1. Listen to a podcast in English, look here for examples: http://www.podcastsinenglish.com/.
2. Read at least one article at News in Levels http://newsinlevels.com
3. Watch TV news in English (using the internet works fine). Retell three important things from the news in your own words.
4. Read a blog in English. You can find popular blogs here: http://www.ebizmba.com/articles/blogs, http://www.cision.com/uk/social-media-index/top-50-uk-blogs/.
5. Write your own blog entry in English.
6. Practise lyrics from a song you like at www.lyricstraining.com
7. Find a clip from a tv show and imitate the accent. Overact as much as possible to sound really British or American. For British English: Downton Abbey or Peppa Pig, for American English: Frasier or My Name is Earl. These are only suggestions, feel free to find your own shows.
8. Read a short story in English at http://storywrite.com/.
9. Spend at least 15 minutes practising vocabulary at http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/.
11. Learn at least five new English idioms. http://www.idiomsite.com/
12. Make labels for at least ten everyday household items and stick them around your house or apartment.
13. Make your own meme in English, using for example http://memegenerator.net/.
14. Read all the words and translations on one page in an English dictionary. Repeat them once later the same day.
15. Listen to news about Sweden in English at http://sverigesradio.se/sida/default.aspx?programid=2054#
16. Translate your favourite Swedish song (or any other language you speak!) into English and sing it to a friend (if you dare).
17. Play at least three games with the Akinator. http://en.akinator.com/
18. Send a digital message to a friend trying to persuade them to play a game or sport you like. Give them three reasons why they should start playing your game or sport.
19. Read or write a story in English at www.storybird.com
20. Read a news article at http://www.goteborgdaily.se/ and retell it to someone in English.
21. Listen to a news programme at http://www.ur.se/Produkter/180166-Newsreel-2014-01-25 and discuss it with someone.
22. Practise your decorating skills at http://www.ur.se/sprk/engelska/inredning/.
23. Practise British slang at http://www.ur.se/sprk/engelska/slang_br/.
24. Listen to some British accents with Anglophenia. http://youtu.be/FyyT2jmVPAk
25. Practise American slang at http://www.ur.se/sprk/engelska/slang_am/.
26. Send postcards to at least three people in English from this site: http://www.ur.se/sprk/engelska/vykort/.
27. Test your personality here: http://www.ur.se/sprk/engelska/quiz/.
28. Watch a film in English at http://www.ur.se/Produkter?ur_subject_tree=engelska.
29. Write a poem in English based on your name using this structure: http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/lesson_images/lesson391/WritingNamePoem.pdf. If you want to, go to www.canva.com and make a nice poster with your poem in it.
30. Learn about Scotland using this website: http://www.visitscotland.com/brave/. Write ten facts about Scotland in your own words.
31. Songs in English: Listen-read or- sing-along: http://esl-bits.net/Songs.for.English.Language.Learning/Songs.for.English.Language.Learning.html
32. Listen and read: http://esl-bits.net/listening/ESL.English.Listening.htm
33. Play some word games http://games.wordreference.com/language-games/verb-dash
34. Read and listen to Robinson Crusoe: http://robinsoncrusoe.newsinlevels.com/
35. Practise vocabulary playing games at http://www.elevspel.se/amnen/engelska/.
36. Look at these Top 10 Swedish words you won’t find in English and try to use at least half of them in English, using other words.
37. Read an English book and write a reading journal.
38. Practise reading comprehension at www.readtheory.org
39. Watch a TED-talk
40. Visit www.kimstudies,com
41. Practise all skills at your own level at https://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/