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Christmas Present Counting   
Hey Everyone,
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!

10 Dec 2018

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Love this activity!

10 Dec 2018

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United Kingdom

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...

9 Dec 2018

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Cryolipolysis Cryo- a crybaby Lipolysis - a swollen mouth, a “fat lip” Cryolipolysis means the result of a threat carried out by a bully to give his victim a fat lip for being a crybaby and or tattletale: a sore, swollen, puffy mouth.

10 Dec 2018

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maryse peyé

caption competition winner   
What has this tortoise taught us?
That a bare behind is not always a bear behind.
Here is the winning caption. I guess you have found out who wrote it ? Our dear Les of course !
Thanks to all the others for their funny captions.
What a better way to share a relaxing moment ?
Now dear Les I know that you will find another great picture for us !
Hugs to all.

9 Dec 2018


Great Post :)

9 Dec 2018

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Winner of Daffynition contest    
Dear competitors
First I thought it was hard to enter this game but there was something harder : to designate a winner.
That ´s so cruel :( because I had a great time reading your awesome daffynitions I loved them all. I hesitated ... Lynne really well
described my dilemma and for that reason I chosed her as the winner.
Congrats Lynne !
Sorry for Redcamarocruiser , Les Douglas and Valodra ( I burst into laughter reading your daffynition and loved it ).
And finally thanks to Monique for kicking me ...where you think... That contest sure brought some smiles on my face and I ´m
now happy to be part of the gang.
Thanks everyone for your contribution you rock !
Have a great day.

9 Dec 2018

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Yeah ! This is a gang That rocks !!!!

9 Dec 2018

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travelling by horse/on horse   
Please, I need to ask if it ´s correct to say ´travelling by horse ´ or the correct way is ´travelling on horse ´.

7 Dec 2018

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United Kingdom

That text book is right! On foot. 

10 Dec 2018

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Relative pronouns   
Hello everyone !
What does the word "that" in the sentence refer to, please?
Instagram is an online photo-sharing and social networking service that enables its users to take
pictures, apply digital filters to it.

6 Dec 2018

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Thank you for the enlightement and braod-mindedness dear respectful teachers.

8 Dec 2018

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Reflexive pronouns again))))   
Hello every one!
I need your help again with reflexive pronouns. 
I am in confusion. In most English resourses such verbs as FEEL relax wash etc. we do NOT use reflexive pronouns.
But in one English book I have found the information that we use reflexive pronouns after the verbs be look seem FEEL.
May be somebody knows when FEEL  is possible? 

6 Dec 2018

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Based on your examples, I think we could say that the rule is when a second verb is involved.
Subject + feel + adjective --> He felt sleepy.
Subject + feel + reflexive pronoun + verbING ... --> He felt himself getting sleepy. (Or: He felt that he was getting sleepy.)

8 Dec 2018

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Help me with thus sentence: She has never come there before. I wish she had come/ came/ could come there. Thanks

3 Dec 2018

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I wish she had come [here]…(but she didn´t). Or I wish she could come [here]…(but she can´t). Usually we say "gone there" or "come here" instead of "come there". I wish she had gone there. I wish she could have gone there.

3 Dec 2018

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Appropriate activities of an English club for begginers   
Hello dear colleagues! Can you help with very short poems short monologues and short and easy paragraphs for public speaking activity rehearsals. Thanks in advance.

2 Dec 2018

United States

What age are the learners? Here is a worksheet for elementary level 

This site has short news stories in 3 levels of difficulty.
 Perhaps they might provide interesting current topics.

This poem was recommended by the Teaching English site.
"To introduce the topic of old people and talking about grandparents in a class I’ve used Jenny Joseph’s poem called Warning. The language is simple and the ideas are clear and can easily be supported with visual aids for very low levels."

https://www.rong-chang.com/reading.htm has links to short stories and short essays.

2 Dec 2018

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King James I   
Hello everyone, I’m not sure about this : when talking about King James I, do we say James One or James the first ? Thank you ! Pidounette

1 Dec 2018

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Although we in Scotland refer to him as James the sixth (or, in vernacular Scots – Jamie the Saxt) 

2 Dec 2018

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