Sunday, 14 October 2018

FRUIT - INTERMEDIATE B1

A fruit is the part of a plant that has seeds and flesh (edible covering). A fruit is normally sweet (or sometimes sour) and can be eaten in its raw (uncooked) state. Fruit are the way plants disseminate their seeds.

There is more about fruit on Woodwork English. In the video you can learn  how to pronounce the names of fruit in English.


VEGETABLES - INTERMEDIATE B1

A vegetable is the edible part of a plant that is used in cooking or can be eaten raw. They are different from fruit in that vegetables don't have seeds. Vegetables are often consumed as salads or cooked as part of a side dish or main meal.

A person who does not eat meat is considered a Vegetarian because they often only eat vegetables (and fruit).

The informal word for vegetables is veggies.


FOOD AND CONTAINERS - INTERMEDIATE B1

This English vocabulary game is to help you learn about different containers for food

Choose the correct alternative.

Tuesday, 25 September 2018

Thursday, 20 September 2018


TRICKY ENGLISH WORDS THAT SOUND (ALMOST!) THE SAME - ALL LEVELS


In this video, I share word pairs that English learners struggle to pronounce because they sound so similar!

VIDEO