Valentine’s Day

Here is a place to see and practice some of the vocabulary associated with Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day is always on Feb.14, and isn’t a legal holiday at all. It’s associated with cards and little gifts for our favorite romantic partner and people we feel special affection for. Schoolchildren often make or bring Valentines for each of their classmates and the teacher too.

Valentines Concentration   http://www.quia.com/jg/781630.html

And here’s a print-out board game that generates some questions for discussion of relationships and romance. Ooh la la!

http://www.onestopenglish.com/community/lesson-share/pdf-content/speaking/speaking-st-valentines-board-game-lesson-plan/147681.article

The verb “to marry” is tricky in English. Don’t forget: in English, one is married to someone, not with someone. Here’s a good practice site.   http://www.5minuteenglish.com/apr2.htm

Adorable video/writing prompt:     http://vimeo.com/51924598#   What happened that started all of Cupid’s problems? What do you think happens after the video ends?

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