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What does OR What do?   
Please help me guys. Which one is correct and why?
What does your father and mother do?
What do your father and mother do?

29 Jun 2015

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It īs a compound subject, so it is "do". You can substitute "they" for "your father and mother".


29 Jun 2015

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Hello. I īm new to this website  and I have a question. The rules for uploading worksheets say that watermarked pictures can īt be used. Clip art can be used. And you can use copyrighted pictures with the permission of the creator.
Lately I have seen illustrations from text books and activity books, as well as scanned exercises. I only recognized them because I have used these books  myself. Futhermore, I sometimes used them before to create my own worksheets previous to belonging to this site. Is that permitted? I don īt want to be petty, I īm just curious. I don īt want to be one of those people who report every little thing, I just want the rules to be clean and fair to everyone.
Thank you.

29 Jun 2015

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Materials form ESL books are not permitted. Also, anything from a book is copyrighted, so permission must be obtained to use it, if it īs not an ESL book.


29 Jun 2015

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Have you heard about Mena22,
I īve downloading many listening activities from her and I īve sent her my email three days ago and I haven īt got the audios..
Some help please. 

29 Jun 2015

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How Australia and Newzealand related?   
Could somone tell me how Australia and Newzealand related?

29 Jun 2015

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Requesting Essays and Articles about th British Empire   
Good morning friends, 
Can anyone please provide me with essays and articles about:
1-The rise of the British Empire,  
2- Its econmoy
3- The place of India in this empire
4- its ultimate decline.
A bunch of thanks 

29 Jun 2015



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ESL Website with Interactive material   
Hello,l I have been a member here for many years and have been inspired by the wonderful  interactive powerpoints shared by other teachers. I decided to put together a website for my students with music, videos, games, etc and would love to share with everyone here. The link is below, all I ask is to please give me any feedback you can to help me improve the site and the activities. Also if anyone has any requests please let me know. I will be adding new material every month.

28 Jun 2015

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Amazing. Thanks a bunch

29 Jun 2015

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Caption competition June 29th   
Time to squeeze your brains

28 Jun 2015

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A bird will never be a shark. Accept your fate and love your life.

29 Jun 2015

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Dear all,
I found on the Internet (Wikipedia) that Tortillas come from Texas but Burritos and Tacos from Mexico. I don īt know what to think as I īm not sure that it is sure as I  thought that all come from Mexico?
Thanks in advance,

28 Jun 2015

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I`m Mexican-American and this is one of my favorite comfort foods.
The authentic burrito as we know it was created in the Mission District in San Francisco. Possibly at El Faraolito taqueria. 

Mexico doesn`t have burritos, but they did invent tacos. A burrito is a type of Californian taco that includes beans, sometimes rice, lettuce, sometimes meat, etc. The styles differ by region in California, but they`re not very authentic outside of California or in non-Mexican-American establishments. If you order a burrito in a restaurant in California that`s a bit too authentic, they`ll serve you a taco full of meat and wrapped in a big flour tortilla. A taco is usually much more simplistic and isn`t as substantial. Taco tortillas can be folded over (usually corn) or wrapped (like the American burrito). Flour tortilla tacos aren`t common in Mexico. I`m pretty positive that`s just a Taco Bell fast food thing.  

And yes, corn tortillas were created by the natives. They used a lot of corn back then. 

29 Jun 2015

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Word of the Day   
The Spamster is back, so it īs time to start another contest! Thanks to Apodo for reposting for iciar in the Name-It Contest. I īm not sure what īs happened to the Caption Contest, so I īm leaving that alone. However, Word of the Day has gone defunct, and it īs time to revive it.
The rules are simple: give your best FAKE definition of the word posted. DO NOT look for the definition online and post the real definition. I īll pick the best "daffynition" some time tomorrow or whenever I get enough entries.
The Word of the Day is...

28 Jun 2015

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Nora L


it is what and expert does about affections or infections.

29 Jun 2015

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Name It Contest.   
Thanks Julia for choosing me as the winner!
These little fellows need a name. You name it.

28 Jun 2015

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Fake cats

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