Today I am excited to share another guest post, which fits perfectly into this month’s theme of March Modal Madness. Guest posts provide an excellent opportunity for you to see even more ‘Outside the Box’ learning opportunities; you’ll see different styles of … Continue reading
What is your deepest, darkest secret? Is there anything you haven’t told anyone? If you had the opportunity to tell your secret anonymously, do you think you would do it?
Now is your opportunity to do it, similarly to the way you see above. You can learn more about sharing your secrets and improve your English skills with this Free Friday’s lesson based on the wonderful lesson provided by LinguaHouse. Improve not only your reading skills, but listening comprehension, vocabulary and overall English fluency by watching the provided video and using the lesson guide (with answers) to help you.
See LinguaHouse lesson [and answers] here:
Watch video for the file here:
Be sure to check out PostSecret‘s website to see even more secrets being revealed.
Happy Studying ♥
As always, let me know how you did, share your thoughts, and thanks for learning with me! Share with a friend if you’ve enjoyed this lesson.
As if I don’t have enough on my plate as it is, I’ve decided to re-introduce a weekly component of the blog and add “Free Friday,” in which I will be uploading some free lessons. I already post learning resources and opportunities as it is; however, this has a fun name!
First, did you notice my idiom related to food in the first sentence? “to have enough on my plate” is an idiom that means, I already have a lot going on, or I am already pretty busy. You will change the pronoun “my” to reflect the correct person (his, her, their, our, etc), and you can replace ‘enough’ with other words like: a lot, so much, etc… OR, you can use it the opposite way and say, “I don’t have a lot on my plate.” This would mean you’re not busy at all!
This week includes a vocabulary lesson, and if you haven’t guessed already, it’s related to FOOD. You can check out my other food related information [more idioms] here.
Review vocabulary words, match their synonyms, and complete the sentence blanks with their appropriate word. You can even go one step farther, and create your own sentences in the comment section for me to review and check! Click the link below to review the lesson, and be sure to practice your writing, by writing them in a notebook:
Vocab_FoodEating <~~vocabulary lesson link is this**
Happy Studying! ♥
Have you finished the vocabulary lesson? Check your answers here: Vocab_ANS_FoodEating
How did you do? Let me know, and don’t forget to write your own sentences to practice!