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Archive for the month “December, 2012”

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2013 – The Fantastikids

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A Social Network Christmas

If Christ were to be born today, Facebook would be there 🙂 Watch…

Song Lyrics Training: Last Christmas

Today’s lesson is Wham! Last Christmas – choose intermediate level :)

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

In this lesson Chris Workman discusses British celebrations during Christmas and New Year. Please see his explanations and visual vocabulary below, and join Chris in 2013 for more free lessons!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone watching this, from Chris in England.

Please click here to see the visual tool Chris discusses:

You can say, “Happy Christmas”. Or, “Season’s greetings”, “Festive greetings.”
But we normally say, “(A very) Merry Christmas and Happy New Year”. The word, “Christmas”, is sometimes shortened in informal writing to “Xmas”. “Festive” is an adjective to describe things to do with Christmas. An informal adjective is “Christmassy”.

Christmas is celebrated by most people in the UK, although we must remember that not everyone does. It is celebrated in the UK traditionally as a Christian festival, but atheists celebrate too.

Christmas and New Year dates:
24 December: Christmas Eve
25 December: Christmas Day
26 December: Boxing Day
31 December: New Year’s Eve
1 January: New Year’s Day

Christmas in the UK
Groups of people sing Christmas carols (songs). People build snowmen if there is enough snow and send Christmas cards to each other.
Father Christmas (or Santa Claus) delivers presents by flying with reindeer and climbing down chimneys.
Christmas tree
Christmas lights / fairy lights
Presents / gifts on Christmas Day
Christmas dinner
Christmas pudding

Christmas visual tool
Candle — candles are often lit each day in the countdown to Christmas. (We also have special calendars with chocolates in.)
Bells
Wreath
Mistletoe
Holly
Angel
Food:
Cake
Gingerbread
Candy cane

MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE!

Homework***

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This homework exercise is meant for those students  who are willing to learn more than the regular classroom lesson. Feel free to join and fill in the exercises.  Send your answers using the comment box and don’t forget to sign it with your name.
Every comment is welcome:)

The task is open from 9 pm to 10 pm.
Good luck!

thanks for taking part in today’s challenge
and the winners are:
1 Karolina W. 1f
2 Gabriela K. 1d
3 Mateusz G. 1f
congratulations 🙂

Websites worth visiting

Here is to recommend a few useful and resourceful websites to enrich your English skills on everyday basis. If you want to do something more with your English just click on the banner below and you will be taken to the given site.
Good luck with your studies 🙂

www.ecenglish.com/learnenglish

www.anglo-link.com

www.langloo.com

Homework*** 1a / 1f


homework extra

This homework exercise is meant for those students  who are willing to learn more than the regular classroom lesson. Feel free to join and fill in the exercises.  Send your answers by the comment box and don’t forget to sign it with your name. Every comment is welcome:)
The task is open from 9 pm to 10 pm.
Good luck!

thanks for taking part in today’s challenge
and the winners are:

1 Łukasz D. 1f
2 Natalia P. 1f
3 Joanna K. 1f 
4 Katarzyna K. 1f
congratulations 🙂

Do you speak ‘British’ English? Ten words you need to know!

I’d like to introduce to you a fine article on British English vocabulary written by Chris McCarthy entitled Do you speak ‘British’ English?  and as a follow-up a short video review made by Chris CJWorkman17.

So, enjoy reading and watching it and ask yourself the question:
Do I speak ‘British’ English?

Start by reading the whole article LINK.

Song Lyrics Training: Nothing Compares 2 U

Today’s lesson is Sinéad O’Connor – Nothing Compares 2 U – choose intermediate level :)
Sinéad O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U

Good luck:)

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