Březen 2010

English Listening Exercises - online

30. března 2010 v 10:53 | Andrea |  KGE/ZAJG2
source: http://www.parapal-online.co.uk/listening.html
Working from home. What is working from home like?
E-Learning. Listen to the opinions about the use of e-learning for languages.
Cars. Listen to the problems associated with cars and answer the questions.
Written exercises on this topic.
Food. Listen to the opinions on supermarkets and food supply.
Written exercises on this topic.
Other listening exercises for lower level students.
Interview. A small exercise with sound files and multiple choice questions for low level students.
Supermarket. This is a story ordering exercise which uses a song by my friend Andy Brown. Listen to the song and put the sentences in order.

Test yourselves!

30. března 2010 v 10:47 | Andrea |  KGE/ZAJG2

English Test: Tenses

Present Progressive: Level 1Level 2Level 3
Simple Present: Level 1Level 2Level 3
Simple Past: Level 1Level 2Level 3
Present Perfect: Level 1Level 2Level 3
Past Progressive: Level 1Level 2Level 3
Present Perfect Progressive: Level 2Level 3
Past Perfect: Level 2Level 3
Future I Simple will: Level 1Level 2Level 3
Future I Simple going to: Level 1Level 2Level 3

English-Test: Tenses Mix

Simple Present, Present Progressive, Present Perfect, Simple Past, If-Satz Type I Level: lower intermediateLevel 2
All Present, Past and Future Tenses Level: intermediateLevel 3
Tenses Active and Passive Level: intermediateLevel 3
Simple Past, Past Progressive, Past Perfect Level: upper intermediateLevel 4
Simple Present, Present Perfect, Simple Past, Past Perfect Level: upper intermediateLevel 4

Other English Tests

Mixed English Test 1: Level 2, Level 3, Level 4
Relative-Clauses: Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4
Infinitive / Gerund: Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4
If Clauses: Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4

Practice English Grammar - online!!!

30. března 2010 v 10:45 | Andrea |  KGE/ZAJG2

English Tenses - Overview

Table of English Tenses
Diagram of all Tenses
Example Sentences for all Tenses

English Tenses Active

Pool of Exercises
Irregular Verbs
Simple Present (Present Simple)
Present Progressive / Continuous
Simple Past (Past Simple)
Past Progressive / Continuous
Present Perfect Simple
Present Perfect Progressive / Continuous
Past Perfect Simple
Past Perfect Progressive / Continuous
Future I Simple (will)
Future I Simple (going to)
Future I Progressive / Continuous
Future II Simple
Future II Progressive / Continuous

Conditional and Subjunctive

Conditional I Simple
Conditional I Progressive / Continuous
Conditional II Simple
Conditional II Progressive / Continuous

All other Grammar Topics

Adjectives, Adverbs (Formation, Comparison)
Auxiliary Verbs
Modal Verbs
If-Clauses (Conditional Clauses/Sentences)
Infinitive, Gerund
Nouns (incl. Articles, Plural and Possessive Forms)
Passive Voice
Phrasal Verbs
Question Tags
Relative Clauses
Reported Speech
Short Answers
Word Order (Sentence Structure)

Confusing Tenses

Simple Present - Present Progressive
Simple Present - Present Perfect Progressive
Present Perfect Simple - Present Perfect Progressive
Simple Past - Past Progressive
Simple Past - Present Perfect Simple
Simple Past - Past Perfect Simple
Future Mix (going to, will, Simple Present, Present Progressive)

zdroj: http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar

Homework: unrevealed mysteries

30. března 2010 v 10:41 | Andrea |  KGE/ZAJG2
You can check your homework HERE

Here is the place, where you should post your homework

8. března 2010 v 13:11 | Andrea |  KGE/ZAJG2
HW 8. 3. 2010
Write about a nightmare journey you've had (or invent it).

Paragraph 1
1. When was the journey?
2. Where were you going?
3. Who with?
4. Why?

Paragraph 2
1. What went wrong?
2. What happened?

Paragraph 3
1. What happened in the end?

The story should be 120 - 150 words long (articles aren't counted as words ;))
Check the story for mistakes - grammar, punctuation, spelling.

(NEF Intermediate, p. 33)