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fawzydridi
Tunisia

7th and 8th listening CD   
 
hi everyone
could you please send me the listening CD for 7th and 8th year in audio files....it īs urgent 
on my email: fawzydridi@gmail.fr 

23 Nov 2017

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ep89za
Greece

"this", "that" or either?   
 
Hello peeps,
 
A  question that has been bugging me for years:
 
In the following extract of an open cloze is "this", "that" or either the correct answer?
 
"...(a narration of an incident of a shark attack)... Other shark experts were unsurprised by the incident. They felt that something like _____________ was bound to happen."
 
If there is a difference in British and US English, please state it, too.
 
Much obliged.
 
Zoi. 

23 Nov 2017

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Jayho
Australia

Agree with THIS (but THAT is also possible)
 
Here īs a nice explanation from here
 
It can also be used to make the time frame seem more immediate. If a narrator is speaking about past events, īthis ī often puts the reader into the scene directly, while īthat ī often makes it feel like something more from the past. 

23 Nov 2017

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lailataik
Morocco

ideas for english club!   
 
Hello dear colleagues,
 
Any smart ideas for smart and enjoying activities for a school english club!
The students are beginners; 14 _ 15 years old; middle school and 1rst level of english!
Please be many to suggest  :-)
Thanks in advance.

23 Nov 2017


kohai
Latvia


Dear Laila,
Have you checked the Forum for ideas?
 
Good luck!
kohai 

23 Nov 2017

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Balkees32
Israel

looking for penpals   
 
hello dear teachers,
I am teaching junior high students ages 12-14 years old. looking for penpals for my motivated students.
 your students will have penpals from Israel. if you are interested please send me an email 
balkees32@gmail.com
thanks
 
Balkees 

23 Nov 2017

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Top resources   
 
I found a great ppt on here today.The House: where is Emily? An all time favourite of mine is this one by gourkhan and if I īd paid that fellow 10p every time I īve used this ppt, he would be able to retire a wealthy man! http://www.eslprintables.com/powerpoint.asp?id=42938#thetop
 
Would anyone like to share their favourite resources?
 
Lynne  

23 Nov 2017

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Sunshinenikki
Japan

Thank you cunliffe! I am glad that you like my PPT! Where is Emily? :-)

23 Nov 2017

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douglas
United States

Business Journey?   
 
Hi All,
 
 Yesterday I corrected a student and told him that, though not incorrect, it is not common to say "business journey". It is more common to say "business trip". After thinking about it, I got to wondering if it wasn īt a BrE AmE thing. So here is my question:
 
Is "business journey" commonly used in any part of the English speaking world?
 
Cheers,
Douglas
 
 

23 Nov 2017

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douglas
United States

Thanks you all, you confirmed my thoughts and suspicions. :)


I decided to go with this line of thought (partially plagiarized):

“A trip is along the lines of something done for fun/leisure or business, it’s usually quicker and more routine than a journey.

A journey is more like the Lord of the Rings, it usually implies difficult moments, perseverance, and growth


23 Nov 2017

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Antonio Oliver
Spain

My beloved conditionals   
 
Hi fellow teachers,
After so many years struggling to teach the rules of Grammar, I must now seek assistance from experts like you. Please look at this multiple choice question:
 

I have a test in the next class. Luckily, I have studied. If I ……… I ……… nervous.
a::) study - wouldn’t be
b::) am studying - haven’t felt
c::) studied - will not feel
d::) have studied - don’t get

 
 
My Answer Key says d) is correct. The other options are really bizarre, all right. But d) doesn īt sound good to me. Perhaps if it said "Because I have studied...?
 
All help welcome! 
Many thanks

22 Nov 2017

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Antonio Oliver
Spain

Thanks Bruce & Laminator!

22 Nov 2017

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kohai
Latvia

Caption Contest 21/11/17   
 
Thank you, Spinney, for choosing my caption. I was pleasantly surprised! 
 
Hereīs the new picture. Old and new members, experienced or not - everyone is welcome to join in. Letīs make each other smile! Letīs have fun together! Letīs try!? Why not?

   

21 Nov 2017

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Jayho
Australia

Hey Doc, I īve been feeling a little ruff lately

23 Nov 2017

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agagug
Canada

New Word for "Daffynition" 21/11/17   
 
Thank you MoodyMoody!
 
I just love this game! I also want to thank every participant for expending my English culture. Yeah! Here we want wit, goof, anything but an actual dictionary definition. 
 
This week, have fun with "macaronic".
 
I īll be picking up the winner this coming Monday.

21 Nov 2017

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douglas
United States

 
When a person is a "wet noodle" they are drab, lacking energy, and not really fun to be around ( a real sleeping pill).
 
Macaronni is a type of paste
 
Chronic  means something is persistnat or long term.
 
a macaronic is therefore, a chronically boring person (not the guy you want at your party).
 
Cheers,
Douglas

22 Nov 2017

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ldeloresmoore
China

FORMATTING NIGHTMARE   
 
Hi, Gang --- 
 
I īve been away a while, but I īm back. And, apparently, in my absence I became an idiot. 
 
I īm now doing materials for primary school text books, and I put together a nice little worksheet for modals. 
 
http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=920626#this 
 
Problem is, when I open it on my computer? It looks great. When I upload it here? The formatting gets all out of whack, nothing lines up right, and all my beautiful work is for naught. 
 
Help???  Any thoughts or suggestions? What am I doing wrong? 
 
Thanks in advance. 
 
Dee 

21 Nov 2017

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Antonio Oliver
Spain

Hi,
 
I agree with Giorgi that an older Word versión may help -at least it sometimes fixes my WS when I have a similar problem to that described.
 
But, the link isn īt working, Bruce is right.
 
How about a screenshot pasted onto Word? It īs a cheap job but if the quality is good enough all of us will be able to use it, if not edit it.
 
Hope you can fix it 

22 Nov 2017

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