Great Inventions

What do you think are some of the greatest inventions ever?

Which inventions could you not live without on a daily basis? Why?

 

Go to the next section and take the quiz to find out which country came up with some of the simplest inventions that we use in our everyday life.

 

 

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Free EFL Lessons

All About The UK

How much do you know about the UK? Read the statements below and decide whether they are True or False.

  1. The UK and GB are one and the same

  2. The United Kingdom consists of a number of islands

  3. The capital city is London

  4. English is the only spoken language in the UK

  5. The crosses on the Union Jack represent 4 different countries

Now check your answers here, then take the quiz in the next section to check your understanding.

 

Enjoy!

Free EFL Lessons

To play, scroll down  through the game and click on the start button. Then, connect 4 items in a row by clicking on the 4 cards that are connected by a theme. Click on the reveal button to find out what the connection is.

Living in America

The US is the 4th largest country in the world by land area and 3rd by population.

  • What are the implications of this?

  • Why do so many people want to live in America?

 

Listen and find out here.

 

What do the things shown below represent? 

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Click on the icon on each picture here to find out if you were right.

Take the quiz in the next section and find out how well you know American culture.

What represents your country? Create your own poster here.

Free EFL Lessons

To play, scroll down  through the game and click on the start button. Then, connect 4 items in a row by clicking on the 4 cards that are connected by a theme. Click on the reveal button to find out what the connection is.