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May 16-20

English in Mind, pages 10, 11, 12, 13
Grammar: Negative imperatives
Vocabulary: Adjectives describing feelings.

May 2-13

In Class.

English in Mind, pages 7,8,9
What time is it?

Organising a group project

Listen to people organising a group project and answer the questions to practise and improve your listening skills.

April 25-29

English in Mind, page 4-6 pages.
Different Places Different Lives. Read the text, translate and try to tell.

April 11-15
How do you celebrate Easter in your family?

Check your progress, English in Mind Unit 6

April 4-8

Listen to the conversation and do the exercises to practice and improve your listening skills.


Can you play a musical instrument? What instrument would you like to play? Would you like to be in a band?

ShowCheck your understanding: true or false

ShowCheck your understanding: gap fill





March 28-April 1

English in Mind Unit 7, everyday English
Read the email

Ordering in a café

Listen to people ordering food and drinks in a café to practise and improve your listening skills.

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Meeting people at a dinner

Listen to introductions at a dinner party to practise and improve your listening skills.

March 7-11
Essay on My Mother
My mother is an ordinary woman she is my superhero. In every step of my, she supported and encouraged me. Whether day or night she was always there for me no matter what the condition is. Furthermore, her every work, persistence, devotion, dedication, conduct is an inspiration for me. In this essay on my mother, I am going to talk about my mother and why she is so special to me.

Why I Love My Mother So Much?

I love her not because she is my mother and we should respect our elders. I respect her because she has taken care of me when I was not able to speak. At that time, she has taken care of all my needs when I wasn’t able to speak.

Additionally, she taught me how to walk, speak, and take care of myself. Similarly, every bigger step that I have taken in my life is all because of my mother. Because, if she hasn’t taught me how to take small steps then I won’t be able to take these bigger step.

Write about your Mother 300+ Words

February 28-March 5
Anusual Food around the World.
Grammar: I’d like/ Would you like?
Countable and uncountable nouns
Vocabulary: Food
English in Mind, pages 48, 49, 50

February 21-26

Hovhannes Tumanyan was born on February 19, 1869 in Dsegh, one of the villages of Lori. His father was the local parish priest. Later Tumanyan would write: “The most precious and the best thing that I had in life was my father. He was honest and the most noble man.

Tumanyan began his education in Lori, and then attended one of the best Armenian schools of the time, the Nersisyan School. At age 19 Tumanyan married and eventually fathered ten children.
Tumanyan started writing when he was 10-11 years old, but only became known as a poet in 1890, when his first poetry collection was published. Even in this early book one can clearly see all the freshness that Tumanyan brought to Armenian literature with his poetry.
Tumanyan’s inspiration came from everyday ordinary activities of the people. The heroes of his works are simple villagers.

Hovhannes Tumanyan died on the 23rd March 1923 at the age of 54.


Beside the laughing lake of Van
A little hamlet lies;
Each night into the waves a man
Leaps under darkened skies.

He cleaves the waves with mightly arm,
Needing no raft or boat,
And swims, disdaining risk and harm,
Towards the isle remote.

On the dark island burns so bright
A piercing, luring ray:
There’s lit a beacon every night
To guide him on his way.

Upon the island is that fire
Lit by Tamar the fair;
Who waits, all burning with desire,
Beneath the shelter there.

The lover’s heart-how doth it beat!
How beat the roaring waves!
But, bold and scorning to retreat,
The elements he braves.

And now Tamar the fair doth hear,
With trembling heart aflame,
The water splashing-oh, so near,
And fire consumes her frame.

All quiet is on the shore around,
And, black,there looms a shade:
The darkness utters not a sound,
The swimmer finds the maid.

The tide-waves ripple, lisp and splash
And murmur, soft and low;
They urge each other, mingle, clash,
As, ebbing out, they go.

Flutter and rustle the dark waves.
And with them every star
Whispers how sinfully behaves
The shameless maid Tamar;

Their whisper shakes her throbbing her
This time, as was before!
The youth into the waves doth dart,
The maiden prays on shore.

But certain villains, full of spite,
Against them did conspire,
And on a hellish, mirky night
Put out the guiding fire.

The luckless lover lost his way,
And only from afar
The wind is carrying in his sway
The moans of:”Ah, Tamar!”

And through the night his voice is heard
Upon the craggy shores,
And, though it’s muffled and blurred
By the waves’ rapid roars,

The words fly forward-faint they are-
“Ah, Tamar!”
And in the morn the splashing tide
The hapless yough cast out,

Who,battling with the waters, died
In an unequal bout;
Cold lips are clenched, two words they bar:
“Ah, Tamar!”
And ever since, both near and far,
They call the island Akhtamar

February 14-18
English in Mind, page 46, 47. Read the text and answer the questions
«Different Cultures Different Pets».
Write about your pet.

February 14-18
English in Mind, page 46, 47. Read the text and answer the questions
«Different Cultures Different Pets».
Write about your pet.

February 7-11
English in Mind pages 42,43,44,45
Grammar: Have/has got
Because….? Why…?
Vocabulary: Parts of Body

Meeting other students

Listen to a group of new students meeting for the first time to practise and improve your listening skills.

December 13-17

Read the text about Cambridge and write a short text about your city.
page 40
Check your progress, page 41

December 6 -10

Where is the cafe?, page 34
Grammar: there is, there are, prepositions of place.
vocabulary: places in towns
pages 35, 36, 37
In class

December 1 – 5
Read about two British families. Where is each family from?

English in Mind,pages 32, 33 exercises.

November 22-26
English in Mind, page 30, ex-es a, b, a, b
Possessive Adjectives page 31 exercises

November 15-19

English in Mind, pages 28, 29
Reading text <America’s First Lady>

Grammar: Present Simple, positive and negative
Exercises a, b, c, d, e, page 29

November 1-5

English in Mind, pages 25, 26, 27
Everyday English, Anna’s email about her favourite band.
Check your progress.

Autumn from my Window

Each season has its wonders and charm, but many of us think that autumn is special, because autumn surprises us with its richness: juicy fragrant fruits and vegetables, colorful leaves. In Autumn everything turns from green to yellow. Trees and grass become yellow in colour and the fallen leaves cover the face of the earth. Autumn has its own unique beauty.
Look out of your window, describe autumn in your yard, in your street….

Meeting a new team member

Listen to a conversation between two new colleagues to practice your listening skills

October 18–22
Positive and Negative Adjectives, page 22
Objective Pronouns page 23
Read the Story on page 24

October 11-15
English in Mind, pages 20, 21

Reading text «We are a new band», page 20
Grammar: the verb To Be plural negatives and questions.

In class.
Finding the library

Listen to a conversation about the university library to practice and improve your listening skills

October 4-8

A message to a new friend

Read a direct message on social media to practise and improve your reading skills. 

Do the preparation task first. Then read the text and do the exercises.

Reading text

Hi Lucia

How are you? It was so nice to meet you last week in Sydney at the sales meeting. How was the rest of your trip? Did you see any kangaroos? I hope you got home to Mexico City OK.

Anyway, I have the documents about the new Berlin offices. We’re going to be open in three months. I moved here from London just last week. They are very nice offices, and the location is perfect. There are lots of restaurants, cafés and banks in the area. There’s also public transport; we are next to an U-Bahn (that is the name for the metro here). Maybe you can come and see them one day? I would love to show you Berlin, especially in the winter. You said you have never seen snow – you will see lots here!

Here’s a photo of you and me at the restaurant in Sydney. That was a very fun night! Remember the singing Englishman? Crazy! Please send me any other photos you have of that night. Good memories.

Please give me your email address and I will send you the documents.

Bye for now


Task 1

Task 2


How do you make plans with friends? Email, messenger, phone calls or another way?

September 27- October 1

English in Mind, pages 16, 17
Countries, nationalities. Where are you from?

Watch here

September 22-24

English in Mind, pages 14-18, revision

Complete the sentences with “to be”, am, is, are

1. I _____ a girl.

2. My father_____ at work.

3. Alex and Dino _____ my cats.

4. Alex _____ in the garden.

5. Dino _____ on the floor.

6. My red pencil _____ on the floor, too.

7. The other pencils _____ in my pencil case.

8. My mother _____ in the living room.

9. Eli and Rafa _____ good friends.

10. They _____ good at tennis.

11. _____ they in Amsterdam this week?

12. The pupils _____ not at school today.

13. It _____ Monday.

14. I _____ at home.

15. We _____ friends.

Make affirmative sentences with “to be”

1. I _____ never happy on a Sunday afternoon.

2. We _____ Scottish.

3. He _____ a pilot.

4. Mayte and Joshua _____ angry.

5. You _____ clever and good-looking.

Make negative sentences with “to be”

1. You _____ not Dutch.

2. Gemma _____ at home.

3. Agust and I _____ pleased about it.

4. I _____ not cruel.

5. It _____ good.

Questions with “to be”

1. _____ you from Málaga?

2. _____ Isabel Spanish?

3. _____ we ready to go?

4. _____ he married?

5. _____ you tired

September 8-10

Complete the sentences with the forms of to be in the present simple (am, is, are).

  1. I ….at home.
  2. She ….not at home in the morning.
  3. We … in the park.
  4. This …my new laptop.
  5. Our friends …on their summer holidays.
  6. Uncle George …. a good football player.
  7. The dog ….under the table.
  8. He …. very funny.
  9. The shoes….white.
  10. You ….right.
  11. Susan … good at tennis.
  12. They …in the house.
  13. His T-shirts … cool.
  14. My sister …a good swimmer.
  15. She …. in Italy.

Change the verb into the correct form:

1. London  (be) in England.
2. The summer  (be) hot.
3. She  (drive) very well.
4. They (open) the store at 8:00.
5. Linda  (be) a very pretty girl.
6. I (have) several jobs.
7. Water (boil) at 100 degrees.
8. Water  (freeze) at 0 degrees.
9. My sister  (speak) English.
10. He  (have) a big apartment.
11. A triangle  (have) three corners.
12. My birthday  (be) in June.
13. Books (have) pages.
14. Dogs  (be) good friends.
15. I  (work) hard.


 At the library – giving personal information
Listen to the conversation and do the exercises to practise and improve your listening skills.

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September 13-17

English in Mind, pages 8-13.


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