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ESOL – Literacy – Numeracy

Prepositions of time

Choose from the following: in at on

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English Grammar Secrets

englishgrammarsecrets.com is an excellent website for practising English grammar. Choose from the list of grammar structures to see an explanation with examples. Then click on one of the exercises to practise. What’s great about the exercises is that they are all interactive; drag and drop, gapfill, matching. The site complements better-english and englishpage very well,…

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Telling the time – Cambridge ELT

Cambridge ELT has an excellent interactive clock for practising quarter past, half past and quarter to. There are various options that can be accessed by clicking the ‘show panel’ button. These include practising times in hours, half-hours and quarter-hours. For extra challenge, the numbers on the clock can also be turned off. By choosing the…

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BBC – Computer games keeps me mentally active

Watch the BBC Breakfast clip from 21st January 2013 and find out about Hilda Knott’s hobby. Choose the correct option for each gap in the text and post your own opinion in the comments at the bottom of the page.

EngVid – 6 ways to use will

From Alex at EngVid. Try the quiz after watching the video.

EngVid – Present perfect and past simple

From Benjamin at EngVid. Try the quiz after watching the video.

BBC – It’s never too late to take up a sport

BBC Breakfast clip from 25th January 2013.

BBC – Is expensive food tastier?

BBC Breakfast clip from 25th June 2013.

BBC – Should you tell your child they are fat?

Watch the BBC Breakfast clip from 11th October 2013 of a discussion about whether you should tell your child if they are fat with┬ábody image campaigner, Natasha Devon and Paul Gately, a professor of exercise and obesity at Leeds Metropolitan University. Answer the questions and post your own opinion in the comments at the bottom…

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Whaa gwaan! British children learn to speak Jamaican Patois

Yes, it’s Rastamouse and Da Easy Crew, a popular children’s programme shown on the BBC TV channel, CBeebies. In this clip, Frank’s Fresh Style Crew has da freshest dance moves but noone turn up to dance! Rastamouse an example of stop motion animation.

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