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.
Joanna Westcombe presents more ideas for using this month's quiz game in class.
READING TEST How good is your English?
MALTA Islands of culture
GRAMMAR: Reported speech
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