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Can you put the correct phrasal verbs (from the list below) in the correct gaps? You may need to change the form (e.g. -ing form / tense). get off with get away with get at (x 2) get round get over get through […]
‘jump for joy’ Feel extremely happy and show it with excited movements. FREE PHOTO
Some mixed grammar problems for you this week! Can you correct the mistakes in these sentences? 1) I’ll be an astronaut when I grow up! 2) I’m sorry, I’m not understanding this question. 3) Have you any brothers or sisters? 4) I had a bath when the phone rang. 5) He has beautifuls flowers in […]
be like getting blood out of a stone If you say this, you find it very difficult to make someone tell or give you something, sometimes because of their personality or mood.
much of a muchness Very similar
no skin off my nose You don’t care about something because it will not affect you.
This week’s Friday afternoon trip is to DOVER CASTLE, about 40 minutes from Broadstairs by coach. Dover Castle, ONLY 40 minutes by road from Broadstairs, is a magnificent medieval castle positioned on the famous White Cliffs of Dover, and overlooking the Channel towards France. It was founded in the 11th century and has been described […]
This week we’re looking at -ed and -ing adjectives – for example, ‘bored’ and ‘boring’. We use the -ed ending to describe how someone or something is feeling. We use the -ing ending to describe the person or thing that makes us feel that way! Example: ‘This lesson is boring.’ ‘I’m bored with this lesson.’ […]
This week we’re looking at spelling and pronunciation. This can be a big problem when you’re learning English! Often two words include the same combination of letters but are pronounced in very different ways. Sometimes they look very different, but are pronounced in a similar way. It can be confusing! Try these two exercises. _____________________________________________________________________ […]