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Hello !
I ´m working on British money with my special needs students.Do you know an easy site where I could find coins,banknotes,sums,money match exercises...?
Thank you

25 Nov 2015



Money ws here ; site for Special Needs.

Hope it can help.
edit : http://www.senteacher.org/print/

25 Nov 2015

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student ´s credit book , index or what ?   
Dear native teachers I ´m writing to ask about one issue. Do English students at university or college level have any books in which their credits and all passed and failed exams are recorded ?what ´s the proper name  ?  In my country we call it index. Thx  

25 Nov 2015


Hi Monder78
Australian universities issue an Academic Transcript at the end of every semester. This is generally a  one page record of results that is issued on university letterhead (paper-based and/or electronic (PDF)). Once a student has achieved their qualification they are then issued an Award (certificate). 

25 Nov 2015

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High Achievers a2+ Richmond   
Does anyone have any material on this book, please??
Thanks a lot in advance. 

25 Nov 2015

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Russian Federation

A video grammar presentation of ´be going to ´ for predictions based on real evidence (for ESL teachers)    
Hello guys!
Here ´s the link to a new video (be going to for predictions based on real evidence):
Hope it will be of some help for you! 
Take care and have a wonderful day! 
Empire of English 

25 Nov 2015

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AND or OR?   
Dear colleagues,
I was wondering...
1. I don ´t eat fruit or vegetables.
2. I eat fruit and vegetables. 
But what if the sentence has NEVER in it? Should I follow the same rule as the first sentence?  That is 
I never eat fruit or vegetables 
The structure is positive, but not the meaning... 
Thanks a lot for your help,

25 Nov 2015

Teacher Maira

Hello, Customer.
Could you use NOR or NEITHER or AND and OR are the only options? Because they sound better to me. I don ´t eat fruit, neither vegetables. I never eat fruit, neither vegetables.

25 Nov 2015

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Terri Lawson
New Zealand

Parts of speech and typical words found before and after them   

Hi all,


I ´ve done a search on our amazing site and found worksheets etc that cover parts of speech.  However, I need one that also gives students a clear understanding of words that are typically found next to them. (I presume they are a form of collocation???) For example:
to + infinitive
preposition + verbing 
 Thanks in anticipation!!

24 Nov 2015


Hi Terri
Take a look at these:
Preposition + verbing
Maybe these are helpful?

25 Nov 2015

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Hi, everybody!
What do you think about this question?
Sue: Are you doing anything on Sunday afternoon? Would you like to go for a walk?
Doris: I ´m sorry, but I can ´t. .................................................... with my parents.
A.) We are going to have dinner
B.) I ´m going to buy meat
C.) We are going to give a party
D.) I ´m going to text
I think the correct answer is A, but some colleagues oppose to it. They say dinner and afternoon are irrelevant because evening is a must for dinner. However, my Oxford dictionary says that it is eaten either in the "middle" of the day or in the evening.  I searched on the net and I learnt that in some regions, it can be eaten in the afternoon. So, I conclude that we can regard dinner as "main meal".
Am I right?
Some colleagues think the correct answer is C. I do not accept it because I have never heard "give a party with" expression. "Give a party for" is acceptable, but the former is not.                                                                
Especially the native speakers, what do you think about the question?
Greetings from Turkey,

24 Nov 2015

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if it ´s british english then the answer is A as (especially in the north where i ´m from) we refer to the 3 meals as Breakfast, dinner, tea (evening meal) that ´s why british kids refer to it as school dinners rather than school lunch but the americanisation of our language/culture means the word lunch is being used more often

24 Nov 2015

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United States

Happy Thanksgiving (USA Autumn Festival)   
Hi All, Just wanted to wish all my family and friends in the USA a happy Thanksgiving this year and hope everyone is safe, happy, and healthy. Also I have some activity ideas to share with any other teachers around the world if they are interested in some resources to use in their classroom. 

24 Nov 2015

Teacher Maira

   Happy Thanksgiving! I am not in the USA, but I really like this celebration. I loved the activities!!! Thank you! :-)

25 Nov 2015

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Dear friends! Can you explain and help!   

Dear friends! I will be so grateful for your help!

Can you find the 2 words which can have   one  lexeme from the   given words:


1/give,     never,      hard

2/grand,    river,      with

3/run,         too,        small

4/sea,        fly,          son

24 Nov 2015

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Yes to the first question.  I think.... 

25 Nov 2015

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plural pronunciation   
plural pronunciation

24 Nov 2015

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