Tips & Tricks

7B second conditional, house vocabulary


All too often, we do NOT pay attention to simple words we SHOULD  know when learning a second language. Answer this question: are these images part of our everyday life?

 

 

 

people wall blur inside
Photo by Markus Spiske temporausch.com on Pexels.com
black and gray metal tool
Photo by Chait Goli on Pexels.com
person lying on brown sofa chair
Photo by Retha Ferguson on Pexels.com
turned on pendant lamp
Photo by Burak K on Pexels.com

If you have been studying English for a few years and still do not know  how to say these words, it is because you do not think in English. To be FLUENT you must THINK  in English. Look around you. There is always an opportunity to learn.

 

How do you say …

turnstile

SPEAKING

WHEN DID YOU LIVE YOUR PARENTS´HOUSE?

SOME PEOPLE STILL LIVE WITH THEIR PARENTS. THEY ARE 30-year olds or older.  What do you think?

EXTRA PRACTICE

https://elt.oup.com/student/americanenglishfile/level03/level3tests/level3file07?cc=br&selLanguage=pt

 

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