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In this website, you will be able to learn English language with videos, grammar explanations and easy useful tips in your own.
And finally, you can check your knowledge with games and interactive quizzes. This site is used with a non-profit educational purpose only. Thanks for being there!!!
How can we express our likes or dislikes in English language?
It is very easy!!!
There are four different grades by expressing your likes and dislikes. I LOVE I LIKE I DON´T LIKE I HATE You just pay attention to the pictures and sentences below.
You can express something as follows:
I love reading books
She loves reading books
I like reading books
He likes reading books
I don´t like swimming She doesn´t like swimming
I hate getting up early at the weekends He hates getting up early at the weekends
---------- If you want to make questions, look at the next grammatical rule: DO + SUBJECT + LIKE + NOUN? Do you like apples? DOES + SUBJECT + LIKE + NOUN? Does she like strawberries? DO + SUBJECT + LIKE + VERB(-ing)? Do they like dancing? DOES + SUBJECT + LIKE + VERB(-ing? Does he like dancing? ---------- After reading the information above, you can play the following games.
More interesting exercises to practise likes and dislikes in English language.
Click on the picture below to watch some videos about the way you have to express likes and dislikes in English language.
In this post, we are going to learn how to say in English language what we do every day from morning to evening,
before going to bed.
These are our DAILY ROUTINES
Now, let´s check out the next video to learn the main vocabulary.
These are the parts of a day:
Read the following sentences, as examples. I have breakfast in the morning. She has breakfast in the morning. I have lunch in the afternoon. He has lunch in the afternoon. I have dinner in the evening. She has dinner in the evening. I go to bed at night. He goes to bed at night.
We just say "GOOD NIGHT" when we go to bed
Have Sweet Dreams!!!
Summing up!!! you could check out this video to understand better these concepts.
Now, you can learn about how to tell the time in English language. O´CLOCK - HALF PAST
Click on the picture to link Feel free to take the quiz
Feel free to take the next dictation exercise
This is a dictation exercise very useful for you to improve your writing skill. Take care your spelling!!!
Let´s listen to and read the story of this unit 5.
More activities and funny videos, here below.
click on the picture to follow the link
TRADITIONAL ENGLISH "BEDTIME RHYMES" FOR KIDS
Click on the picture below to print some documents to reinforce concepts and vocabulary of this Unit 5.