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4th July resources / activities   

- NBC News article about the date, the parades, the spirit, the fireworks, food and drink


- The First Fourth of July - Cartoon Video


- American Culture - The 4th of July: video with subtitles in English


-July 4th celebrations - slideshow



- two 4th of July downloadables - wordsearch and pin wheel:



- watch this short video and know more about the history of this day:


- Fourth of July traditions link Americans with country īs past


-4th of July cartoons


- fresh and easy to do 4th july pie (recipe video):




25 Jun 2017

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Global Teacher Prize 2018!!!!   
Hello Everyone!!!
The search for the next winner of Global Teacher Prize has begun!!! The application link has opened:  http://www.globalteacherprize.org/application/
I encourage ESL printables teachers who are EXCELLENT, EXCEPTIONAL AND EXTRAORDINARY to apply for this award!!! I cannot think of anyone else who can win this than you all! This year, Marie from France and I from Malaysia managed to make it to the Top 50 and we went to Dubai on all expense paid trip sponsored by Varkey Foundation. However, we didn īt win. Despite that,  we had great experience and I was so happy to meet Marie and the rest of the finalists!
 I hope  at least one of us here can win this for ESL printables!!! The best ESL community ever!!! You are all my colleagues and mentors :)  Global Teacher Prize 2018 winner goes to........... that  can be you :)
Best Wishes,

25 Jun 2017

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maryse peyé

I wished you or Marie had won... Thanks for your faith in such a site.
I am sure Victor is proud about that. ESL is, in some way, like a prodigious child fed by interesting teachers from all over the world.
Let īs keep creating for our students ī pleasure and improvement.
Hugs to you Sirhajwan and to you Kohai.

25 Jun 2017

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Can anybody who knows Akan or the language they speak in Ghana help translate something?   
Hi everyone, What I īm about to ask about has nothing to do with teaching or even English, for that matter. But this website is the only place I could think of where I can find people of all different languages who can also speak English well. Anyway, here it goes. I īm reading this awesome book īHomegoing ī and there are a lot of akan words transcribed in English. I īve been able to figure out most of them, but then I got to this song: Awurade Nyame kum dom Oboo adee Nyame kum dom Ennee yerekokum dom afa adee Oboo adee Nyame kum dom Soso be nuhu, megyede be hunu Can anyone help and tell me what it says exactly? Thanks a bunch

24 Jun 2017

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New lyrics to old familiar tunes   
You can sing to the tune of  She īll be coming around the mountain 

We are loving learning English, yes, we are! 
We are loving learning English yes, we are! 
We are loving learning English, 
We are loving learning English, 
We are loving learning English yes, we are! 

Sing to the tune of I īve been working on the railroad

We īve been working on our English 
All the live long day! 
We īve been working on our English 
Just to pass the time away. 
Can īt you hear the bell a-ringing? 
Rise up so early in the mornī 
Can īt you hear the teacher singing, 
Now it īs time to learn. 

Learning every day, 
Learning every day, 
Learning just to pass the time away! 
Learning every day, 
Learning every day, 
We are learning English every day! 

Singing in the classroom in English, 
Singing in the classroom I know o-o-o, 
Singing in the classroom in English, 
Strumming on the old banjo! 

[And singing] Fee fie fiddli-i-o!
Fee, fie, fiddly-i-o-o-o-o-o
Fee, fie, fiddly-i-o-o-o-o 
Strumming on the old banjo! 

We īve been working on our English. 
Now īs our time to shine! 
We īve been working on our English. 
Gonna make that language mine! 
We will learn it for our parents 
And our teachers, too. 
We will master every problem 
I can , so can you! 

Learning every day, 
Better every day, 
Learning English every day! 
Learning every day, 
Better every day, 
We are getting better every day!  

Singing in the classroom in English, 
Singing in the classroom I know o-o-o, 
Singing in the classroom in English, 
Strumming on the old banjo! 

Fee fie fiddli-i-o 
Fee, fie, fiddly-i-o-o-o-o-o
Fee, fie, fiddly-i-o-o-o-o 
Strumming on the old banjo!

22 Jun 2017

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United States

Yes, thank you, Giorgi!

24 Jun 2017

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Name for a website   
Hi guys, 
I would like to ask you to help me out with an assignement I was given. I am supposed to come up with a name of a web page offering different types of leaflets/brochures/special offers in English(for Britain, Ireland, US, Canada). They already have the websites in other languages having the following domain names and word combinations:
  • Rumania: Catalomat - catalog + automat
  • Portugal: Panfleteiro
  • Spain: Ofertero - Oferta + cartero 
  • Germany Prospektmaschine
  • France: Cataloguemate
I was thinking of combining the following words: offer, assistent, savings, engine, browser... but you dont have to use those words, if you have better and more creative names :)
I was hoping you might help me with some ideas.
Thanks for your suggestions!

21 Jun 2017

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United Kingdom



22 Jun 2017

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Using will be   
Hello! I just want to ask the difference of these two How will be the weather tomorrow? How will the weather be tomorrow? Thank you in advance.

19 Jun 2017

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That is magictastic! 

22 Jun 2017

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books for toefl primary   
Dear all teachers,
I need  some books for toefl primary. Every help please send me via email hthom.dtdhl@gmail.com
Thanks a lot and have a nice day!

19 Jun 2017

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Medieval Themed Vocabulary Games   
Hey Everyone! 
If you were unaware, I love castles! And like any good teacher, I try and share my passions with my students and try and do a few activities a year related to medieval times. Kids seem to love learning about kings, queens, and knights as well. I just wanted to share a set of vocabulary activities / games I put together this week to help young ones with basic vocabulary related to these old fortresses from a magical time. Hope these can be useful for you and your learners as well. 
Castle Themed Games, Activities, and Teaching Ideas

19 Jun 2017


Very nice - again ;-))) Thx a lot !!

21 Jun 2017

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Plz tell me what is right She was seen to buy / buying some food at the market Thanks in advance

19 Jun 2017

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United States

Yes, Giorgi, you have the active part completely right. That īs why I didn īt mention it before.
If you use the present participle, it doesn īt necessarily mean that you didn īt experience the entire action, just that it isn īt important to what you are reporting. As is usual with the present participle, the process is being emphasized.

22 Jun 2017

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Present Perfect & Past Simple with until    
Good day fellow teachers, I would like to ask you about the use of until with the past tenses. What is the right way to use until as a conjunction with past simple and past perfect? Is it the past perfect that comes in until clause or the past simple? Thanks.

18 Jun 2017

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Thank you for your replies, I guess the OP has more than enough information and the topic has been very informative for me too!

20 Jun 2017

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