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tarokawa2000
Japan

Popular Japanese anime characters in Ireland for under 10 years old children   
 
    Which are popular Japanese anime characters in Ireland for under 10 years old children?  I want to make worksheets with the characters for Irish.

4 Aug 2015

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life_line
Ukraine

CAPTION GAME    
 
I want to thank ueslteacher for choosing my caption )) So, here you are. 
I love this picture :) 
Be creative, guys :) 

3 Aug 2015

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annedavid
France

That was our dinner.....
 

4 Aug 2015

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ueslteacher
Ukraine

CAPTION GAME WINNER   
 
Lots of creative captions, guys (and girls:)!
Loved Maryse īs Bond metaphor:) 
SaraMariam īs, Anita īs and Isa īs captions are among my favourites too.
BUT there can be only one winner and it īs Olia aka life-line with her cracking caption:
And how do you like my new pair of crocs? )
It īs over to you, Olia!
You can see the original post here
 
For those of you who are wondering what a pair of crocs is, have a look here

3 Aug 2015


life_line
Ukraine

Oh my)) I īm so glad. Haven īt won anything in a while )) Will do my best to find a nice picture for you guys)
Thanks, Sophia! 

3 Aug 2015

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SaraMariam
United States

Common core standards   
 
Hello dear fellow teachers

I recently come across the term īcommon core standard" a lot and have been trying to figure out what it actually really is. 
I think i have an idea, but want to make sure. Is the common core standard the same as the common european framework - just that is for done for the USA?

And I īm also wondering while you are teaching how much attention do you actually pay to meet those standards?

Thanks so much in advance :)
Have a lovely day
Sara

3 Aug 2015

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SaraMariam
United States

Yes, I saw that . Thanks a lot Sophia :)

4 Aug 2015

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omarengteacher
Peru

Tracklist for the 8cd Longman preparation for the ibT toefl - 2006?   
 
Hi. I got a second-hand edition of the Longman preparation for the iBT Toefl test. It is by Deborah Philips. - 2006
I also got the 8 audio CDs. While they work perfectly, I don īt have the tracklist. So it īs a little tricky to use the material, having to search manually for the track I need.
Do you know if there īs a link where I can check the tracklist? Thanks. 

2 Aug 2015


SaraMariam
United States

If nobody can help you out,  maybe you can contact Longman Pearson directly and tell them you "lost" the tracklist, if they could send you something. If they have a good customer service, they should try to help you out.
http://www.pearsonelt.com/customersupport/contactus
Good luck :)

4 Aug 2015

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john2128
Brazil

House and Furniture Vocabulary Review   
 
http://www.coolenglish.net/#!word-sets/cj74
 
Check out this Home and Furniture review with 60 words, audio and flashcards 
 
 

2 Aug 2015

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domif
France

Really great !  and I īm sure my  students will love it ! Thanks so much for sharing your fantastic job !
 

4 Aug 2015

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isa2
Austria

WORD DEFINITION GAME   
 
Thanks to Sophia, I am the next in line to choose a word for you to define. Here it is:
 cockamamie
 
Let your imagination flow! What might this word mean?

A short reminder: Please do not look up the real definition. Try to make up a funny/witty definition of your own.
The crazier your entry, the higher your chances to win the cup ;-)
Have fun.

2 Aug 2015

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elderberrywine
Germany

You know what mummies are. Boring folk, all wrapped up in themselves. They sleep forever, so to speak. Mamie is another way of spelling mummy.
What used to wake up people in the past, at least in my part of the world? Cocks
So a cockamamie is a cock that crows so loud that he can even wake up mummies. 
 That was easy!

4 Aug 2015

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ueslteacher
Ukraine

WORD DEFINITION WINNER   
 
The winner is ISA2 with her very summerly definition (it īs summer in my part of the world now:)
That īs what people do in icecream-parlours in summer: they get themselves a frozen yoghurt (=fro-yo) and start frolicking all the way to the bottom of the cup. ;-) 
 
The actual meaning:
To FROLIC - to play and move around in a lively, happy way  
 
This will give you an idea what it īs like:)

2 Aug 2015

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Pretty3
Saudi Arabia

I need help .... watching movie online   
 
Hi, I am looking for websites to watch English movies with ENGLISH SUBTITLES . I found yesterday www.speechyard.com but unfortunately it is not free. I want free websites with English subtitles. These subtitles will help students to make learning English easier. Best regards :)

2 Aug 2015

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Pretty3
Saudi Arabia

I found Popcorn Time great. :-) Thanks a lot margaserranoflo. The rest thank you all for your help

4 Aug 2015

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gr8educator
Israel

in OR at   
 
I understand you can use in OR at when  talking  about a place.  I can work in the hotel OR I can work at the hotel. 
When speaking generally about a place of work which one would you use and WHY?  I need the rule to explain to a student. Thanks in advance.

2 Aug 2015

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SaraMariam
United States

Maybe this will help you a bit: http://www.learnersdictionary.com/qa/post-1397832222

2 Aug 2015

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