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English powerpoint: "IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS" Number 9

Attractive Presentation in a Series of Everyday Idioms, for Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. Completely Automatic, so Teacher can relax for 10 minutes. Learn ´real English´. Have fun!

 Level:elementary
Age: +5
 Format: PowerPoint
 Downloads:46
5 out of 5, rated by 2 teachers

Copyright © 14/5/2017  Leslie Douglas
Publication or redistribution of any part of this document is forbidden without authorization of the copyright owner.



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Comments:


maryse peyé
France

          posted by maryse peyé 20170515
Thanks and thanks again for such a new sweet treat !


olena linchuk
Ukraine

          posted by olena linchuk 20170515
I appreciate your work!


morenopalomares
Spain

          posted by morenopalomares 20170515
Addicted to your fantastic contributions.


Ekaterina69
Russian Federation

Thanks!          posted by Ekaterina69 20170515
I like your work!


kohai
Latvia

          posted by kohai 20170515
You ARE in my good books, dear Les.
Thank you for sharing!


kohai
Latvia

Thank you very much!          posted by kohai 20170515
P.S. I´d love to know how common the use of the questions like "Have you a cat?" and "Had you a cat?" is. Are they fine both for spoken and written English? Till now I thought that only "Have you got a cat?" and "Do you have a cat?" are correct.


medderraz
Morocco

One very Big Thank you, dear Les :) :) :)           posted by medderraz 20170515