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tommy1996
Vietnam

vocab   
 
please hel me with choosing the right word:
an industry/ industrial and business center?
thanks 

22 Oct 2018

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maryse peyé
France

Caption competition Teresa   
 



teresasimoes
Portugal

Thanks again, maryse peyé.
Here is my picture for your witty captions.
Don´t forget your pumpkins for Halloween.
Have fun!
Teresa

22 Oct 2018



douglas
United States

It would probably be best if you presented this picture in a new thread, but until then, here ´s my input:
"Brace yourself, Halloween is coming!"

22 Oct 2018

22 Oct 2018

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redcamarocruiser
United States

Glee is being chosen to be a Jack-o-lantern, instead of baked into a pumpkin pie.

22 Oct 2018

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dawnmain
United Kingdom

looking for Flyers Listening Sample 2014 volume 1    
 
Hello
Im finding it impossible to find the audio for the Flyers Sample test 2014 volume 1.
The links all go to the 2018 audio.
 
By any chance, does anyone have the track  or know where I can get it?
 
thanks in advance
Dawn 

22 Oct 2018

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tommy1996
Vietnam

text   
 
Please tell mew what  the main idea of the text is.
 Britain is now a highly industrialized country and there are only 238,000 farms in the UK. More and more farmersleave the land because they can not earn enough money to survive. Only large farms are economic and because of thismost British farm are big. They usually grow cereals in the east of England and raise sheep and cowsin the north ofEngland and Scotland. The small family farms often have to earn more money by offering bed and breakfastaccommodation to tourists.
Farming methods in Britain have also changed. Fields used to be quite small, divided by hedges which weresometimes a thousand years old and full of wild flowers and birds. Many hedges were pulled up to allow farmers to usemordern machinery. Now most fields in England are large by European standards.

thanks
 

21 Oct 2018

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Just a comment: it ´s a tragedy. 

22 Oct 2018

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noor aeni
Indonesia

STEM LESSON PLAN   
 
Hi everybody. Let me introduce myself. I am Noor Aeni, an English teacher from Indonesia. I am curious about STEM and I want to know how to apply it in my English teaching learning. Can anybody help me to share ´STEM LESSON PLAN ´  so that I can learn about it.  Thanks a lot.

21 Oct 2018

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Teaching adults   
 
Hello friends,
So I am on my cruise,  teaching adults Italian. I only have to do an hour a day and my resources are wonderful, if I say so myself!  - but, there are fifty or so students, no desks, just chairs and I am standing at the front, with a microphone attached as the background noise, including air conditioning is so loud. They are all over fifty, most much older, so Splat! etc is not suitable. They seem reluctant to do role plays. I ´ve done odd one out, match up etc, but just on powerpoint.... Well, any ideas to liven this up? 
 
Lynne  

21 Oct 2018

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Thank you again, friends. There is plenty here for me to be working with. And thanks to Dale for sending me his ready-made games. 

22 Oct 2018

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xbassemx
Tunisia

SKYPE STUDENT MEETING   
 
Hi there, I am looking for teachers willing to leave the stage for their pupils to communicate openly with colleagues from TUNISIA (via SKYPE ....)
I teach pupils aged 13-17. For those who are really interested it would be an honor for me to cooperate and come up with something from outside the box. Details about how, when .... are left for discussion.

21 Oct 2018


sawsen abid
Tunisia

hi, i ´m sawsen abid, a teacher at khaznadar pioneer prep school, i ´ m into the idea of e twinning locally; contact me via messenger or facebook and we can share things and ideas

22 Oct 2018

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ldthemagicman
United Kingdom

Word Of the Day. 21 October 2018.   
 
Dear Maryse,
 
The WOD Competition.
 
Thank you, Maryse, for choosing me as Winner, and congratulations to all the other entrants.

Defervescence


This is the new WOD.
 
Please, I want to see some silly suggestions circumscribe these syllables sufficiently, by describing a deft, daft, daffy definition.
 
In plain English ... give us an INCORRECT definition of this word ... NOT a correct dictionary definition.
 
It can be funny, or weird, or poetic, or political, or tropical, or topical or ´mockable ´ ... YOU CHOOSE!
 
I will decide the Winner after we have enough entries.
 
Best of luck!
 
Les Douglas

21 Oct 2018

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redcamarocruiser
United States

Deferescence is a question parents and music teachers ask teens when they play their music too loud.
 
It is pronounced as "Deaf or essence?" It means, "Do you want to go deaf or enjoy the essence of the music?"  

22 Oct 2018

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maryse peyé
France

You are the winner of the world of the day competition !   
 
Who ? Who ? Who ?
 
Sorry I can ´t help... choosing Les once more ! I love his definition for AGASTOPIA.
 
https://www.eslprintables.com/forum/topic.asp?id=55115
 
The true meaning of the word is : admiration (maybe a little bit exaggerated) of a particular part of the body (particularly if it is a woman ´s body).
 
So dear Les (by the way I DO love your caption for my picture !) Thanks for your yummy sense of humour and all the laughter you give us. 
 
Now this is your turn fo find a "delicious" word for us.
 
SpookyLes brainstorming for all and bloody (Mary) on next 31st October.
 
Sweet hugs to Les and all of you.
 
Maryse. 

21 Oct 2018

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maryse peyé
France

Winner of the caption competition   
 
All right ! All right !
 
Here is the winner of the caption competition and many many thanks for the good laughter I had.
 
https://www.eslprintables.com/forum/topic.asp?id=55128
 
But the only winner is Teresa  with :
 
When you knock at your neighbour´s door and say: "Trick or treat", this is what you´ll get. So don´t have dinner at home.
 
I swear I will cook some monster spaghetti diabolognese GRR BRR SHH !!! ZZZ GRR... and I invite all of you ! Will you come on Halloween next 31st October at Midnight in my Hell Castle ? With the most awful costume of course !
 
Your turn dear Teresa.
 
Hugs to all.
 
Maryse. 

21 Oct 2018

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douglas
United States

It would probably be best if you presented this picture in a new thread, but until then, here ´s my input:
 
"Brace yourself, Halloween is coming!"
 

22 Oct 2018

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