Are there some things that you do every week? Do you have a routine? Watch the video and listen to Anne talk about her routine.
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This lesson focuses on the use of –ed/-ing adjectives in the context of watching television. Students will practise using the adjectives to talk about their viewing habits.
Do you know what to do if there is an accident at work. In this resource you will listen to Rene reporting an accident to the supervisor.
Do you have to wear anything at work to say safe?
Did you know that the most common accident for cleaners was slipping over? Watch Anna explain to Rene some simple steps to help stop this happening. In this resource you will learn some new vocabulary and practice your listening skills.
Cooks often use a wok to cook Chinese food, especially stir-fry. TV chef Ken Hom shows us a tasty way to make dish of Chinese vegetables in a wok.
This resource, 'Someone on the phone: the teacher’s phone call', aims to give ESOL learners the confidence and the language to deal with situations they may encounter in their homes. In this film, Sunita speaks to her son's primary school teacher on the phone.
Teachers often need to talk to the parents of children who are in their class about how the child is getting on.