That's all!

It's over! Thanks for your attention and your interest.

Click here if you want to do exam practice.



Three-part multi-word verbs

Just kidding!
Practise three-part multi-word verbs:

Read an explanation and do some exercises here

More exercises here, here and here


May, 13th

Sorry, sorry, it's been a little hectic these days and I just clean forgot to update the blog.

Homework for Mon/Tues:

Pages 104 and 105: Read the text and do exercises 3 and 4.

Hope you still have time to do it!


Are you a film buff?

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Click here to download the class handout.

Practise vocabulary related to movies:

Vocabulary and listening exercises.

Movie clips with comprehension questions.

Movie quiz

Practise prepositions or word formation with movie titles.


May, 3rd

We've had yet another peculiar and short week.

On Monday/Tuesday we continued discussing time issues and we talked about the Slow Movement.

On Thursday we had a special lesson about texting and Internet language. Click here for more info.

Homework: Use your dictionary to check the underlined expressions in the text (click here to download)

Page 102: Exercises 2A, 3A, 4 and 5A.

Have a nice weekend!



If you want to learn some more texting acronyms, download the exercises here (download the file for the listening here)or try this online exercise. It's quite tough!

What do these words have in common? Listen to Grammar Girl and find out. FYI, "Grammar Girl" is an educational podcast that offers help to people who want to improve their writing skills. IMHO, this is an excellent way of learning grammar and practising listening at the same time.

BTW, if you want to listen to more Grammar Girl podcasts, click here

CU soon ;)