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A template how to write emails. The exercise may be used for A1, A2, B2 levels.
This selection of the most known idioms, proverbs and sayings will be useful material for students learning Slovak, and also vice versa, for Slovaks learning English. C2 level.
Photographs are presented just for an illustration. The recommended text books talk about the UNESCO listed town.
High frequency conjunctions in Slovak with English equivalents and examples. The list can be used for reference or self-learning.
The Slovak words that look the same, or very simular in other languages, but they do not mean the same thing. Have a fun.
This teaching material sample is about: the basic pronouns in nominative, the A-Conjugation in present form and the rhythmic law in Slovak.
This sample provides basic information how to translate the expression "Slovak" into English when using nouns,adjectives and adverbs. It gives examples when to spell capital "S" in the translated versions of the word "Slovak" and when to write the small "s".
Photos are presented just for an illustration. The recommended text books talk about these places in Slovakia.
Bratislavský hrad, Bratislava castle. The photo is presented just for an ilustration. The recommended text books talk about the capital of Slovakia.
Recommended textbooks, CD Rom and CDs, on line tools, useful reference material and websites.Bespoke and authentic teaching material is used in the course, sometimes it is an additional material to one of the recommended texts books.
What is Direct and Indirect Speech? This grammatical chapter compare differences between English and Slovak. It explains the structures that are likely to cause problems for students of Slovak and other Slavonic languages, when someone does not quote someone else`s words, but he repeats and reports them. This text can be usefull for the Levels A2,B1. Any dialogue can be retold into Indirect speech.
This transcript of audio material is a revision excersise about liking and disliking, recycling vocabulary about family, sport, culture and reinforcing the use of the accusative, conjugation of the verbs relevant to those topics. Text can be additional help or it can be used for reading and comprehension or as a template to stimulate conversation.
The audio material is a revision exercise about liking and disliking, recycling vocabulary about family, sport, culture and reinforcing the use of the accusative, conjugation of the verbs relevant to those topics. There is a transcript of the text too. It is for listening and comprehension; text can be additional help or it can be used for reading and comprehension. It can be a template to stimulate speaking.
Little quiz for fun, refering to the personalities from Slovak history, arts, sport, politics: testing and recycling vocabulary and grammar of nominative singular, especially, masculine animate nouns.
Four revision excercises, referring to: basic conjugations, possesive adjectives, possessive pronouns, vocabulary about the family and introductions.
Addressing people in Slovak, using "TY" and "VY", the verb "to be", English "please" and how to use Slovak "prosím" and "prosím si".
Slovak alphabet with an example of an approximate pronunciation in English and Slovak examples.Try to spell your address,your name,your friends name…. If you visit the website http://www.slavism.com/slovak/abc.htm you can practice pronunciation of Slovak letters.
BACKGROUND INFORMATION about the Slovak language as a member of the Slavonic language family. Other official languages spoken in the Slovak territory during historical times. The text is in English. It will provide a basic introduction to the history and will place the Slovak language in context.
The text in Slovak is suitable for level B2, C1, C2. It can be used to stimulate and inspire students to talk or write about cross-cultural differences or similarities in culinary art, attitudes and/or traditions.(FAVOR project)