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Travelling High and Low
Japan

Grammar question   
 
Hello, I hope you can help with a grammar question.
 
There was/were an old man and a little girl waving to him. 
 
I was taught to use was if the following noun is singular, an old man (singular) and a little girl (singular).
 
However, my American English textbook says I should use were, as it refers to two people in total.
 
Which do you think is correct?
 
Thank you

12 Nov 2019

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lekkasc
United Kingdom

you are quite right

15 Nov 2019

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badr.a7
Morocco

Application   
 
Hello, i want to share this app with you guys https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.badr_el219.maroc

11 Nov 2019

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leichau
Germany

Searching for email/letter - partner class   
 
Hi guys!
 
I�m getting organized for the second term of this school year which only starts in February. 
 
I�m an English teacher in Germany and am searching for a class (or two) of 30 students who my class could start an email project with. 
 
My students (all female) are between 13 and 15 years old and our main topic this year are the United States of America. 
I just want my students to get into REAL contact with a different culture and I�d like them to pracitce WRITING - and maybe that�s more motivating for them. 
 
I hope to hear from some of you! 
 
Thank you!
 
Julia

11 Nov 2019


Llunis
Spain

Hi! Id recommend you to register in etwinning live. Its a European platform for exchanging email, videos, etc with another school around Europe.

12 Nov 2019

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anuska8
Spain

Use of YET   
 
Hi mates!
 
I have problems to understand the several meanings of YET.
 
I give you some examples:
 
1) "Yet it has been found in some companies that by far the healthiest people are..."
 
2) "What is surprising is that we are yet to develop successful ways of dealing with..."
 
Thanks in advance! 
 
 

10 Nov 2019

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ldthemagicman
United Kingdom

Hello, Anushka:
 
My Chambers Thesaurus may help you, by showing you some synonyms, (words which have a similar meaning.)
 
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YET (adverb)
1) UP TILL NOW ... until now, up to ths time, up till then, by now, by then, now, already, as yet, so far, still.
 
OLD-FASHIONED STYLE = hitherto, heretofore.
FORMAL STYLE = thus far,
 
2) IN ADDITION ... still, even, too, also, further, furthermore, besides, moreover.
 
COLLOQUIAL = into the bargain.
 
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YET (conjunction)
 1) BUT ... however, nevertheless, nonetheless, anyway, even so, all the same, just the same, for all that.
FORMAL STYLE = notwithstanding.
 
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First, you must decide what Part Of Speech the word YET is. Then choose the correct Category.
 
 
So, your first sentence could be re-written: (conjunction)
"BUT, it has been found in some companies that by far the healthiest  people are ..."
 
And your second sentence: (adverb)
"What is surprising is that, UP TO THIS TIME, we are STILL to develop successful ways of dealing with ..."
 
I hope that this helps you.
 
Les Douglas

10 Nov 2019

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tommy1996
Vietnam

tense   
 
Help me with the tense in this sentence, p;ease
The last train to London  leaves/ left  the station at 10.30 pm.
Thanks  

9 Nov 2019


ninon100
Russian Federation

Variant 1 is correct if you mean a regular or a future action on a timetable. Variant 2 is correct if you mean the past. Like, for instance, it happened yesterday. Id hazard a guess they are testing your knowledge of future forms. So let it be leaves. However, the task is incorrectly structured.

10 Nov 2019

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tommy1996
Vietnam

place in passive   
 
please tell me what is right 

We have to improve all the schools in the city.

=> All the schools in the city have to be improved.

Or All the schools have to be improved in the city.

Thanks in advance 

9 Nov 2019

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lekkasc
United Kingdom

both are fine although the first one stresses more the city schools need improving whereas the second stresses that all schools have to be improved and they happen to be in the city

15 Nov 2019

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ldthemagicman
United Kingdom

CAPTION COMPETITION, 09/11/2019   
 

CAPTION COMPETITION

Hello Sylvie,

Thank you for choosing me as the Winner of the Caption Competition. ... I am VERY grateful for the honour. 

Here is my Caption Competition Picture for today, Saturday, the 9th of November, 2019.

Try to give the picture a suitable Caption ... serious, scientific, or stupid, ... so long as it is relevant. Let us all see your best efforts, Members!

This is your chance to put YOU; YOUR Name; YOUR School; YOUR Town; or YOUR Country on the map.

Go for it!

Les Douglas

 
 
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maryse pey
France

The big dog : Are you sure you want me to aspire you ???
 
The small dog : In fact it is very dark and I havent my torch !!!

9 Nov 2019


9 Nov 2019

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cunliffe
United Kingdom

The big dog: Theres a small issue Id like you to look into for me. 

15 Nov 2019

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ldthemagicman
United Kingdom

Word Of The Day, 09/11/2019.   
 
Dear Aisha,
Thank you for choosing me as Winner of the WOD Competion.
 
The WOD Competition word for today, is:
 
PROCRASTINATE
So, Members, submit your Daffy Dafinition of this word ... no matter how stupid, or off-beat it is. The funnier, the better!
But, DO NOT send in the correct Dictionary Description.
 
 
Give us your guesses, your "Noes; Praps; or Yeses";
Try nuclear fission, or Rembrandt, or Titian;
Or rhyme it, with stresses, like Toms, Mikes, and Jesses;
But, perdition, perdition! NOT the RIGHT DEFINITION.
 
Les Douglas

9 Nov 2019

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redcamarocruiser
United States

Procrastinate is the motto of the Procrastinates, a group that is pro freedom of speech--even crass speech. -Tin ate commemorates the date 10/8 on which they attained victory when the appellate court ruled in their favor, upholding their right to use crass speech as an expression of their freedom of speech guaranteed by the constitution.

15 Nov 2019

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Sarah1988it
Palestine

ESLlibrary.com Premium Account   
 
Hi,
 
I am looking for other ESL teachers to split costs.
 
The annual premium subscription to the website is 180 to be paid in advance (12 months, namely 15/mo.).
 
Is anyone interested in a shared account?
 
Thanks,
 
 Sarah
 
 

9 Nov 2019

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spied-d-aignel
France

Caption competition winner   
 
Hello , to you all , there werent many entries for the last  caption conmpetitionh(https://www.eslprintables.com/forum/topic.asp?id=55927) , probabaly due to autumn holidays and somes difficulties to access the site normally thes last days, anyway, I enjoyed them all but Les s night-mare really got it so it is over to you Les to choose THE picture; have  a nice weekend! Cheers Sylvie

9 Nov 2019

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maryse pey
France

The big dog : Are you sure you want me to aspire you ???
 
The small dog : In fact it is very dark and I havent my torch !!!

9 Nov 2019

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