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  1. Future Plans

    future plans.   Exercise Grammar: will or shall Grammar: going to Grammar: present progressive (for ... present continuous We can also use the present continuous to talk about future plans. We usually use ... Are you doing anything interesting this weekend? We often use the present continuous to ask about people’s ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:51

  2. Series 02 Episode 03

    they only refer to  them? If they talked about a topic then they had some discussion about it. ... If they referred to a topic then they only mentioned it in passing. Do not include topics that they only referred ... the story without looking at the script. Grammar: very, too Grammar: much, many, a lot, little, few B1 ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:33 - 88 comments

  3. Series 02 Episode 01

    an adult, they stop wanting to have presents on their birthdays. This, of course, is not true. But it does ... mean that we have to pretend that we don't want presents, and when we give them, we have to make ... Grammar: pronouns & nouns B1 Section 5- Carolina Section 5 follows Carolina – a girl who has come ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:33 - 290 comments

  4. The Tempest 2: Greed, Wrath and Lust

    (579KB) Download Support Pack (568KB) Exercise Exercise Grammar: past simple Grammar: present perfect ... to the theatre a lot when I was at university. We use the present perfect ('have/has' + past ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:54 - 5 comments

  5. Conditionals 2

    In third conditional sentences, the structure is usually if + past perfect and would + perfect infinitive ... doesn’t have a very good job. (present) This sentence shows the present consequences of a past action. ... ​   Exercise Grammar: if sentences: past meaning B2 ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:51 - 307 comments

  6. Loch Ness Scene 1- Language Focus

    Rob talks about using past and present verb forms with 'if', in what we call ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:30 - 44 comments

  7. Christmas Scene 1

    I will see you later. Stephen: Presents- of course. OK. Bye! Ashlie: Bye!..... Stephen: There... perfect ... Ashlie and Stephen are getting ready for Christmas. They need to buy presents and decorate ... questions: What do you know about British Christmas traditions? What kinds of presents do people buy each ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:26 - 262 comments

  8. Wish and If only

    like to change either about the past or the present. Talking about the present If only I didn’t have so ... to the concert. I wish you didn’t live so far away. I wish I knew what to do. When we talk about present regrets, ... If only I’d known you were coming. Both wish and if only are followed by the past perfect tense when we ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:51

  9. The Dinosaur in Jake's Garage

    perfect Grammar: past simple stories B1 Complete this summary of the story by typing the correct forms ... question, choose Jake, Jake's dad, Jake's teacher or Another person. Exercise Grammar: past ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:48 - 19 comments

  10. Christmas Shopping

    Download Support Pack (589KB) Exercise Grammar: present perfect progressive Christmas shopping B1 B2 ... Amandeep visit Fortnum & Mason... In the documentary, the presenter uses the present perfect ... this form to describe activities which started in the past and continue to the present moment. Exercise ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:27 - 40 comments

  11. Passives

    for centuries. Present Perfect. When he got home he found that his flat had been burgled. Past Perfect. The work ... the form of ‘be’ changes. What is tiramisu made from?. Present Simple. The hall is being painted this week ... so our class will be in a different room. Present Continuous. Oranges have been grown here ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:51

  12. An introduction to coaching

    an individual or a team and a coach. For the purpose of this article we will refer to an individual ... extremely useful. Comprehension – put a suitable word in the gaps. Refer to the text if you need to. ... the titles to the paragraphs. Exercise Grammar practice – Do you need a gerund or an infinitive? Put the verb ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:38 - 67 comments

  13. Night Out Scene 1- Language Focus

    the video and then do the tasks. Exercise   Grammar: which, what (what size?) entertainment friends drink ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:28 - 30 comments

  14. Camden

    English teaser   Our presenters Ashlie and Stephen are on a mission to find the perfect birthday ... present for their mum in London’s Camden Market. Camden is known as the birthplace of punk music. Our ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:22

  15. Camden Scene 1- Language Focus

    with when we use them. Exercise Grammar: word order in sentences Grammar: all, everybody, everything ... Grammar: pronouns & nouns Grammar: inversion Grammar: which, what (what size?) B1 Match the questions ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:23 - 337 comments

  16. References: Physical Sciences

    In assignments, sources are referred to by the  name of the author and the date of publication ... (the Harvard reference system), or by a number (the Vancouver reference system). References using ... the numerical Vancouver system often place the number within brackets. About 82% of references in the Physical ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:40 - 2 comments

  17. References: Art & Humanities

    In assignments, sources are referred to by the name of the author and the date of publication (the ... Harvard reference system), or by a number (the Vancouver reference system). Most assignments in the Arts ... and Humanities use the Harvard system. Harvard references can be ‘integral’ or ‘non-integral’. In integral ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:40

  18. References: Social Sciences

    In assignments, sources are referred to by the  name of the author and the date of publication ... (the Harvard reference system), or by a number (the Vancouver reference system). Most, but not all, ... assignments in the Social Sciences use the Harvard system. Harvard references can be ‘integral’ ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:40

  19. References: Life Sciences

    In assignments, sources are referred to by the name of the author and the date of publication (the ... Harvard reference system), or by a number (the Vancouver reference system). About 18% of references ... Harvard references can be ‘integral’ or ‘non-integral’. In integral references the author’s name (or ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:40

  20. Series 01 Episode 09

    industry, the perfect holiday, Carolina makes dinner for her friends, 'make' vs 'do', ... materials- Exercise 3 Please download the Support Pack for more practice. Grammar: verb patterns films ... – perfect really. Tess: And who are you going to talk about today Sean. Who’s the famous person you’d like ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:33 - 160 comments

  21. References: All Disciplines

    In the corpus overall, on average in every one million words, there are:   330.8 examples of integral citations: name (date)- e.g. "Jones (2010)" 9.1 of these examples used according to as in "according to Jones (2010)"   56.8 of these ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:40 - 2 comments

  22. Developing creativity

    you can read the transcript at any time. Exercise   Grammar: word order in sentences business ... creativity B2 Exercise Presenter: Art and Business is an organisation that develops creative partnerships ... that the way to increase productivity is to stimulate creativity. Presenter: And what better way to stimulate ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:38 - 35 comments

  23. Shakespeare Scene 1

    Stephen's got a job as an actor, and he and Ashlie go to the Globe Theatre in London to pick up his costume – and to find out about England's most famous writer, William Shakespeare. Before you watch Think about the following questions: Do you e ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:29 - 75 comments

  24. Series 03 Episode 18

    Grammar: present perfect progressive B1 Exercise Exercise Adam Hello. Welcome to episode 18 of the Learn ... do you have with nature in your day-to-day life? Exercise Exercise Exercise Grammar: imperatives ... of you told us about royal families in your countries from the past and the present. Isabelle described ...

    editor_english - 7 Mar 2018 - 14:34 - 145 comments

  25. Animals Scene 1

    Ashlie goes for an interview- but her interviewer is more interested in someone else! Before you watch Think about the following questions: Would you like to be in an advert? Who in a family should look after the pets? Now watch Ashlie as she tries for an ...

    editor_english - 5 Apr 2018 - 09:45 - 125 comments

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