I really have forgotten so many grammar points and it’s completely embarrassing. For example, how do I use ‘了’ or ‘的’ correctly?
February... what a strange month you were. I am not sorry to say goodbye and I’m extremely excited for March. The daffodils, baby lambs being born and the sun shining more frequently. It’s just what we need after 11.5 months of lockdown! I’ve been working hard and trying to keep up with my goals -... Continue Reading →
I was bored of English File, I didn't have access to Total English and I couldn't afford Life / Outcomes. In the end, I decided to grab a copy of Speak Out Advanced and I'm really glad that I did.
I wrote a short text about resolutions and improving ourselves, and then turned it into a phrasal verb gap fill. Although I realise it is quite unnatural to have a short text overflowing with ‘up’ phrasal verbs, my students were able to ...