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joannajs
Poland

Sound in Million Pound Drop Game?   
 
Dear Admins,
 
I guess that once upon a time Million Pound Drop online game was supported by music attached to it. Same with the Hangman game (sounds). Now there isn īt any in any of the games I created. Was there any change?
 
thanx,
 
joanna 

22 Feb 2018

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class centre
Belarus

in or at the lesson?   
 
dear teachers! please! very urgent! in the lesson or at the lesson?
what did we study in/at the last lesson?
thanks in advance.
 

22 Feb 2018

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class centre
Belarus

Thanks a lot, FrauSue. Is there any explanation for that? Or just to remember?
Anyway, you saved me. 
Natasha

22 Feb 2018

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kohai
Latvia

Thank You and Happy Birthday!   
 
To Dear Les Douglas (ldthemagicman):
 
I think I īm not the only one who admires your wisdom, wit and tolerance and wants to
thank you for the smiles, laughter and help that you share so generously.
 
Happy Birthday, Dear Friend.
 
From me, from Jeeves and from... (Time will tell.) 
 
Ruta, aka, kohai

22 Feb 2018

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ccchangch
Peru

22 Feb 2018

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nounaone
France

i need help    
 
Hello everyone! 
please any ideas about how to  teach  the sounds / ʃ /, / /and                /k/ correctly consolidating vocabulary related to health, food and body parts.
waiting u help
thanks in advance

21 Feb 2018

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FrauSue
France

I like sentences which use minimal pairs or triples.
Related to your topic, you could make up sentences with the following groups:
sherry - cherry - Kerry
shoulder - colder 
she īs - cheese
back - bash - batch
chicken - kitchen
shin - chin 
cut - shut
watch - wash - walk (To be healthy, you should not watch too much TV; It īs better to go for a walk. It īs also important to wash your hands regularly to avoid catching a cold.)
catch - cash 
 
etc.
 
You can do this as a dictation exercise (pupils listen to teacher) or as a paired dictation between pupils.
You could challenge pupils to write a homework text using as many of the words as possible. 

22 Feb 2018

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mjmo67
Iran

The indefinite article "a"   
 
Hi dear colleagues!
 
Which of the following sentences do you consider correct?
 
  1. I need a haircut and a shave?
 
  2. I need a haircut and shave?
 
Thanks so much in advance!

20 Feb 2018

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Jayho
Australia

I need a haircut and shave is perfectly natural, as is the correct grammatical form. Both are used and accepted.
 
These interesting threads elaborate on this topic, particularly the last entry on the second thread.
 
1.   https://forum.wordreference.com/threads/can-several-nouns-share-one-article.1542128/
 
2.   https://forum.wordreference.com/threads/repeat-indefinite-article-use-a-strawberry-an-apple-or-a-cranberry.2528143/
 
Cheers
 
Jayho 
 
 
 
 

21 Feb 2018

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mrcase
Japan

Video Lessons Worksheets and Ideas   
 
I īve put a few new lesson plans up on my blog I īd like to share. Feel free to use and share.  Any feedback is more than welcome. 
 
 
Thanks!
 
Stephen 

20 Feb 2018

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elt_yasmin
Turkey

How to teach vocabulary   
 
Hello to  all,
I need your opinions about teaching vocabulary. This term I changed my school and there are 6 more teachers of English at this school. They make the students write each word 5 times. Now I īm confused because I īve never used such kind of technique and students are always asking me "teacher won īt we write the whole vocabulary 5 times?" As there are teachers from all over the world here, I wanted to ask you about this situation. Do you do the same thing? and what do you think about it? Please share your ideas. Important for me because all the others do it at my school now. Thank you

20 Feb 2018

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vanialalface
Portugal

I actually do this with my primary students, but they write the words only 3 times! I teach them the how to do it in Challenge mode, otherwise they will just copy it and get bored! So the 1st time they will copy it, then cover and try the 2nd time on their own, uncover to check, cover again and write it for the 3rd time. I preteach this method in class but ask them to do this at home, for it is very timeconsuming. Since they are very young students, writing at a different pace (often slow) and usually still dealing with difficulties in their own mother tongue, I feel this has been a fairly good strategy, helping them to consolidate writing and the memory of that word. Drawing a picture, whenever possible helps a lot too.
Crosswords and wordsearches are great! I had a colleague that offered her young learners not just 1 wordsearchbut a party of 5-6, one at a time, and they loved it! Really helps attention and concentration!

21 Feb 2018

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spied-d-aignel
France

technical problem   
 
Hi ,just a question to the geeks up there, I have created a new document  reorganizing and using images from  a previous document and as the size of the previous document was below 600 ko, the new arragement makes it way over 2000 ko!!!! I have tried compressing the pictures but to no avail. Any ideas? someeone? Thanks Sylvie

20 Feb 2018

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karagozian
France

I am looking forward to see the result. Thanks in advance.

21 Feb 2018

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FilipaCorreia
Portugal

Email pals   
 
Hello everyone! I ´m a teacher in Portugal and I am looking for some email pals for my students. They are around 12 years old (3rd year of English as a second language). I would like them to write some emails, but also make some online conversation sessions if possible, via Skype for example!  Please contact me if you īre interested!

19 Feb 2018


grasis
Brazil

What about exchange letters? 

19 Feb 2018

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apayala
Spain

For as a conjuction   
 
Is It acceptable or old-fashioned? What do you think? Thanks and regards Ana

19 Feb 2018

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Moonlightmile
Argentina

HI EVERYONE!
 
I have a doubt... can you please tell me if both sentences are correct? and if they were correct, is there any difference in meaning?
 
1) It doesn īt matter how slow you go, as long as you keep going...
 
2) It doesn`t matter how slowLY you go...
 
Thanks in advance! :)
 
 

22 Feb 2018

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