Thursday, September 21, 2017

UNIT 1: PAST SIMPLE, PAST CONTINUOUS AND PAST PERFECT

Dear students,
This is the post where you have to comment on the results you've obtained in your research work on the Internet.
The aim is to publish at least one INTERESTING link related to Past Simple, Continuous and Past Perfect Simple.
Good luck with your research.

UNIT 1: TENSE REVIEW

Dear students,
This is the post where you have to comment on the results you've obtained in your research work on the Internet.
The aim is to publish at least one INTERESTING link related to Present Simple, Continuous and Stative verbs.
Good luck with your research.

Monday, September 18, 2017

WELCOME BACK TO THE COURSE 17/18

Hi everyone,

I'd like to warmly welcome you to our new course 17/18 at IES Càrcer.

I hope you're willing to learn a lot of English this year and I also hope we'll have a really good time altogether!

Saturday, May 04, 2013

UNIT 8: THE CAUSATIVE

Causative Passive

Remember:
The causative in the passive voice has the following structure:
1. For GET and HAVE: usually used with professional services.
I went to the bank to have my cheque cashed.
got my car washed and the oil changed.
GET/HAVE plus SOMETHING plus PAST PARTICIPLE (by someone)
Usually, we know who is doing the professional service so the BY SOMEONE is not required.

Take a look at the following video with some more examples:

UNIT 8 : THE PASSIVE VOICE


Let's introduce this easy topic with these video-explanations about the passive voice in English. Enjoy them!





Once you've learnt its form and use, why not trying some activities on-line?

THE PASSIVE VOICE

UNIT 7: CONDITIONAL REVIEW


Check out this SlideShare Presentation and do the following activities:

Conditionals

View more presentations from Ivan Albacete.




Try to do the following activities:
http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/conditional-sentences
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises_list/if.htm
http://www.englishpage.com/conditional/conditionalintro.html (Conditional Tutorial)
http://bachiller.sabuco.com/ingles/eloy/2bach/conditio.pdf

UNIT 7: CONDITIONAL SENTENCES


Hi students! We're about to start the final period of the course. But we still have got a lot of interesting English structures and vocabulary to learn.
Let's continue with CONDITIONAL SENTENCES. Let's review them, as usual, with these videos

Conditional sentences in songs. Enjoy them!

Sunday, February 24, 2013

WHEN DO WE USE MODAL PERFECTS ?

If you want to find it out, watch the following video carefully:



Need something more? Practise with the following exercises:
http://www.englishpage.com/modals/modalintro.html
http://www.autoenglish.org/modalverbs.htm

Have you found an interesting link to keep on practising modal verbs? Leave a comment with the link!
Share them with your classmates!

UNIT 6: GERUNDS & INFINITIVES

GERUNDS vs INFINITIVES:

Watch the following videos and try to do the following activities online:



Online activities

UNIT 6: MODAL & MODAL PERFECT VERBS

Here you can study Modal Verbs with this summary which can help you understand their features and their uses.


Remember to leave a comment if you find an interesting link to learn more about modal verbs.
Share it with your classmates!

UNIT 5 : RELATIVE PRONOUNS & CLAUSES

Take a look at the following link and learn a lot about relative clauses:


http://www.grammar-quizzes.com/clausesum.html


Then, take a look at the following video:


WORD ORDER IN ADJECTIVES

In order to practise the word order in adjectives, I've found the following links for you to take a look at home:
Descriptive adjectives usually occur in the following order:
Evaluation/Opinion, Appearance (size/measure, shape, condition) Age, Colour, Origin (geographical, material).
Click on the following links:
Word Order
Adjectives
English Adjectives Activity
Adjective Placement

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

UNIT 4: FUTURE TENSES

Dear students,


This is the post where you have to comment on the results you've obtained in your research work on the Internet.

The aim is to publish at least one INTERESTING link related to FUTURE TENSES: Present Continuous with future meaning, BE GOING TO, Future Simple (will), Future COntinuous (WILL BE + ing), Future Perfect (WILL HAVE + Past participle)
Good luck with your research.

These are some of the links you've found:
http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/viewgame.asp?id=7229#a
http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/simplefuture.html
- http://www.slideshare.net/anabermu/englishfuture
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/grammar/future_comparison.htm
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/tenses/future.htm
http://www.ejerciciodeingles.com/formas-verbales-del-futuro-en-ingles

Meanwhile, I leave some links here for you to practise:
Take a look at the following summary of the FUTURE TENSE






Complete information about FUTURE CONTINUOUS and here

More information on FUTURE PERFECT

Exercises: will or going to?

Future mix


Wednesday, December 12, 2012

UNIT 3: PRESENT PERFECT

We're going to study Present Perfect in Unit no. 3. You can review this verbal tense and do some more activities with this tutorial about it. I wish it may be very helpful for you.
If you want to go there, click here

And now, you've got a series of videos with information about PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE and PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

FORMING PRESENT PERFECT



UNDERSTANDING PRESENT PERFECT



NEGATIVES AND QUESTIONS



TIME EXPRESSIONS (EVER, NEVER, ALREADY, YET, SINCE, FOR, IN)+ PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS.



HOW LONG...? + PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS