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Nina Pizzo
Portugal

Help needed   
 
Hi there.
Does anyone happen to have the audio for CD2 in New Total English Elementary (Pearson)? I only need track 11 in mp3 format. Could someone send it by pm, I would really appreciate it.
Thank you very much. 
 

16 Jun 2019

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pilarmham
Spain

NEED YOUR HELP   
 
I�ve been trying to download this worksheet for weeks to no avail. The message is always the same: TRY AGAIN IN A FEW HOURS.
 
Do you have it? Could you send it to me?
 
I�d be so grateful.
 
Here�s the link:
 
 
Tx!! 

13 Jun 2019

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pilarmham
Spain

Thank you both, Aisha and Maryse!
 
Luckily, someone offered to send me the worksheet by mail.
 
What a strange glitch, though... 

14 Jun 2019

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Caption competition   
 
Here is your new picture! Wacky, witty, silly or thoughtful entries are very welcome! Also, ladies  and erm anybody else who might be interested, check out my shoes on the teachers� cafe! Incorrigible, aren�t I?  He he!
Lynne  

13 Jun 2019

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Sharwong
Canada

Hes not rocking the boat.

16 Jun 2019

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JECMPJ
Colombia

STUDIES PLAN OR PLAN DE ESTUDIOS   
 
Good afternoon dear collegues:
 
I would like to ask for your help, because I need to improve the study plans from preschool to fifth Grade.
 
Could somebody send me your planes de estudios for checking please?
 
Thank you very much 

12 Jun 2019

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JECMPJ
Colombia

Thank you very much redcamarocruiser, specifically I need the topics per period that the teachers learn in Preschool and Primary, that is what I need, if somebody could help me.
 
Thanks in advanced. 

14 Jun 2019

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karagozian
France

CAPTION COMPETITION June 3rd   
 
Hello to ALL of YOU my dear friends. Thank you for participating in this competition. Thanks for your funny captions. Of course I didn�t as well as Spinney who got 27 contributions, but I am not going to complain with my 18 inputs. However, the most difficult part remains (after inserting a pic on this bloody site) in choosing THE BEST among all those amazing proposals!!!  Always an impossible task !!! I have been thinking for a while but still remain in complete darkness……. and hesitate between Lynne�s   If the Eiffel Tower fell, it would be sad. If Big Ben lost its chimes, that would be bad. If the Leaning Tower stood upright, That would give us a bit of a fright. But if that fellow dropped his tray, That would be Disaster Day, Because ESLP is here to stay!  and  Jayho�s Leslie was feeling somewhat beslaved when he precariously sideslipped on a besliming roseslug whilst carrying the riesling to the saleslady in the Tesla selling clotheslines and presliced coleslaws  fantastic contributions. Well, as I have to decide and am rather romantic, I finally pass the torch to LYNNE.  May this funny and captivating competition go on forever !
 
Monique

12 Jun 2019

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

@Monique, lets have a joint blog. We can call it Dumb and Dumber. LOL
Lynne
Edit: Or the Dynamic Duo. LOL

14 Jun 2019

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mimib21
Madagascar

English subject about brevet 2019   
 
Hi everyone,
 
I would like to ask you about the English subjects of the brevet in Pondichery and Washington 2019.
Are there people here who have got these subject, please? We really need them for our revision.
Our examination is for next week. I have already done some research from some websites but they didn�t send about English.
 
Thank you very much in advance for your answer. 
 

11 Jun 2019

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mimib21
Madagascar

Thank you very much. I am so grateful.

14 Jun 2019

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araveg
Spain

HELP   
 
Hi everybody
 
Just two questions
 
1- In this sentence "In ten years� time you WILL HAVE LEFT university and perhaps you WILL BE LIVING in another country", could we say "perhaps YOU WILL LIVE, instead you WILL BE LIVING?
 
2- Change from active to passive voice "You cannot expect children to understand these problems"  It would be like this
 
CHILDREN CAN NOT BE EXPECTED TO UNDERSTAND THESE PROBLEMS.
 
 
But is there another way to change it to passive voice
 
Thanks in advance. 
 
 

11 Jun 2019

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redcamarocruiser
United States

These problems cannot be expected to be understood by children. We can say this, but is it the passive form of the given sentence? Yes? Jack built the house. The house was built by Jack.

11 Jun 2019

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sadbird
Belarus

Prepositions    
 
Dear colleagues, I need your help. I�ve come across such an amazing sentence and got confused by the usage of prepositions. The amount of water absorbed by cotton wool is greater than that OF paper. Is it possible to use by? If not, why? Thank you a lot.

9 Jun 2019

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aperkins4
United States

In this sentence, `that` is replacing "The amount of water absorbed by". Saying `that` of water is a shortcut--a quicker way to express the same idea. As Spinney said, you can use the full phrase again if you want to use `by`. "The amount of water absorbed by cotton wool is greater than the amount absorbed by paper," is an equally good sentence.

You should not say "...than that by paper", but you can say "...than that absorbed by paper." If you do this, the word `that` is replacing "the amount". Replacing phrases is one of the uses of the pronoun `that`.


11 Jun 2019

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aura+
Portugal

The person I admire most/ the most?   
 
 
Are both correct?
 
 
 
Thanks,
 
Aura 
 

8 Jun 2019


redcamarocruiser
United States

Both sound correct to me. You could even say the person I most admire.

8 Jun 2019

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redcamarocruiser
United States

Winner of the WORD Daffynition contest! 5/29/2019   
 
There were many wonderful entries, so it was very hard to choose among them.  I chose the word ultracrepidarian because it was both a new word to me and did not appear to have commonly known cognates in several languages.
 
Ultracrepidarian means 

"someone who has no special knowledge of a subject but who expresses an opinion about it:

 
  
I loved martinasvabova�s daffynition, 
"This must be VERY SLOWLY CREEPING PEDESTRIAN."
 
So, congratulations Martina! You are our new winner!  
 
Over to you!!! Wink
 
 
 
 

7 Jun 2019

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

Nothing to do with daisies, darlings! Its an adjective for a shy, self-effacing person, who really has plenty to say that is worthy, so the opposite of ultracrepidarian, by the way!
lack a dais -ical. A dais is  a lectern or podium, even a throne. Our lackadaisical academic has no need of one; their words speak for themselves. 

10 Jun 2019

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