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ldthemagicman
United Kingdom

Caption Competition   
 
Caption Competition 11/12/2018
 
Thank you Maryse Peyé for selecting me as Winner. This competition is great for increasing your Word-Power ... PLUS it brings recognition to your country. 
 
"What do you make of this picture?"
 
Give us your CAPTIONS ... Witty; Stupid; Ditty; Cupid; Sad or Bashful; Mad or Trashful; Old or Youthful; Cold or Truthful; Send it in; ´Cos you could win; And be the Toast; From Coast to Coast.
 
Come on! Get writing! I ´m waiting for your entries, please.
 
Les Douglas 
 
 
 
 
 
 

11 Dec 2018


redcamarocruiser
United States

Some things never change like our love.

11 Dec 2018

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Hamidou2008
Morocco

Letter exchange project   
 
Hi everyone, I am looking for schools willing to start a letter exchange project with 13/15 years old Moroccan class. Regards

11 Dec 2018

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anezob
Poland

Christmas Exchange Cards   
 
Hi guys,
I ´m a teacher from Poland. I teach Year 1-6.
Would you be interested in exchanging Christmas Cards- hand made with short wishes.
I know that we don ´t have much time but if we prepared and sent the cards this week (till Friday), I think they would arrive at our schools before Christmas.
What do you think? Let me know,

Best regards,
Bozena

11 Dec 2018

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Richard K
Latvia

A useful resource   
 

I have come across this site accidently https://lv.holaquiz.com/

There are simple questions and the majority is also accompanied with images.

My students liked it. I thought that others teachers might also find it handy.
Richard 

11 Dec 2018

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cbenglish
United States

Christmas Present Counting   
 
Hey Everyone,
I ´ve been working on a number / counting activity for my youngest learners and thought I would share it here. I believe that Christmas is a season for helping others and not all about  gift giving, however I also know children love the idea of Santa Claus and presents under a tree. This activity has kids identifying, counting, reading, writing, and drawing numbers with a present theme. It has worked well in my class and I hope it can be useful for others. Enjoy!
 
 
 

10 Dec 2018

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Samiabibo
Tunisia

Thanks a lot! Soooo  kind and thoughtful§ Merry Christmas

11 Dec 2018

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

WOD   
 
Thank you, Cariboo, for choosing my daffynition! And here is your new word. Now remember dearies, we don ´t want the real definition, we want a funny one. Or witty, silly, meaningful etc... And here it is...
       
                                              CRYOLIPOLYSIS 

9 Dec 2018

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redcamarocruiser
United States

Cryolipolysis 
 
cry-, prefix meaning "cold"
 
oligo-: Shortened to oli by elision. Means just a few, scanty. From the Greek "oligos" that likewise means few, scanty. Appears in oligodactyly (few fingers), oligohydramnios (too little amniotic fluid)  
 
 poly-: prefix From the Greek "polys", many. The prefix "poly-" appears in many medical terms including polyarteritis, polycystic, polyp, etc. Poly is short for polymorphonuclear leukocyte (a type of white blood cell).
 
 -sis. suffix meaning an "action, process, condition, state, or result of": centesis, genesis, stasis. 
 
Cryolipolysis- 1. the state of having too many or too few colds. 2. the state of temperatures being too high or too low.

11 Dec 2018

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maryse peyé
France

caption competition winner   
 
What has this tortoise taught us?
 
That a bare behind is not always a bear behind.
 
Here is the winning caption. I guess you have found out who wrote it ? Our dear Les of course !
 
Thanks to all the others for their funny captions.
 
What a better way to share a relaxing moment ?
 
Now dear Les I know that you will find another great picture for us !
 
Hugs to all.
 
Maryse. 

9 Dec 2018

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Cariboo
France

Winner of Daffynition contest    
 
Dear competitors
 
First I thought it was hard to enter this game but there was something harder : to designate a winner.
 
That ´s so cruel :( because I had a great time reading your awesome daffynitions I loved them all. I hesitated ... Lynne really well
described my dilemma and for that reason I chosed her as the winner.
 
Congrats Lynne !
 
Sorry for Redcamarocruiser , Les Douglas and Valodra ( I burst into laughter reading your daffynition and loved it ).
 
And finally thanks to Monique for kicking me ...where you think... That contest sure brought some smiles on my face and I ´m
now happy to be part of the gang.
 
Thanks everyone for your contribution you rock !
 
Have a great day.

9 Dec 2018

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karagozian
France

Yeah ! This is a gang That rocks !!!!

9 Dec 2018

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onlyonlyone
Algeria

travelling by horse/on horse   
 
Please, I need to ask if it ´s correct to say ´travelling by horse ´ or the correct way is ´travelling on horse ´.
Thanks

7 Dec 2018

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redcamarocruiser
United States

If you say going by foot, I envision a vehicle that is shaped like a foot (and called foot) or riding around in a giant foot maybe in a cartoon.

11 Dec 2018

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fadifai
Algeria

Relative pronouns   
 
Hello everyone !
 
What does the word "that" in the sentence refer to, please?
 
Instagram is an online photo-sharing and social networking service that enables its users to take
pictures, apply digital filters to it.
 

6 Dec 2018

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fadifai
Algeria

Thank you for the enlightement and braod-mindedness dear respectful teachers.

8 Dec 2018

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