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robinbaby
France

Father Christmas īs daily routine   
 
Hi
I īm preparing lessons for elementary learners based on Father Christmas (or Santa Claus!). I want to work on simple present and daily routine at the same time, īcos the old man also has a daily life! I īve found a couple of nice ws on the site that I can alter to the right tense. But I īm stuck because I can īt seem to find any audio or video on that subject. If you have any idea, please help save Christmas for me!
 

28 Nov 2014

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foreverlove8177
Morocco

A request    
 
Hi there!
My dear students are about to learn how to write a personal letter, theyīre aged between 15 and 16. So to make them more interested  I want them to write authentic letters to some students abroad.So I īm looking for some teachers who can help and suggest the idea of exchanging these personal letters with  their students.I īll be so happy and so grateful,and so my students, if any body can help.

28 Nov 2014

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iyedbaraa
Algeria

such ...that or so....that ( noun phrase or adjective)?   
 
which one is correct ?
 
-There were such good products in the market that she hesitated to choose one .
 
- There were so good products in the market that she hesitated to choose one.

28 Nov 2014

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rachid12
Morocco

I would opt for such

28 Nov 2014

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omarengteacher
Peru

Double present perfect?   
 
Which one would you rate as correct (or maybe both)?
 
a. What has been the biggest challenged you have confronted?
b. What has been the biggest challenged you confronted? 
 
Or maybe another form? Thanks in advance 

28 Nov 2014

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

I agree with the others. Usually, though we īface ī challenges. 

28 Nov 2014

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samahdaba1983**
Syria

relative clauses   
 

 
Hello, 
I ´d like to know when we  can use that instead of "where ,who and which" .
Thanks

28 Nov 2014

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pilarmham
Spain

I don īt think that use is quite correct, although it is widely used. I agree with this other answer:
 
 In the sentence given one cannot replace "where" with "that". In this example the word "where" functions as a relative adverb, a role that the word "that" cannot perform*, i.e. "where" relates the location of the man īs birth to "right here". Native English speakers (especially in North America) will say such things, but it always rubs me the wrong way: one isn īt born "that", one is born "somewhere".

28 Nov 2014

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vanyiimo
Romania

Happy Hearts 1, Teacher īs Book   
 
Hello,
 
Could anyone help me Happy Hearts 1, Teacher īs Book?
Thank you in advance.
Ildiko

28 Nov 2014

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EstherLee76
Peru

Free Printable Board Games   
 
Hi,
 
I stumbled on this website and they have very nice printables games and activities for free!
 
http://www.teachingtruffles.com/all_lessons.php 
 
Cheers,
Esther 

28 Nov 2014

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stessenspaola
Argentina

Thanks great site!
 

28 Nov 2014

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titine69
France

corky   
 
I don īt understand "corky"in the sentence"the corkiest Thanksgiving traditions began in 1989 when President George H.W.Bush granted the first official pardon to a turkey".What does it mean,please?Is it a synonym of lively?I have searched a translation but in vain.(apart from īcork īrelated to wine)Can you help me ,please?
Thank you
Titine 

28 Nov 2014

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titine69
France

ok then.That īs probably why I couldn īt find the meaning.Thanks for your help everybody.

28 Nov 2014

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meriem12
Tunisia

help   
 
Good morning everybody. I am here because I need your help: you Tunisian teachers of the fourth form. Will you please provide me with mid-term test N°1 for 4th form pupils. Thank you!

28 Nov 2014


falafel
Tunisia

Good morning dear. Have a look here:
http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=730900#thetop                                                                                                                           or  http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=491021#thetop
 

28 Nov 2014

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an43
Spain

Just a question   
 
Could anybody help me? I need the English Word for  the Spanish "colacao". In Spain, many children drink for breakfast milk with a deluted chocolate ( powder). Does anybody know the answer?.  Thank you.

28 Nov 2014

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redcamarocruiser
United States

In the US we call the drink chololate milk.
 
The chocolate powder can be called by a brand name such as Nesquik or Hershey īs chocolate. 
 
They do not sell Cola-Cao where I live and I had never heard of it. 

28 Nov 2014

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