Let's see first why I have used this bizarre inversion for my post. >>>
English in a Minute: INVERSION to emphasize (BBC Learning English)
and then we will have a look at the slang word 'ghost' (to ghost s.o). By the way, do you know any politician who is ghosting another one?
The English We Speak: ghosting (BBC Learning English)
And talking about ghosts, here are some videos to watch about Halloween:
Halloween History | National Geographic
The Origin of Halloween - Documentary
Learn English through Story: Halloween history with subtitles
This is Britain - Halloween
What do you do on Halloween? What do you know about it?
Some activities for my students:
Level 4º ESO
Level 1º Bachillerato
31. TENSES. Put the verbs in brackets into their correct tense, be careful with the position of the other words in brackets:
Give me adjectives to express FEAR:Less fear >>>>> <<<< more fear
frightened, scared terrified petrified