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Be shared ebook of ACADAMY STARS   
Dear Teachers,
I am finding ebook of ACADEMY STARS. If you have and you are kind to share with me, please send it  to my mail hthom.dtdhl@gmail.com
I will not how to say any more to show my thanks to you for this help.
I hope to get it from you all. 

14 Dec 2017

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seasons of year    
Hello everyone,
can you help me find some interesting reading passages about seasons of year for elementary stage?
thank you in advance

14 Dec 2017

maryse peyé

May this list correspond to the age of your students ? 

14 Dec 2017

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Apps for Learning English   
Could you please suggest me some  apps for learning English language ? 
Many thanks!  

14 Dec 2017

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United Kingdom

A Nightmare at Christmas   

14 Dec 2017

maryse peyé

How cruel you are !!! Sentence diagrams !!! Tss tss tss...
Past participle
Present continuous
Future will...
"What else ?" George Clooney (SOOOORRYYYY ! SPINNEY) said.

14 Dec 2017

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Need help can or could?   
Julie can write from a very yearly age  or Julie could write from a very  a large?  Which one is correct ?

14 Dec 2017


Julie could write from a very early age

14 Dec 2017

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maryse peyé

daffinition word 2nd chance   
Here is the link to see the 1st fantastic daffinitions of the new given word PETRICHOR.
Please offer us some good and wonderful laughter for the coming Christmas ! they will be welcome !

14 Dec 2017

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United Kingdom


Today, in this Competition, ESLP Members of outstanding academic ability, have submitted their definitions of the word PETRICHOR.

YOU, Ladies and Gentlemen, now have the unique privilege of observing some of the finest brains of the century, demonstrate the application of remarkable forensic linguistic punctiliousness.

Before submission by the Members, every fragment of their meticulous research was correct to the nth degree. Absolute accuracy was the Golden Rule. Every finite detail was clinically forensicked.

In relation to this Competition, the ´Doctors of Diacritics of Durham ´, (whom I have the honour to serve on the Committee, as the Tea Person), issued a Statement!

"Never, in the field of human endeavour, has our Organisation encountered so many terminalogical inexactitudes, nor experienced such unmitigated, duplicitous, tawdry, fallacious fabrications!!!"

Contributors to the Competition ... Congratulations!

So, I hesitate to give my daffynition.

PETRICHOR = A Choir, cast in Stone.

An 8-year-old USA boy, who is studying for his Professor of Archaeology exams, had been assisting at the excavations in Pompeii, Italy. This was the scene of the tragic eruption of Mount Vesuvius, in 79 AD, burying all the inhabitants of the city. The exact date has always remained a mystery ... until now.

Working alone, with a teaspoon and a toothbrush, the child had excavated an area which contained the bodies of a group of singers, complete with granite song-sheets. The bodies were covered in clay, and then a layer of volcanic ash. Within the clay were fragments of eggshells, and also tomato seeds. Nearby, he also found two separate slivers of sandstone, from a Diary, each with the number 2 chiselled upon it.

By means of advanced DNA analysis, the boy was able to confirm that the choir had been performing at an open-air theatre. Immediately adjacent, was a Fruit and Vegetable stall. The owner had a reputation for selling rotten fruit and bad eggs.

Using modern, scientific methods, the 8-year-old was able to prove conclusively that the choir had been pelted with missiles, (mud, over-ripe fruit, and bad eggs), whilst singing a subversive song: "Caesar is the geezer, with the big red nose!"

The amazing child was also able to pin-point the exact date of the volcanic eruption ... the 2nd of February!

When asked to explain, the boy genius modestly replied: "I just put 2 and 2 together!"

Les Douglas

14 Dec 2017

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When I teach the verb TO BE again, I am going to do this   
When I teach the verb TO BE again, I am going to do this.
In my latest post, I share a lesson plan to teach the present tense of the verb to be. If you are interested, check it out at:  http://www.engames.eu/teach-verb-be-lesson-1/

13 Dec 2017

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Great idea! Thank you Zdenda

14 Dec 2017

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I ´ve got a small group of students aged 11 and they would like to exchange e-mails with a similar group of students.
Either individually or as a group.
Anyone interested? 

13 Dec 2017

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The Past Perfect Tense   
Hi dear colleagues!
You know I was working on the Past Perfect Tense the other day and I just wanted to make sure about some patterns used with the tense and I ´d really appreciate it if you could help me out with them.
1. " The past perfect + when + The Simple Past tense. "
Can I rewrite "The film had just begun when we got to the cinema." as "When we got to the cinema, the film had just begun." And if this is considered correct what would be the difference between the first and the second sentences?
2. " When+ The past perfect, The Simple Past tense. "
Can I rewrite "When Jessica had brushed her teeth, she went to bed." as "Jessica went to bed when she had brushed her teeth" And if this is considered correct what would be the difference between the first and the second sentences?
Thanks very much in advance!

13 Dec 2017

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Thanks a lot! I really appreciate that my dear colleagues!

13 Dec 2017

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Will or might   
Hello everyone Could you please help me? Which one should I write? I.........go to Rome next month. 1) will 2) might I think might is the right one because there is no clue that the person speaking is certain about that. What would you suggest? Thank you Bye Elena

13 Dec 2017

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United States

Yes, Lynne, "will" isn ´t the usual choice for forming the future tense here, so "might" is the better choice. So, "will" is correct, but only "might" sounds natural.

13 Dec 2017

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