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miyoko71
Morocco

confusing adjectives   
 
Dear colleagues,
 
I need your help to make the choice
 
Do we say a big or a tall tree?                    My choice was a tall tree
A large or a big garden?                             a large garden
 
By the end of the questionnaire, my answers were highlighted as false 
 Thx for your help 

25 Sep 2018


cunliffe
United Kingdom

Hi miyoko. We say big and tall trees. There is a difference in nuance. Tall trees are slender, the adjective tall referring just to the height. Big trees are rounder, because big refers to width as well as height. The same for a person. If we say he is a tall man, we just mean his height and we don ´t get an idea of his weight. But a big man is broad or fat, as well. 
 
Large garden, big garden, these mean absolutely the same. I can ´t imagine ´a large garden ´ being marked as false!  
 

25 Sep 2018

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valentinaper
Greece

Winner of the WOD (17.09.2018)   
 
This is to announce the winner for the Word of the Day (DRAPETOMANIA.)
Drapetomania is defined as "an overwhelming urge to run away", which is, to my mind, something that teachers feelat least once in a while!
 
The winner is  MoodyMoody ! 
Congratulations, MoodyMoody, you ´re up next!
 
Have a nice day!
 
Valentina
 
 

24 Sep 2018

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kiscsepo
Hungary

Caption Contest   
 
Dear Esl Members,
 
I have been given the honour of choosing the next caption. Hope you ´ll enjoy it. :)
Have a nice day to all of you!  
 

24 Sep 2018

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douglas
United States

Looks like a scene from a "Feline-i" film.

25 Sep 2018

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kohai
Latvia

WSs as JPG images   
 
I wonder how acceptable is this opportunity to download ESLP members´ worksheets as jpg images from myscres.com. There´s no credit given to the authors or/and sources. I´ll give just three examples. I think that many members will recognize these worksheets by james32 , victor and mada_1:
       
They are freely downloadable here ,  here and here
Plus, on every page, it´s said that the worksheets are ´free to use, share or modify´.

24 Sep 2018

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maryse peyé
France

I suppose that you have seen that you must pay 8 cents a day to be a member ?
 
And here it is free !
 
Look for what is wrong !
 
Victor is right : the members deserve to see their work protected.
 
I have just sent a report on the 2nd link...

24 Sep 2018

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victor
Spain

Reporting error   
 
Hello everyone!
 
Some moderators have faced the problem that some worksheets were impossible to report.
Now the problem is solved, and I hope it won ´t happen again.
 
Thanks for your patience! 
 

24 Sep 2018

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victor
Spain

I would not report a worksheet if it contains just one picture with a tiny watermark but, if it is reported, I think moderators should remove it. I don ´t want to put on them the responsibility to decide which amount of watermark is acceptable and which not. It could lead to conflictive situations.

24 Sep 2018

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erine
Tunisia

Looking for penpals    
 
Hi everybody I ´m a Tunisian English teacher. I am looking for a colleague from any place in this big word to exchange emails with him/her. I mean emails of our students (11 to 15 years old)to discuss different topics together, to exchange point of views, to learn from each others.., If someone is interested, please send me an email to sojaproh@yahoo.fr

23 Sep 2018

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erine
Tunisia

With great pleasure dear colleague radia tria. Provide me with your email please.

24 Sep 2018

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Millan1
Colombia

WORDSEARCH    
 
I Need to elaborate these wordsearches  with this quality who can advice me please   ?
 

22 Sep 2018

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Millan1
Colombia


23 Sep 2018

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espamol
Portugal

Any good and free APP to practise English ?   
 
I ´m looking for a good and free App that could help some students who have many difficulties ?
Thanks.  

22 Sep 2018

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ironik
Singapore

Quizlet is great,  with many students and teachers developing materials all over the world. The students can just search for a topic (relative clauses) (job vocabulary) and practice using flash cards and tests. I ´ve also tried assigning the class different unit vocab and they did each other ´s quizzes too. It was really fun and helpful.

23 Sep 2018

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Millan1
Colombia

WORDSEARCH    
 
Hello there ,,... Can you help me ? I need the best way to design wordserches of  good quality with pictures . Here in this page are the best ....there are many examples but I dont know how to do ia good one  . Thanks a lot from Colombia. 

21 Sep 2018

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Millan1
Colombia

22 Sep 2018

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kwsp
United States

Caption Competition Winner   
 
Thank you everyone for your great entries! Congratulations goes to kiscsepo for the winning caption "Gulliver ´s travels in Lilliput." It ´s your turn now, kiscsepo! I ´m handing the baton over to you!
 
 
 
Sincerely,
kwsp 

21 Sep 2018

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