ENGLISH V: Homework for WEDNESDAY February 26th

Hi there!

Here are the exercises you need to answer and bring NEXT WEDNESDAY:

Relative clauses 1
Relative clauses 2 

See ya!


BUSINESS ENGLISH I: Telephoning

Hi again:

Here's the second exercise you need to answer:

And here's the audiofile:

Track 1.5

BUSINESS ENGLISH I: Listening 1 Leaving messages

Hi there:

This is the exercise we worked with in class today. Here are the files you'll need to answer it:

And here are the audiofiles:

Call 1
Call 2
Call 3
Call 4
Call 5


ENGLISH V: Homework for Wednesday February 19th

Hi there!:

Here are the two exercises you need to PRINT, ANSWER AND BRING TOMORROW:

Relative pronouns
Relative clauses

See you tomorrow!!!

BUSINESS ENGLISH I: More on writing letters and e-mails (formal and semi-formal)

Here we go again:

If you want to practice some phrases and vocabulary for both formal and semi- formal letters and e-mails, try with these exercises:

Modern business letters/ emails in English 

Semi- formal business letters/ emails in English 1 

Semi- formal business letters/ emails in English 2

BUSINESS ENGLISH I: Memos, e-mails, notes, notices...

Hi dear all: 

This has been one of the busiest evenings I've ever had... sorry about the delay. The good thing about this, is that you can have your composition until Friday. 

As I told you in class today, here are some writing models you can print and analyze for your writings this semester:

Memos, e-mails, notes and notices 
Formal letters 
Reports 
Email 

See ya!

ENGLISH V: List of common participial adjectives

Here's a list of the most common paticipial adjectives:

amazed
amused
annoyed
bored
charmed
confused
convinced
damaged
depressed
disappointed
embarrassed
excited
amazing
amusing
annoying
boring
charming
confusing
convincing
damaging
depressing
disappointing
embarrassing
exciting
exhausted
fascinated
frightened
frustrated
interested
puzzled
relaxed
satisfied
shocked
terrified
tired
thrilled
exhausting
fascinating
frightening
frustrating
interesting
puzzling
relaxing
satisfying
shocking
terrifying
tiring
thrilling

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ENGLISH V: Homework for Friday February 14th

Hi:

Here are the two exercises you need to PRINT, ANSWER AND BRING tomorrow:

http://english-zone.com/grammar/prtcplsnj.html

http://www.ecenglish.com/learnenglish/lessons/ing-or-ed-participles-adjectives

See you!

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