However this “old blog” has
good archives about Real English and
and other items of interest to
ESL EFL students & teachers,
especially Real English users 🙂Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 1 so far )
This is my favorite Real English exercise for beginners so far this year:
simply because it REVIEWS 3 structures already covered quite well in RE lessons 3, 4, and 6, and,
while introducing nothing new for beginners, it makes the “learned material” a challenge of considerable proportions.Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( None so far )
Here is the message she wrote us:
Hi, I’m Maíra, the girl in the video you made on Nantucket.We didn’t know if you were going to use our interview or not, we thought it was a video for some language school in France. We were so surprised to see it here. Anyway, we liked it. And it’s nice to be one of the most viewed videos.Oh, I just loved how you guys described us: Culture Collectors. I had never thought in that way but you are right, its so me!!! I don’t know if you can understand me or if I got to express myself correctly, it just feel good think about myself as a culture collector. Thanks. I’d appreciate if you could send this message to the interviewer and the rest of the group.
Like I said in the video, let me add something else… we went to Europe, one month backpacking, 10 countries even Marocco. Definitely the best trip we’ve ever had.
I was checking Real English website, its really interesting and helps people to learn about the language. Great job!