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I am confused   
How often do you see them? What is the function of this utterance please?

28 Nov 2020

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need some help   
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27 Nov 2020

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You´ll need to be a little more specific, please. What kind of help do you need?

27 Nov 2020

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I am looking for penfriends... from an English speaking country would be great. My students are aged 12-14.
Please let me know if anyone is interested, 
have a nice week-end, 

27 Nov 2020


Me and my students can be your penfriends. let me know more. [email protected]

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Adjectives ending in ING and ED | Participle adjectives   
Dear Colleagues.
I am glad to share with you my new video. Feel free to use it and share it.

27 Nov 2020

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Great ! Thanks a lot for sharing.

28 Nov 2020

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

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Great explanation!

25 Nov 2020

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

24 Nov 2020


There is a cas, isn´t there?

24 Nov 2020

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If you have a general idea of what you are looking for, then you can try searching in Google, then you should be able to view the worksheets. For example search "Daily Routines" Eslprintables,  in ´all´, then click on the link. If that doesn´t work, then do the same, but this time search ´images´ not ´all´.  Works for me in Chrome.

25 Nov 2020

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

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Thanks again! 

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

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United States

Great link Savilla (love Grammar Girl)..thanks

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

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