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I am in a need to find out the international combridge starters, flyers and movers tests. I need their specifications and an applied samples on each category. Please dearest brothers and sisters try to provide me with them or even suggest websites where I can find out about them as soon as possible . Thanks in advance
Yurchenko is an Olde Saxon word, which is still very much in use. It is a proper noun - the ability to match people with their ideal holiday destination. So when you are undecided - Paris, Rome, the Serengeti, hotel, campsite etc... you seek out a friend with plenty of yurchenko and they will sort you out with excellent advice.
I just want to ask for suggestions on how to teach reading remotely. Does anyone have a reading program that caters to students with difficulty reading? Does anyone have an idea on how to teach reading without face-to-face interaction?
I have been teaching English for about 14 years now, and I have made... and made... and made... so many (thousands of) activities that storage and retrieval is now my main issue. Having split my materials into the following three main folders (hundreds and hundreds of sub folders) I now spend far too much time wondering what I have, despite the fact that I made 99% of my materials from scratch. So, how best should I organize (re-organize) my digital materials? I am sure that this is a stupid question and that someone, perhaps many folks, has already suggested great solutions.
Example. Let’s say I want to find, catalogue and organize my “numbers” activities. I have to search though the three main folders and their subfolders: Junior high sets / Elementary sets / images and flashcards.
If you, too, have encountered and solved this issue, please offer a brief suggestion, including software options, not just “re-make all your folders according to theme and then level folders inside those.” Perhaps that’s the only option?
Yes, I can just do a file-browser search on the entire USB, but that is often less effective than I would like (because I may not have named every single file with the most ideal name, etc).
Thank you very much indeed for the honor Douglas! I am certain you will have perfected the wand movement required to use the spell, perfectly by now and I am also certain that someone in the wizarding world would have noticed that so donï¿½t be surprised if someone in a pointy hat is on the other side ensuing that knock on your door. Hereï¿½s the new word for your wacky yet lettered daffynations. Have fun with it!
WELL, SALDUGATE IS A WORD MADE UP OUT OF THE LETTERS OF THE NAME "DOUGLAS" WHO SO KINDLY CHOSE MY DAFFYNATION:
IT ACTUALLY DOES INDEED REFER TO THE STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN WHICH ITSELF IS BEAUTIFULLY CARVED IN A VERY PRECIOUS RED STONE THAT IS SOLELY FOUND DEEP INSIDE CERTAIN SNOW COVERED MOUNTAINS. TO ACCESS IT, ONE MUST EARN CREDITS IN LIFE WITH THE SALT AND SWEAT OF HARDWORK, MAINTAINING AN UNCURRUPTED MIND, BODY AND SOUL THROUGH FOLOWING THE PRINCIPLE OF SIMPLE LIVING AND HIGH THINKING.
SO YOU SEE? YOU ALL HAD THE CORRECT MEANING, ALBEIT IN PARTS. :) :) :) :)
We are organizing an english day project at my school, and it includes a spelling bee competition. Since we are still doing all the teaching online, I would really love to get your help in regards of resources for children to practice. They are primary students and i find somewhat difficult to find online resources that can help them practice the alphabet and the costumized spelling list.
If you have any ideas or websites that you think could help, it would be extremely appreciated. Thanks a lot in advanced.
I agree with FrauSue and Miss_Alelï. We don´t say passport to or for + a country name. We call the passport an American passport, and the sentences that Frau Sue gives are the only correct ways to use the word passport.
Hello to you all, thanks Douglas for choosing my caption I am now trying to send a new picture . I am looking forward to reading your great captions I am terribly sorry , I had difficulty sending the picture and if someone can reduce it !!!!!!!!!!!! iTried but I canÂ´t not a geek definitely!
Hi Many thanks to all the people who took care in this compétition , l had lots of fun with all your entries but l particularly like Lynne s entry about having a sausage dog for dinner. So it is over to you LYNNE!!!!!!!
Thanks again , take care , enjoy the fantastic Summer weather and stay safe