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yaelbn
Israel

Looking for Pen Pals   
 
We are looking for pen pals for our 63 fifth and sixth graders.
We would like our pupils to correspond with friends around the world.
If you are a serious teacher and would like to take part in such a project, please contact us at: hodyael@gmail.com
Yael and Galia 

26 Nov 2014

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SaraNajm
Iran

English for Senior Student   
 
Hi every one, Recently, I īve started teaching a class for senior people, and by senior I mean real grandmas and grandpas. They are a lot of fun to spend time with, but really challenging to teach. To give you a clear picture of what I īm dealing with, have this in mind that some of them are actually there to prevent developing alzheimer īs desease, and there īs also this one lady who īs there to forget about her husband īs death. Anyway, my problem is not that I don īt like the psychological diversity present in my classroom, the problem is that I have no useful material for them, all I have is suitable for kids, teens, and young adults, not old people!!! So if anyone knows about any source, online material or pages, please do let me know. By the way, they know very little about English, i.e. they can introduce themselves. I īm stuck at "to be". They just can īt learn. I don īt expect them to learn a lot every session, I just want them to get a sense of accomplishment. Thanks

26 Nov 2014

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dmharg
Greece

https://www.google.gr/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=8&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CFYQFjAH&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.clese.org%2FProducts%2FTips%2520for%2520Teaching.doc&ei=OEB2VP6EG4GxPe3cgMgF&usg=AFQjCNE88hLxSQIrP49yN31QfmJcVfYecA&sig2=X8ldj-rhMDtKOpMcM4JFwg

26 Nov 2014

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Hbomb84
Spain

Phitting Phonemes in a Phun Phashion   
 
The phonemic chart is a scary thing for a lot of students and teachers alike. I īve been trying to find a way to gently introduce it to my students. The best method I īve found so far is on the link below.
 
The phonemic chart is somethimes seen as the be all and end all from pron. That īs clearly not true. It is a very useful tool and one which can give your students a really good shot at getting to grips with pron.
 
 
 
Have a blast.
 
H

26 Nov 2014

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Myszka
Poland

Help needed   
 
Could you spent a minute to check this text for me and correct any mistakes? Tkanks a lot.
 

Dear Sir/Madam


I am writing in response to the letter of complaint about the holiday company that has been published in your newspaper. As a participant, I am toally opposed to presented view.
To begin with, let me state that I was delighted with the accommodation. In my view, it was not rudimentary or overestaminated, but neat and tidy with endowment needed. Hotel Staff was obliging and I have no cavil. Therefore, I believe that the price was appropriate to the quality.
Although the food was not available at the hotel, it gave me great opportunity to try local dishes at nearby restaurants. I believe that this fact has also other pros, for instance, I had a chance to socialize with citizens and look up my English.
What is more, I had a constant contact with English language which was both during classes or sports activities. The teachers were very professional, clearly explained difficult issues. Although they were relaxed and might have seemed cavalier, it helped me effotlessly improve my English skills. I was truly content with this mode of learning and so did others.
I was particularly impressed by how aptly the activities were picked out. Thanks to rock climbing and walking we could marvel picturesque sublimity of nature, widely different than native one. We did not have time to get bored as a result of marvelous organisation.
All in all, what I feel is that I experienced the time of my life. Not only made I new friends but also ameliorated language skills. I trust that my opinion will receive your prompt attention. I look forward hearing from you soon.


Yours faithfully,
XYZ

 
 
 

26 Nov 2014

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yanogator
United States

I īll add a few things. My changes are in red. I agree with Gi2gi īs changes, except the "I believe/I trust" matter near the end.
 
Bruce
 

I am writing in response to the letter of complaint about the holiday company [I don īt know what you mean by "holiday company"] that has been published in your newspaper. As a participant, I am toally (misprint: totally) opposed to the view presented.

To begin with, let me state that I was delighted with the accommodation. In my view, it was not rudimentary or overestaminated, (what’s this?) but neat and tidy with endowment (what do you mean in “endowment"? ) needed. The hotel staff was obliging and I have no cavil. (“cavil” is mostly used as a verb, consider using “complaint”) ( not sure what you mean in "obliging") Therefore, I believe that the price was appropriate to the quality.

Although (omit "the") food was not available at the hotel, it gave me great opportunity to try local dishes at nearby restaurants. I believe that this fact has also (consider: also has) other pros; for instance, I had a chance to socialize with citizens and look up my English. (you cannot “look up” your English, “brush up” could be used)

What is more, I had (omit "a") constant contact with  English language (the English language, article needed) which was both during classes or (“and” would be more appropriate) sports activities. The teachers were very professional and clearly explained difficult issues. Although they were relaxed and might have seemed cavalier, (??? Not sure what you mean) it helped me effotlessly (effortlessly) Improve my English skills. I was truly content with this mode of learning and so did others. (and so were the others)

I was particularly impressed by how aptly the activities were picked out. Thanks to rock climbing and walking we could marvel at the picturesque sublimity (you need a different word here, but I īm not sure exactly what you mean) of nature, widely different than native one. (than the native one) We did not have time to get bored as a result of (because of the) marvelous organisation.

All in all, what I feel is that I experienced the time of my life. Not only made I new friends but also (you can use this in an emphatic way like this “not only did I make friends but it also... ) improved my language skills. (sounds not natural. Consider using “improved my language skills”) … I trust (“I believe” would be more natural) ["I trust" is also common in formal situations] that my opinion will receive your prompt attention. I look forward hearing from you soon. (“I look forward to hearing”)

26 Nov 2014

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bechirgamoudi
Tunisia

looking for cartoon strip websites   
 
hi dear members,
could you please help me by giving me some useful websites of cartoon strips 

26 Nov 2014

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bechirgamoudi
Tunisia

ok ! and thank you

26 Nov 2014

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ttuffl
Korea, South

romance/romantic movies?   
 
Hi,
Movie questions again.
The expressions below are used on the net.
Could you let me know both are OK or which is more common?
 
1. a romance/  romantic movie
2. a history/  historical move 
3. a twist/ twisted ending 
 
Thanks always 

26 Nov 2014

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

No 3 - a twist in the tale. 

26 Nov 2014

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doudouxx
France

Is it correct to say...?   
 
Hi guys
 
I hope you īre well! I was wondering if īwhich is to say ī  could be said instead of īthat is to say ī. I would love to have your opinion about it especially if you īre a native speaker.
 
Many thanks in advance! :) 
 

25 Nov 2014

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doudouxx
France

Thank you so much for your quick answer! 
Have a nice day Bruce! 

26 Nov 2014

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sousou aicha
Tunisia

Looking for penfriends.   
 
Hello everyone,
 Some days ago, I read about  a teacher who was looking for penfriends for their pupils aged 11 to 14. I am from Tunisia. I suggested the idea of corresponding to my students and some of them liked it. I tried to find the email of the teacher, but I couldn īt. Here is mine: aicha.sabeg@gmail.com If anyone is concerned with the idea, please send me your emails and we will exchange letters.

25 Nov 2014

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khaledxp
Tunisia

family relationships   
 
 I am looking for texts about relationships between family members ... what do they think of each other ? How do they describe each other ? what do they feel towards each other ?..... Could you please suggest any worksheets you have already uploaded or used ??? Could you suggest any course books where I can find such texts ??? thanks a lot for your understanding and help ???

25 Nov 2014

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Gi2gi
Georgia

If you are familiar with New Headway Series, there is a text where a daughter and a father talk about each other and their relationship (New Headway Intermediate, 3rd edition, students book, unit 9)

26 Nov 2014

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fawwar
Tunisia

6th form   
 
Are there in this website worksheets related to 6th form of primary education ? Tunisian prog thanks in advance

25 Nov 2014

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miss-o
Portugal

http://www.eslprintables.com/teaching_resources/tests_and_exams/6th_form/Speaking_activity_Revision_bo_76819/#thetop

25 Nov 2014

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