Wordreference Dictionary

sábado, 26 de mayo de 2018

GERUNDS AND INFINITIVES

Here you have some links to pages dealing with gerunds and infinitives uses in English.I hope they are useful for you.


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All these activities can be checked online. 
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martes, 3 de abril de 2018

TOPICS FOR SPEAKING B1 MONOLOGUES

– Television and mass media Programmes: reality shows, gossip programes, documentaries, soap operas, cartoons, the news, weather forecast, sports programmes, music programmes, talk shows, dramas, sitcoms, series, serials, etc.) Advertising. Impact on people and children Newspapers (tabloid vs broadsheets, magazines, daily newspapers, etc.) Online newspapers Children and television. Violence and impact on children Positive aspects vs negative aspects Educational programmes on TV – Holidays Different kinds of holidays: package holiday, camping, guided tours, cruises Favourite means of tranport for holidays: own car, plane, train, etc. People to go with: alone, family, friends, partner, etc. Your last holiday Your future holiday Rural tourism (relaxing, nature, sports) vs urban tourism (sightseeing, monuments, museums) – Education Private education vs state education Past education vs today’s education Your school days: favourite subjets, teachers, school, uniform, etc. Technology in class: positive and negative aspects? Lack of money for grants? – Sports 1/3 Sports you do and how often? Children and sports. Sedentary life? Present and past, difference? Your opinion on risky sports Footballers: do they earn too much money? The Olympic Games – Jobs Describe your job. How long have you been doing it? What do you like about it? Your ideal job. Retirement age: the ideal age? Dangerous jobs. Your opinion on civil servants in Spain. – Technology How has technology changed the world? Past and present: comparison I couldn’t live without my mobile. Do you agree with this statement? E-books. Do you have one? Why (not)? Technology in education. Positive and negative aspects? Do children have too many gadgets? – Money Social difference: rich and poor people? The economic crisis. How is it affecting society? What do you spend your money on? Todays’ salaries. Is it possible to save money? Charities. Do you give money to them? Why (not)? Shopping. Do you like it? Where do you like shopping? Money corrupts people. Do you agree? – Music and books Music you like and your favourite singer/ band Your opinion on going to concerts Do you like reading? What do you normally read? Is reading good for children? Why (not)? The best book you’ve ever read A book you would never recommend Books made into films. Which do you prefer, the book or the film? – Eating habits You are what you eat. Do you agree with this statement? Your favourite food. 2/3 Do you like fast food? How often do you have it? Eating out, do you like it? Children and obesity. Organic food, too expensive? – The environment What do you do to help the environment? Recycling. Do you recycle? What and how? Temperatures are rising more and more. What’s the cause? What can you do at home to save energy? –

lunes, 26 de febrero de 2018

jueves, 8 de febrero de 2018

jueves, 25 de enero de 2018

MAPS FOR GIVING DIRECTIONS

Here you can find a selection of maps to practise giving directions.
Credits for the pictures to the following pages: www.tes.com/lessons www.vocabularyhome.com www.galorce.com www.businessenglishebook.com