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crispego
Spain

Have got or to have got?   
 
Good afternoon everyone! I have a doubt when enunciating the verb have got. I īm not sure if I should say "have got" or "to have got" in infinitive. Thanks in advance and have a good weekend!

22 May 2015

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Gi2gi
Georgia

"will" for present habits   
 
I was wondering, how common is it to use will for present habits? Like in the sentences below: She īll have a cup of tea every morning and then go out for a stroll. (She does it regularly in the present, "will" does not refer to the future). And another one: She will enter the room with her dirty shoes on (I guess, the "will" here in its full, uncontracted form suggests the speaker īs annoyance to someone īs present habit). I would love to hear your comments if my conclusions are correct and about how common is such a structure in your dialect...

22 May 2015

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yanogator
United States

You īre welcome, Georgi, but I would recommend seeing what the British English crowd has to say first.

Bruce
 

22 May 2015

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Elina21
Greece

Tiddler   
 
Dear all!
 
It seems that the sneaky war some people prefer has no end!!! I just got a report from the administrator that my worksheet on Tiddler story was reported for breaking the rules of this site. I uploaded it about a year ago and it īs perfectly legitimate as it is not a copy, it is a worksheet made for an authentic literary text, not an ESL resource, and I find it quite obvious that after I have reported another member of this site for having it copied and uploaded it, now it īs my turn to have a reported worksheet. 
 
I am pretty sure, as I trust the moderators here, that they will understand tha scam behind this report and that they will bring justice in order to defend the innocent contributors of this site.
 
I will appreciate your comment as I feel quite angry at this moment and I really don īt know how to express myself without insulting myself first...
 
I have read throughout the years that it īs very difficult to reach Victor, the administrator, in private messages, so I really hope he īs reading the messages in the forum.
 

22 May 2015

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Elina21
Greece

Ok, I īll do that... Thank you for your help.

22 May 2015

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Elina21
Greece

Tiddler worksheet by my Spanish colleague eserober90@hotmail.com    
 
Dear all!
 
I have many times stated that I feel lucky to be a member of this site in which I find incredible resources for my classes and also am able to share my ideas on worksheets with you. I thank all of you who have downloaded my worksheets and for your kind comments. I would also like to thank my Spanish colleague eserober who had the nerve to upload MY worksheet on the book TIDDLER, as his own. I feel quite flattered that he liked it so much as to upload the rebus story again and help everybody remember it. The only adaptation was to delete the second exercise from page two. Does this give him the right to say that the worksheet is his? Or is he really a "rober" as half of the nick suggests...???
 
I haven īt reported it yet as I would like everybody to check it and see it for yourselves. That kind of actions makes me feel sad for teachers who try hard to make something original whereas others just do whatever they feel like, without considering anything... 
 
I will report the worksheet later... Thank you for your attention!

22 May 2015

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Elina21
Greece

  The copy of Tiddler is withdrawn. I īll take this an apology...

22 May 2015

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Maroune
Sri Lanka

on my free time / in my free time   
 
Dear colleagues
I need your help and thx a lot in advance.
Which of these phrases is more accurate . On my free time/ in my free time.
Have a nice day/night 

22 May 2015


cunliffe
United Kingdom

In my free time/ in my spare time.

22 May 2015

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Y.T.A
Egypt

Pronounced e at the end ....   
 
Hi dear friends 
 
   i need a list of the words that have pronounced e at the end  like { recipe ......
 
best regards  

21 May 2015

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mariec
Spain

 Found these on internet.

 
Words with a bit of foreignisms.

 

Japanese: karate

Spanish: coyote, adobe, abalone, guacamole, machete, tamale, apache

French: cliche, resume, café, saute, forte, passe, protege,canape, toupee, touche, Renee, Rene

Italian: provolone

Greek: hyperbole, epitome, acme, sesame, catastrophe, apostrophe, syncope, apocope, Aphrodite, Nike, Penelope, Calliope, Terpsichore, Gethsemane, Persephone, Tempe

Latin: anemone, simile, recipe, acne, agave, extempore

  

22 May 2015

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EdileiReis
Brazil

I cannot send a printable    
 
Hello,
 
I īm newbie here and I need help. I īve just signed in; Therefore I do īnt have point and can not downloads until I send something. However, every time I try to send a printable an error accour. Is that temporary? Are there other ways for me to send my files?
 
Thanks for any help.

21 May 2015


Apodo
Australia

 Welcome to ESL Prinatbles!
 
Read the instructions and check that you are sending the correct type of Word file, and that the size is not too large.
 

21 May 2015

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almaz
United Kingdom

Caption Competition Redux   
 
Caption Comp...one more day
 
 
 
 
 Previous entries here:
 

21 May 2015

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Happy Larry. Not a care in the world, despite his predicament. Wish I could be like that.

22 May 2015

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Goodboyboy
Brazil

Doubt on some and any - please help me   
 
Hello, I am confused...
 
Which is the correct question???
 
- Would you like any money?
 
or
 
- Would you loke some money?
 
--- In my opinion, when I use would together with like, it classifies an offer, so ... I should use some, but... 

21 May 2015

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Goodboyboy
Brazil

Thank you

22 May 2015

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wizardsoulmile
Egypt

skills 5    
 
 
 good evening  everybody , I hope you īll help me in this issue 
 
making inference 
 
Identifying the referents for pronoun
 
 analyzing the written information 
 
understanding the information not explicit stated
 
identifying the word meaning 
 
 
what are  the questions represent  these skills ?
 
 when I begin to read I thought they were all followed  the analyzing the written information skill because students  have to read and analyze the information to understand , classify,  and guess  till they get  the answer .  when I continue my readings   I became confused ;  these skills are part of making inference skill not analyzing . I sometimes feel they are the same and sometimes they are  different . May you help me in my confusion by giving examples ?
 
waiting your help 
 
 
 
 
 

21 May 2015

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