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gharbi2009
Tunisia

lie or lay   
 
should we say lie on the beach or lay on the beach?

24 Nov 2020


Henninger
Germany

lay is the past form of lie. let me give you an example: You want to say that it happened last weekend. Then you write: I lay on the beach. If you want to say that sentence in the present, you would say: I lie on the beach. Oh an just for your information "lie" has two meanings: 1. you are in a horizontal position (you lie on the beach or in a bed). 2. you are not telling the truth. I hope I could help you :)

24 Nov 2020

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tommy1996
Vietnam

There   
 
Please write for me tag question in this case " There is a car,....." Thanks

24 Nov 2020


s.lefevre
Brazil

There is a cas, isnt there?

24 Nov 2020

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LadyZombie
Japan

Download option missing?   
 
Are downloads missing for anyone else? 

I have refreshed, cleared cache, checked that I am logged in, etc. but the download button has disappeared for me! 

23 Nov 2020


valodra
France

It is not working with Edge, but ot is OK with Firefox ;-)

24 Nov 2020

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yuyujo
Colombia

The present simple in affirmative form (Explanation)   
 
Hello
A bilingual video on my channel. You are invited to subscribe and share. :) Thanks
 

23 Nov 2020

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hamzamine
Tunisia

Make vs take a decision   
 
Which is more correct make or take a decision?

22 Nov 2020

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douglas
United States

I had this discussion with some advanced students and was surprised to learn that "take a decision" is also correct in many parts of the world--just not in American English (AE). So now I have allowed it into my personal vocabulary as well--kind of like "at the weekend".
 

23 Nov 2020

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Caption competition   
 
Well, well ,well, I won! It�s 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. �Can 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, let�s have your captions, please! Did it! Easy-peasy, lemon squeazy! 
 
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21 Nov 2020

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Gurnoor
Switzerland

No no no! I called dibs on the lemon meringue first! 

24 Nov 2020

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carme sammut
Malta

eFFECTIVE professional developments   
 
I need links or resources about effective professional developlment  thanks loads 

21 Nov 2020

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omaxios
Morocco

DOES THIS HAPPEN TO ANY OF YOU   
 
 EVERY TIME I TRY TO SEARCH NEW WORKSHEET THE UPLOADS DON�T SHOW THE LESSON IMAGES, DOES THIS HAPPEN TO ANYONE OF YOU?
 

20 Nov 2020

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rossman2
Peru

Thanks a lot I tried with Microsoft edge now I can visualize them 
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20 Nov 2020

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red_beet
Poland

SITES FOR PRACTICING SPEAKING WITH REAL-LIFE PEOPLE   
 
I WOULD BE GRATEFUL IF YOU COULD LET ME KNOW ABOUT ANY SITES THAT WOULD LET MORE ADVANCED STUDENTS PRACTICE ORAL DEVELOPMENT WITH REAL-LIFE PEOPLE.

20 Nov 2020

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loozackteacher
Poland

Sprbuj, https://www.livemochas.com/ wiele językw, native speakerzy. Kiedyś ang.pl oferowało opcję rozmw przez skype nie wiem czy dziś to działa. Pozdrawiam

23 Nov 2020

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john2128
Brazil

FRYS SIGHT WORD ACTIVITY   
 
 
Here is a set of games based on Frys sight words. I give my students one point for hearing the missing words correctly and one point for correct pronunciation of the phrase. I hope your students have fun with it and would love to know what you think about the exercise in general. Thanks
 
 

20 Nov 2020

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Gurnoor
Switzerland

I just checked out your site. Its great! Thank you! :)

24 Nov 2020

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