September 22, 2016

May 30, 2016

Summer materials

Click here to see a list of materials you can use to review what you have learnt. 

HAVE A GOOD SUMMER!

May 13, 2016

Past simple verbs song

Click here and watch the video. Here you have the lyrics.

This is the tale of Mr. Morton Mr. Morton is who?
He is the subject of our tale and the predicate tells what Mr. Morton must do
Mr. Morton walked down the street. Mr. Morton walked
Mr. Morton talked to his cat. Mr. Morton talked (Hello, cat, you look good)
Mr. Morton was lonely. Mr. Morton was
Mr. Morton is the subject of the sentence and what the predicate says, he does
Mr. Morton knew just one girl. Mr. Morton knew
Mr. Morton grew flowers for Pearl. Mr. Morton grew
Mr. Morton was very shy. Mr. Morton was Mr. Morton is the subject of the sentence and what the predicate says, he does
The subject is a noun. That's a person, place or thing. It's who or what the sentence is about and the predicate is the verb. That is the action word that gets the subject up and out
Mr. Morton wrote Pearl a poem. Mr. Morton wrote
Pearl replied in the afternoon. Pearl replied by a note.
Mr. Morton was very nervous. Mr. Morton was Mr. Morton is the subject of the sentence and what the predicate says, he does
The cat stretched. The sun beat down. A neighbour chased his kid (Come here kid ~ come on..) Each sentence is completed when you knew what the subject did
Mr. Morton knocked on her door. Mr. Morton knocked
Mr. Morton sat on her porch. Yes, he just sat there and rocked
Mr. Morton was a nervous man. when she opened up the door he ran
Mr. Morton climbed up his stairs. Mr. Morton climbed
Mr. Morton rhymed pretty words. Mr. Morton rhymed
Mr. Morton was lonely. Mr. Morton was
Until Pearl showed up with a single rose. Who say women can't propose?
Now Mr. Morton is happy. And Pearl and the cat are too. They're the subject of the sentence. And what the predicate says, they do

Last weekend

Image result for weekendListen to "Last weekend 2" and fill in the gaps. Check your answers in 'comments'.

On Saturday I ______________  (1) until 10. After I ______________  ______________ (2), I went to the kitchen and had ______________  ______________ ______________ (3) for breakfast. At 11 I went to the ______________ (4) to get my groceries. 
After that I went for a long run. At 1.30 I ______________ ______________(5). 
In the evening I went to ______________  ______________ (6) with friends. 

On ______________ (7) I also got up ______________(8). After breakfast I ______________ (9) with some friends. 
In the afternoon I ______________  ______________  ______________ (10) in the garden to take in some sun. 
In the evening I ______________ (11) dinner and ______________ (12) with my family.

Yesterday

Listen to Yesterday 1 and answer the questions. Check your answers in 'comments'.

1. What time did he wake up?
2. What did he have for breakfast?
3. How did he go to work?
4. What time did he finish work?
5. What did he buy after work?
6. What did he do before going to bed?
7. Why did he go to bed early?

Listen to Yesterday 2 and fill in the gaps. Check your answers in 'comments'.

Yesterday I _________  _________ (1) at 7.30. First I went to the bathroom and _________  _________  _________ (2) and brushed my teeth. Then I had _________  _________ (3) for breakfast. 
At 8.00 I _________  _________ (4) a run. After that, I took a shower and _________  _________ (5). 
At 10.45 I went _________  _________(6). I had lunch at _________  _________ (7) and at 5 o'clock I _________  _________(8). At 8.15 I had dinner with my friends. Then we _________  _________  _________(9). At midnight I _________  _________  _________(10).

May 06, 2016

Past simple grammar



Click here. Read the grammar and do the exercises.

Look at old posts (also in File 5)!!

Pronunciation of regular verbs

Image result for ed pronunciationClick here. Learn the rules and listen to the examples.