Unless znamená totéž co if not. Z gramatického hlediska po něm stejně jako po if následuje přítomný, minulý či předminulý čas (tj. nikdy ne podmiňovací. Propose + gerundium má význam navrhnout (tedy stejný, jako když po něm následuje vedlejší věta s “that”). Angličtina – stručný prehľad základnej anglickej gramatiky (Quick Reference of Basic English Grammar) Ucelený a stručný prehľad základnej anglickej gramatiky.

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Using songs to learn a language. Why, how and which? At the beginning of this year, I was surprised to find out that many of my students, especially adults, stated in the Needs Analysis that they wanted to use songs.

Why ang,icka we use songs? They can be fun. They generate interest in the target language culture. Some are catchy and students keep singing them at home. Some songs can be used to teach language points. Karaoke is fun and useful to acquire pronunciation features. You can deal with the physical aspect of pronunciation; singers tend to move their mouths a lot.

Fist thing that comes to our heads?

The task is simple: And yet, there is something about manipulating established texts that makes it work so well with students, challenging meaning or tone and playing with the language at all levels.

Admittedly, erasure or blackout writing is a popular activity in L1 language arts classrooms, but there are several valuable language learning advantages it offers in the EFL classroom as well: Students can write at their own level, from very simple sentences to more elaborate and sophisticated types of text.


After modelling the activity, I usually have teams of students work on a text in class so that they can get familiar with the procedure, and then assign another text for individual work.

Anglická gramatika

This story is about a redhead girl Anne, who wants to find her own place in this life very much. Despite of orphanhood and loneliness, she did not lose her kindness and optimism.

Accidently she settled at a house of a man and a woman who were brother and sister.

They lived lonely at a village on an island of Prince Eduard and were looking for a young assistant who could help with their farm. They wanted to take a boy for a such job, but eventually they got the talking Anne.

Anglická gramatika

Writing for Beginners, short examples for writing. We use tags in grwmatika English but not in formal written English.

They are not really questions but are a way of asking the other person to make a comment and so keep the conversation open. Making a tag is very mechanical. To make a tag, use the first auxiliary.

Anglicka gramatika

If there is no auxiliary, use do, does or did. With a positive sentence, make a negative tag and with a negative sentence, make a positive tag.


It’s beautiful, isn’t it?

There isn’t an ATM here, is there? To reply, use the same auxiliary: Intermediate exercises – SpeakspeakSpeakspeak. Why did the chicken cross the road? Is one of the most famous and least funny jokes in English. In this lesson plan, students are asked to draw their own road-crossing chickens and consider chicken motives before being directed to the joke.

A2 level English language practice tests. The Interactive Notebook angljcka the best of journaling recording information of personal interest with note-taking recording pure data or information.

Full guidelines to setting up notebooks are found below.

However, in general, interactive notebooks include: If you find any broken links, gramarika let me know! Therefore it is neccessary for them to learn the names of the equipment there.

Ways of saying ‘darling’ in the UK. How do you say ‘darling’ in your language? Education UK Opens in a new tab or window. English is the rag rug of languages. Classroom posters for Tongue twisters. Difference between Shall and Will. Prepositions of place – in, on, at.

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