In order to write your autobiographical rap following Michel Rosen’s model, you’ll need to use past tenses. All of you are in your early teens, so you will have to use about 12 past tenses. Why don’t you try to use irregular ones. It will be a good opportunity to learn some by heart in a funny way.
“When I was two, I ate a soapy flannel….”
In this site (the same one you’ve used to revise vocabulary connected with family) you can find useful on line exercises to get some practice.
We have been talking a lot about families, haven’t we? Check the following questions.
- Do you take after your mum or your dad?
- Are you the spitting image of your………..?
- Who do you get on better with? / do you get on well with your…..?
- Do you feel closer to…. or to………?
- Do you have rows? / What do you have rows about?
Now it is time to revise some vocabulary that comes in handy to talk about family and relationships. Check this site and do the set of exercises on line.
Let’s keep the poetic mood.
Could you make up a crazy autobiography inspired by Michael’s rap?
Spanish people usually pronounce the word comfortable wrongly
The you tube video will help you understand the poem. It is like tongue twister. You know what a tongue twister is, don’t you?