Video interview about daily routines. It includes a test and the transcript.
Category: Level 1
One of the first things students talk about in class is their daily routines. Now it’s the teachers’ turn to do the same in this video.
The verb “go” can be very confusing. Here you have a very useful video lesson about this verb.
This is a video lesson on the superlative adjectives. You can watch it before or after watching the video lesson on the comparative adjectives.
In this video a teacher gives a brief introduction to the comparative form of English adjectives.
Here you have a useful chart that you can use to improve your fluency when asking questions using the “going to” future form. The recommended practice is about your next holiday, which is perfect to use this future form
Here you have a useful chart that you can use to improve your fluency when asking questions in different tenses. For the first level (elementary level), I recommend using present simple, present continuous, past simple and the “going to” future form.
Here you have two videos to help you distinguish when to use subject and object pronouns, and possessive adjectives and pronouns. I also include a test and a chart with the English subject and object pronouns, and possessive adjectives and pronouns. You can use the chart to do the test that I include at the end and that covers all the pronouns […]
In this video three people ask questions in past to a fourth person to guess where he went on holidays. Very good practice on questions in past simple. Transcript is available.