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My name is Delphine and I ´m an ESL teacher from France. The pupils I am teaching are between 11 and 13 and they would love to have penpals. There are 27 of them and they are very enthusiastic about it.
If you ´re ready to share this great experience with us, send me a private message or send an answer to this post!
Hello to all of you
and thank you to Aisha for choosing my definition. This came totally unexpected
to me as a non-native. I must say that Aisha is quite new to this site but has
already made history on this site. Both through her work and her many
contributions on this forum.
So, so, so ….. I
choose a word that is supposedly unknown except to the natives and the
blatherskites (Oh ! I love this word and will not forget it).
Well I opted for
another strange or hilarious word. So here goes FLIBBERTIGIBBET for the DAFFYNITION contest. Hope your inputs and imagination will be
numerous, generous and funny. Long life to this site !
I have had many incomes and all of them were really imaginative and I laughed a lot with all of them, some where a little bit weird too LOL but I laughed more for that reason. I have to say to you all thanks for posting those entries and THE SHOW MUST GO ON!
tHE WINNER IS: KARAGOZIAN!!!!!!!
yes my dear friend, you made me laugh like ever! You are really imaginative and funny...
The actual meaning of the word BLATHERSKITE is:
"A person who talks at great length without making much sense"
Ok here i leave you cause I am in a rush and have a nice week all of you!!! Cheers!
HOPE YOU ARE ARE ALL WELL....IT ´S GOOD TO SEE FAMILIAR PEOPLE STILL IN THIS GROUP AFTER SO MANY YEARS... AND GLAD THIS GROUP IS STILL AROUND...
ANYWAY... I AM LOOKING FOR PENFRIENDS FOR MY STUDENTS... NOT EMAILS AND STUFF... ALL VIA POST...
WE ARE FROM ATHENS GREECE AND MY STUDENTS WOULD LIKE TO CORRESPOND WITH OTHER STUDENTS
HOWEVER, THEY HAVE CHOSEN COUNTRIES THEY WOULD LIKE TO CORRESPOND... SO HERE IS A LIST OF THE COUNTRIES AND THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS... IF YOU ARE INTERESTED AND YOU HAVE STUDENTS WHO WOULD LIKE A PENFRIEND LET ME KNOW VIA MESSAGE.
WE WOULD LIKE:
FRANCE -12- 13-YEAR-OLDS - 3 BOYS, 4 GIRLS
FRANCE - 11 YEAR OLD - 1 GIRL
SPAIN - 12/13-YEAR-OLDS - 1 BOY, 2 GIRLS
AMERICA - 12/13 YEAR OLD - 2 GIRLS, 1 BOY
COLOMBIA - 12/13 YEAR OLD - 1 BOY
LONDON - 12/13 YEAR OLD - 1 GIRL
GERMANY - 12/13 YEAR OLD - 1 BOY
RUSSIA - 11 YEAR OLD - 1 BOY
NORWAY - 12/13 YEAR OLD - 1 BOY
SWEDEN - 12/13 YEAR OLD - 1 BOY
MEXICO - 10 YEAR OLD - 1 GIRL
I LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU... THANKS, AND I HOPE I AM NOT ASKING FOR TO MUCH...
hi, i think they should not choose the country to make new friends around the world and exchange letters, because it is very difficult to find specific students and quantity in these countries your students like..
if you let this open you will have more chances to find partners..just my 5 cents.
anyway maybe you can find penfriends here in this group on facebook, but not in these specific countries ur students want.. I am afraid...but u can give it a try...
Well thanks then Kohai I understand, I wasnÂ´t told so, but I understand I wasnÂ´t even sure about posting it, but I never imagined talking about an experience was so ofensive, however it was personal, that is sure. Kohai thanks once more for answering, you are really willing to help always and sorry about my stupidity! ;) Have a great day!
While it ´s not obvious to say wha level your students are, perhaps you can take advantage of the Cambridge Young Learners Exams resources which are at three levels: Starters (pre A1), Movers (A1) and Flyers (A2). The sample papers are here:
Apart from that, there are also other books you could take advantage of once you decide which level is the one you need. There are two Cambridge University Press series: Fun for Starters (Fun for Movers, Fun for Flyers) which practices all skills - reading included for the exam. Storyfun for Starters (and for the other two levels) is more targetted at reading and speaking in my view. Anyway both have scrips you desire.
Hi Everyone! I´ve created a Reading and Listening exercise about Black Friday. Before or after you read the text, try to do the test with your students. I´m sure they will enjoy it! The ws contains a Grammar exercise as well.
Here is the link of the Listening: http://www.headsupen glish.com/lower-inte rmediate/listening/b lackfriday.mp3
Level: intermediate Age: 14-100 Downloads: 39
Test "Environmental problems"with grammat (conditionals and articles)
Level: intermediate Age: 13-17 Downloads: 10