How to express emotions/feelings in English – (for beginner and intermediate English students)

wheel of emotions

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How to express feelings in English (for beginners) – PRO ACE’s video

How to express emotions in English (for beginners) – Shaw English Online’s video:

Expressing feelings in English (for Intermediate English students) – ESLEnglishFaby’s video:

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The living room – Visual vocabulary

The living room

Watch the video for more terms related to the living room and to hear how to pronounce them if you have doubts:

Do you know the difference between “in time” and “on time”?

On_time_vs_in_timeExample sentences from the web:

  • ON TIME
    Today’s flight is on time. Departure is 10:30 am. (=the flight will leave on time, it’s on schedule to leave at 10:30 am)
    – Remember to be on time for work tomorrow or I will fire you! (=do not be late)
    – He starts a new job at the railway station tomorrow and he wants to be on time for work.
    (= he doesn’t want to be late)
  • IN TIME
    Will you be home in time for lunch? (= soon enough for lunch)
    – He was just in time for the last train. (= he was almost too late)
    – The plot to assassinate the president was discovered just in time
    (= they could find the hit man before it was too late, otherwise, the president would have been murdered)

Video on this topic:

Now you are ready to test your knowledge on this topic :-).

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Days of the week and verbs related to daily activities (for beginners).

This video is designed for students, teachers and anyone wanting to learn English.

This is the content:

DAYS

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.

ACTIVITIES

Do laundry
Take out the trash
Go to the gym
Go to the supermarket
Go bowling
Take out the recyclables
Go hiking

On Sunday
On Monday
On Tuesday
On Wednesday
On Thursday
On Friday
On Saturday

On Sundays, I do my laundry.
On Mondays, I take out the trash.
On Tuesdays, I go to the gym.
On Wednesdays, I go to the supermarket.
On Thursdays, I go bowling.
On Fridays, I take out the recyclables.
On Saturdays, I go hiking.

How about you?
What do you do on Sundays?
What do you do on Mondays?
What do you do on Tuesdays?
What do you do on Wednesdays?
What do you do on Thursdays?
What do you do on Fridays?
What do you do on Saturdays?