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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,
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!
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...
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.
Would rather + infinitive or would rather + past simple? My students are a bit confused so that´s why I made this worksheet. I hope yours find it useful too. With key. B2 Upper intermediate level.
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