Hello! Here are some activities to help you practice your writing. Filling out a form Chat with a friend Advertisement Report Informal e-mail Formal e-mail If you have any questions, e-mail me at email@example.com or send me a message via Edmodo. Good luck!
Remember that the exam on Thursday will cover units 6 and 7. GRAMMAR: Unit 6 – Reported speech Unit 7 – Future tenses (future continuous, future perfect, will, be going to, present simple, present continuous) VOCABULARY: Unit 6 – Reporting verbs – 6.1 Unit 7 – Phrasal verbs – 7.1 Good luck! Remember to e-mailContinue reading “4th ESO: May Exam”
We looked at the passive voice today in class. Was it confusing? Check out http://www.ef.com.es/recursos-aprender-ingles/gramatica-inglesa/voz-pasiva/ for another explanation.
Please see the updated grading rubric. I’ve made each item worth 5 points instead of 10 points and I have combined the two items that have to do with grammar.
The exam for unit 2 will take place during the week of November 21-25. It will include: Past simple vs. past perfect Quantifiers Attitudinal adverbs IntensifiersVocabulary from page 32 Remember to study all of the information found on page 32!
This month you must create an advertisement for a product that is typical in Cantabria: sobaos, quesada, anchovies, etc. This advertisement must be designed for a magazine for teenagers. You must include: information about the product your (brief!) opinion about the product the price where you can buy the product The last day to handContinue reading “4th ESO: November Writing”
The exam for Unit 1 will be on Monday, October 24. Entrará en el examen el vocabulario que hemos visto (tenéis una lista en la página 20) y de gramática: past simple, past continuous, used to, present perfect simple and continuous, already, still, yet, just, ever, y never. Recuerda que tenéis el VocApp para ayudarosContinue reading “4th ESO: Unit 1 Exam”
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DUE OCTOBER 28th Last month you wrote an informal e-mail. This month you must write a formal e-mail. Here’s the prompt: Source: British Council “Learn English Teens” (https://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/skills/writing-skills-practice/more-formal-email) You can write more than 150 words if you would like. Remember to use the proper format: Dear (Person’s Name), Blah blah blah. Sincerely,(Your name) I willContinue reading “October Writing: 4th ESO”
Download the app for our textbook here: http://oxfordeltcatalogue.es/secondary/mosaic-4/vocapp/