Film Quiz (B2/C1): Shimmer Lake

/ Advanced, Courses, Students, Upper-intermediate

Practise English while watching Shimmer Lake, a 2017 thriller movie. Loading… ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FUN MOVIE-WATCHING COURSE? CHECK OUT ELT-TUTOR’S FILMS&FUN COURSES WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO DO NOW? GO BACK TO VIDEO QUIZZES SEE MORE ONLINE EXERCISES TAKE THE ELT-TUTOR LEVEL TEST CONTACT ME

Film Quiz (B1+/B2): The Perfect Date

/ Courses, Students, Upper-intermediate

An ESL exercise for teens: watch The Perfect Date, a 2019 film and complete the interactive worksheet below: Loading… ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FUN MOVIE-WATCHING COURSE? CHECK OUT ELT-TUTOR’S FILMS&FUN COURSES WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO DO NOW? GO BACK TO VIDEO QUIZZES SEE MORE ONLINE EXERCISES TAKE THE ELT-TUTOR LEVEL TEST CONTACT ME

Film Quiz (A2/B1): The Holiday

/ Intermediate, Pre-intermediate, Students

Exercise your English with this movie and the interactive worksheet below: Loading… ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FUN MOVIE-WATCHING COURSE? CHECK OUT ELT-TUTOR’S FILMS&FUN COURSES WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO DO NOW? GO BACK TO VIDEO QUIZZES SEE MORE ONLINE EXERCISES TAKE THE ELT-TUTOR LEVEL TEST CONTACT ME

GRAMMAR: THIRD CONDITIONAL TIPS AND IDEAS

/ B1, B2, Grammar training, Speaking and Conversation, Teachers

November 2020 – Third conditional is a tough grammar point and it’s also difficult to make students practise it, since it is not so often used in real life situations. Doing automatized exercises seems to work for the moment, but fails on the long run. To help students memorize the structure, you might want to spend some time making them do different engaging activities over a couple of lessons. Here are some ideas how they could practice third conditional sentences.

FILM QUIZ – A2/B1: THE HOLIDAY

/ A2, B1, Christmas, Listening training, Teachers, Vocabulary training

Films offer a wide range of benefits to students: even if they have already seen the film in their first language, by watching it in another language will teach them how to listen and catch first words, then phrases, finally complete sentences. With subtitles, they teach vocabulary and pronunciation patterns, however, it becomes more a reading task. With a quiz, it can be even done in self-study mode. This time a romantic comedy for Christmas: THE HOLIDAY.