Learn about comparative and superlative adjectives in this funny and easy video!. When describing people, places or things in any language you need comparative and superlative adjectives to express yourself.
We have made some activities for St Valentine’s Day: We have been learning about the history of this festivity, practising useful expressions related to this topic, singing love songs and writing friendship and love cards. We have really enjoyed this day.
And if you want to know the history of St Valentine, watch this video
We are really glad because we have had classes with our language assistant,Ashley, since the beginning of January and we are looking forward to learning a lot from such an amazing teacher. Her teaching lessons are dynamic and fun because she presents different topics using games, images, her personal life…
She is from California (quite far away) and we hope she has a nice stay with us.
Quentin Blake is a famous British artist and he drew this illustration to answer your question. If you like this artist (He illustrated Roald Dahl´s books like “Matilda”) you can visit his website (https://www.quentinblake.com/)
Last Tuesday 16th January, fifty students of our first bilingual course attended a play called “Hotel Canterville” which was performed by Face to Face Theatre Company. It was a funny and great experience where some students could act and the public participated actively as well.