Linking clauses and sentences
All you will learn in this course
Speaking exercise: Basic connectors
Quiz: Linking clauses and sentences
Definite Article: THE
Writing exercise: Article THE
Quiz: Definite article
Listening exercise: Weather conditions
Presence / Absence
(NOT) Here / There
Reading exercise: (not) here / there
Quiz: Presence / Absence
Adverbs of Frequency
Speaking exercise: Adverbs of frequency
Roleplay modules 1-5: On vacation
Modal Verb: Can
Offer, Request, Suggestions
Decline Offers and Invitations
Quiz: Modal Verb: Can
Making Requests: other modal verbs
Writing exercise: Can / Cant / Could / Would like
Quiz: Making Requests: other modal verbs
What Time Is It?
Prepositions: AT and ON
Listening exercise: Telling the time
How do you...
How to do things
Roleplay modules 6-9: At the restaurant
Quiz: How do you...
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I live in Colombia. Many people think Colombia is always hot, but it’s not like that. I live in the capital, Bogotá. It is located at an average altitude of 2,640 meters above sea level. Because of that, it’s normally very cold here, especially at night. For me, it’s a great city to live in, since I LOVE cold weather. It’s warm sometimes, but usually, it’s cloudy and rainy. There are other cities in Colombia where it’s sunny and hot, like Cartagena. Or warm and windy, like San Andrés. It’s great living here because you can find all kinds of weather.
1. What’s the weather like in Colombia?
a) always cold
b) always hot
c) depends on the city
2. What’s the weather like in Bogotá?
a) It’s normally very hot
b) It’s normally very cold
c) It’s normally very windy
3. What’s the weather like in Cartagena?
a) It’s sunny and hot
b) It’s cloudy and rainy
c) It’s always cold
Contribución creada con aportes de: Andrés Guano.