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:

Old bones are found – News in levels (level 3)

Click here for the written version, or if you want to change the level: Old bones are found.


CRYPT => An underground room for burying people.
TO STUMBLE => To find something by chance.
SCATTER => Things that are placed randomly over an area.
TEMPLE => A building for religious practice.
DISTURBANCE => A situation when people behave violently.
DISTINCT => Special; different in a way that you can see, hear, smell, feel, etc.
DESECRATION => The act of desecrating something or treating a place with violent disrespect.
MURAL => A painting on a wall.
NATIVITY SCENE => A model which represents the birth of Jesus Christ.

UNTIL, BY, or BY THE TIME? What’s the difference?


A video made by EngVid about this topic (for intermediate students):

If you think you master this topic try to fill in the gaps in these sentences:

qUIZ_8-05Tomorrow the answers will be available on Facebook . (Album Quizzes’ answers)

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:


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


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?

5 ‘world’ English idioms

5 “world” English idioms video

1) They’re on top of the world since they had a baby.

=> They are extremely happy about it.
=> IDIOM: to be on top of the world.

2) I think the world of my parents.

=> I value and respect them.
=> IDIOM: to think the world of someone.

3) Nothing much. Just sitting here watching the world go by.

=> I am doing almost nothing, I’m just sitting around.
=> IDIOM: to watch the world go by.

4) He had the whole world at his feet by the time he was 30.

=> He had become extremely successful, popular and admired.
=> IDIOM: to have the world at your feet.

5) Congratulations on your new job. You’re really moving up in the world.

=> You are becoming more and more successful.
=> IDIOM: to move up in the world.