How are the holidays going? -Keep in touch :)

Basically I’ve spent my holiday so far doing this:

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  • I’ve watched Cloud Atlas, Interstellar, the Green Book and I went to the cinema this week to see Yesterday – I definitely recommend it, in fact I recommend them all. Cloud Atlas blew my mind and I need to watch it again, Interstellar made me cry, and so did the Green Book– which is a lovely story about unlikely friendship.

and this:

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I’ve read a load of books including A Wrinkle in Time, a children’s book that talks about Einstein’s theory of relativity!

These activities are great ways to keep in touch with English during the holidays, so tell me what you’ve doing to keep up your English, hanging out with English-speaking people? Travelling? Netflix? Let me know here or tag me on instagram @fabenglishteach

How are the holidays going?

Hi,

Hope you’re having a good holiday. Remember it’s important to relax and take it easy,

but it’s also important not to forget all you’ve learnt this year.

So why not try some fun ways to practice your English?

– Learn English Kids is a great site for younger learners, and Learn English Teens is good for older learners.

– Think a diary: you’re on holiday so no need to write if you don’t want to, but as you go through the day, or in the evening just before you sleep, try and remember as many English words as you can to describe your day.

-Send a postcard to Mrs Harris! – I love getting postcards and we can put it in the class when we get back, send it to:

Mrs Harris

Lycée Rodolphe Topffer,

21, Avenue Eugene Pittard,

1206 Geneva,

Switzerland.

Or just bring it to school on the first day back!

Whatever you decide to do, enjoy the rest of the holidays!