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Help me, please!!!!1   
Hi friends, Hi colleagues!!!
Can you say me how do you write in ENGLISH the structure of a class? I mean in Spanish are:
Inicio de la clase,
desarrollo de la clase y
final de la clase. 
Thank you very much for your answer. 

29 Mar 2017

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What I use is



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Mohamed Hamed

A suggestion   
I hope you can add a button of "favourite" next to the photo of every member. By doing that, I will have a list of favourite members who I like to check their sheets.

29 Mar 2017

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Dear friends!  I am from Ukraine. My pupils are  of 10-14 years old. They ve been studying English for about 4 years. They would like to check up their level of grammar and I promised to ask for your help, concerning tests or exercises, given by english-speaking teachers. Could you send interesting tests for foreign students ( my  students) on my e-mail (luckytim@ukr.net) and then I will send them( tests with answers ) to you in order that you will check up . It s very important to get  evaluation from you, my students  are deeply interested in your opinion and respect your thoughts! Thank you for cooperation!

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Dear colleagues,
can I ask in particular to our mothertongue teachers to help me? 
How do you pronounce a year like 1966?
I ve always said "nineteen sixty-six" but a teacher from Denver whos s teaching a course in my school thinks that only "one thousand sixty-six" is correct. Is it a geographical variety or what?
Thanks a lot for your help,

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there is not a debate, its nineteen sixty-six

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JOBS VIDEO / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2k-90uHFEGs&t=5s   
Hello dear friends
I have a youtube channel having ESL videos for kids learning English.This is one of the videos for revising jobs and workplaces.Hope you like it.My add is youtube bilgeceingilizce.

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The videos are so useful and lovely... I m gonna use them in my classes immediately. Thank you very much! 

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correct form   
 which form is correct
 the test was administrated to the experimental group
 the test was administrated on  the experimental group 

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United States

Yes, I agree, Bruce that it has to be TO, and Lynn, that the verb would have to change for ON.

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Help with aims to Mum of three daughters   
Dear friends!
I consider myself an experienced teacher. But I burst into tears when it comes to pose lesson aims. Basically the problem is I can t produce them in English. I used to be tought to do it in my native language(Russian). I have to search loads of English plans to find English interpritation. Can you help me? Maybe someone has a list of aims in English or you know any sites with it? I ll be very appreciated. Help a busy Mum of three little daughters who has to work at nights.))) Thank you very much!

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These can help create learning aims, outcomes for any lesson

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A silly question   


Is it possible to say I phoned herten minutes ago but I got her voicemail. She must have her phone switched off. Or Her phone must be switched off is the only correct way to express that?
Thank you!

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" She must have had her phone off " is the right tense form since you are talking about a past action to express past certainty
Good luck 

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Gerunds made easy?   
Hi all,
So, I decided it was time to do a lesson on gerunds, because one of rmy students was having a lot of trouble with them when speaking.  I gathered some worksheets and materials, refreshed some of my knowledge, and headed into the classroom--disaster!
It s been a very long time since I was not able to find a way to simplify a subject so my students could grasp it, but every attempt I made with the gerunds seemed to head off into a spiralling state of unclarity.  I even stopped mid-sentence on a few attempts (realizing what questions my next example would bring up and make them even more confused).
I finally just told them that there are so many "special rules" for gerund use that it is better to just try and train our "it just sounds right" feeling through drill.  When then proceded to work through about 70 sentences and I explained as we went. (Thanks to whoever s worksheet I used)
My question to you:
Do any of you have any special success stories or strategies for making gerunds "simple"? It s been a long time since I felt that way in the calssroom and want to prevent a repeat.

edit: I used nionia1986s worksheet:   http://www.eslprintables.com/grammar_worksheets/verbs/gerunds_and_infinitives/GERUND_versus_INFINITIVE_58361/#thetop

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That was one of those areas, I was about to enter,  realized it to be a minefield, and slowly back out of it. (Something to the affect of: " Technically, gerunds are not the present participles we use in the continuous tense, but going into it to deeply at this point will only confuse you and not get us to our objective.")

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Hello, dear friends   

I would like to ask you if you could please give me some articles, research, report or books about the following topics: the 4 skills, learning styles, the role of the teacher...

I will be grateful for any help you can provide

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    God bless u

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