Author Archives: Sandro

Be the teacher – correct these student mistakes #003

Correct these sentences. Leave your answers in the comments box below. Where have you been last week? I didn’t at all like the film. The teacher learned me some new idioms. There aren’t too much TV channels in my country. My friend is so bad for bowling! I’m not playing volleyball since 2014.

Quiz card #020

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Jerusalem

Listen to James Fenton reading the first part of his poem “Jerusalem”. Every 4th word of the text is missing. Can you fill in the 11 blanks. Answers in the comments box below.   Stone cries to ___(1)___, Heart to heart, ___(2)___ to stone, And ___(3)___ interrogation will not ___(4)___ For there is ___(5)___ eternal […]

Be the teacher – correct these student mistakes #002

Correct these sentences. Leave your answers in the comments box below. Austria has too much public holidays. It’s more easier to catch a bus into the city than go by car. You shouldn’t to go to work in jeans. There was 6 people waiting in the lobby. I’m not agree with you. Barcelona won Real […]

Quiz card #019

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Malta’s minimum wage below EU average

Listen to the recording and fill in the gaps – numbers only! Use the comments box to send in your answers. With an income of €_____(a)_____, Malta’s national minimum wage is below the European Union average. As of this year, _____(b)_____out of the _____(c)_____member states of the European Union have national minimum wages. The average […]

Be the teacher – correct these student mistakes #001

Correct these sentences. Leave your answers in the comments box below. When are you arrived in Malta? I never been to the island of Gozo. We have married 13 years ago. Both the answers is wrong. I’d like meeting you again one day. The students couldn’t speak very well English.