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KidBlog users   
Hello everybody!
I need to get in touch with teachers from English speaking countries who are using Kidblog. My pupils are preparing a project using that tool and need to connect with others of their age to comment on their work and share their own with them.
Please PM me.

Best regards from still very hot Algeria.

18 Sep 2014

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Russian Federation

Help needed! What to start with?   
Dear colleagues! I īm desperate for your advice! The situation is as follows: the next week I īm having the 1st class with a new group of students - 9-10 years old. The thing is that I īve never ever worked with such young learners. And to make matters worse, they are beginners (or false beginners).The courebook I īm supposed to use is "Friends" (Longman). But I īm at a complete loss regarding the very first class. What should I start with? What information would be good for the first class? What about the alphabet and so on? It seemed to be easier with adults)))) Thank you in advance)

18 Sep 2014


Hello, I īm teacher from Belarus. There īs a good course in my country for such keds. It īs called "Magic Box". You can download Magic Box 1 teacher īs book to help you start with. By this book you should start the first lesson telling your kids about English speaking countries (Britain and America to be exact), ask them what words in English they already know. You can ask them what words have come to Russian from English (a computer, etc.). Thank you should introduce yourself saying "I īm Mrs. Bell". Than take some cards with children and introduce them from the 1st person. Then ask students to introduce themselves, but first help them to repeat the phrase "I īm ... ." If you need advice, let me knowSmile I īll do my best to help you)

18 Sep 2014

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Where could I find this graphic?    
 I have been downloading many activities in this website and many of them contain this kind of graphic: 
Where can I get them? Are they paid? 
If they are free, could you send me the link, please? 
Thanks so much. 

18 Sep 2014

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Free graphics could be found at my cute graphics at http://www.mycutegraphics.com/. They are really nice.

18 Sep 2014

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İbrahim Arif

Help !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   
Which one is true?

1)  a. I have a fish. It īs yellow and red.
     b. I have fish. It īs yellow and red. 

2) Which one is true?

     a. Turn on Victoria Street.
     b. Turn into Victoria Street? 

18 Sep 2014

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United States

Lynne, I think you didn īt read 1b carefully. With "It īs", you need "a fish".
I watch out for you, hon.


18 Sep 2014

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Exercises maker working again   
Hello everybody,

The quizzmaker was not working properly in some browsers. I īve updated the scripts and now it is working properly in all main browsers, as far as I īve checked. 



18 Sep 2014

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fatma najoua

asking for clarification   
please the compound adj  dog- headed how do we form it? is it formed by a  noun + adj like in the example sun - dried.

17 Sep 2014

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United Kingdom

Same here in in the good old UK, which may of course not be such a UK tomorrow! We say īpigheaded ī. I haven īt heard of dogheaded. Many people do have dog breath, though. Particularly ranting, raving Scottish nationalists! Only joking! 

18 Sep 2014

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email address punctuation    
Hi, I got a Little confused this morning . Is it correct to say "dash" or "hyphen" when referring to email address ? I read somewhere " upperscore"(well underscore, as far as I know is used when reading an email address ) but whatīs upperscore ? Thanks in advance for your help Flori

17 Sep 2014

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Thanks a lot for your help !!!

18 Sep 2014

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong students aged 9-10 wanna have pen pals with the same age~~~~   
My kids who are studying in a Hong Kong local primary school are learning writing letters recently. I would like to let them join a pen pals programme and help them practise using English in a factual way. 

Who would like to help???? 

THANKS A LOT!!!!!Smile

17 Sep 2014


I think that my students would be very interested, 
I tried to send you an e-mail but it returns to me for some reason.

17 Sep 2014

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English speaking penfriends wanted for pupils aged 14-16 !!   
Hi there!
I īm a French English teacher in a vocational school  near Paris and my kids would be so glad to have English speaking penfriends!!!
Would anyone be interested?
My pupils are aged between 14 and 16, others are older but definitely they īd love to be able to practise English with friends of their age from different parts of the world!
Thanks for helping me :)

17 Sep 2014

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OK :) I am going to send you a message :) take care :) 

18 Sep 2014

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how to have nice clipart for your worksheets using CorelDraw   
Hi, I have uploaded a video about how to optimize images from the web to use them in our worksheets, posters or any kind of material. I think you should give it a try ... and any questions please let me know it. This is the link  VIDEO

16 Sep 2014

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Russian Federation

Excellent! Thanks a lot for this video!

17 Sep 2014

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