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2 A collection of EFL songs Song Titles 1. The Alphabet 2. Days of the Week 3. Months of the Year 4. Numbers Colours 6. Pets 7. Hair and Eyes 8. Countries 9. The Weather 10. The Meals of the Day 11. School Subjects 12. My School 13. My Timetable 14. My Daily Routine 15. Do you help at home? 16. Where do you live? 17. Where are you going? 18. My Free Time
3 Song Lyrics Songs with a microphone are easy to sing and highly memorable and therefore suitable for singing in class. Listen to the song on the CD first to get used to the tune and perform the following activities afterwards to add more challenge and fun to the songs. During the activities it is advisable to turn off the CD as it is difficult to coordinate a class with a pre-recorded track. Singing activities include: Singing in teams with each team singing one line/one word/ two lines/ two words each. Singing by leaving one or several specific words out e.g. every time the word very comes up the class must remain silent Singing in teams and leaving words out at the same time Blacken words out whilst the class is singing the song several times until they can sing it from memory Songs with a set of headphones are sometimes more difficult to sing in class and are therefore more suitable for listening / reading / writing activities. Some of the songs may be perceived as fast in which case it is advisable to provide the students with the lyrics whilst listening to the songs Listening/Reading /Writing activities include: Matching-up exercises Find the odd one out Write one more verse to the song and perform it in pairs or in front of the class (if they are brave enough) Draw a picture of what is described in the song Put pictures in the correct order Write up a different version of the lyrics and ask your students to spot the mistakes Songs with a microphone and a set of headphones can be used for both, singing and listening/ reading/ writing activities
4 Song Lyrics 1. The Alphabet A, B, C, D, E, F, G H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z A, B, C, D, E, F, G H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P 2. Days of the Week Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 3. Months of the Year January, February, March, April, May January, February, March, April, May June, July, August, September June, July, August, September October, November, December October, November, December 4. Numbers One, two, three Sing along with me. Four, five, six
5 A bag of tricks Seven, eight, nine Feeling fine Ten Do it all again. Eleven, twelve, thirteen Fourteen, fifteen, sixteen Seventeen, eighteen, nineteen Twenty Twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-three Twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six Twenty-seven, twenty-eight, twenty-nine Thirty Thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty-three Thirty-four, thirty-five -, thirty-six, Thirty-seven, thirty-eight, thirty-nine, Forty Forty-one, forty-two, forty-three Forty-four, forty-five, forty-six, Forty-seven, forty-eight, forty-nine, Fifty Fifty-one, fifty- two, fifty-three, Fifty-four, fifty-five, fifty-six, Fifty-seven, fifty-eight, fifty-nine, Sixty Sixty-one, sixty- two, sixty-three, Sixty-four, sixty-five, sixty-six, Sixty-seven, sixty-eight, sixty-nine,
6 Seventy Seventy-one, seventy- two, seventy-three, Seventy-four, seventy-five, seventy-six, Seventy-seven, seventy-eight, seventy-nine, Eighty Eighty-one, eighty- two, eighty-three, Eighty-four, eighty-five, eighty-six, Eighty-seven, eighty-eight, eighty-nine, Ninety Ninety-one, ninety- two, ninety-three, Ninety-four, ninety-five, ninety-six, Ninety-seven, ninety-eight, ninety-nine, A hundred 5. Colours Red and yellow and pink and green Purple and orange and blue I can sing a rainbow, sing a rainbow, sing a rainbow, too. Red and yellow and pink and green Purple and orange and blue I can sing a rainbow, sing a rainbow, sing a rainbow, too. Red and yellow and pink and green Purple and orange and blue I can sing a rainbow, sing a rainbow, sing a rainbow, too. Red and yellow and pink and green Purple and orange and blue I can sing a rainbow, sing a rainbow, sing a rainbow, too.
7 6. Pets Have you got a pet? I ve got a cat I ve got a dog I ve got a bird Have you got a pet? I ve got a cat, a dog, a bird, a horse Have you got a pet? I ve got two cats I ve got two dogs I ve got two birds Have you got a pet? I ve got two cats, two dogs, two birds, two horses What colour is your pet? I ve got a white cat I ve got a brown dog I ve got a green bird What colour is your pet? I ve got a white cat, brown dog, green bird, black horse Have you got a pet? I ve got a white cat, I also have two dogs but I don t have a bird Have you got a pet? I neither have a cat nor a dog nor a bird nor a horse
8 Have you got a pet? I ve got a big white cat, a small brown dog it s twelve years old Have you got a pet? I ve got a big white cat, a small brown dog it s twelve years old Have you got a pet? I have got a big brown, fluffy cat. It s twelve years old. I also have two smelly black dogs, however I don t have a purple horse Have you got a pet? I ve got one cat, I ve got two dogs, I ve got three birds Have you got a pet? I ve got one cat, two dogs, three, birds, four horses. 7. Hair and Eyes Brown hair, black hair, red hair, blonde hair Short hair, long hair, straight hair, wavy hair Curly hair, freckles, moustache and a beard I wear glasses, she wears glasses I have brown hair, I don t have black hair I also have red hair, I sometimes have blonde hair Curly hair, freckles, moustache and a beard I wear glasses, she wears glasses I have long brown, curly hair I don t have short, flat, spiky hair I also have freckles, moustache and a beard I sometimes wear glasses, she wears glasses
9 I always have long brown curly hair I never have short, black, spiky hair I also have freckles, moustache and a beard I sometimes wear glasses, she wears glasses I neither have long brown curly hair Nor do I have short spiky hair I always have freckles, moustache and a beard I sometimes wear glasses, she wears glasses 8. Countries Where do you live? I live in Spain, I live in England, I live in Ireland Where does Mateo live? Mateo lives in Wales. What nationality are you? I am Welsh. Are you Jamaican? I am Cuban. Are you Pakistani? I am Nigerian What nationality are you? I am American, Mexican, Puerto Rican, and Argentinian What languages do you speak? I speak German, Catalan, Spanish, French, Welsh English, Italian What languages do you speak? I speak German.
10 9. The Weather What's the weather like? The weather is bad and cold In winter it is raining It's snowing, it's foggy, it's cold What's the weather like? The weather is warm and nice In the summer time It's sunny, it's hot and nice In winter the climate is cold It's raining, it's snowing, it's foggy In autumn the climate is cold It's sometimes stormy and foggy In spring the climate is nice It's sometimes sunny and hot In summer it's sometimes hot It's sunny, it's hot and it s nice In spring the climate is nice It's sometimes sunny and hot In summer it's sometimes hot It's sunny, it's hot and it s nice What's the weather like?
11 The weather is bad and cold In winter it is raining It's snowing, it's foggy, it's cold What's the weather like? The weather is warm and nice In the summer time It's sunny, it's hot, and it s sunny, it s nice 10. The meals of the day At what time do you have breakfast? I have breakfast at seven o clock. At what time do you have your lunch? I have lunch at twelve o clock. At what time do you have dinner? I have dinner at six o clock. What do you have for breakfast? I have cereal with milk, yoghurt and a slice of toast. What do you eat for lunch? For lunch I eat a sandwich. With salad and I also drink a fruit juice. What do you eat and drink for dinner? For dinner I eat roast beef. With mash potatoes and I drink an orange juice. I sometimes eat a jacket potato.
12 I usually eat salad I always drink water but I never drink coke. I love eating carrots because they are healthy and tasty. I also like eating bread and drinking squash, however, I don't like eating crisps because they are salty. I hate drinking lemonade because it is too sugary. I never drink it. I hate drinking lemonade because it is too sugary. I never drink it. I love eating carrots. 11. School Subjects Science, P.E., history, French, Spanish, geography, English, maths, music design and technology On Mondays I have geography On Tuesdays I also have science But Wednesdays I have music, however, I don t have history On Thursdays I have English, however, I don t have French Neither do I have Spanish, nor do I have geography It s easy, it s good, it s fun Difficult, boring and useless Relaxing It s easy, it s good, it s fun I like, I love Spanish, I don t like maths
13 I think that English is boring I don t like French I love geography I quite like history I don t like music at all My favourite subject is geography On Mondays I have history I don t like history at all Because it s boring and useless I prefer music and geography On Tuesdays I also have science But I don t like science at all Because it s boring and difficult And the teachers are useless It s easy, it s good, it s fun Difficult, boring and useless Relaxing It s easy, it s good, it s fun I like, I love Spanish, I don t like math I think that English is boring 12. My School Where do you study, I study in a girls school Where do you study, I study in a boys school A girls school, a boys school, a mixed school, pupils Boys and girls, teachers
14 What does your school have? My school has a classroom What does your school have? My school has a library. A classroom, a library, a cafeteria Dining hall and a laboratory There is a playground, there is a staffroom There isn t a toilet, there isn t a hall I study history in the library There isn t a toilet 13. My timetable At what time do the lessons begin? The lessons begin at eight o clock and end at three o clock On Monday we first have English At what time do the lessons begin? The lessons begin at eight o clock and end at three o clock On Monday we first have English I like English because it is fun Then we have maths I don t like maths because it is boring Afterwards we have a break I like the break because it is fun In the afternoon we have P.E.
15 I prefer P.E. to science because it is fun and the teachers are nice 14. Daily Routine At what time do you wake up in the morning? I wake up at seven o clock At what time do you get up in the morning? I get up at five past seven At what time do you shower in the morning? I shower at ten past seven At what time do you get dressed in the morning? I get dressed at twenty passed seven At what time do you comb your hair? I comb it at half past seven At what time do you have your breakfast? I have it at twenty to eight At what time do you leave your house? At what time do you come back? I leave my house at eight And come back home at five What do you do when you come back? I first do my homework and then I have dinner with my parents And then I watch TV What time do you go to bed? I go to sleep at ten o clock.
16 What do you do throughout the day? These are the things that I do. 15. Do you help at home? Do you help at home? Yes I do, I cook, I clean I take the rubbish out I lay the table, I prepare the supper I wash the dishes, I cook, I clean Do you help at home? Yes I do, I vacuum clean I wash the car I do the shopping, I do the ironing I do everything, I cook, I clean Do you help at home? No I don't, I don't do anything I never cook or clean. I never sweep the patio, I never wash the dishes I never do the shopping, I never help at all. Do you help at home? Yes I do, I cook, I clean I take the rubbish out I lay the table, I prepare the supper I wash the dishes, I cook, I clean
17 16. Where do you live? Where do you live? I live in the city. Where do you live? I live in a new block of flats. Where is it? It s in a neighbourhood in the town centre. I live in the north, you live in the south She lives in the east, he lives in the west Of the country Where does she live? She lives in the country. Where does she live? She lives in an old detached house. Where is it? It s in a village in the mountains I live in the north, you live in the south She lives in the east, he lives in the west Of the country Where does he live? He lives by the coast. Where does he live? He lives in a villa. Where is it? It s on the outskirts of a town. I live in the north, you live in the south. She lives in the east, he lives in the west. I live in the north, you live in the south. She lives in the east, he lives in the west. Of the country. 17. Where are you going? Where are you going? Where are you going? I'm going to the airport. Where is she going?
18 Where is she going? She is going to the shopping centre Going to the high-street Going to the school Going to the cinema and swimming pool How do you get there? Go straight on Then turn left then to the right Where is the hospital? Where is the hospital? Cross the bridge and go downhill Where are they going? Where are they going? How do you get there? Go to the left and go to the right Across the market Past the station Over the hill and over the street That's how you get there What is your town like? What is your town like? It is old, pretty and big. What is your village like?
19 What is your village like? It's historic and peaceful. There is a castle. There is a church. There is a park and a museum. What is there in your neighbourhood? There is a football team. 18. My Free Time What do you do in your free time? I go out with my friends I play cards, I watch TV, I go to a theme park What do you do in your free time? I go to the ice rink I sometimes go to my grandparents I always ride my bike. I go to a football match And I go shopping I dance, I sing, I cook And I read a book I like talking on the phone.
20 I love dancing and cooking. I don't like tidying up my room. I hate going to school. What does your sister do in her free time? She plays cards. She watches TV. She goes to a theme park. She likes talking on the phone. She loves dancing and cooking. She doesn t like tidying up her room. She hates going to school. I go to a football match And I go shopping I dance, I sing, I cook And I read a book I like talking on the phone. I love dancing and cooking. I don't like tidying up my room. I hate going to school. What does your sister do in her free time? She plays cards. She watches TV. She goes to a theme park.
21 She likes talking on the phone. She loves dancing and cooking. She doesn t like tidying up her room. She hates going to school.
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