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State and action verbs

Action verbs (also called dynamic verbs) express activities, processes, momentary actions or physical conditions, whereas some other verbs (state verbs) are not usually used in the present continuous because they describe states not actions (states or conditions that are relatively static). These are usually: 1. VERBS OF FEELING: like, love, hate, want, prefer, need 2. … Continue reading

Jim Caviezel on The Passion of the Christ

We have seen and -more importantly- listened to this interview to Jim Caviezel (the main actor in The Passion of the Christ), which I thought was very interesting, especially now that we are in Easter and have recently gone through the Holy Week. I hope you enjoy it!

SHOW & TELL for Workshop

Dear students, it’s time for us to carry out a nice project called SHOW & TELL, which is very well-known in English-speaking countries and consists in you choosing an item(s) and explain it to your classmates in 10-15 minutes time so that they learn something new. You can speak about one of your hobbies, about … Continue reading

Fondant for beginners

And here’s what I promised!! Winnie the Pooh fondant tutorial: http://youtu.be/QIDV1iW-_y0 Peppa Pig and George fondant tutorial: http://youtu.be/FOjwTvjkvk0 Cute teddy bear fondant tutorial (Australian accent!): http://youtu.be/_VK9YifvvP8

Countables and uncountables

Have you ever wondered how to use “little” or “a little”, “few” or “a few”? If you have, here’s a short guide to how to use it properly. And, if you haven’t, you should look at this pdf document to find out more about how to quantify things. Countables and uncountables

Listening: “Let’s talk to some artists!”

Here you are, so that you can check your Q&A worksheet!!

Some info on St. Valentine’s Day

St. Valentine was a holy priest in Rome, who, with St. Marius and his family, assisted the martyrs in the persecution under Claudius II. Since he was caught marrying Christian couples and aiding any Christians who were being persecuted under Emperor Claudius in Rome [when helping them was considered a crime], Valentinus was arrested and … Continue reading

Masterchef 2013

Wednesday 18th is very close, so you’re already thinking about what you can do to impress the judges on the day of the Masterchef Contest… The recipes are totally your choice and a result of your group work, but here are some pictures in case you need an extra bit of help to write out … Continue reading

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