- Various articles and exercises to make teaching English fun and entertaining
- With a FILLABLE PDF file
- The magazine is proofread
- Editor’s recommendation
- If you subscribe to our magazine or purchase the 29th issue, you’ll get access to interactive exercises on my website
June is here, and summertime is just around the corner. Everyone is getting tired and exhausted, so it’s refreshing to read and do fun and entertaining exercises.
In this issue, you can find an article about World Music Day; I personally love listening to music, so you can also test your students’ knowledge about instruments, whether they recognise them or not.
Speaking of music, this time, the short story is about a magical violin that makes people feel the way they have never felt before.
Many students do not consider prepositions the favourite parts of English grammar, so I devised a fun exercise to practise. This time, students must guess which prepositions are followed by which adjectives. Then, let’s play a board game and practise a bit more.
Don’t forget! This issue also includes two ’Editor’s recommendation pages so you can take the most of the exercises in your lessons.