martedì 19 luglio 2016

Corso Tradizioni genovesi dei prodotti da forno. Modulo di inglese. Present continuous vs present simple

PRESENT CONTINUOUS VS SIMPLE PRESENT




A completamento e ripasso di quanto "affrontato" in aula, ecco il link a una tavola sinottica dei vari tempi verbali inglesi:
http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/tenses

Cliccando sui vari tempi si aprono le singole schede di dettaglio, complete di esercizi di verifca di apprendimento.

Inoltre, ecco un ulteriore set di link a esercizi e test on line sull'argomento:

http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/present-simple-or-present-continuous.html

http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/verbs1.htm

http://a4esl.org/q/h/vm/sp_or_pc.html

http://englishlearner.com/tests/present_simple_continuous_quiz_1.shtml

http://www.usingenglish.com/quizzes/66.html

Buon lavoro!

mercoledì 13 luglio 2016

Corso "Addetto al ricevimento". Modulo Inglese per il turismo. Linking words



SEQUENCING
·         First / firstly, second / secondly, third / thirdly etc
·         When, after, next,  then,
·         Last, finally
·         In conclusion,
·        To summarise,


ADDING INFORMATION
  • And
  • In addition / additionally
  • Moreover
  • Further / furthermore
  • Besides
  • Another
  • Also/too
  • As well as

GIVING EXAMPLES
·                         For example
·                         For instance
·                         Such as
·                         That is
·                         e.g.   x es.
·                         i.e. cioè  


CONTRASTING
  • But
  • However
  • Anyway
  • Nevertheless
  • Nonetheless
  • Although / even though
  • Though
  • Yet
  • Despite / in spite of
  • While
  • Whereas
  • On the one hand… on the other hand…
  • On the contrary

HIGHLIGHTING RESULT
·                         So
·                         As a result
·                         As a consequence (of)
·                         Therefore
·                         Thus
·                         Consequently
·                         Hence


PROVIDING REASONS
  • Because
  • For
  • Since
  • As
  • Because of
  • Due to
  • Owing to