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4th Year


In the following post you will find a word file including a series of activities referred to the Conditionals lessons we have worked on. They include all types of conditional sentences, there's a guide of rules for each conditional so... Continue Reading →


Conditionals 2 ‘n 3

The following link leads to the presentation of today's lesson. Conditionals 2nd 3rd and mixed exercises I'm adding the link to the video needed for the activity assigned today (May 18th)

Video Tutorial

For our first evaluation this term, we are going to create a video tutorial using the grammar lessons referred to the Comparatives and Superlatives worked in classes. As you may already know, there's already a blog post with the presentation... Continue Reading →

Comparatives and Superlatives

I will be updating this post progressively with material for our classes, for now, here's the presentation we worked on earlier in the morning: Comparatives and Superlatives

Future Tense

The following link leads to the presentation on the future tense worked in class, meaning the "Going To" and Present Continuous for future tenses. Future Tense

Modal Verbs

The following link leads to the presentation on the modal verbs Have To, Need To, Must & Should   Modal Verbs


The following Link contains the presentation worked in class for the Prepositions of Time and Place: prepositions Complete the exercise with the correct prepositions. Photos: I got these photos my friend Jane. These photos were taken her boyfriend, who is... Continue Reading →

Present Perfect Simple

The following links contain both presentations made on the Present Perfect Simple tense, in comparison with both Present Perfect Continuous and Past Simple verb tenses. present-perfect-simple-vs present-perfect-simple Exercises: Positive Sentences Put the verbs into the correct tense (simple past or... Continue Reading →

Modals: Can & Could

The following link contains a PowerPoint presentation with grammar information on the correct uses of the Modals Can & Could, and some fill-the-gap exercises to practice the given grammar lessons in class. Modals Can & Could: Grammar and Exercises

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