LEVEL VII: One last exercise Mixed Conditionals

Hi there!:

Practice with this last mixed conditionals exercise. I hope you find it easy to understand.

See ya!

LEVEL II: Simple Present VS. Present Progressive

Hi again:

Here you can find two exercises contrasting Simple Present and Present Progressive. Print them (or copy them in your notebook) and answer them for TOMORROW TUESDAY:

Simple Present or Progressive 1

Simple Present or Progressive 2

LEVEL II: Simple Present VS. Present Progressive

Hi there!:

As we talked in class, we'll work with a contrast between the Simple Present and the Present Progressive. Work with these exercises, so you can have a better understanding.

Print this and answer it for tomorrow:

Simple Present and Present Progressive

LEVEL VII: Mixed conditionals worksheet

Hi again:

Here´s the worksheet you have to print and answer. Don't forget to add four more mixed conditionals.

See ya!

LEVEL VII: More on mixed conditionals

Hi there, people!:

Here you can find more exercises on mixed conditionals. Please, print them or copy them in your notebook:

Mixed conditionals 1 (in your notebook)

Mixed conditionals 2 (only as an online practice, don't copy it in your notebook)

See you!

LEVEL II: Present Continuous Exercises

Hi there!

Here you can find the exercises for tomorrow. They can be affirmative, negative or interrogative statements.

If you don't want to print them out, just copy them in your notebook.

Good luck!

LEVEL VII: Exercises on conditionals

Hi there!

Here are some exercises for you to practice with conditionals 1, 2 and 3.


LEVEL II: What is the Present Continuous Tense?

Hi there, class!

Here you can find the definition and examples of the Present Continuous Tense (or Present Progressive).

Please, read it and tomorrow be ready to explain what you understood.


LEVEL VII: Reducing relative clauses

Hi, you there:

The topic today was reducing relative clauses. You'd better check this page out, in case you need any further explanation.

To practice with the topic, here are some interesting exercises as well.

LEVEL II: Homework with prepositions

Hi, guys:

Here are the exercises you need to print for tomorrow  (PLEASE PRINT  AND ANSWER ONLY PAGES 1, 3 AND 4).

See you!

LEVEL VII: Exercises with Relative Clauses

Hello, it's me... (:

Here are the exercises you need to COPY AND ANSWER for tomorrow Thursday:

Relative Clauses Exercises (up to number 10).

See ya!

LEVEL VII: Clauses of contrast and purpose

Hi there!:

Here are the exercises I mentioned today in class:

First read this.

Then PRINT (OR COPY) AND ANSWER the following exercises:

Exercise 1
Exercise 2

See ya!

LEVEL II: Asking questions

Hi there!:

Here are the exercises you need to practice with:

First, practice with these ones, BUT DON'T PRINT THEM!

Practice exercises 1
Practice exercises 2
Practice exercises 3

And then, copy these exercises in your notebook and bring them tomorrow, ANSWERED!

Ask for the underlined part. Write the complete English question:

  1. Peter runs with his dog on Sundays.
  2. My rabbit has a cage in the garden.
  3. David likes cats because they are nice.
  4. The teacher explains the lesson in front of the class.
  5. Mario celebrates his birthday in September.
  6. My daughter washes her hair twice a week.
  7. My brother does his homework carefully.
  8. Julia has two brothers.
  9. Harry doesn't go to school because he is sick.
  10. Thalia has breakfast before going to school.

LEVEL II: Games with family trees

Hi there!:

Here you can find some exercises to practice the vocabulary relative to Family Trees.


Family Tree | English Time

Family Vocabulary

Family Vocabulary Quiz

Family Members in English

LEVEL VII: Prefixes and suffixes

Hi, y'all:

Here are the basic prefixes and suffixes you can study for your partial exam (click on each one to open a pdf file with examples):

anti-   de-   dis-   ex-   mis-    -ly

pre-   re-   un-   -ful   -less

Then, you can study the following exercises FROM PAGE 1 TO 6 and then answer them. 

And finally, practice with this other exercise and answer it too.

(If you want to study a more extensive list of these groups of letters, here's a good example).

See you tomorrow!!

English VII: More on reported speech and reporting verbs

Please, check out the following exercises and practice, practice, practice...

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

English VII: Reported speech

Hi, guys:

To practice with reported speech, just like we did today in class, please print these exercises AND THEN ANSWER THEM... (don't check the answers!):

Reported questions

Reported statements

Reported commands affirmative

Reported commands negative


LEVEL VII: Reporting verbs

Hi again:

Here's a list fo the most common reporting verbs. You can print it out and keep it for further reference:

List of Reporting verbs (with examples)

LEVEL II: Game with numbers

Hi there!:

I'm so sorry about the time, but I was a little busy!

This is an interacitive game for practicing the spelling of numbers, and your Math too! Just make sure that you choose the ADVANCED Numbers 1-100 option.

Have fun!

Exercise with numbers

LEVEL II: Verb To Be

Copy the following information in your notebook and make sentences, using the Simple Present of the verb To Be (affirmative, negative and interrogative):

1. They/be/from France.

2. He/be/a student/here/?

3. I/be/a veterinarian.

4. Max and Carlos/be/not/my friends.

5. She/be/your girlfriend/?

6. We/be/not/lazy people.

7. He/be/very handsome.

8. You/be/very tall.

9. My brother/be/not/a good soccer player.

10. Your cousin/be/a nice boy/?

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LEVEL VII: Reduced relative clauses

Hi there:

Please, read the following info and examples:


LEVEL V: -ed ending pronunciation

Hi guys:

These are the rules I mentioned in class, about the -ed ending pronunciation:


LEVEL V: Exercises with Simple Past and Past Progressive

Hi guys:

Here are the exercises you need to bring for Thursday. Print and answer them, and during class we'll check the answers:



LEVEL VII: Exercises with Relative Pronouns

Hi there!:

Here are the exercises you need to print and answer for tomorrow Thursday:


LEVEL V: Exercises with questions Simple Past

Hi there!

Please, PRINT AND ANSWER this exercise for tomorrow:


LEVEL VII: Reported Speech: School of Rock

Hi, there:

Here's your homework for tomorrow:

Watch the video (you need to watch the segment between 20:43' and 27:48', so fast forward it).

When you finish with this, answer the following worksheet, sections B and C.

See you!!

LEVEL V: Coordinating and Correlative Conjuntions


I found this information that can be useful for you to understand the use of these conjunctions:


LEVEL VII: Reporting verbs homework

Hi again:

Here's a list fo the most common reporting verbs. You can print it out and keep it for further reference:

List of Reporting verbs (with examples)

Then, PRINT AND ANSWER the following exercises:



LEVEL V: Correlative conjunctions (explanation and exercises)

Hi there!:

Today in class, I explained three special cases to consider when working with Correlative Conjunctions:

1. Rule of proximity:

The verb which follows two subjects joined by a correlative conjunction must agree with the second subject, NOT the first:

  • Either my brother or my mum look looks after our cat when we’re away on holiday.
  • Either my brother or my parents looks look after our cat when we’re away on holiday.
  • Neither the manager nor his assistant are is here today.
  • Neither the manager nor his assistants is are here today.
2. Not only used at the beginning of a sentence:
When not only is used at the beginning of a sentence and joins two clauses, the auxiliary verb of the not only clause is placed before the subject. This is a coordinating conjunction.
Not only did  I applaud, but I also stood up.
move overmove auxiliary before subject
I applauded the performance, and I stood up.
Not only do  I like to watch moviesbut I also like to see plays.
move overmove auxiliary before subject
I like to watch movies, and I like to see plays.   move over
3. When Neither…nor begins a sentence:

When Neither…nor begins a sentence and joins two verbs, the axillary verb precedes the subject.

I didn't take a vacation. I didn't ask for sick leave.

Neither did   I   take vacation, nor did I ask for sick leave.
move overmove before subjectMove the auxiliary verb in front of the subject. 

Now, practice what we learned today with this exercise. Print it and answer it for tomorrow:

LEVEL VII: Reporting verbs

Hi there:

PRINT AND ANSER the following exercises for tomorrow Tuesday 23rd:




LEVEL V: Exercises with conjunctions

Hi there:

Here are two exercises for you to PRINT AND ANSWER FORTOMORROW:

See ya!

LEVEL VII: Gerunds and infinitives: explanation and practice

Hi people:

Here you can find further information about gerunds and infinitives: 

Gerunds and infinitives (explanation and examples)

Gerunds and inifinitives (practice exercises)


LEVEL V: Expressing preferences

Hi there!:

Here are the exercises you need to PRINT/COPY AND ANSWER for tomorrow:

1. Choose RATHER/ PREFER  to complete the sentences:

1. Would you  go to the movies or to the theater?
2. Would you  to write the report now or after the meeting?
3. Would you  learn Mandarin or Portuguese?
4. Would you  buy an Ipad or a Nexxus?
5. Would you  to meet on Tuesday or Thursday?
6. Would you  having dinner here or at the new restaurant?

2. Choose the correct option:

1-She ...................... eat a salad than a hamburger.
would rather        prefer                                                             
2-They .................... dogs. They don't like cats.
would rather        prefer                                                     
3-I ......................  stay home today.
would rather        prefer
4-We ....................... watching basketball.
would rather        prefer 
5-Usually people ......................... warm weather.
would rather       prefer

LEVEL VII: Homework for tomorrow Thursday February 18th

Hi there:

This is the copy you have to PRINT AND BRING tomorrow. Don't answer it!

LEVEL V: Adjectives

Hi guys:

This are the exercises you need to PRINT AND ANSWER FOR TOMORROW Thursday February 11th:

Exercises with adjectives


LEVEL VII: Indirect questions

Hi there:

This is the exercise you need to PRINT AND ANSWER FOR TOMORROW Thursday February 11th:

Indirect questions

See ya!

LEVEL VII: Reported speech

Hi guys:

Here's the homework for tomorrow:

Reported speech

See ya!

LEVEL V: Homework for tomorrow Wednesday February 10th

Hi again:

Here are the pages you need to print and answer for tomorrow:

Adjective Order 1
Adjective Order 2


See ya!

LEVEL V: Adjective chart

Print this out for further reference!

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