Archive for April 2013

Imagine someone gave you the 7002334-nino-pequeno-durmiendo-en-la-cama-y-sonar-con-el-avion-cute-nino-pequeno-durmiendo-en-la-cama-con-elchance to visit another country, where would you go?

If I had the chance to choose, I would visit Australia.
If I was allowed to choose another one, I would also visit Canada.

To start a conditional sentence, we always use  IF and the sentences follow a special pattern (padrão)

If it’s a probable condition, we use Type 1.

  • If you go to Australia, you will have to travel for 18 hours.
  • If you choose Canada, you will fly for 6 hours.


If it’s an improbable condition, we use Type 2.

  • If I had enough money, I would stay there for 6 months.
  • If I could, I would visit both countries.


Look at these images. What type of conditional are they using?

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Let’s try a few exercises. Click below.




  • What kind of teenager are you?

  • a sporty teen?
  • a nerd?
  • a rebellious youngster?
  • a hard working student?teenclipart






  • Which adjectives would you use to describe yourself? And your classmates?

  • Guess the adjective below by inserting the missing vowels (a,e,i,o,u).


  • _ D _ R _ B L _
  • G L _ M _ R _ _ S0153
  • L _ Z Y
  • _ T T R _ C T _ V _
  • F _ N N Y
  • C R _ Z Y
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  • N _ _ S Y
  • S _ C _ _ B L _get.php
  • S_ N S _ T _ V _

We can create new words by adding a suffix to a noun or a verb. Look at the examples below:

invent + ive  =  inventive (adjective)


invent + ion  =  invention (noun)                                                                                                             

Here you can see more examples:

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Using the suffixes below create new adjectives, using the words in blue.

– y – ous -ive -ful -able
ex: sporty
danger like brain beauty respect
 success  agree  fame  sense  courage
  • To learn more about adjectives play an interactive GAME. Click here!