- All the recordings are in British accent
- Various articles and exercises to make teaching English fun and entertaining
- With FILLABLE PDF file
- The magazine is proofread
- Each issue includes games
New Orleans – also known as the home of jazz – is a true melting pot of cultures. If someone hears the name of the city, music and vibrant nightlife filled with festivals immediately springs to mind. Dig deeper in its interesting history, and see some expressions related to music.
In some cases simple adjectives aren’t enough to express what we really feel or think in a particular situation. Instead of repeatedly writing ’very’ and ’really’ to emphasize our feelings, we can use extreme adjectives. Let’s look at some examples and exercises with them.
Did you know that 1st September is World Letter Writing Day? Probably you don’t really write handwritten letters anymore and you don’t send postcards to your friends if you’re on holiday, but I’m sure you send and receive emails almost every day. Writing emails is an essential part of our lives, but also when you’re preparing for a language exam you must know how to write both an informal and a formal email. Let’s first look at some of the differences between them and then a sample email.
Let’s work on our speaking skills, shall we? As the school year has just started, let’s role-play some school situations. Discuss each one for about 4-5 minutes.