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Friday 17th February 2006
Have fun today unscrambling 30 anagrams which are all words or phrases to do with staying in a hotel. We hope that you have a great weekend! Why not vote in our brand new minipoll today, or send us a message to let us know what you think of our site?
Thursday 16th February 2006
How many words can you think of that rhyme with fish? Or chilly? Today's lesson is all about rhyming words and comes in the form of a free printable worksheet, which is an exclusive extract from our fab Big Activity Book. P.S. If you watch our site closely over the next few weeks you'll find out about a very special offer to do with this book! Meanwhile, enjoy rhyming with us today.
Wednesday 15th February 2006
You'll need plenty of patience to master this tricky garden-based puzzle game, which is a brand new addition to English Banana.com. If you like playing games online, click "games" on the menu above - we've got dozens of them! Please let us know if there are any games you would like us to add to the site!
Tuesday 14th February 2006
Today is the most romantic day of the year - it's St. Valentine's Day and love is in the air here at English Banana.com! Why not try out one or two of the useful romantic phrases from today's lesson with your valentine?
Monday 13th February 2006
This is a fun true/false reading comprehension quiz for intermediate learners - and another brand new free worksheet for you to print out and use!
Friday 10th February 2006
This is an interesting class activity for intermediate learners, which will help them to develop their reading skills by exploring the purposes of different types of written texts in English. Have fun and have a great weekend, from English Banana!
Thursday 9th February 2006
This is the second free Make or Do worksheet. We hope you enjoy learning with us today! Do let us know what you think of our free lessons.
Wednesday 8th February 2006
Should we say "Do the dishes" or "Make the dishes"? What about "Do some damage" or "Make some damage"? Find out when you print out this brand new, free and exclusive photocopiable worksheet for intermediate English and EFL learners. Watch out for Part 2 tomorrow!
Tuesday 7th February 2006
This is a great interactive quiz for elementary learners who are unsure of which nouns start with a capital letter and which don't...
Monday 6th February 2006
Is the weather hot where you are - or not? Try our fun quiz and you will find out whether it's hot or not in 40 different world cities.
Friday 3rd February 2006
Our Big Grammar Book will provide you with a wealth of printable and photocopiable resources for teaching English and ESOL at Entry Level 1 and 2 (that's beginner to elementary level). You can download it as a .PDF file almost instantly from our site, so you could be using it with your class today if you get your skates on! It comes with a full photocopying licence and if you download it during the month of February you can get it for just 8 pounds, rather than the normal price of 19.95. If you work it out, that's quite a good saving. (We can't work it out - maths was never our strong point!) See you next Monday bright and early for more fab, free English Banana lessons. Have a good w/e...
Thursday 2nd February 2006
Are you a teacher? Do you have a story about teaching that's funny, interesting, unusual or sad? Would you like to share it with thousands of readers here on English Banana.com? If so, you might be just the person we're looking for!
Wednesday 1st February 2006
Relax and enjoy this silly game - a great version of the classic Breakout game, starring two gregarious and outgoing penguins who just can't seem to stop showing off. This game is, quite frankly, bizarre!
Tuesday 31st January 2006
The title of this one speaks for itself, but, in case you are in any doubt, this is a free and exclusive printable worksheet for intermediate learners of English that is all about using the right adjective at the right time. It's a brand new addition to the site, so we hope you find it useful in *your* lessons - and it's up to you to decide whether this worksheet is indeed boring or fascinating!
Monday 30th January 2006
This is the strange but heart-warming story of an abandoned bus station in an ordinary provincial city, a small but dedicated team of nature-loving campaigners and a mysterious caravan perched precariously on a high rooftop. Want to know more? Read on...