Just to remind you how to use -ed and -ing endings with adjectives correctly.
Tip: Adjectives ending in -ingtalk about the CAUSE, while adjectives ending in -ed tell the EFFECT.
Example: If something or someone is boring/interesting/embarrassing, you will feel bored/interested/embarrassed. For Spanish student the difference is between "ser + adjetivo" (be + adjective+-ing) and "estar + adjetivo" (be + adjective + ed).
Here are more examples.
This week we talked about collocations so here are two videos on how to use some of the most common ones, especially if you intend to study for a FCE (First Certificate in English) —B2 level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, the level you are supposed to reach at the end of this year.
Anglophenia is a blog of BBC America featuring news, interviews, videos, images, premiere information and trailers on British pop culture for an American audience.
It's very entertaining and a very good way for us to practice listening and reading. For example, in this episode we can find out Why Brits and Americans refer to clothes by different names.