Click on the links below for explanation and exercises:

1. Explanation.

2. Exercise 1.

3. Exercise 2.


Click HERE if you want more information about the exhibition organized by Sophie Calle.

By clicking HERE you can read an article in The Sunday Times about Sarah Graham-Moon and HERE is another one as it was published in The Independent.

I would be grateful if you sent your comments telling us what revenge you would take on somebody who hurt you. Don’t be too hard!


Read what George says about his days at school, he might inspire you to write about your own experiences.

When George was young.


Visit Elena’s blog if you want to have another look at the power point we did in class, you can get some more practice in the same post.

You can also do some exercises on indirect questions.

Some exercises on past simple vs present perfect: exercise 1, exercise 2, exercise 3, exercise 4.

Relative clauses: exercise 1, exercise 2, exercise 3, exercise 4.


 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I’ve Never Seen Star Wars is a comedy chat show broadcast on BBC Four (2009 episodes) and BBC Two (2011 episodes), first broadcast on 12 March 2009. Created and produced by Bill Dare and hosted by Marcus Brigstocke for the 2009 episodes & Jo Brand for the 2011 special episode, each episode features a celebrity guest trying out new experiences. Based on the original radio version broadcast on BBC Radio 4, the title comes from the fact that Dare has never seen the Star Wars films.

Each episode of I’ve Never Seen Star Wars features a different guest trying things they have never done before, and seeing whether they liked their experiences or not. Some of the experiences come from the show’s special list, which contains a range of different experiences, such as certain books, films, foodstuffs etc. The experiences tend to a mixture of things from the list and things the guest wants to try out themselves. The guest and Brigstocke try out the experience and the guest gives their view on it, as well as giving each experiences a mark out of ten.

Click on the photo below to see the episode in which Roy McGrath gives his opinion on Fawlty Towers after watching the series for the first time.


Click on the links below for extra practice on linkers and connectors.

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4


SpeedFlatmating is the perfect way to find your new flatmate. It’s not about what you share it’s about who you’re sharing it with, so it makes sense to check out the people first. By coming to a SpeedFlatmating event you get the chance to meet loads of potential new flatmates in the time it would take you to travel to and look round a single flat (and discover you wouldn’t want to share with the people there anyway). It really couldn’t be easier!

Visit the site and read some success stories though sometimes those stories are not so successful; click here to read about somebody whose speed flatmating experience turned out to be a nightmare.

You can also visit the flatmates: The BBC’s Learning English online soap opera. It provides various grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation points with each episode. The Flatmates features a young, multicultural cast of characters who are living in the U.K., working or studying and sharing their flat. Very easy for your level!



Click on the picture to do some exercises on personality adjectives. We must thank Adela for the link.


Click here and read about the most 10 popular jobs in the USA. Think about the 3 or 4 most important jobs in your country and be ready to talk about them in class.



Some information and exercises on indirect questions.

Grammar rules + exercises.

Another exercise.

More on indirect questions.


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