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rossman2
Peru

English exams   
 
Hello everyon:
Would you mind sending me some links so students can practice some exams for intermidiate level
Do take care

13 May 2021

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Artenglishroom
Spain

ZERO CONDITIONAL    
 
IF YOU WANT TO LEARN ABOUT ZERO CONDITIONAL USE THIS VIDEO! You can ask me as many questions as you need. https://youtu.be/cGYw33Aq8Jo

13 May 2021

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yuyujo
Colombia

Common Irregular Verbs (A1 level)   
 
Hellooo
A new video to facilitate the process of memorizing the verbs. You are invited to SUBSCRIBE AND HIT THE LITTLE BELL. Thank you.
 

12 May 2021

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zvonka.rink
Slovenia

Just testing   
 
Hello there,
 
i�m just testing if I can type a text since I have had problems. 

12 May 2021

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Фёдор
Russian Federation

Tips on reading a book or books.   
 
Please advise which book to read now. I don�t know for sure. I will wait for your advices.

10 May 2021

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savilla
Australia

 
Yes; what ascincoquinas said. What sort of books do you enjoy?!
 
I am reading "The Diary of a U-boat Commander" and "Victor: The Life and Music of Victor Jara" at the moment and I recently read a book by Paulo Coelho.

12 May 2021

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normandey
Egypt

Answer this question   
 
Do you know where ............................... the previous day?
 
 
a) Dina went
b) did Dina go
c) Dina had gone 
d) had Dina gone

10 May 2021

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normandey
Egypt

Thanks for all your posts. Really , I appreciate them all. Great thanks to yanogator .

11 May 2021

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blunderbuster
Germany

Songs, raps and other authentic materials for beginners   
 
Dear all, 
 
Quite some time ago I shared materials here on this platform that I specifically made to share, I did notuse them myself because I was not teaching the target group. I enjoyed making them, tough, and I was glad to see they were of help to others. 
 
Today I am here to ask for your advice and help: What are authentic materials that you use in your elementary classroom with beginners in grade 3 or 4? 
 
I have seen some suggestions but I kind of do not like them, one example would be the bear hunt. First of all, I do not really want to sing about hunting an animal for no reason. Secondly, all those sounds in the song without no real meaning...in my opinion that is not useful for learning English. 
 
What are songs, raps, or other materials you have been using with children that you feel have really helped, were fun for both sides and were authentic. 
 
Please give any input you may have. 
 
Thank you so much and have a nice day!
Regina  
 
 

10 May 2021

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kwsp
United States

Hi Blunderbuster,
I really like your name! Thats a good one! ;o) Have you ever heard of the book "Fox in Socks" by Dr. Seuss? Its made for children, but even my adult classes have enjoyed it. Its like one long tongue twister which gets more and more difficult as the story progresses. It can get quite intimidating by the end for some of the adults! The youngsters tend to take it in stride, though. I remember reading the book when I was in elementary school and both of my daughters read it in their elementary schools reading program years ago.
If you would like to have a copy in handout form, send me your email address in a pm and I will send it to you.
Sincerely,
kwsp

11 May 2021

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guorkhan
Turkey

Clothes Games / 2 Kids can play it on a tablet   
 


9 May 2021

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glutenfree
Poland

Great game! Thanks a lot for sharing!

10 May 2021

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spinney
United Kingdom

Caption Competition May 9th   
 
Thank you, Mary, for picking my humble effort.
Below is this week´s photo for everybody to think up an appropriate caption.
Bring it on, people!  I will choose a winner next weekend.
 

9 May 2021

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Jayho
Australia

Hey, isnt that illegull?

13 May 2021

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Holzauge
Germany

Word reference   
 
 Hi Dear ones, 

What does "this" in the following paragraph refer to?

        Technology is shaping tomorrow’s society by conquering today’s teenagers. Nowadays, teens seem incapable of having a quality face-to-face conversation that lasts more than 2 minutes. Experts attribute this to the lack of meaningful interaction and social habits, which are a direct consequence of modern technology. Basically, people have the need to be connected to each other 24 hours a day, 7 days a week but never in person.
       Loads of thanks in advance. 

9 May 2021

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Holzauge
Germany

Thanks for your assistance. Have a nice day.
 

9 May 2021

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The BEK (Black-Eyed Kids) reading & comprehension with exercises. KEY included.
If I wrote about my experiences nobody would believe them, but I decided to make a ws about one of the scariest things ever, and hopefully, Ill never have this type of encounter 😨 Enjoy it! ;) Have a wonderful weekend you all! 💝
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 11

 
 
 
 
Fox Hunting Debate
I found an article from Devon Live with arguments by a hunter and by an ex hunt saboteur about the issue of fox hunting. This could be used in a classroom debate.
Level: intermediate
Age: 16-100
Downloads: 1

 
 
 
 
MAKING A SUNDIAL

Level: elementary
Age: 8-9
Downloads: 2

 
 
 
 
Blind Date Video - Listening Task
A listening exercise that uses a clip from a blind date episode starring Mr Bean!
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Downloads: 5

 
 
 
 
Write Your Story Listening
A listening comprehension activity on a Ted Talk. Interesting and fun. Gapfill; T/F; open questions. The video link is provided. Key too. The video has subs in Italian but you can use it as a "just listening" activity.
Level: intermediate
Age: 15-100
Downloads: 4

 
 
 
 
Nanny McPhee

Level: intermediate
Age: 9-14
Downloads: 0

 
 
 
 
Time and daily routine

Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 3

 
 
 
 
The Smith: present simple OR present continuous

Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
Downloads: 9

 
 
 
 
Elephants Body Parts
A simple exercise to help elementary students increase their vocabulary about elephants. Students will write down the correct body part in the spaces provided.
Level: elementary
Age: 3-10
Downloads: 2

 
 
 
 
lesson plan vocabulary and functions
vocabulary related to entertainment functions : suggestions
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 3