Visit these websites to practise your reading and learn more about some of the topics in English File third edition Beginner.
1A - Count up to 10 sheep in the film clip.
1B - Watch the video of the famous song ‘America’ from West Side Story. How many times do they sing the verb be?
2B - Listen to people saying where they are from in this song.
3A -Look at what’s in these celebrities’ bags. What’s in your bag today?
3B - Take a look at some of the things sold by the shops on London’s famous Oxford Street.
4A - Print out the picture and fill in the family tree with people from your family.
4B - Check the website for different cars available in the UK. Which ones do you like?
5A - Look at all the pictures of different breakfasts and choose your favourite.
5B - See which countries you could fly to from the UK.
6A - Read about the most popular jobs in the world.
6B - Read answers to the question ‘What is your typical day like?’, and reply with your own answer.
7A - Have a look at a famous person’s strange hobby, and read about hobbies of some people living in the UK.
8A - Look at some of the things you can do in England.
8B - Look at the pictures describing some unusual hobbies.
9A - What is the man in this picture doing? Would you like to do this?
9C - What are the clothes in this picture? Can you name any other items of clothing?
10A - Can you explain where the objects are in this hotel room?
10B - Read about what other celebrities first jobs were before they were famous.
11A - Watch Ridley Scott’s film Life in a Day and then discuss with your friends what you did yesterday.
11B - Click the link to read Cinderella, a famous Disney story. How many past simple verbs can you find in this story?
12A - Read the famous short story Simple Simon.
12B - Take a look at where you could go on a city break in Europe.