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Looking for pen-friends    
I am looking for pen-friends for my Students. They are 16-19. Please let me know if you want to exchange letters

20 Aug 2019

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can email me directly at [email protected] <3

22 Aug 2019

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Attributive Clause   
I am teaching online and the theme of attibutive clauses keeps coming up.  I�m not really sure what they are even though I�ve googled them.  There isn�t much out there.  Are they relative clauses?  Anyone know?
Many thanks,

18 Aug 2019

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United Kingdom

This might shed some light: https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/threads/4888-attributive-clause

21 Aug 2019

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which one is correct?   
Hello, everybody!
I taught my students about the past perfect tense several days ago. It went smooth until I had to decide the most correct sentence.
Could any of you help me to choose which one is the correct statement?
a.  I had just arrived at the party when it finished.
b.  I just arrived at the party when it had finished.
Thank you very much for all your help. 

17 Aug 2019

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Thank you so much for the answer. Have a nice day!

20 Aug 2019

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Common European Framework   
Hi guys. When I was teaching EAL in schools in England, I used the NASSEA steps for assessment. There were 9 steps and each one was clearly defined, in terms of what students could do. The CEF has 6 stages - A1 to C2, as you know. I think that is better and that is what I am using now. Is there a definitive detailed description of each stage? 
Thanks Lynne 

17 Aug 2019

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United Kingdom

Thank you, guys, that is really helpful. One of the reasons I asked was because different teachers seem to have different interpretations. Also, on islCollective, downloaders are asked to vote on the level of the downloads they make. If three people vote, you can guarantee they will all be different! 
Thanks again for your time and trouble.

21 Aug 2019

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Ask for help   
Hi everyone!Please help me to put the verb in the correct tense:

At the meeting, John ………………..…(not/speak) until someone…………………..(ask) him some questions.


14 Aug 2019

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United States

"John hadnt been speaking until someone asked him some questions" is also correct.

16 Aug 2019

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The influence of the Arabic language on Spanish and Portuguese- project   
I am looking for 2 secondary school teachers from Spain and portuagal to work on the influence of the Arabic language on Spanish and Portuguese.
please write to

13 Aug 2019

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Oh! Val, Im so glad to see you here!  

20 Aug 2019

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Video pals from Russia, India, China, Brazil.   
Hi everyone! I am a teacher at a kindergarten from Corrientes, Argentina. my kids are working with a project called "Nations Fair". They are going to learn about some countries such as Russia, India, China and Brazil. Therefore i would like to make them do a video call with people from those countries in order to make my students ask questions in english or spanish to those students about their culture. In this sense they will have genuine information about the culture of those countires. It does not matter if they are not kids. I just want my little students to have a real encounter with people from those countries. 
Thank you veryyy much! 
Hope to have an answer soon!
Here is my mail  [email protected]
Regardsssssss :) 

12 Aug 2019

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New Phrasal Verb Activity   
Hey everyone, please check out these new phrasal verb activities with tons of reviews. There are story choices, video synonyms, and many more. I hope it helps some people teach/learn phrasal verbs ;)

12 Aug 2019

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Hi all,
I have not finished browsing the site, but this link shows what I saw today. https://www.screencast.com/t/j4rxOgoTaIE The blank automatically filled itself with the correct answer.

21 Aug 2019

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your help is wanted )))   

Good afternoon dear colleagues. I hope you all are doing well and having a good time. However teachers are always working, even in summer. )

Will you help me please with prepositions? I am at a loss… I’d like to take my guitar *on board a submarine/ into a submarine*. Which one is correct and sounds better in English? Or, maybe, there are some other ways to express the same idea?

Thank you in advance )

8 Aug 2019

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It is amazing that the moderator says that it is better to use for with time. There is no doubt that at least three options are acceptable in this sentence. My problem is to explain it to my students and to teach how to use the prepositions and other things in the English language to pass their exams successfully :) Thank you for your comments Best wishes to all :)

15 Aug 2019

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Margaret Atwood excerpt   
Hello everyone, 
Cold you, please, help me determine if, in the text below, "unreliable" could be replaced by "unrelenting"?
"Monday, January 7, 2013.

Felix brushes his teeth. Then he brushes his other teeth, the false ones, and slides them into his mouth. Despite the layer of pink adhesive he�s applied, they don�t fit very well; perhaps his mouth is shrinking. He smiles: the illusion of a smile. Pretense, fakery, but who�s to know?

Once he would have called his dentist and made an appointment, and the luxurious faux-leather chair would have been his, the concerned face smelling of mint mouthwash, the skilled hands wielding gleaming instruments. Ah yes, I see the problem. No worries, we�ll get that fixed for you. Like taking his car in for a tuneup. He might even have been graced with music on the earphones and a semi-knockout pill.

But he can�t afford such professional adjustments now. His dental care is low-rent, so he�s at the mercy of his unreliable teeth. Too bad, because that�s all he needs for his upcoming finale: a denture meltdown. Our revelth now have ended. Theeth our actorth … Should that happen, his humiliation would be total; at the thought of it even his lungs blush. If the words are not perfect, the pitch exact, the modulation delicately adjusted, the spell fails. People start to shift in their seats, and cough, and go home at intermission. It�s like death."

Thank you 

6 Aug 2019

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United States

Yes, Douglas, and that might be leading to the confusion.

14 Aug 2019

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