People. What can we learn from Virginia Woolf?

Download the AntiExam Pack: Virginia Woolf, the Spring Practice Test Pack for Elementary (Básico 1). Use this episode to prepare a monologue on Virginia Woolf.

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Elementary. Q&A on Routines for Conversations (part 2, 3rd p. sing.)

The worksheet with lots of questions is on this page (scroll down!)

And here is the audio (part 2 – Questions with “he/she”)

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Useful Language: Tricky verbs for Ementary (see, look, watch; hear, listen)

Read the transcript

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Elementary. Q&A on Routines for Conversations (part 1), with Speaking Test Tips!

The worksheet with lots of questions is on this page (scroll down!)

And here is the audio (part 1 – Questions with “you”)

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Useful Language. Writing. Email to Teacher Apologizing for Absence. All Levels (A2-C1)!

WritingFind the transcript here (path: talkingpeople.net – Enter – Skills – Writing – Letter-writing) Scroll down to Apologies. It’s 2 pdf pages, with notes I don’t read.

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Elementary. Present. Nationalities, countries and languages 2

ElementaryI made some mistakes: People FROM, not IN. “In” is OK, but “from” is more accurate (“in” vale, pero “from” es más preciso). The list of countries is not complete. The world is full of countries and peoples (pueblos)!

People = personas, gente; Peoples = pueblos

Read the transcript.

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