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LadyT87
Austria

Help needed please   
 
Hello there,
 
could you please help me out with this one:
 
Which one is correct:
 
the risk of their/them declining the deal...?
 
As far as I know gerunds work with possessives (thus "their" should be correct), but I´ve come across (native?) speakers using "them" instead, which sounds fine, too. That´s why I´d like to hear your expert opinions, thank you!
 
kr

9 Dec 2019

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almaz
United Kingdom

Yes, both are perfectly acceptable – although there are ill-informed sticklers and pedants who will insist that the possessive and only the possessive is correct with the gerund. The entry for the ´possessive with gerund´ in Merriam-Webster´s Dictionary of English Usage (the finest usage guide around, in my opinion) concludes with:
 
"This construction, both with and without the possessive, has been used in writing for about 300 years. Both forms have been used by standard authors. Both forms have been called incorrect, but neither is." 
 
The MWDEU authors also make the point that much of the confusion arises from the tendency of traditional grammar teachers to graft Latin grammar rules onto English.
 
And talking of Latin, many modern grammarians and linguists reject the notion of ´gerund´ as a separate sub-category in English grammar – preferring the label gerund-participle or, more simply, -ing participle. Come to think of it, you will be hard pushed to find the term gerund listed as a distinct form in any half-decent English grammar book these days.
 
 
 
 
 
 

10 Dec 2019

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maryse peyé
France

Christmas stories to share !   
 
https://americanliterature.com/christmas-stories-for-children
 
Good readings with your children and your pupils !
 
Snowy hugs.
 
Maryse 

7 Dec 2019


karagozian
France

Thank you Maryse. End of years are so exciting. I wish you all the best. End of school years are sometimes a bit hectic though I remember.

8 Dec 2019

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yuyujo
Colombia

TH sound pronunciation video   
 
 Hello, dear colleagues
I just wanted to share my most recent video devoted to explain the TH sound pronunciation. Hope it is useful. You are all welcome to watch, subscribe, and share it.
Thank you very much. 

7 Dec 2019

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chrabonsc
Poland

Help   
 
Hello I have a problem with a phrase
 
 What�s wrong with Ana ? Could hear her .... crying ... last nigth.
 
Why it can�t be ...cry... ?

4 Dec 2019

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chrabonsc
Poland

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR RESPONSES :)))

5 Dec 2019

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harelyta
Peru

A song for the ending school year   
 
Hello dear teachers from different countries. Long time no write here..but tiday I need help. In Perú we almost finish the school year and we have a ceremony to end the year. Please my high school students have to sing a song, Ichise ine from the 80�s ob la di ob la da but I�m not sure. Which song would recommend, please.need ideas..rhanks in advance...bye bye

3 Dec 2019

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harelyta
Peru

Thank youuuu very much

7 Dec 2019

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harelyta
Peru

A song for the ending school year   
 
Hello dear teachers from different countries. Long time no write here..but tiday I need help. In Perú we almost finish the school year and we have a ceremony to end the year. Please my high school students have to sing a song, Ichise ine from the 80�s ob la di ob la da but I�m not sure. Which song would recommend, please.need ideas..rhanks in advance...bye bye

3 Dec 2019

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douglas
United States

Alice Cooper: School´s Out  :)
 

9 Dec 2019

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Pretty3
Saudi Arabia

thankful to or thankful for   
 
Hi
Is it correct to say  
 
thankful to our government  ?
 
or should we say thankful to our government ?
 
 
Thank you 

3 Dec 2019


cunliffe
United Kingdom

Hi Pretty, we should be thankful to our government if they have done something specific. e.g. We are thankful to our government  for keeping us safe. We should be thankful for our government stands on its own. It just means it is a blessing, a good thing to have a government.  If that´s what you mean.... 

3 Dec 2019

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zvonka.rink
Slovenia

Help needed   
 
Dear colleagues,
 
I struggle again with a transformation made by a student on a recent test.
 My sentence to transform was:
 
Harlitt�s chocolate factory has closed down. It used to employ over a thousand people. 
 
and students were given a key word : EMPLOYING
 
I expected the sentence either with a relative or participle clause:
 
Harlitt�s chocolate factory, (which was ) employing over a thousand people, has closed down.
 
I also got the answer:
 
Employing over one thousand people, Harlitt�s chocolate factory has closed down. 
 
 Is this grammatically acceptable and is the meaning still the same?
 
Thank you in advance for your help. 

2 Dec 2019

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ldthemagicman
United Kingdom

I suggest:
 
"Harlitt´s chocolate factory, which had been employing over a thousand people, has closed down".
 
Les Douglas

3 Dec 2019

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lilufes
Indonesia

which one is correct?   
 
Hi, everyone! Please suggest which one is correct:
a. Write the names of the pictures below. 
b. Write the names of the picture below. 
Please note that there are many pictures to be labelled.
 
If we are about to ask students to make a list, what should we order them to do?
a.  Write down . . .
b. Write . . .
 
Thank you for your help. 

1 Dec 2019

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lilufes
Indonesia

thank you very much for your help. have a nice day!

2 Dec 2019

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alexziaa
France

About movies ?    
 
Please guys, name the motivational movies at the secondary school pupils should watch together ?  
Thank you.

30 Nov 2019

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lyna_09
Morocco

hi
how about the movie "akeelah and the bee".
interesting especially if you want to conduct spelling bee competition with your students.otherwise i advise you to play the movie "wonder" and you can have a post discussion about the importance of kindness in our world.
cheers
 
 
 
 

30 Nov 2019

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