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douglas
United States

Oxymorons   
 
Something I stumbled upon that made me laugh:
 
 
 

21 Jul 2017


spinney
United Kingdom

Brilliant! I īm afraid I īll have to pinch it.

21 Jul 2017

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izulia
China

Online websites for beginners    
 
Hello all, I have been away from ESL teaching for several years. In the past I used to contribute to this site and checked the forum regularly. Recently my son īs fiancé asked me to help her with learning English from beginner īs level. She just wants to have some good level of informal English, that could be of use while traveling. I guess with technology growing rapidly there are some new great English learning websites that I don īt know of. Could somebody suggest me any? Or maybe just remind me of the good old ones? I īve forgotten a lot and not quite sure where to start from...

20 Jul 2017

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redcamarocruiser
United States

Here are a couple more sites
 
 
 
 

20 Jul 2017

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thuyanh_lg1
Hong Kong

problems with contacting the webmaster   
 
Dear colleagues,
 
I īve tried to send a printable many times but I haven īt been successful. I received some messages which suggested me contacting the webmaster. I don īt know how to contact him. Give me some advice, please. 
Thank you a lot

20 Jul 2017

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tagoreluz1
Spain

He may be on holiday. You can see his email looking at the menu, on the left of the main page just at the end after Magic Vocabulary

20 Jul 2017

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Great website   
 
I stumbled across this. Do try it! You don īt have to put your real name in. You just enter a few details and it comes up with a micro story. You can make some hilarious stories!

20 Jul 2017

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sirhaj
Malaysia

Awesome Lynne, I really like the website, will definitely use it in my class, love it :)
 
Sirhajwan 

21 Jul 2017

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normandey
Egypt

What īs the difference in meaning ?   
 
Hi everybody.
 
I īd like to know what īs the difference between " award" and " prize" 
Secondly, What īs the difference between " counsellor " and  " social worker " ?
Thanks very much. 

19 Jul 2017

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yanogator
United States

That īs interesting, Minka, because Cambridge says "for doing very good work", but lists only examples of competitions or games. Generally an award is what is given as a reward for doing very good work.
 
Bruce 

21 Jul 2017

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Maria Isabel
Peru

HELP!!!   
 
CAN ANYBODY HELP ME PLEASE??
 
I īM TRYING TO FIND A WORSHEET OR SOME COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS ABOUT THE VERY OLD FILM īTHE CHAMP ī BUT I HAD NO LUCK1
 
DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE I CAN FIND SOMETHING ABOUT IT?
 
THANKS
 
MARIA ISABEL 

18 Jul 2017

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maryse peyé
France

19 Jul 2017

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anangeliqueangel
United States

International Cambridge Course for Writing Exchange   
 
I teach a course of 7 Cambridge Students, all adults 20-30 years old.  I am interested in doing Language exchange with another set of adults from another country of upper intermediate or higher level.  It would be ideal to have one writing a week.  Please advise if you īre interested.

17 Jul 2017


myemma
Ukraine

Dear friend! It sounds great! I have some students  18-20 years old. We live in Ukraine and we are learning english , so we can write and discuss different interesting topics! we are interested in writing and communication!  Lena , greetings from Ukraine!

18 Jul 2017

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Ratu
Argentina

Oxford Premium   
 

Hello there!! Does any of you happen to have the code needed to access the oxford premium site with resources for teachers? I would very much appreciate it if you could share it with me!
Thanks!!
Ale

17 Jul 2017

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ivush
Czech Republic

What īs the name...   
 
Hi dears, can you help me with terminology? How do you call a crossword where the words are already solved and students think of their definitions? In my language it is somethink like "a crossword in reverse". Hm?

17 Jul 2017

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redcamarocruiser
United States

Love your ideas, FrauSue!

20 Jul 2017

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MULLER
France

CAPTION COMPETITION   
 
Thanks a lot Les for choosing my text. I hope the competitors will be inspired by my new pic.
Here is my choice . Good luck everybody !
Marie-Thérèse Muller
 
 

17 Jul 2017

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redcamarocruiser
United States

"What do they mean, I ´m not old enough to participate?" thinks the kitten who "sees" himself as an adult lion.

20 Jul 2017

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Take a Letter Maria
First students just listen to the song without the worksheet and try to answer these two questions: Who is Maria? What happened? Then give them the worksheet, they work in pairs and try to fill in the words that are missing, the first letters are given. Finally they listen and check. Here is a link to the song: https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=KvF...
Level: intermediate
Age: 18-100
Downloads: 4

 
 
 
 
CHILDRENīS PRAYER
Teaching your kids to pray is a great way to introduce them to Jesus Christ and reinforce their relationship with God. Also, as an ESL activity will help Students learn vocabulary.
Level: elementary
Age: 3-100
Downloads: 5

 
 
 
 
Messy Room Blues by Johnette Downing
Students work in pairs and try to fill in the words that are missing, the first two letters are given. Then they listen and check. The song can be bought at Googleplay.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Downloads: 3

 
 
 
 
Present perfect and past simple cards
Print the worksherts and cut them to the individual cards - a complete set of cards for each group. Students are to form sentences in past simple or in present perfect tense using the cards. It is a nice way to practice the contrast between the two tenses. Some of the sentences can be very funny :)
Level: intermediate
Age: 18-100
Downloads: 11

 
 
 
 
Telling the time practice
A simple worksheet to help young ESL learners learn telling or writing the time.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-100
Downloads: 15

 
 
 
 
UP : Meet Dug
Watch the video clip and fill in the gap
Level: elementary
Age: 8-14
Downloads: 4

 
 
 
 
Love me or leave me. First dates
I hope you enjoy this worksheet! I contains some useful vocabulary related to love and dating.I adore Helenīs shows. Here is the link https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=BUMNgZ8b oww Have fun!
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Downloads: 18

 
 
 
 
All the words begin with C intermediate
Here is the letter C of the series. This activity is great as a warm up or for when you have 10 -15 minutes at the end of the class. All the answers start with C. Afterwards, you can have the students write sentences with the words, practice word stress, or have the students make their own clues for other C words ( individually or in pairs...) My s...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Downloads: 29

 
 
 
 
The story of El Cadejo

Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 7

 
 
 
 
baby bottle

Level: intermediate
Age: 7-12
Downloads: 5