Song with Future Tenses and Conditionals: First & Zero
Ambiguity in English no. 4,109
Listen to the song called “2002” by the English singer Anne-Marie.
“Singing at the top of both our lungs…”
Do they each have one lung or two?
How could you rephrase this to avoid ambiguity? Please leave a comment below!
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This week we publish a brand new free printable worksheet that will help students to plan and prepare a spoken presentation where they talk about a favourite or memorable song:
Listen and download the free MP3 lesson: Talking about a Song in an ESOL Class (20MB, Google Drive)
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Let’s have a fun listening activity on the topic of singing! I’m going to read out loud forty vocabulary words – four words at a time – and you have to either say them out loud or write them down. Check if you’ve got everything right by downloading the free vocabulary handout here:
This activity is probably more suitable for learners at Intermediate level and above!
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