Trinity College London GESE, Materials

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Use this page to practise questions about like/ love/dislike/hate, when learning English as a foreign language at A1 level.
This ia a fast moving video for you to pause and practise when you are learning English as a foreign language at home or in the class. It has a series of questions and answers which often arise in the Trinity 3 exam, talking about routines, school subjects, the weather etc and including different verb tenses. It can be used by students at A1 level.
This video is for practising your English at A2 level, or grade 3 of Trinity. It covers most of the areas in the exam and you can pause and practise at home or in class. The weather/dates/days/school subjects/ verb tenses/ questions and answers/

Grade 3 of the Trinity College London GESE exams

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Towanda Harris on Instagram: “Academic conversations everywhere 🙌 Let’s keep the conversation going! Providing students with sentence starters helps to strengthen ELL…”

Grade 5 of the Trinity College London, GESE exams

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This video will help students of English as a foreign language practise describing animals using the grammar of the Trinity College London GESE grade 2 exam , or A1 level in general.
Students learning English as a foreign language can use the video to practise questions and answers at this level. This video is based on Trinity's video on youtube with Dhatri doing her grade 2 exam, which is A1 level.
This is a simple video for learning the conjuagtion of the verb to drink.

Grade 2 of the Trinity College London, GESE exams

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A quick revision of the verb to be combined with nouns. For using with with young learners of English.
A simple grid for students to learn and practise adjectives in English.
A simple poster for kids that are learning English as a foreign / second language to use positive adjectives to describe themselves. For example - I am fantastic!

Grade 1 of the Trinity College London, GESE exams.

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a poster with some writing on it that says, keep the conversation going and i agree you
Towanda Harris on Instagram: “Academic conversations everywhere 🙌 Let’s keep the conversation going! Providing students with sentence starters helps to strengthen ELL…”
Describe animals and practise for the Trinity College London GESE grade 2 exam, A1 level.
This video will help students of English as a foreign language practise describing animals using the grammar of the Trinity College London GESE grade 2 exam , or A1 level in general.
Practise for the Trinity College London GESE grade 2 exam with this video
Students learning English as a foreign language can use the video to practise questions and answers at this level. This video is based on Trinity's video on youtube with Dhatri doing her grade 2 exam, which is A1 level.
Pause and complete the sentences describing these 4 animals. Use this to practise for the Trinity 2 exam in spoken English. Animals, Spoken English
Describing animals for Trinity College London, GESE grade 2
Pause and complete the sentences describing these 4 animals. Use this to practise for the Trinity 2 exam in spoken English.
The verb 'to drink' in the present simple, in affirmative, negative and interrogative
This is a simple video for learning the conjuagtion of the verb to drink.
a yellow background with different types of stickers on it
A summary of the verb to drink in the present simple
This is a quick summary to revise the verb to drink in the presnt simple
an image of people with different expressions on the screen, including words and pictures to describe
A quick summary of the verb to be
A quick revision of the verb to be combined with nouns. For using with with young learners of English.
a yellow background with different types of words and symbols on the bottom right corner,
The verb to drink, negative form
This is a quick summary of the negative of the verb to drink for students of Trinity College London GESE grade 2 and A1 level students of English in general.
an image of some adjectities with different expressions and words on it, including the word
A grid with various adjectives for EFL students to learn and practise
A simple grid for students to learn and practise adjectives in English.
an image of different types of people in the form of hearts and words on a white background
Which sport do you like/love/dislike/hate?
Use this page to practise questions about like/ love/dislike/hate, when learning English as a foreign language at A1 level.
A fast moving video for practising common questions used in the Trinity 3 exam
This ia a fast moving video for you to pause and practise when you are learning English as a foreign language at home or in the class. It has a series of questions and answers which often arise in the Trinity 3 exam, talking about routines, school subjects, the weather etc and including different verb tenses. It can be used by students at A1 level.
A quick moving video for practising for the Trinity College London GESE grade 3, pause and practise
This video is for practising your English at A2 level, or grade 3 of Trinity. It covers most of the areas in the exam and you can pause and practise at home or in class. The weather/dates/days/school subjects/ verb tenses/ questions and answers/
Trinity College London GESE grade 5. Using the present perfect tense to talk about “how long”.
an animal worksheet with the words, our pets coloring worksheet tell me about an animal
Trinity College London GESE grade 2, talking about animals.
This is a simple colouring worksheet for talking about animals. It is for using with kids that are learning English as a foreign or second language. It can be used very simply or you could get kids describing the animals with more detail. For example - It's a dog. It's medium sized and it is white. It has fur and a tail. It can walk and run. Some dogs swim. Dogs live in a house.
A simple poster for kids that are learning English as a foreign / second language to use positive adjectives to describe themselves. For example - I am fantastic! Positive Adjectives, Affirmation Posters, Simple Poster, Teaching Children, I Am Strong, About Women, Article Writing
A colourful poster using the verb to be and adjectives - I am fantastic!
A simple poster for kids that are learning English as a foreign / second language to use positive adjectives to describe themselves. For example - I am fantastic!