Here are some versions of A Christmas Carol written by Charles Dickens. Here is a 31-page version and here a shorter version with interactive exercises. Why not watching a cartoon? Enjoy it!
Below is a video showing some adjectives. Write them in your notebook and look them up in the dictionary. How would you describe your best friend? List 3 adjectives at least. Give the definition in English. Some interactive exercises in an ebook. Listening comprehension: 1 (list the adjectives you hear), 2, 3, 4, 5. Enjoy it!
What better than a short story for your Christmas holiday? Watch and listen. Then open the document below and do the exercises. Enjoy it!
The Wolf and The Seven Little Goats The Elves and the Shoemaker The Little Mermaid The Jungle Book The Greatest Treasure The Beauty and the Beast A Cinderella Story The Little Pianist The Frog Prince Peter Pan The Sleeping Beauty Enjoy it!
Another amazing interactive book to learn some vocabulary created by Mrs Haquet at Collège Marc Chagall. Open the book in a new window What’s your score? Post it below under comments. Enjoy it!
Have you ever heard about Jack and the Giant Beanstalk? Who wrote it? Here is the link for some exercises. Here is the link if you want to dowload the transcript. Read the story below if your level is A2/B1. Enjoy it!
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