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Lingogrl
Argentina

Diagnostic Plan
 
I ve been asked to hand in a Diagnostic Plan and I have no idea how to design it! Need some help, please!

18 Apr 2014

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pinkblossom
Germany

 I know about the diagnostic tests, you can refer to the book Language Assessment, Principles and Classroom Practices by Douglas Brown

Have Fun

19 Apr 2014

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isa2
Austria

Caption contest, 18 April
 
Here we are again!
Please post your funny/witty/ingenious/entertaining comments on this picture:



Due to the Easter holidays, I suppose that a number of members are busy.
In case there are only very few entries, I hope you don t mind if I choose a winner later next week. Perhaps I ll have to reload the picture once or twice.

Happy Easter to all of you!

18 Apr 2014

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PhilipR
Thailand

I knew it. Bigfoot does exist!

18 Apr 2014

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sarasantos
Portugal

Winner of the Caption Contest
 
Thanks to all participants in this contest! I loved all the captions! It was hard for me to pick a caption, because I had a lot of fun reading your captions.
 
But... I ll go with Isa s: Lucy Australopithecus!! LOL
 
Over to you now!

18 Apr 2014

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JuliaKaraban
Russian Federation

Easter is fun
 
My friend shared with me and I share it with you:

http://www.primarygames.com/holidays/easter/games/easterbasketmaker/

http://www.akidsheart.com/holidays/easter/egames.htm

18 Apr 2014

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Alptug BAYRAKTAR
Turkey

thanks a lot!

18 Apr 2014

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anaram
Spain

TUMBARUMBA reposted
 
Last chance to come up with your creative, witty definition for the WOD

TUMBARUMBA

As there have been quite a few large pictures posted, I feel not many people have had the chance to participate.

You can check previos definitions here

18 Apr 2014


Jayho
Australia

You picked a word close to my heart Heart
 
But my meaning is: the tumba (tumble) you do when trying to master the wonderful dance the rumba (rhumba).  This dance is affectionately known by some as the Tumble Rumble because if one couple tumbles mid-dance, well, you have a  rumble.

18 Apr 2014

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janaesl
Saudi Arabia

help need please
 
i am teaching wish got a little confused
which sentence is correct
a) Now I ve visited France, i wish i learnt french in school.
 
b) Now I ve visited France, i wish i had learnt french in school.
 
thanks in advance

17 Apr 2014

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FrauSue
France

If you are a school pupil, option a) is correct. I ve been to France and it inspired me, so I want to learn the language, but it s not offered at my school.

If you have now finished school, option b) is correct. I went to France and struggled to understand people, so I regret that I didn t learn French at school.

I also agree that "at school" sounds more natural than "in school", although "in school" is also correct.

I hope that helps. (I am a native speaker of UK English.)

18 Apr 2014

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rodrigoleao2005
Brazil

Cool Site!
 
www.englishmatters4u.com

17 Apr 2014


JuliaKaraban
Russian Federation

Thanks

17 Apr 2014

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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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Jayho
Australia

The first link is perfect macomabi!
 
Thx so much for your super quick help.
 
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 ll pick a winner some time tomorrow unless I don t get many answers. Then I ll repost as necessary.

17 Apr 2014

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isa2
Austria

It s the HINOOMETER used by Gary Cooper in the famous western HIGH NOON.

The clock counted the hours and minutes until the high noon train would leave
his wife had threatened to take with or without him.
(For those who are not as old a rhinoceros as I am, have a look here.

18 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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douglas
United States

One note to this: most Americans would not understand "Please, queue the other side!" we would say "please line-up on/to the otherside" or "please wait on/to the other side" depending on the exact situation.  

Most Americans don t general know the word "queue" and think you are talking about the letter "Q".

18 Apr 2014

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