenge? Then, try this game. You have to press 1, 2, or 3 on your keyboard to select the correct answer.

Year 2:
1) If you want to know more about the life of Darwin and practise your listening skills, click here. Listen to the recording and choose the right answer.
2) Do you want to brush up your animal vocabulary? Why not try this quiz?

Good luck!