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Alinkusenok
Russian Federation

Bingo   
 
 
  
Hello! What is bingo for? what can teachers and students do with them? Could you help me, please, to read what is written in the picture, which is given as an example here? The picture is attached. I mean the letters under "The fruits bingo". Thanks. 

16 Feb 2019

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spied-d-aignel
France

Hi
You generally  play  Bingo   with young learners, Bongoes can be on any sots of subjects. it is based on the English game bingo with numbers, each person has a card wirh certain numbers, the game master takes out number after number and each time you get one on your card you hide it with some magnet or others and the first person to get his card complete shouts Bingo and wins. So you can see it can be done with any vocabylary theme as a fun way to learn vocabulary, here with fruit bingo , you give each kid  a card with six fruit and normally you have  all the  fruit  individually on small cards   and you take one after another  until one of your pupils has all the fruit you took out and has his grid complete and shouts Bingo! You can give the role of game master  to the winner of each game after
Hope my explanation is clear!!!!!
Cheers Sylvie

16 Feb 2019

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Aisha77
Spain

I am confused!   
 
I have seen these two sentences and I realized one has the infinitive with "to" and the other hasnīt.
Are both correct? And if so, what is the difference?? 
 
Nothing has been done (except/other than) to lay the foundation.
It wonīt do anything (except/other than) eat.
 
Thanks in advance to whoever can help me!
Aisha ;) 

16 Feb 2019

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starrr
Brazil

PENPALS - BRAZIL X WORLD   
 
#PENPALS #BRAZIL #LETTERS #INVITATION

 

We are looking for teachers located outside BRAZIL interested to participate in a new penpals project for 2019
 
We need students from 15 to 19 years old, beginners, or intermediate level who would like to make new friends around the world writing letters, exchanging videos, audios, web conferences, pictures, experiences, postcards, souvenirs and much more during this schoolar year of 2019.
 
PERIOD->>> FROM 1ST APRIL TO 1ST NOVEMBER/2019 
 
For those English teachers who are interested to participate of it and improve the writing, reading, pronunciation, speaking and interaction of their students with Brazilian students please say "yes" here or enter in contact via inbox and I will send u the guidelines and instructions for you and your school participate of it.
 
Best regards, Brazil
 
 

15 Feb 2019

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

It ´s the weekend!   
 
  
Take a few minutes and try this quiz! I was expecting (hoping) to be a lioness, but oh dear, I am a Great White Shark! My husband said he always knew. 
 
And cheer yourself up watching this headmasterīs moves. 
 
Have a great weekend!
Lynne 

15 Feb 2019

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jfaraujo
Portugal

Hi Lynne! The quiz was really fun! And Iīm a Black Mamba - after reading the description I found it very adequate.
Have a lovely weekend! 

16 Feb 2019

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spinney
United Kingdom

Intonation problems for Spanish speakers in English   
 
So, I was wondering if anybody could think of some typical intonation problems for Spanish speakers.
I have a stinking cold and really canīt think of much at the moment except for the following:
 
Afternoon
Canada
 
I know there are a lot more but I would like to develop something for a class I have on Wednesday and canīt find much on google. Preferably I want to do something with some kind of game or maybe even a correction exercise with listening comprehension.
If anybody can add to this list you will have my undying gratitude.
Cheers
Dale 

15 Feb 2019


Aisha77
Spain

Hi dear Dale ( I know at the end your name!!!):
When I was learning I had many issues with the letter "j", we pronounce it hard as the arabic, so all the words with that sound probably are a hurdle in the way.
JUST; JEALOUSY; JOINT...
 
Another problem that spaniards may have is the "h" sound and of course the words starting with "s" as we all pronounce "es" when naming those words.
HAM; HOLLY; HIT; STABLE; STORM; STATE...
 
"v" could be a problem too, as we pronounce "v" and "b" the same way:
VIOLET; VIOLENCE; VOLCANO; VELVET 
 
I hope I helped you a bit.
Have a great weekend
Aisha ;) 

edit: There are some words that are important as when spanish pronounce them wrongly, the meaning obviously change: "SHIP" VS. "SHEEP"; "BICH" VS. "BEACH"...

15 Feb 2019

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ldthemagicman
United Kingdom

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Ruta ´KOHAI ´.   
 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Ruta.
 
From all your Friends on ESLP.
 
Have a Lovely Day.
 
Les Douglas.

15 Feb 2019

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kohai
Latvia

Dear friends,
 
You made my day! Thank you so much for your lovely wishes! I havenīt been very active on ESLP lately, so Iīm quite surprised to see that my old (and new!) friends still remember me.;) Itīs soooo nice!
  
Ruta, a.k.a, kohai 
 
P.S. My Special Thank You to Dear Les who, in my opinion, is a blessing to everyone who knows him.

15 Feb 2019

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EwelinaEwelina
Japan

What īs next after Let īs go 6 ?   
 
Hello there :-)
 
Can you recommend a good and interesting English textbook for a thirteen-year-old boy?  
He īs going to finish his textbook īLetīs go 6ī soon.
Any suggestions are welcome. 
 
Thank you :-) 

14 Feb 2019


cokelight7226
Taiwan

I would recommend "Look Up" series. I think the content is suitable for older kids. You can check it out.

14 Feb 2019

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veronichenka
Latvia

Board game   
 
Hello Dear Teachers!
 HAPPY VALENTINEīS DAY TO ALL
I need you help
In one book (ESL BOOK) was such board game - Big Monster Game or smth like that. It was about body parts and colours. maybe someone can tell me where I can find that game..
 
Thanks in advance  

14 Feb 2019

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nemomen
Romania

Best English book for 6 year olds   
 
Hello amazing teachers,
 I am searching for the best English book for 6 year olds. Can you offer me some suggestions? Iīd really appreciate it. 
Thank you!
 
Anca Ersilia 

13 Feb 2019

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cokelight7226
Taiwan

"An Elephant and Piggie Book" series by Mo Willems is interesting and easy.

14 Feb 2019

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Jayho
Australia

Listening - talkback radio   
 
Hi everyone
 
Does anyone know of some online listening texts/tasks or websites using talk back radio?
 
Itīs for intermediate adults.
 
Cheers
 
Jayho 

13 Feb 2019

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douglas
United States

Wow! What a great resource!
 
Thanks, Iīll definitely use this in my lessons.
 
Have a great weekend!
 
Douglas

15 Feb 2019

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