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Watch this video, read the lyrics and let's sing together! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!SHANA TOVA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

B1 PRACTICE

Please keep on practising! [+]

DRACULA

Come on ...don't get scared and read it!!!!!!!!!!!! [+]

Revision

Useful link [+]

PRACTICE "DECEMBER"!

DO THESE EXERCISES [+]

TIPS TO BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT!

Don't forget to read this before the exam! [+]

More practice (Cambridge exams!)

Click on the links and go on studying! [+]

WRITING PARTS 6 & 7

PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS [+]

Exam training

Extra material [+]

B1 PRACTICE 2

Please go on working hard! [+]

Transformations III

Units 5, 6 and 7 [+]

Reported Speech 2

Online practice [+]

What did she say?

Let's watch the video and learn about Reported Speech! [+]

REPORTED SPEECH

Peter asked me where I had been. [+]

 
Sentence Transformation

Sentence Transformation [+]

Tenses revision

Complete with a suitable tense. [+]

Transformations - Passive Voice

Re-write the following sentences without changing the meaning. [+]

PASSIVE VOICE

Online practice [+]

Passive Voice- Presentation

Please take a look at the rules [+]

Passive Voice

Let's practise! [+]

Colour Idioms

Here you will have some exercises on colour idioms (more than what you have in the student's book) [+]

A game with -ing or infinitive forms

Go over patterns and vocabulary as well! [+]

GERUNDS AND INFINITIVES

You can read the theory and then do some practice! [+]

COMPARISON OF ADVERBS

PLEASE READ AND DO THE EXERCISES THAT APPEAR BELOW [+]

 

Please study!

artist (noun): a professional singer, musician or songwriter - Taylor Swift has become one of music's best-selling artists.

art music (noun): music written and performed by professional musicians mostly for the upper classes, like classical Indian music and European opera - Wealthy Chinese lords paid musicians to play relaxing art music, while poor people played lively folk music for fun.

beat (noun): the regular pulse in music that dancers move to and audiences clap to - Dance music always has a strong beat.

classical music (noun): European orchestral and keyboard music that's written by composers - Sayoko loves listening to classical music, especially the music of Mozart and Beethoven.

country music (noun): a genre of American music with origins in the rural folk music of Europe - Many people were surprised when Ray Charles began singing country music.

folk music (noun): traditional music from a particular region or country - Did you hear any traditional folk music while you were in China?

genre (noun): a kind or style of music, movie, TV show, painting, etc. - In music classes at school, the only genres we studied were classical music and jazz.

harmony (noun): the combining of musical notes that sound good when played or sung together - If singers don't sing in harmony, it can sound terrible.

hip hop (also "rap") (noun): a musical genre in which artists rap over beats and sampled sounds - When my girlfriend wants to listen to hip hop, she always puts on Jay-Z or Kanye West.

jazz (noun): a genre in which artists improvise within a rhythmic and harmonic framework - If you want to hear great jazz, listen to the recordings of John Coltrane and Miles Davis.

Latin music (noun): a genre of popular music in Latin America and Spain that has complex rhythms - I hadn't heard much Latin music until I visited Mexico and South America

live (adjective): played at a concert in front of an audience - You don't hear live music in dance clubs anymore, only recorded music.

lyrics (noun): the words of a song - If you don't listen to the lyrics, you won't know what a song is about.

melody (noun): a tune, or the notes of a song - Can you whistle the melody of the song that begins with "Happy birthday to you"?

pop music (noun): a popular music genre with short, melodic songs that are easy to remember - My uncle's nearly 60, but he still likes listening to pop music.

popular music (noun): music that many people like and buy, like rock music and heavy metal, hip hop and rap, pop songs, etc. - Our music teacher knows lots about classical music, but nothing about popular music.

recording (noun): a piece of music that's recorded in a studio or at a concert - Recordings used to be made on tape recorders, but they're usually digital now.

rhythm (noun): a pattern of beats and sounds that musicians play in time to and dancers move to - The rhythms of African music are much more complex than those of European music.

rock music (noun): rhythmic blues-based music played on guitar, bass, drums, etc. - Let's listen to some rock music for a change.

traditional music (noun): music that developed over a very long time, like traditional African drumming and Chinese folk songs - People still play traditional music in Peru's mountain villages.

PLEASE READ AND DO THE EXERCISES THAT APPEAR BELOW

Form and Comparison of Adverbs

Adverbs are used to express how something is done (adjectives express how someone or something is).

Example: The dog sleeps quietly. The dog is absolutely quiet.

Form

In general: adjective + -ly

adjective adverb
slow slowly

Exceptions in spelling

exception example
silent e is dropped in true, due, whole truetruly
y becomes i happyhappily
le after a consonant is dropped sensiblesensibly
after ll only add y fullfully

Adjectives ending in -ic: adjective + -ally (exception: public-publicly)

adjective adverb
fantastic fantastically

Adjectives ending in -ly: use ‘in a … way / manner’ or another adverb with similar meaning

adjective adverb
friendly in a friendly way
in a friendly manner
likely probably

Exceptions

adjective adverb (meaning) adverb (meaning)
good well  
difficult with difficulty  
public publicly  
deep deep (place) deeply (feeling)
direct direct directly (=soon)
hard hard hardly (=seldom)
high high (place) highly (figurative)
late late lately (=recently)
most most mostly (=usually)
near near nearly (=almost)
pretty pretty (=rather) prettily
short short shortly (=soon)
The following adjectives are also used as adverbs (without modification): daily, enough, early, far, fast, hourly, little, long, low, monthly, much, straight, weekly, yearly, …

Exercise on the form of adverbs

Comparison

Comparison (-er/-est)

  Comparative ending in -er Superlative ending in -est
one-syllable adverbs (hard) harder hardest
adverbs with the same form as adjectives (early) earlier earliest

Comparison (more / most)

  Comparative formed with more Superlative formed with most
adverbs ending in -ly (happily) more happily most happily

Irregular comparisons

positive form comparative superlative
well better best
badly worse worst
ill worse worst
little less least
much more most
far (place + time) further furthest
far (place) farther farthest
late (time) later latest

Exercise on comparison of adverbs

 

https://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/adjectives-adverbs/adverbs/exercises?02

 

 

THE FUTURE

Theory and examples. [+]

The Future Practice Exercise 1

In the following sentences, choose the correct answer. (GOING TO or WILL) [+]

THE FUTURE

Theory and examples. [+]

Past Participle

Make your own crossword [+]

List of irregular verbs

You need this list to use the tense correctly. [+]

Adverbs

Adverbs and illustrations [+]

Adjectives

Look at this! [+]

Practice - Do you know the past participles?

Have fun and practise past participles! [+]

TEST UNIT 1 11/4

TEST UNIT 1 READING COMPREHENSION AND USE OF ENGLISH AND VOCABULARY [+]

Simple Past - Past Progressive

Click on the links below and practise! [+]