Thursday, 19 June 2008
Practise using the mouse here and here.
Choose from grammar, spelling, reading, writing and listening here.
Try personal pronouns, present simple, or making sentences.
After that you can try some adjectives to describe things.
If you want to learn about commas (,), look here.
Don't forget - check here in the summer for more websites to try.
Enjoy your practice!
Wednesday, 21 May 2008
Do you remember these everyday activities?
Next, you can practise reading about daily routines here and here.
If those are too easy, try this.
Try to learn some new words in the holiday.
Can you ask questions about all these things?
Do you like these things? Why? Why not?
- machines in the house
- things in the kitchen
- parts of the body
Here are some more websites you can use to practise your English in the holiday.
This is really good - lots of different activities:
Enjoy your practice!
Sunday, 18 May 2008
Here are some exercises for present simple and the verb to be.
Do this one first.
Remember the "s" for he and she: He plays football every Friday.
Verb ends in "ss" or "ch"? He watches TV in the evening.
Next, try this quiz. How many did you get right?
Now try this. How did you get on?
Here's another one, and another.
Now try the quiz again - did you get more points this time?
You can do these at home if you don't finish in class!
Wednesday, 14 May 2008
Friday, 7 March 2008
First, some words for homes.
Here's the game we played a couple of weeks ago - it's better if you've got sound!
There are more activities here.
There's also a story. You can read and listen. If you don't understand a word, double-click on it.
Try a furniture quiz, or lots of different things here.
For other words, go here. There are words for football, shopping, food, school and more.
Finally, learn some new verbs, adjectives or shapes.
Friday, 1 February 2008
Here's some alphabet and spelling practice - do you know which letter is correct?
And there's some more alphabet work here and here for Trishna and Hadi.
This lesson includes: simple sentences - days of the week - months of the year - and talking about family.
Look - say - cover - write - check (1)
Look - say - cover - write - check (2)
Learn some new words here, then write some sentences with the new words. Finally, what questions can you ask with, or about the new words?
Click here to practise listening and talking about friends.
There's lots more to practise here: try Parts 1 - 5 and the Vocabulary sections of the other parts.