Thursday, 28 July 2016


Interactive Reading Practice (from LIFE)

New Life Interactive Reading.

Orden C1

Tongue Twisters

 Read aloud as many tongue twisters as you feel like, pressing the button "Random Tongue Twister". It is good practice to improve your pronunciation.

Tuesday, 26 July 2016

10 best practices for tackling English language exams

Read this Pearson's post; I'm sure you'll find a large handful of useful tips!

Monday, 25 July 2016

Home invasion: fifth of adults live with parents until they’re at least 26

Before reading the article (Oct. 2015) do the speaking (record yourself) and vocabulary activities.

Friday, 22 July 2016

English C1 Oral Skills

English C1 Oral Skills is a blog which compiles activities to develop oral expression for C1 students. Made at Tomelloso CEP. Thank you so much for sharing!

Thursday, 21 July 2016

Punctuation Activity

Do this activity to check your punctuation skills!
KEY

Your English: Collocations: LAUNCH | Onestopenglish

Find interesting information about the collocations of this verb in this Tim Bowen's article.
Your English: Collocations: launch | Onestopenglish

Wednesday, 20 July 2016

¡Viva la Siesta!

If you ever doubted whether it was beneficial or not, read this old article from BBC News about the topic!

Why you should start work at 10am

Before reading the article do all the activities.
[You still have an hour to do anything else...]

Monday, 18 July 2016

! Murcia Today - Murcia And Spanish News Round-up, Week Ending 15th July 2016

! Murcia Today - Murcia And Spanish News Round-up, Week Ending 15th July 2016

Catch up with / on your English!!!

On holiday we always have extra time for what we really enjoy doing.
- Try to find a few minutes a day to catch up on those aspects of your learning you feel weaker at.
- Or devote more time to that specific topic / field you want to know more about...
- Or just re-read that post / note you weren't able to find time for earlier in the year.
- Buy an English magazine dealing with a topic you're interested in or get a novel you feel like reading or re-reading (in English).
- Download the lyrics of your favourite songs (and sing along!)
- Listen to the English news (BBC or SkyNews ...)

Do post comments with other suggestions you might find useful to review and share them with your mates!!!

Friday, 15 July 2016


Work out your Level at CEFR

The CEFR is an internationally recognised framework that describes 6 levels of language ability from A1 for beginners up to C2 for those who have mastered a language. The CEFR is used by organisations all over the world as a reliable benchmark of language ability.
Test your English here.

Thursday, 14 July 2016

Friday, 8 July 2016

Exam Practice

Have a look at the following exam practice activities from a 2001 Inside Out Level V textbook Exam Builder (Special Edition CD). Not all the activities are presented the same way as we do at EOIs, but they will be helpful to review.
· Exam Builder (Grammar, Reading).   KEY
· End of Course Test. Sorry! No key.

Forced Evictions

A Review Of the Status of Forced Evictions Globally Through the Work of the Advisory Group on Forced Evictions, Un-Habitat and Other International Actors. Publisher: UN HABITAT
The practice of forcibly evicting people from their homes is an egregious human rights abuse that in most cases could be prevented. Forced eviction targets the most marginalized and vulnerable populations, most often with far-reaching implications with respect to their housing, employment, education, physical and mental health, family life, culture, and overall well-being. Moreover, forced eviction deepens poverty, destroys communities, and irrevocably adversely impacts the future of millions of people...

Thursday, 7 July 2016

Oral Exam (part 2). Useful Phrases for your Monologue

Have a look at this useful and interesting post from Tomeu's blog.
Everything said above is compiled here.