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Hello, I am an English teacher from Tunisia, I teach middle school pupils and I am looking for teachers who are interested in starting a partnership with me and my classrooms. My pupils are aged 12 to 15 and I really want them to communicate in English with teenagers their age. If you are interested, you can send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I īve been taking an important course and, unfortunately, I missed the last classes because I was hospitalized. Now I īm down in the dumps and don īt have a clue about the content. Could you please, please, please help me solve this quiz? I īll be really grateful! <3
1) - Dead-beat, bored stupid and bang up-to-date would be heard at the
following spoken levels of register, BUT FOR...
2) - Cockney English is a famous rhyming slang used by working class
Londoners. How would a speaker from that region say the sentence MAKE SURE TO
UPLOAD THE PHOTOS ON FACEBOOK?
make sure to
upload the photos on Thomas and Cook
make sure to
upload the photos on lots of luck
make sure to
upload the photos on terror and spook
make sure to
upload the photos on filth and muck
3) - While proofreading a translated business report, you come across
the following sentence - MachRun and its subsidiaries REPORTED A STRONG
INCREASE IN PROFITS in the 2009-2010 period. A more appropriate collocation for the words
in capitals would be...
4) - Academic English uses more formal or official registers, more
sophisticated Latin-based words and unique word combinations. For example, in
the sentence - The results cast doubt on the findings published by Norwegian
scientists - the phrase CAST DOUBT ON means...
5) - A headline like "THE RIGHT REPUBLICAN"...
is an example
of a pun
in a tabloid
is part of a
6) - The word GENDER is used to form modern compounds that illustrate
social conceptions about male or female. Choose the alternative below that is
NOT a gender compound
7) - According to class-driven language, British upper class members
would refer to lunch as...
8) - The concept of false friends also occurs between varieties of the
same language. What is NOT a motivating factor for this phenomenon is...
9) - Which typical British expression would be the American equivalent
of THERE YOU HAVE IT?
Bob īs your
On your bike!
10) - The difference between VARIETY and DIALECT is basically determined
to be understood by speakers from different regions or countries
the level of
proximity in terms of lexis and syntax with the standard language
from the country or region where the standard form originated
the level of socio-cultural
independence its speakers may show to have
11) - When used in headlines, the words AX, BLAST, CURB mean...
12) - Global English, International English, Globish, English as a
Lingua Franca are...
dialects that have come about due to globalization
used to refer
to the same non-native form of the language
English spoken in English language classrooms
less lexically complex forms of Spoken English
13) - Which of these words usually collocates with COMPETITIVE?
14) - Online English, or what is now known as Leetspeak, although a
written form, is considered a representation of spoken English. A possible
definition of it would be...
a secret code
of random letters
of computer symbols
a range of
a set of
numbers, letters and phonetic symbols
15) - English speakers from different regions use the same word, but
with different meanings. These differences may NOT lead to...
As a native English speaker, I hereby endeavour to cause harmonious mischief to the nethers of the perfidious arse quencher who saw fit to write such a blatantly midwife-spruiking test. Seriously, what an absolute dickhead!
I agree with cuderdavis , I always teach them the direct object and then the indirect object . Just a hint if it helps : if you ask "what" to the verb you īll get the direct object ( I sent a letter to John . A letter is direct object cause it answers to the question what did you send ?) You īll get the indirect object if you ask "to whom" ) In the same sentence , John is the indirect object (who did you send the letter ?) Well , I hope it helps . Flori
Hello! I would like to know how to keep the fonts which Microsoft Word doesn īt include (I mean fonts downloaded from the internet) when you upload a worksheet or a PowerPoint.
I īve seen here many worksheets with cute fonts and I would really like my worksheets to keep the same fonts with which I designed them, because when I upload the worksheets, the fonts just change to normal ones.
Thank you in advance. Any help will be appreciated.
mfraczek do you use docx files? If you do, then I know why you have problems. This site has some problems with accepting docx files. Victor said he would see what the problem is. Anyway try to save your document as doc and then sent it-that īs how it īs going to appear here ( if that is the problem).
hi everyone! I don īt know if i īm posting in the right category so if not, let me know and i īll move my message. Here is my problem : i īve been teaching for oh, 15 years now and i īm really fed up with the "introduce yourself" lesson to start a new school year (and i guess my pupils must be as well!). i īm looking for ideas to spice things up a bit for my intermediate to upper intermediate students and create a new atmosphere in the english class right for the first days of september. thanx for your help
many thanks to all of you for sharing your ideas! I like the skittles related lesson (but maybe this is because i īm greedy!). I liked the anonymous friend as well but unfortunately i won īt have the opportunity to have a pic of the students before the big day so, i īll keep this idea for another time!
Choose one of the relatives in the boxes.
Level: intermediate Age: 10-16 Downloads: 17
Past Perfect Tense Test
This is a test I made for my 8th grade students. It evaluates past perfect tense structure, regular and irregular verbs in participle and reading comprehention. Hope will be useful for you too.
Thanks !!! :)
Level: elementary Age: 10-100 Downloads: 7
Months and seasons
This activity is so easy. The student must write the months in the correct seasons.
Level: elementary Age: 9-12 Downloads: 28
Role play. Students arrange their own accommodation.It would be great if they could arrange it. There wouldnīt be so many complaints about the room, food,entertainment,e tc.There are three hotels and at the end they have to vote and choose the one which suits them. Hope you find it useful. Have a nice day.
Level: intermediate Age: 14-100 Downloads: 20
A. AN, THE, FEW, A FEW, LITTLE, A LITTLE
Level: intermediate Age: 12-100 Downloads: 4
Oral Language- Tell me about your day
Cut out and laminate the cards to use as an oral language activity, provoking students to describe different aspects of their day, using the personal pronoun I and the past tense. The cards are left face down on the table. Each child picks up a card and answers the question. Children have to use descriptive language and full sentences rather than o...
Level: elementary Age: 7-11 Downloads: 4
weather and seasons
MCQ task in which learners are asked to choose the correct word according to the picture
Level: intermediate Age: 12-15 Downloads: 69