2.en.54 on line exercises to revise how to talk bout families

Here follow some links to on line exercises to help you build up your vocabulary. In this term we shall be working with families and relationships, so this set of exercises has to do with this topic.

Most exercises have got audio, this way you’ll be able to learn how to pronounce words corrrectly.

I will number the set of exercises so you can give me some feedback on how useful you found them.

1. Move the cursor over the family tree and check the names of the different members of the family.

2. In a BBC site, listen to a poem about a creepy family. While listening to a description of the members you’ll be able to practise the “ee” sound. After listening try to complete the missing words. Do you know what “creepy ” means now?

3. ANG365 is agreat site, made by Joan Serra, an English teacher from Lleida. In his site you can find great on line activities.   Watch a video and listen to Tom talk about his family.

You can also do  the blue and red exercises (listening, speaking, reading and writing) that correspond to your level and that appear next to the category of “family” 

Remember to post your comments to the bolg. Which exercises did you find most helpful?

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18 Respostes to “2.en.54 on line exercises to revise how to talk bout families”

  1. ariadnabalufo Says:

    -Which exercises did you find most helpful?
    * I think more helpul the exercice one.

  2. vidalandreu98 Says:

    I like more the first exercise.

  3. margaabauza Says:

    I like very much the first exercise and is very helpful.

  4. marinaescarpa11 Says:

    -Which exercises did you find most helpful?
    * I liked the first one.

  5. jhazminmarmol Says:

    I think the first is more helpful.

  6. vladis890 Says:

    Which exercises did you find most helpful?
    -I think is more helpful the first exercise.

  7. martitaserra28 Says:

    1-Which exercises did you find most helpful?
    For me the first exercise.

  8. paulinguigs Says:

    Which exercises did you find most helpful?
    The first exercise.

  9. noesanzu Says:

    Which exercises did you find most helpful?
    The first exercise too.

  10. vidalsiquierj Says:

    -I thing the first exercice is the most helpful.

  11. psocies Says:

    i like very much the first exercice and i think is vety helpful.

  12. merysantos1998 Says:

    For me is more helpful the first exercice.

  13. miquelbv9 Says:

    Which exercises did you find most helpful?
    The first I think is bether

  14. silviamartinm Says:

    Which exercises did you find most helpful?
    I think the first exercise is most helpful.

  15. sergiomr226 Says:

    Which exercises did you find most helpful?
    – I fpund a most helpful a first: 1. Move the cursor over the family tree and check the names of the different members of the family.
    – Because is a good exerceis when the pronunciation is good.

  16. paucampomar Says:

    I found most useful the exercise of the BBC.


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