Next week, you morning breaks will depend on your knowledge of irregular verbs. In this post I will give you some help to learn irregular verbs other than memorising them . Listening to verbs being used in conversations is another way to fix long lists in your brain.
ELLO is a great site with lots of listening (not very long) on all sorts of topics. The site provides a transcript (do no cheat, try to listen a couple of times before you check content) and multiple choice tests. If you do one or two listenings per week, your understanding will improve and your knowledge of irregular verbs too.
My choice today will be a listening to give you extra practice understanding past tenses. Six different people with different English accents, answer the same question: What did you do yesterday?
- Do the multiple choice quizz and post your comments to the blog.
- Did you find the listening difficult?
- Did it help you to learn verbs and past tenses?
- On Monday, I will pose the same question to you: What did you do Yesterday?