Monday, 9 September 2019

Describing people

Do the games to revise basic physical descriptions


Describing people, an interactive worksheet by silvigit
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All about me

Check the basics!

Note that here, they use the expression have got

Check it out!

I have = I have got = I've got    (idem for you, we, they)

He has = He has got = He's got   (idem for she, it)


I don't have = I haven't got = I have not got  (idem for you, we, they)

He doesn't have = He hasn't got = He has not got


Do I have ? = Have I got ?   (idem for you, we, they)

Does he have ? = Has he got ?    (idem for she, it)



All about me, an interactive worksheet by victor
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Present simple exercise

Present Simple Tense, an interactive worksheet by jecika
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Past simple or preterite

Past simple tense, an interactive worksheet by jecika
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Friday, 30 August 2019

London and its challenges facing climate change





Global heating: London to have climate similar to Barcelona by 2050

Nearly 80% of cities to undergo dramatic and potentially disastrous changes, study finds
Barcelona tram
 Barcelona has previously been affected by extreme drought. London could experience the same problems in the future, say researchers. Photograph: Guy Moberly/Alamy

London will have a similar climate in three decades’ time to that of Barcelonatoday, according to research – but if that seems enticing, a warning: the change could be accompanied by severe drought.
Madrid will feel like present-day Marrakech by 2050, and Stockholm like Budapest, according to a report on the likely impacts of the climate crisis. Around the world, cities that are currently in temperate or cold zones in the northern hemisphere will resemble cities more than 600 miles (1,000km) closer to the equator, with damaging effects on health and infrastructure.
Water shortages will affect scores of cities now in temperate climates as a result of the global heating, which is forecast to be by as much as 3.5C in European cities in summer and 4.7C in winter.

SO WHAT ARE WE DOING ABOUT IT?

LONDON has two ideas to help stop climate change:

1) Reducing the use of personal transport.

The Mayor has set an aim for 80% of all trips in London to be made on foot, by cycle or using public transport by 2041 – the current level is 63%.

Read more here


2) Encouraging the use of electric vehicles

The Mayor's Transport and Environment strategies are clear that increasing the use of electric vehicles will help to radically reduce air pollution and support decarbonisation in London. However, in order for this to happen we need to expand electric vehicle infrastructure across the capital.

Read more here