What will happen today as Mr Angry Potato Head and Mr Confused and Angry Wolfman have their duel in the boxing ring? In BOUTS OF SHOUTING, the grammar point today is interjections and exclamations (no swearing obviously!) If you’ve enjoyed the Angry Family Olympics, you can find more videos on their Youtube channel. You can […]
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The penultimate episode today – what WOULD the Angry Family LIKE to be after the games are over? Today the phrase is ME GUSTARÍA ….- I would like
The question on everyone’s lips – ¿Quién encenderá la llama? Before anyone panics, it’s not a question about burning llamas! Una llama in Spanish is a flame! So – Who will light the (Olympic) flame? Could it be Beckham? Could it be our oldest surviving Olympian? Someone born on the day that the Olympics started in […]
As the Olympic Opening ceremony begins at 9pm BST, here’s Pocoyo opening his own games for those of you who are might be a bit young to stay up for all the fun, and for those of you who just love Pocoyo. I think our TeamGB 4x100m relay team need to watch this for a […]
Results are in at the Angry Olympics! A great opportunity to practice ORDINAL NUMBERS. (I love the names of the characters!)
TENSE MOMENTS today as the Angry Olympics recall what HAS HAPPENED. Grammar today – the past tense with examples of the perfect, preterite and imperfect tenses.
A weird one today… Sports facilities and what you can do at the ‘polideportivo’ feature today as a knife gives Mr Angry Potato Head a tour in a dream sequence to rival Bobby-in-the-shower in Dallas
The Angry Olympics continues with an argument about who won what and when – a perfect opportunity to look at TIME phrases!
Lots of EMOTION today as Mrs Mildly Angry Carrot Face talks about her win in the pool and shares the secret of her success. Grammar point? Giving opinions and talking about how you feel.
Back in the pool today and the Angry Family are trying to embody the Olympic motto – Faster Higher Stronger – and bicker a lot about who is fastest, thinnest and best! Today’s grammar point? The comparative and superlative! (Good vocabulary list at the end!)