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Help needed!   
Dear colleagues,
       Could you please recommend songs that can be used in teaching/ revising the following: Relative pronouns/ Relative clauses; Linking words; Conditionals, Gerund and Infinitive, Shopping, Prepositions. Thank you in advance! May you have a wonderful day! 

16 Jan 2018

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Play scripts needed   
I teach Drama and I have the problem of finding plays that my teens find enjoyable. Could you please tell me where can I get plays for my drama lessons? My address is nachoyvioleta@gmail.com

16 Jan 2018

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Here ´s a few from a shameless self-publicist.

16 Jan 2018

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hi everyone    
i need help with this activity

16 Jan 2018


Please can you reduce the size of your document as it distorts the forum? Thanks

16 Jan 2018

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Future Learn - Free Course on Using Film to Teach   
I have just finished week one of this course and am finding it very interesting as someone who likes to use short films in the classroom. 
Anyone got a favorite short film they like to use? I like One Man ´s Loss and We ´ve All Been There

16 Jan 2018

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Ladybird Peter and Jane books   
Has anyone ever used the Ladybird keywords scheme (Peter and Jane) and have you any advice etc.

16 Jan 2018

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I bought the Peter and Jane Keywords Scheme Books for my son, Mark, when he was 2. (That was about 50 years ago.)
I used them to teach him to read. (I was NOT a trained Teacher, then.)
I simply followed their written teaching advice. We read together every evening, before bed, for about 15 minutes. He loved it.
They were Excellent.
When he was 3 he could recognise words, and could read simple sentences.
He, (NOT I),  discovered two tiny typographical errors.
I wrote to Ladybird to inform them. They replied that they knew about one error, but no-one had ever noticed the second error.
Laughing, they offered my son a job as a proof-reader, when he was 18.
In my opinion, in my situation, the Ladybird Key Word Scheme, (using the Peter and Jane books), was excellent.
Les Douglas. 

16 Jan 2018

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Hi everybody!
Hope you are enjoying the life to the fullest.
Can somebody please help me with the meaning of this sentence from the book ´English File Intermediate (Unit 5) ´:
What sports do you associate with?
Does it mean:
Which sports do you do?
Which sports do you like and spend your time following the events (for example watching them on TV)?
or even both?

15 Jan 2018

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Maybe it is incomplete. However, it could just be asking what you feel your sport is. In other words, what sporting culture, or what type of sports define you as a person?
Some sample answers:
I would say I associate with tennis. This is because I have played it since I was 8 years old and belonging to a tennis club is a big part of my social life. I have made some of my best friends through tennis. 
As a business person I feel I associate with golf. It is not just a hobby but also important for work. It also keeps me fit and to a certain extent decides my fashion.
I am a runner. Fitness is important to me. I like to push myself to see how fast or far I can go. 
To be honest, I don ´t really associate with any sport. Although my family are all football fans I more associate with music. The posters on my wall, the websites I read and the clothes I wear are all connected to music. I also play guitar. 

16 Jan 2018

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maryse peyé

Need of a penfriend for 1 of my students   
Hi all,
Would one of your students, whose mother tongue is English and who is studying French, aged 16, like to know a French student learning English for 5 years now and wishing to improve his oral English ?
My student would like to move to Canada at the end of his studies.
If one of your students is interested in such a skype (for example) relation, please let me know it by pm and I will share with you the useful information about my - really motivated - student.
Thanks for your reading and your help.

14 Jan 2018

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Hi. I am a teacher at a primary school in Poland. I teach students aged 11-12. They would like to find penfriends in order to practise English and get to know new people. There are 12 of them and they are very excited to exchange emails with new students and talk about their school, routines, village...  It would be nice to have another group to exchange this information and learn English at the same time  .

Let me know if you are interested in.

14 Jan 2018

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Hello! I ´m from Tunisia and I teach 11-12 -year-old students. They ´d be motivated if they had penfriends from another country. Please write a reply if you are interested🌸

15 Jan 2018

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mask or eye mask?   
what would you call in English the mask that only covers the eyes, mask or eye mask?
Thanks and regards,

13 Jan 2018

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I would call the carnival mask in your picture simply a ´mask ´ as ´eye mask ´ to me suggests a mask for sleeping.
You can also use ´Venetian mask ´ for elaborate masks which cover the eyes and sometimes have a kind of beak to them. 
Résultat de recherche d ´images pour "venetian mask" 

14 Jan 2018

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maryse peyé

Word daffinition 2nd chance   
Hi everyone,
How can I choose a winner for the craziest daffinition with only 2 ones ???
My word TARADIDDLE is very sad, indeed ! Please let your imagination find ideas to submit to our laugh !

13 Jan 2018

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