Wednesday, 27 March 2013


Would you like to know how to say in English words about Easter? And would you like to learn about Easter traditions in English-speaking countries? These flashcards will help you. Then, you can test your knowledge with spelling and listening activities. You can play games too. Happy Easter!

Sunday, 24 March 2013

Outer Space Attackers Game. Comparatives vs Superlatives

Hi! I've got a mission for you. Revise the rules of spelling and use of comparatives and superlatives to play this game. Can you tell one structure from the others? Reas the sentences and click on the right answer to get correct sentences. If your answer is right, you will have the chance to save the Earth from aliens. Read the instructions of the game and enjoy your revision.

  Comparatives vs Superlatives.

Sunday, 17 March 2013

Happy St Patrick's Day, folks

Today is Saint Patrick's Day. He is the saint patron of Ireland. He brought Christianism to the country and there are many legends about him. One of them says he drove all the snakes out of the country. Study these flashcards to know more. You can test your vocabulary skills if you do the exercises below. Read, listen, learn to spell and play the games. Happy Saint Patrick's Day!

Billionaire Quiz. Superlatives

Do you know the game show "Do you want to be a millionaire?" Here's something similar to help you practise superlatives. It's just a game, you won't become rich but you will improve your English. Try to win one billion dollars by answering all ten questions correctly. You have three lifelines to help you: Text a Friend, 50 - 50 and Audience Assistance. How much money can you win?

  Billionaire Quiz

Saturday, 16 March 2013

Bouncing Balls. Comparatives

Hello! Are comparative structures easy in English? They are easier than you think. Click on the link below and try the bouncing balls game for some practice. Read the instructions and choose the option that best completes each sentence. I hope you will enjoy it.

  Comparatives Game

Sunday, 10 March 2013

Ping Pong Grammar

Can you make the difference between present simple and present continuous? You can practise with this game. Choose the right answers to complete the sentences and get a chance to play ping pong.

Present Simple vs Present Continuous. Table tennis game

Friday, 1 March 2013

First Conditional. Conditions and Results

First conditional sentences are easy. You must use present simple for the if clause, which is the condition, and future with will or won't for the result, that is, the consequence of the condition. Conditions may also be introduced by unless plus an affirmative sentence. Do you know how to tell conditions from results? Read the sentences below and try this game to make sure you can make and recognize first conditional sentences.

If you watch that film, you will enjoy the settings. 
She won't come to the party unless we invite her. 
You will never learn anything if you watch television all the time. 
If you don't listen to the radio, you won't know about the news. 
If it snows, we will go skiing. 
We won't go to the beach unless the weather is good. 
If you study hard, you won't fail your exams. 
Unless you water the plants, they won't grow. 
If it rains, I will take my umbrella. 
If you like science fiction, you will love Star Wars
If we don't hurry, we will miss the train. 
Unless she comes with us, the dinner will be boring.

Matching Game. Baby Animals

Hi! Have you studied the names of baby animals? If so, don't miss out on this game. Choose the correct answer on the screen to match adult animals to baby animals. If your answer is right, the square will go green and you will have the chance to play the Heroic Ants game. Help the ant to reach the farthest distance possible. Click and pull the string to set the throwing angle and power. You can try as many times as you wish. How many animal names can you remember? Can you make the ant travel farther and farther? Good luck!

  Heroic Ants Game. Baby Animals

Animals and their babies

Hi! I am a turkey. Do you know the name for a baby turkey? A baby turkey is a poult. You can learn more by studying this set of flashcards. In the first falshcard, you will see the names of baby animals, and in the second one you will find the name of the matching adult animal. Some names are the same. For example, a cub is the baby of a lion, a tiger or a bear. Some other names are very similar. For example, duck and duckling or pig and piglet. There are also names of baby animal which are very different from the names of their matching adults. With a bit of practice, you will learn them all.

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Animals and Baby Animals

Hello! I am a squirrel and I am here to help you learn the names of some animals. Some are adults and some others are babies. Click on the arrows to study the flashcards. If you want to know how to pronounce the names, click on the loudspeaker icon. Then, click on the link below the flashcards to do spelling and listening activities or play games. How many animals can you remember?