In April: phrasal verbs, talking about fish, using phonemic script and more.
In March: giving instructions, writing a speech, question tags and more.
In September: fake English words, predicting a storyline, expressions with "put".
In May: short conversations, formulating questions, writing a story.
In April: inventing words, writing captions, saying tongue-twisters.
Students read small ads from the magazine and make plans for taking a language course.
In January: practising "a/an" and "the"; distinguishing easily confused words.
Here are some easy ways to have your learners work on dates and times in every lesson.
Students practise question forms with a quick fact-finding activity.
In June: "for" and "since", talking about money, an Alaska game.
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