Surely, flowers can make people smile!! Of course, bees love flowers, but bees are in a real danger and so is humankind if we don't take care of them. I'm a bee friend myself, so are farmers as bees are so important for their crops, and you?
Here's a listening exercise connected with the issue: What's happening to our bees? (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English) and this Lingohack episode:
- Episode 200826 / 26 August 2020 >>> Free flowers to bring happiness - Language related to 'happiness'. Need-to-know language: lift the spirits, spread a smile, joy, boost (someone's) morales & random act of kindness.
As well, many of our students in 1º & 2º Bachillerato (last year in 4º ESO: Lucía García, Rocío Valdés (B1- Cambridge), David Bacas, José Corzo, Daniel Del Pozo, Francisco González, Álvaro Martín, Cristián Ramón (B1- EOI) and 1º Bachillerato: Lucía y Marina Guirado (B1- EOI)) have brought us happiness as they have succeeded in their B1 and B2 exams. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THEM!!!
It is time now to TEST YOUR LEVEL OF ENGLISH with this tool. Try it out!!
Project about A Foreigner in New York by María Prados (2º Bach A)
Articles: The Grammar Gameshow Episode 28
English in a Minute: When to use THE to talk about places (BBC Learning English)
And some other activities for you to do:
The English We Speak: What does 'roast' mean? (BBC Learning English)
How to express OBLIGATION: HAVE TO vs MUST (6 Minute Grammar, BBC Learning English)
English in a Minute: How to use ADJECTIVES WITHOUT NOUNS (BBC Learning English)
Learners' questions: FILL UP / FILL OUT / FILL IN (BBC Learning English)