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Jayho
Australia

Smartphone template
 
Hi everyone
 
Do you know of a link to a copyright free template of  modern mobile/cell phone/smart phone that I can add text messages to?
Cheers
 
Jayho
 
 

17 Apr 2014

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MoodyMoody
United States

Name-It Contest
 
Thank you, florimago, for choosing me as the winner of the Name-It Contest. Here is another strange thing to figure out the name of and what it does. Have fun with it!
 
 
I īll pick a winner some time tomorrow unless I don īt get many answers. Then I īll repost as necessary.

17 Apr 2014


ascincoquinas
Portugal

BACKWARD CLOCK TO REVISIT HAPPY MOMENTS

17 Apr 2014

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T-ONYX
Russian Federation

Colloquial expressions.
 
Could you please explain the meaning of the following phrases:
 
You look bananas!
Please, queue the other side!
 
Thanks a lot!!!

17 Apr 2014

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EstherLee76
Peru

Ron Leishman Clipart
 
Hi there,

I notice many of our members use Ron Leishman clipart but all the samples I get are watermarked and have purchase prices.  Is all his work copyrighted?  Are there any free samples?

Thanks a bunch,

Esther

17 Apr 2014

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dackala
Serbia

Try with http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/ . You have many nice pictures, only you need is to adress the author below the picture and you can use it on this site. I contacted the owner of the website and sent them a printable, they said it īs ok way to use their images. There are tons of illustrations.

17 Apr 2014

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terbay
Turkey

Pen-friend
 
I am teaching at a high school. I am looking for pen friends for my students.

17 Apr 2014

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agusjavier
Argentina

I will also try it for my students!

17 Apr 2014

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mjmo67
Iran

Questions with there are
 
Hi dear colleagues,
 
I was wondering which of the following questions is more often used and what the difference between these two types of questions is:
 
1) Are there any chairs in the kitchen?
 
2) Are there chairs in the kitchen?
 
I īm looking forward to your answers.

17 Apr 2014

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douglas
United States

Okay, this is just my opinion/point of view on it:
 
Most commonly we say: "Are there any chairs in the kitchen?"
 
But (for me anyway) there is a slight difference (inference?)  in meaning between the two.
 
"Are there chairs...?" - leaves the impression that having chairs in the room may not be a normal state (it īs not a given that a kitchen would normally have chairs).
 
"Are there any chairs...?" - leaves the feel that it is normal to have chairs there, but there may not be any at the moment.
 
These are just slight nuances that I sense when comparing the two, but both can generally be used interchangeably (again, this is just my humble opinion).
 
Cheers,
Douglas

17 Apr 2014

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aydin1362
Iran

please help me out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
I am just starting a course for very young learners and I have found the names of two books for english the teacher needs in the classroom. but i cant download them anywhere( they are not available in my country). can anybody help please? here are the names:

use of english in the classroom by Sagrario Salaberri
 a handbook of classroom english by Glyn Hughes
 i would welcome any other books in the same area or websites maybe.
thanks in advance
 my email: aydinpourhassan@yahoo.com

17 Apr 2014

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ascincoquinas
Portugal

MUST and SHOULD for beginners
 
http://www.engames.eu/beginners/

16 Apr 2014

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alexziaa
France

WOW :) thanks :) 

17 Apr 2014

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florimago
Spain

NAME IT CONTEST (15TH APRIL)
 
Hi all : Just reposting the picture for the NAME IT CONTEST . I īd like to get more ingenious and humorous entries !!! Thatīs the link to check previous hilarious comments http://www.eslprintables.com/forum/topic.asp?id=45114

16 Apr 2014

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florimago
Spain

Ladies and gentlemen , time īs run out !!! I loved every single comment , itīs been hard to make up my mind but our show must go on and Moody Moody for his "egg-cellent " comment must carry on with the game this time . Congratulations !!! Enjoy your Easter holidays !!!

17 Apr 2014

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sarasantos
Portugal

New caption Contest
 
Thank  U so much, Douglas, for picking my caption! Embarrassed

In the spirit of the season, here īs the picture for the new caption game:

Bring it on! :)


16 Apr 2014

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sarguero
Spain

What a nest!!

17 Apr 2014

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Elementary present or past simple.
This is an interesting and very easy exercise for your elementary students to differenciate both present and past tenses through the time adverbs. I hope you find it useful. Big hugs, Montseteacher.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
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Air travel vs Ferry
This is a great worksheet for those who are preparing for a written exam in tourism English or who would like to work in the tourism industry. Its type is "fill in the gaps with the given sentences"; the key is included.
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Downloads: 15

 
 
 
 
Ecotourism
This is a great worksheet for those who are preparing for a written exam in tourism English or who would like to work in the tourism industry. Its type is "fill in the gaps with the given words"; the key is included.
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
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Elementary present simple or continuous.
This is an elementary worksheet for your students to be able to differenciate between the present simple and continuous at an elementary level. I hope you find it useful. Thanks to Bruna Dutra for her fantastic template. -big hugs. Montseteacher.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 44