Here you will find a link to a French School, Collège Marc Chagall, whose English teacher, Mrs Haquet has developed a great series of interactive books. They cover 1st and 2nd year ESO syllabus and will help you revise some of the contents we have worked with in our lessons.
Chores and adverbs of frequency
In these two sites, you will find useful vocabulary to describe landscapes. Both sites have audio.
Here follows a link to a page where you will find useful language to describe landscapes:
Key phrases used when describing landscapes
This is a landscape.
There is a (noun)/ There are some (noun + s) in the background / foreground, on the left / in the middle / on the right.
You can see what appears / seems to be a (noun) (verb + ing)
Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Canada. Courtesy of Wikipedia. This is a picture of a lake in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. In this picture, the sky is clear and the sun is shining. There are several mountains in the background. There is some ice on the mountains, but there are no trees. At the foot of the mountains, the soil is bare and the slopes are steep. In the foreground, there is a lake. The lake reflects the mountains, like a big mirror. You can see the reflection of the mountains in the lake. The water is clear and very still. There is no wind. Beside the lake is a small forest of fir trees. You can see it in the foreground, on the right. There are also a few fir trees in the background, on the left, at the foot of the mountains.