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zvonka.rink
Slovenia

Grammar School or Gymnasium?   
 
Dear colleagues,
 
I ┤m writing to ask your opinion.
 
I teach at The Tolmin Grammar School and I use this name for my school. Some of my colleagues use: The Tolmin Gymnasium. I know that this is the word used in Germany and even we have a similar word of the same origin Gimnazija, however, I wouldn ┤t use it.
 
I would like the native speakers to tell me if they would use the word Gymnasium and if this word is commonly used in English-speaking countries.
 
Thank you for your answers.

18 Dec 2014

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isa2
Austria

GAME: Creative snake   
 
Hi everybody,
 
I know that you are all very busy but what about a new game incentive?
I ┤ll call it CREATIVE SNAKE.
All you have to do add your own (crazy/ funny/ inventive) ideas. The next player continues.
I hope we will get an amusing story  in the end.
 
Here is an example:
First player writes: One day I went to the movies to see ...
2nd player adds:    ... Dracula, my neighbour, who...
3rd player adds:     ...was eating a rubber chicken...
 etc.
 
I hope you will join in and have some fun. 
Already looking forward to your creations.
 
SO HERE COMES THE IMPETUS:
 
One day I entered the classroom with(out)...
                              

18 Dec 2014

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martinasvabova
Czech Republic

special occasion,which..

18 Dec 2014

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Pretty3
Saudi Arabia

in - on - at   
 
Hi,
 
Can you tell me what the correct preposition is in this sentence:
 
 
I was walking ....................... the street ?
 
 
 
I would say : in.
 
What do you think?
 
 
In addition, are these sentences correct:
 
 - answer the questions as listening to the audio.
 
 -
make sentneces using the relative clauses  correctly.
 
 
Thanks
:)

18 Dec 2014

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douglas
United States

"Walking in the street." - you are not on the sidewalk (BE: pavement); you are actually walking in the area where the cars drive (AE: pavement).
 
I live on Maple Street.
 
The kids were playing in the street.
 
I was walking up/down Cherry Lane.
 

18 Dec 2014

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omniya
Egypt

need help in teaching   
 
Hello everyone
 
thanks for sharing wonderful ideas and work.
I ┤m a teacher of English for beginner students ( 6 to 10 years ) 
I ┤m looking for your help . If there a book or a certain course i can take to improve my teaching skills i wanna new ways  how to manage my class , how to present new vocabulary or reading topics.
I think mine are boring  :(
 
 
 

17 Dec 2014

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Elina21
Greece

Hello!
 
As I saw that you teach young learenrs I recommend the following:
Very young learners by Vanessa Reilly and Sheila Ward (Oxford)
Young learners by Sarah Philips (Oxford)
Teaching children English (Cambridge)
 
 
There are many titles on Oxford and Cambridge books for teachers. You may browse amazon and find more titles. 
Good luck!
Merry Christmas!
 

17 Dec 2014

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martalop90
Spain

story about fruit and vegetables   
 
Hello! Could anyone recommend me a story book related to fruit and vegetables and  healthy food? it ┤s for 5th grade students
 
 
Thanks in advance! 

17 Dec 2014


redcamarocruiser
United States

http://www.vegetables-for-kids.com/ has some stories online.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Gqyx5cBWCw Growing Vegetable soup is a video of the book being read.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vc784SYBSa0 features Caillou hating vegetables, but then eating them afterall. 

Eating theAlphabet by LoisEhlert 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXFVsH-9Hf8  (read by a child) 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1ywwYk_v10 (read by a man very clearly)

17 Dec 2014

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florimago
Spain

Today ´s contribution    
 

Good morning !!!

I ┤ve forgotten toáinclude the teacher ┤s keyááin my contribution " the very best of customer service" . Please, send me a pm if you need it . Sorry about that .

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Flori á

17 Dec 2014


Minka
Slovenia

You can still change that. Go to the contribution and edit it. It means you actually upload a new version of it, but it isn ┤t complicated. 

17 Dec 2014

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Maroune
Sri Lanka

Need help   
 
Dear friends:
Which of these statements is correct :or can we say it in another way
 
For what do you need this amount of money?
What do you need this money for?
 
 Thx 4 your help in advance

16 Dec 2014


alien boy
Japan

What do you need this money for?  - good.

What do you need this much money for?  - this emphasises that a large amount of money asked for.

Cheers,
AB 

16 Dec 2014

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samahdaba1983**
Syria

grammar   
 
hello everyone
 
I have 2 questions please;
 
1. is the tense in this sentence correct or should we use the present continuous:
" this weekend , Ruba was meeting her friends in the park".
 
2.What ┤s the meaning of "PE" in this sentence: " we do PE every morning"
Thanks.
 

16 Dec 2014

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samahdaba1983**
Syria

Thanks alot.
 

16 Dec 2014

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toffaha
Tunisia

help needed please    
 
Can you help me please choose the right alternative and the reasons for the choice : The sentence is about child labour . They wander homeless in the streets of Naples and khartoum and New York City, (survive / surviving / survived ) by begging and thieving.

16 Dec 2014

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kuka242
Belgium

surviving is the correct option :)

17 Dec 2014

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joanadelmar
Portugal

Penfriends   
 

Hello everyone!

My 8th grade Portuguese students (ages: from 13 to 15) are looking for penfriends around the world to practice their written English. If anyone is interested in changing letters, please let me know.

Thanks! 
 
Joana 

16 Dec 2014

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Alvaroegido
Dominica

My students are interested in it, too.
 

17 Dec 2014

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