It’s time for a video lesson with the eagerly-anticipated new advert from John Lewis!
Join me as I introduce some free teaching materials based on the new John Lewis Christmas advert featuring Moz the Monster. Click below to access the discussion questions and comprehension questions:
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Background music: ‘Tom’s Drops’ – thanks to: http://podsummit.com/freemusic/
Free image courtesy: http://johnlewispresscentre.com/imagelibrary
Watch the video for the new John Lewis Christmas advert and answer discussion questions with a partner or group!
Discover present simple tense in English!
Please join me for this new grammar podcast especially for beginner- and elementary-level students of English. We learn all about present simple, including time, usage, verb forms, question and negative forms, auxiliary verbs, and adverbs of frequency:
Here is the basic info that I talk about in the podcast:
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Describing photos in English – with a funny difference!
Join me as we discover how to describe photos – which is a useful exam skill for English language students!
To get all the tips visit the British Council Learn English Teens site here:
We’ll use the funny collection of photos of people doing (small) rebellious acts from the BoredPanda website here:
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Learn about helpful notices in English with this free ELT podcast by Matt Purland.
We look at a selection of English notices and discuss how and why they are passive aggressive and often provide too much information.
You can also watch the video lesson here:
Check out more great free podcasts here: https://purlandtraining.podbean.com/
Free LIVE English Class on YouTube – Helpful Notices
Join us live as we talk about the topic of Englishness and look at some of the helpful – yet passive-aggressive – notices that English people so love to put up.
Watch this video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu-jmoQ7E9o&t=2092s