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NEW Free stuff:

Free: January, February, March, May Weather...Or Not iBooks- download from the itunes store

'Throw Away Your Dictionary!' pdf of the textbook with all units 1-10

Download and print out or just write your answers on your own screen or paper.

'Keeping Culture in Mind!' Units: Entry, 1-6, Exit (End of NZ summer, autumn, start of winter)

Keeping Culture In Mind too! Units: Entry, 1-6, Exit (NZ winter, spring and start of summer)

For individual units and other related quizzes for the 'Keeping Culture in Mind' series click the link below:

About Culture

These book units about culture are FREE RESOURCES and now also incorporated into 12 new iBooks

(and all 12 e-pubs coming later.)


free e-pubs:

e-pub for April iOS or use a free e-reader and google play e.g. Lithium app for Android devices. (Lithium app opens all the activities but layout is not the best! )

e-pub for March iOS or use a free e-reader e.g. Lithium with google-play for Android devices.


Heaps of Quizlet vocabulary sets- search for YVONZ

Fun ways to learn language

Learn about July in New Zealand:
It is the second month of our winter. It usually rains a lot more, there are more rainbows and it snows in the mountain areas. Sometimes it is fine with a beautiful blue clear sky but it's always cool or cold.

The shortest day was on the 21st of June so sunsets are later everyday and the days get longer. There are no public holidays this month but some students are having a winter break of two weeks. High schools also have their balls around now (click the link to see images of ball functions). See this month's activities for more information or free lesson for some apps about New Zealand culture.


This site always has new stuff every month so come back soon.

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Listen to Paula talk about mountain climbing

Paula A.

There are a lot of other interviews with New Zealanders on:

Listen to New Zealanders talk.

Click here to hear more New Zealanders (NZers) talk about their passions.

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