BBC Trending story: “Why the green great dragon can’t exist.“
Create sentences using correct adjective order
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Collaborative writing exercise – ‘Life in Level 2’
TED Talk & discussion
Level 2 Grammar test
Individual Learning Plan
About Adjective order:
An extraordinary, tiny, oval, modern, turquoise, Italian, Georgio Armani, crocodile skin handbag.
A beautiful, large, rectangular, brand-new, gold, Chinese, Lenovo, aluminium smartphone.
An amazing, small, flat, new, cerise, Japanese, Toyota copper car.
“he’d never become a household name, unlike his famous younger brother”
“Van Gogh should be a household name,” said Muluken.
How baby names have changed over the past decade and why: https://familyshare.com/24457/parenting/how-baby-names-have-changed-over-the-last-decade
How people traditionally got their surnames in Great Britain (and other countries):
for example – Margaret Thatcher’s family were most likely previously employed as thatchers – making dried grass roofs for cottages:
reputation noun [ C usually singular, U ]
infer verb [ T ]