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Well, well ,well, I won! Itï¿½s a long time since that happened, so thank you, Monique, who, by the way, is a fine artist. I think it was the free linguistic joke I included that swung it for me, so I am going to repeat it.
Four men, an Englishman, A Frenchman, a Spaniard and a Dutchman are having a Zoom meeting with their boss. ï¿½Can you see me? the boss asks. Yes, oui, si, ja. Now then, I am just going to copy and paste a picture. Fingers crossed! Here goes! So, assuming I am successful, letï¿½s have your captions, please! Did it! Easy-peasy, lemon squeazy!
Name 5 things...
Students write and share 5 things from different categories (e.g favourite foods).There are many topics to choose from. Students can use this template as a discussion point to share with their classmates.
Level: elementary Age: 10-15 Downloads: 3
Read the text and complete the worksheet about feral children.
This document raises the question on whether feral children are fact or fiction. This topic speaks to the imagination
Level: intermediate Age: 14-17 Downloads: 6