Posted by: crisdiaz24 | April 21, 2015

EXÁMENES DE OTRAS COMUNIDADES

http://www.losexamenes.com/examenes-idiomas/ingles

Posted by: crisdiaz24 | April 21, 2015

IDIOMS WITH FOOD

food

Posted by: crisdiaz24 | April 18, 2015

SPEAKING ACTIVITIES

Lots of topics to speak about; twenty questions per topic. A great website!

http://www.headsupenglish.com/index.php/advanced-english-students/advanced-skill-builders/advanced-speaking

speakin2

Posted by: crisdiaz24 | April 18, 2015

CAE speaking phrases

You can download a list of very USEFUL speaking phrases from the following link:

http://freeenglishlessonplans.com/2015/03/11/cae-speaking-phrases/

speaking phrases

Posted by: crisdiaz24 | April 16, 2015

Bad Travel Experiences

bad travel experiencesFrom:

@ShanthiStreatenglishwithatwist.com,

Posted by: crisdiaz24 | April 11, 2015

English vocabulary with Pictures

A fantastic websites with lots of pictures, diagrams, mind maps, lists… Everything you want to know about English vocabulary:

http://www.myenglishteacher.eu/blog/english-vocabulary-with-pictures/

Posted by: crisdiaz24 | April 10, 2015

Talking about your job in English

http://languagelearningbase.com/86827/talking-about-your-job

Posted by: crisdiaz24 | April 10, 2015

How to say “0” in English

zero

 

From: http://teacher.pl/teacher-blog/the-world-in-numbers/

Read the following poem carefully. Try to understand the underlying meaning. In pairs, make up sentences referring to the author’s feelings. Use conditional structures, She wishes, If only, She’d rather,…

For example: She’d rather her father didn’t drink so much.

MY FATHER SINGS, TO MY EMBARRASSMENT

 

at Las Villas, a small Carol City bar with a makeshift stage,

where he spends too much time drinking,

pretending he can learn to play the guitar at forty-five,

become a singer, a musician,

who writes about “Que Difícil Es….”

to live in Spanish in Miami,

a city yet to be translated,

in a restaurant where he has taken us for Cuban food,

where I sit, frozen, unable to make a sound,

where Mother smiles,

all her teeth exposed,

squeezes my hand,

where Mae and Mitzy hide

under the table shielding them from shame

with a blood-red tablecloth,

leaving my mother and me,

pale-faced, trapped by the spotlight shining in our eyes,

making it difficult for us to pretend

we do not know the man in the white suit

pointing to us.

 

Sandra M. Castillo

 

 

From: http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/250022

Posted by: crisdiaz24 | April 8, 2015

Favorite British Expressions

http://www.anglotopia.net/british-identity/english-language/dispatches-england-favorite-british-expressions/

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