martes, 13 de abril de 2021

Countable & Uncontable Nouns

Let's learn about Countable and Uncountable Nouns

➤Use ‘some’ with plural countable nouns and uncountable nouns.  

I’ve got some bananas and some honey. 

Use ‘any’ for negatives or questions with countable and uncountable nouns. 

  • I haven’t got any oranges or any milk
  • Have you got any pears or any juice?

We use ‘a’ or ‘an’ with singular countable nouns. We put ‘s’ on plural countable nouns. 

We don’t use ‘a’ or put ‘s’ on uncountable nouns. 

  • I can see a cat.
  • There are some dogs.
  • I haven’t got any chocolate.

 ⏩ Practice - British Council

 ⏩ There is and there are with some/any/a/an

 ⏩ Countable and Uncountable Workbook

 




 
 
 

Countable And Uncountable Nouns | English Grammar | Periwinkle


miércoles, 7 de abril de 2021

The Past Continuous Tense Usage

 The Past Continuous or Past Progressive is used to describe actions that began in the past and often continued for a short period of time after the action started.

The structure of the Past Continuous Tense is:

Subject + was/were + V-ing (Present Participle)

Example:

At three o’clock yesterday, I was working in the garden.

My kids were playing basketball together for hours yesterday.

 Past Continuous Tense! Learn how and when to use the Past Continuous Tense (or Past Progressive) in English with useful grammar rules, example sentences and ESL printable worksheets. 

Let's do some exercises 

⏩ 1.- Past continuous 1     

2.- Affirmative, negative, questions.              

⏩ 3.-  yes  /   no  /  question.     

4.- What was Marian doing at a particular time      

⏩ 5.- Game 

⏩ 6.- Liveworksheet 1 

⏩ 7.- Liveworksheet 2

Past Continuous or Past Progressive

 Let's learn about the Past Continuous Tense.
 

What were you doing? - Past Continuous

 Let's learn how to use  the Past Continuous/Progressive through a short story in this video.

miércoles, 17 de marzo de 2021

Game: "Fast Phrases"

 

This is a basic sentence formation game for learning English - specifically ESL (English as a second language). You look at the image and the click on the options to form a matching phrase.


 

Game: "Monster Phrases"

 Game 1

This is a game for learning simple English phrases. You look at the image and then click on the words to make a matching sentence.

 

domingo, 14 de marzo de 2021

St patrick's Day - 17th March

                      St Patrick's Day

On the 17th of March it's St Patrick's Day, it's the largest Irish celebration in the world.

                 Happy st patricks day letras con leprechauns | Vector Gratis

Let's read and and learn some things about this celebration.

⏩ 1.- This is a video about Saint Patrick's Day

⏩ 2.- Saint Patrick's Day song

⏩ 3.- Information

⏩ 4.- Choose the correct option

⏩ 5.- Crossword

6.- Typical Irish song

                     Happy St. Patrick's Day! 

Saint Patrick's Day - History for Kids

 This video tells you the history of St Patrick's Day. Enjoy it!!!